MARCH 3, 2020 • election day



Voter Information for Presidential Primary Election on March 3, 2020

Early Voting Starts at Vote Centers on February 22nd

Starting February 22nd, you can vote any day (8 am to 5 pm) at the following locations:

⦿ Grace United Methodist Church (Fellowship Hall), 4112 W Slauson Ave, Los Angeles 90043

⦿ Jim Gilliam Recreation & Senior Center (Craftroom), 4000 S La Brea Ave, Los Angeles 90008

⦿ Crenshaw United Methodist Church (Westley Hall), 3740 Don Felipe Dr, Los Angeles 90008

Additional Vote Centers Will Open on February 29th

Starting February 29th, you can vote any day (8 am to 5 pm) at these additional locations:

⦿ 54th Street Elementary School (Auditorium), 5501 S Eileen Ave, Los Angeles 90043

⦿ Windsor Hills Elementary School (Auditorium), 5215 Overdale Drive, Los Angeles 90043

⦿ Ladera Park (Community Room), 6027 Ladera Park Avenue, Los Angeles 90056

⦿ 42nd Street Elementary School (Auditorium), 4231 4th Ave, Los Angeles 90008

⦿ Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza (Community Room), 3650 W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd 90008

⦿ Los Angeles Bahai Center (Multi-Purpose Room), 5755 Rodeo Rd, Los Angeles 90016

On Election Day MARCH 3RD, ALL VOTE CENTERS will be open from 7 am to 8 pm.

NOTE: The list above shows only some of the Vote Centers near our UHA II community. Additional Vote Centers can be searched by your location or by ZIP code at

General Voting Information
⦿ The last day to register to vote in time for the March 3rd election is February 18th.

     Visit to register online!

⦿ You can now vote at any Vote Center — no need to go to a specific polling place.

⦿ New ballot-marking devices are designed to make it easier to vote. Different languages and

     accessibility features will be available to personalize your voting experience.

⦿ Please visit for more information.

Vote By Mail
⦿ Vote-by-Mail ballot requests must be received no later than Tuesday, February 25, 2020.
⦿ Remember that you can Vote by Mail instead of going to a voting location.

⦿ Go to LAVote.Net and click on “Vote by Mail” to apply for a Vote by Mail ballot.

⦿ Please read the Vote by Mail instructions carefully. You must request the correct Vote by Mail

     ballot in order to vote in the presidential primary election under the party of your choice.

⦿ If you have any questions, email or call (800) 815-2666.