County officials said 118 Vote Center locations were opened throughout the county, providing a safe in-person voting experience.
Long Beach’s 2nd District is one of several local elections that have been marred by mud-slinging.
From 6 to 7:30 p.m. via Zoom, the forum’s guests will include representatives from the city’s mayor’s office, District 1, District 5—districts that oversee parts of West, Central and East Long Beach—and Assembly Member Patrick O’Donnell’s office, organizers said.
Attorney General Xavier Becerra petitioned the Sacramento Superior Court to order the party to provide details about the location of private ballot boxes it set up, and the voters who left ballots in them.
Starting Saturday, Oct. 24 between 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., eight Vote Centers will be open to the public across Long Beach.
Long Beach police are prepping to deploy extra officers on Election Day this year because of the possibility of civil unrest, according to the department.
Ballot return data shows that as of Saturday, 33,747 ballots from Long Beach voters had already been received by the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk.
Long Beach voters will be making multiple important decisions locally during this general election on Nov. 3.
A candidate running for Long Beach City College’s Board of Trustees says someone has used his phone number to leave obscene robocall messages for a number of city leaders.
Local media outlets hosted five debates between Oct. 5 and Oct. 14 featuring candidates for City Council, Long Beach Unified Board of Education and Long Beach Community College Board of Trustees. Here’s how to watch.