With the presidential election about 30 days away, it’s time to make a plan on how you plan to vote. All Californians will receive a vote-by-mail ballot a month before the day of the election. However if you prefer to vote in person, a number of our favorite sports and entertainment venues in the city have turned into voting centers from the end of October through to election day on November 3rd. Unlike previous elections, in which voters were assigned to a specific polling place in their own neighborhood, LA County has now transitioned to a voting center model: county residents can vote at any voting center in the county. So check your registration status here, the list of polling places below and go out and vote!
The brand-new home of the Rams and Chargers announced that it’ll set up a voting center in its parking lot. From October 30 to November 3, you can cast your vote from Parking Lot N of the Inglewood stadium (enter off Prairie and Arbor Vitae and make a right onto District Drive; the vote center will be in the parking lot in the NFL Trailer).
1000 S Prairie Ave, Inglewood
The Clippers will host in-person voting and mail-in drop-offs at the Inglewood arena from October 24 through November 3.
3900 W Manchester Blvd, Inglewood
Dodger Stadium will be open to all registered voters for five days leading up to the election. To make this happen, the team joined forces with Lakers star LeBron James and his organization More Than a Vote, which aims to fight Black voter suppression. As far as additional day-of logistics, the team says it’ll announce those details at a later date.
1000 Vin Scully Ave, Elysian Park
The home of the Lakers will be open as a voting center from October 30 through November 3. In addition, the arena will have an official drop box for mail-in ballots.
1111 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles
Concert promoter and club owner Live Nation announced that it was partnering with More Than a Vote and Civic Alliance to explore turning more than 100 of its venues nationwide into voting centers, and the Hollywood concert hall is among the first ones to be confirmed.
6215 Sunset Blvd, Hollywood
The Westwood museum will welcome voters from October 24 to November 3. Plus, if you need a little assistance understanding this year’s statewide propositions, the Hammer will be hosting virtual lectures on California’s ballot measures.
10899 Wilshire Blvd, Westwood
Just like the Palladium, Live Nation will also open up the Koreatown theater as a voting center.
3790 Wilshire Blvd, Koreatown
The Downtown hotel will serve as a polling place from October 30 to November 3.
939 S Figueroa St, Downtown