“I know there’s work to do, but we can celebrate today.”
For those that opened for the first time today, numerous reported lines—some dozens of people long—prior to opening at 10 a.m.
As of Wednesday, nearly one-third of the 293,918 ballots issued in Long Beach have been returned.
If you’re dropping off your ballot in an official vote-by-mail dropbox near a local library, it’s a good idea to make sure you’re not accidentally putting it in the book-return box.
Long Beach voters interested in learning more about their respective candidates before heading to the polls this November will have the opportunity to listen in on a couple of community forums.
The Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center will serve as a voting center for the 2020 presidential general election, Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn announced Friday.
Retired Los Angeles County sheriff’s Lt. Alex Villanueva has already proclaimed himself the winner in the race for LA County Sheriff, but incumbent Sheriff Jim McDonnell says race isn’t over.
The Hotel of Horrors event will feature a haunted maze that embodies what Prop. 10 and Measure WW seek to change.
With Election Day in Long Beach just a hours away, the Post has all the details for voters anxiously navigating the city’s primary municipal election.
The Long Beach Area Chamber of Commerce’s Political Action Committee announced last week its endorsement of Damon Dunn for mayor, Charles Parkin for City Attorney and Doug Haubert for City Prosecutor in next year’s April 8 election.