Monday’s the last day to register to vote in the November 6th presidential election. And Los Angeles County registrar workers will be staffing registration tables at more than a dozen locations to encourage people to sign up.
State and county officials say with the launch of online registration, there’s no excuse not to register to vote. But there are a lot of folks who haven’t. In Los Angeles county alone, about 3 million eligible county residents aren’t registered.
County officials will set up registration tables at more than a dozen locations Monday afternoon and evening, to make it easier for people to register. Some locations will be open as early as 5 pm Monday and some will close as late as midnight.
Anyone who is not registered, has recently moved or changed his or her name needs to register.
People who are unsure if they are registered can check at www.lavote.net. And there, you can find operating hours for those registration locations.
The registration locations will be at:
— East L.A. Civic Center, 4801 E. Third St.;
— Starbucks, 9028 Flair Drive, El Monte;
— Starbucks at Montebello Town Center;
— NALEO Educational Fund, 1122 W. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles;
— Magic Johnson Starbucks, 5301 W. Centinela Ave., Los Angeles;
— The Korea Daily, 690 Wilshire Plaza, Los Angeles;
— La Curacao, 3160 E. Imperial Highway, Plaza Mexico, Lynwood;
— Florence/Firestone Branch Office, 7807 S. Compton Ave., Los Angeles;
— Starbucks, 8595 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood;
— Starbucks, 7258 Canoga Ave., Canoga Park;
— Wendy’s, 17684 Sherman Way, Van Nuys;
— Starbucks, 11739 Rosecrans Ave., Norwalk;
— Home Depot Center, 18400 Avalon Blvd., Carson;
— Starbucks, 4708 E. Second St., Long Beach;
— Starbucks, 141 E. Willow, Long Beach;
— Wendy’s, 18507 Devonshire St., Northridge;
— Wendy’s, 14645 Roscoe Blvd., Panorama City; and
— Wendy’s, 1575 Victory Place, Burbank.