Where's your polling place?


The link above will take you to the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder website, where you'll be able to enter your number and street name to learn your polling place for the March 6 Rosemead city council election. 

Confirming your polling place is a good idea, because there are only going to be six polling places open on election day.  That compares to 11 that were open for the September recall election and 21 for the November general election.  That means most of you will be voting someplace different on March 6 than you did in the last election.  And, to make things even more confusing, some of you may also receive a sample ballot for the Pasadena Area Community College District Board of Trustees.  And you might discover that, even though that election will be on the same day as the Rosemead city council election, the polling place is different!  So be sure to double check your polling place, or vote absentee.

Note:  If you requested an absentee ballot but did not get it early enough to mail in, or if you made a mistake or otherwise changed your mind, you can go to your assigned voting place to cast a ballot.  They may require you to vote a "provisional ballot."  When the ballots are tabulated, and after they have determined that you did not already cast your absentee ballot, your provisional ballot will be counted.