Vote Center Placement Project

Voting is about to get easier in Los Angeles County, and you can be a part of the process to help decide when, how, and where we vote!


At Arts for LA, we truly bsuggest_a_vote_center.pngelieve that there is nothing more important than having the arts represented in all areas of civic life. The pinnacle of civic engagement is how we come together around elections.

In the past, Arts for LA partnered with the Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder/ County Clerk's (RR/CC) Office to encourage arts and culture sites to serve as polling places for the November 2017 elections. Now, Arts for LA is working with the RR/CC on the Vote Center Placement Project (VCPP), which will transition LA County from the one-day voting model with assigned polling places to a system of open voting at Vote Centers located across the County. 

Arts for LA is the only arts organization represented on the Vote Center Placement Project (VCPP) and, as such, the only ones representing our collective interests -- making sure that arts and culture are not only part of what we vote for, but also where we gather to cast our votes.




We encourage you to spread the word about the Vote Center Placement Project (VCPP) to your extended networks to ensure that the arts have a voice at the table at all the community conversations about where vote centers will be located in the 2020 election. 





BEFORE JANUARY 31, 2019!   

The Vote Center Placement Project Portal allows you to review potential vote center locations in your community, offer feedback/ comments on sites you may be familiar with, or suggest vote center locations that are not on our radar yet.

The portal will close on Thursday, January 31, 2019 - SUGGEST A VOTE CENTER NEAR YOU BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE!







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