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L.A. County Mock Election

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L.A. County Mock Election Results

The L.A. County Mock Election has successfully concluded and there was great public participation in the event. Over 5,800 individuals came out to one of the 50 Mock Election sites and cast a ballot using the County’s new Voting Solutions for All People (VSAP) system. Please visit the link below to see the results from our Mock Election contests.

L.A. County Mock Election Results

“I would like to personally thank everyone who came out to try the County’s new voting experience, Voting Solutions for All People (VSAP),” said Dean Logan, Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk. “Your participation and feedback are invaluable resources as we kick off our public engagement campaign leading up to the Presidential Primary Election in March 2020.”

In the coming weeks the Department will provide a full recap of the Mock Election, including data obtained from voter surveys that will be sent out soon. Additionally, if you would like to provide us with more feedback from your experience at the Mock Election, please email us at VSAP@rrcc.lacounty.gov.

This is Voting in 2020





1,000 vote centers. 11 days. Vote anywhere.



What's Changing

In 2020, the County will introduce its new voting system, the Voting Solutions for All People. This system was custom designed just for L.A. County voters - take a look:

Vote Center BMD

The Ballot Marking Device

The benefits of technology for an easy and accessible voting experience - with a paper ballot.

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Vote Center ISB

The Interactive Sample Ballot

A convenient way to speed up the voting process allowing voters to make their selections before going to a vote center.

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Vote Center ePollbook

The Electronic Pollbook

A modern way to check-in and update your registration at any vote center in the County.

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