Election Day isn’t technically until Nov. 8, but early voting is already underway in Los Angeles County, and vote centers will open Saturday across the county — including five in the Antelope Valley area — so residents can cast their ballots early.
Vote-by-mail ballots have been sent to every registered voter in the county — roughly 5.6 million people.
But beginning Saturday, 640 vote centers will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. through Nov. 7, allowing residents to cast their in-person ballots. Residents can visit any vote center throughout the county, regardless of their place of residence.
The five early vote centers in the Antelope Valley area include:
601 W Lancaster Blvd.
George Lane Park
5520 W Avenue L-8
Chimbole Cultural Center
38350 Sierra Hwy
Palmdale Oasis Park Recreation Center
3850 E Avenue S
Stephen Sorensen County Park
16801 E Avenue P
Residents can locate the nearest vote center by searching online at locator.lavote.gov. On Election Day, the vote centers will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Residents can also return their vote-by-mail ballots at drop boxes located throughout the county.