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More early voting centers open Saturday ahead of March 5 Election Day

Early March 5 Primary voting continues with more centers opening
Early March 5 Primary voting continues with more centers opening 00:40

The March 5 Presidential Primary Election is just days away, and efforts are ramping up to make it easier for voters to cast their ballots with more in-person vote centers opening Saturday.

Earlier last week, more than 100 early vote centers opened throughout Los Angeles County, and on Saturday, another 525 are available to voters and will remain open daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The centers allow any voter to cast a ballot, regardless of their address within the county.

On Tuesday, March 5, voting centers will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. 

A list of nearby locations can be found online at People who missed the voter registration deadline but still want to vote can register at a vote center and cast a provisional ballot.

Early voting sites are also available in Orange, Riverside and Ventura counties. A full list of Orange County centers is available at

Aside from voting for a presidential candidate,  many state and local races and measures are on the ballot. There are 17 congressional, five state Senate, and 24 Assembly races. There are also county Board of Supervisors and Superior Court judgeships selections and local city and school board candidates.

A vote-by-mail ballot option is available to everyone who registered by Feb. 20. It can be mailed back or taken to a voter drop-box. 

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