Why is it so hard to get most voters engaged in local elections that affect them so much? On this week’s “The Word” Long Beach Post political reporter Jason Ruiz sits down with Jackie Rae to discuss.
Voters eager to cast their ballot in the Nov. 3 election had the chance to do so in person, as early voting centers in Long Beach opened their doors Saturday morning.
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 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.
Proponents of an oil-production tax increase that would fund several environmental-health programs launched a “Yes on US” campaign Wednesday calling for voter support.
The new experience wasn’t without its hiccups.
The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk is currently holding a series of meetings asking community members for input on where future voting sites should be located.
Los Angeles County residents don’t have depend on a mail-in ballots if they can’t make it to the polls on Nov. 6.
Ride sharing companies Uber and Lyft will be providing free or discounted rides to voting polls across the country on Election Day.
A group of community leaders including pastors, a former city councilman and nonprofit executives gathered outside the Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library Tuesday morning to send a message to residents: go vote.