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Emergency Vote by Mail

What is an Emergency Vote by Mail Ballot?

If you have not submitted a Vote by Mail application by the deadline, you can still obtain a ballot when conditions prevent you from voting at a polling place on Election Day. Such ballots are called Emergency Vote by Mail Ballots, which are issued at the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Norwalk office in the last six (6) days prior to an election and on Election Day. These ballots cannot be issued by mail.

How to Apply for an Emergency Vote by Mail Ballot

To apply, you need to complete the Emergency Vote by Mail Application to authorize a representative to obtain the voter's ballot and deliver it to the voter. The ballot must be returned to an elections official or to any polling place in Los Angeles County prior to 8 p.m. on Election Day.

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