Vote today! April 13 is Election Day in Long Beach

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Long Beach election April 13The polls opened at 7 a.m. this morning and, yes, I already know two people who have voted. How about you?

Today’s election in Long Beach asks residents to cast their vote for Mayor, City Attorney, City Auditor, City Prosecutor, and Council Districts 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9. Voters will also mark their choice for Long Beach Unified School District Office 1 and Long Beach Community College District Offices 1, 3 and 5.

Your polling place is listed on the back of the Official Sample Ballot that the City mailed out last month. If you no longer have your sample ballot, you can also find your polling place online at www.LAVote.net. Residents can also call (562) 570-6101.

Haven’t decided who to vote for yet? There’s still a few hours to investigate the candidates. Check out these sources for pre-election coverage:

Long Beach polling places will remain open today until 8 p.m. For more information about the election go to www.longbeach.gov/elections.

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2 Responses to “Vote today! April 13 is Election Day in Long Beach”
  1. LB Westsider says:

    I was appalled at the illegal electioneering that Tonia Reyes Uranga participated in. I doubt that any of her volunteers knew that they could go to jail for their activities. I hope James Johnson has a crack team of lawyers and video cameras at each polling place come June.

  2. Peter Gonzaga says:

    I was disgusted also with the blatant electioneering by Reyes-Uranga supporters. I event questioned one Reyes-Uranga supporter stationed in a residential driveway right smack dab in front of Hudson School on the Westside. I even stopped and asked if this gentleman was electioneering. He replied, “I am well past the 100 feet mark. Make sure to vote.”