Introducing a new system to vote in Los Angeles County
1,000 vote centers. 11 days. Vote anywhere.
Los Angeles County is implementing a new and more accessible way for people to vote this year. Rather than voting in your local polling place on election day, you may now vote anywhere in the county, and polls will be open over multiple days, including weekends. This page provides information to help you better understand how voting will work in the upcoming Primary Election.
Ballot Marking Device Features
- 13 languages accessibility
- Multi-angle touch screen display
- Adjustable text size and contrast settings
- Audio headset and control pad
Security & Transparency Features:
- A paper ballot is required to use the Ballot Marking Device
- There is no network or internet connection to the device
- The device does not count ballots
- The printed ballot will have a human-readable summary of selection
Modernizing the Voting Experience
Graphic provided by Los Angeles County.