Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (RR/CC) Dean C. Logan announced vote-by- mail ballots are being mailed to all registered voters for the June 7 Primary Election.

Voters can track their ballot every step of the way with Where’s My Ballot? – a free subscription that sends automatic notifications by text, email, or voicemail on the status of the ballot.

There are multiple easy return options available: Return by mail, no postage required; use one of 400 Ballot Drop Box locations across Los Angeles County which opened May 10; or drop off at any Vote Center beginning May 28.

This election has a long ballot with many contests and candidates. Voters should review the instructions carefully and remember to sign and date the return envelope before submitting their ballot.

This ballot contains two concurrent elections for the U.S. Senate seat. One for the remainder of Kamala Harris’ term that runs through Jan. 3, 2023, and the second for the full six-year term from Jan. 3, 2023 to 2029. Voters can vote for both contests.

Voters can also view online candidate statements from candidates appearing on the ballot for non-partisan county and judicial offices. This is in addition to the printed statement in the sample ballot book. 

Translated election materials are available in 18 different languages. Voters can request their ballot and materials by returning the language request form on the sample ballot or by calling (800) 815-2666, option 3.

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