They’re coming your way — really soon.
That’s right, mail-in ballots have been sent to all of the county’s registered voters for the Sept. 14 gubenatorial recall election.
And you might just be receiving one this weekend at the earliest, but most will be receiving them by Aug. 16.
The ballots will consist of two questions:
— Do you approve of the recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom, or not — yes or no?
— And the second question asks voters to pick one of the 46 recall challengers who they would want to succeed Newsom in office, if he is recalled.
And done. That’s it.
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And then you can just send in the ballot. As in the November general election, L.A. County voters can track the mailing of their vote-by-mail ballot with the L.A. County Registrar’s online Where’s My Ballot tool.
]The tool allows a voter to keep tabs on when it was sent, when it was received and when tabulated.
You’ve got other options other than just sending giving it to the postal worker, too — though, that’s perfectly OK (by Election Day).
You can drop it off in an official L.A. County Registrar Ballot Drop Box by Aug. 16, or you can drop it off at an official Vote Center.