Get Out and Vote This Tuesday – Polling Place Locator, New Larger Map

Posted 4/8/12 – There are three polling locations for the April 2012 election.  Click on the map below to see a larger version to determine where you vote tomorrow.  You may need to click on the image again once it loads to see it full size, depending on your browser.  The following locations will be open from 7am to 8pm for residents to vote in the City Council election on Tuesday, April 10, 2012.  Not sure which of the three  precincts you belong to?  Go to www.LAVote.net/LOCATOR and enter your street address, it will tell you where to go vote.

Voting Precinct 640002A  (Sub-precincts 6400002, 6400003 and 6400004 inclusive)

Episcopal Church of the Ascension, 25 E. Laurel Ave.

Disabled access, Non-English speaking assistance if necessary

Inspector, David Czamanske

Clerks, Ivette Dostalek, Janet Swanson, Melissa Thew

Voting Precinct 6400006A  (Sub-precincts 6400006, 6400007, and 64000013 inclusive)

Sierra Madre United Methodist Church, Hartzell Hall, 695 W. Sierra Madre Blvd.

Disabled access, Non-English speaking assistance if necessary

Inspector, Pat Alcorn

Clerks, De Alcorn, Tommy Ann Miller, Dorothy Jerneycic

Voting Precinct 64000010A  (Sub-precincts 64000010, 64000011 and 64000012 inclusive)

Sierra Madre Congregational Church, 160 W. Sierra Madre Blvd.

Disabled access, Non-English speaking assistance if necessary

Inspector, George Fawrup

Clerks, Barbara Fawrup, Kathleen Tobin, Eunice Banis

Counting of Vote By Mail ballots will take place in City Hall (232 W. Sierra Madre Blvd.) on Tuesday, April 10, 2012 at 7pm.  The Vote by Mail Canvassing Board is made up of Inspector Madeline Anderson and Clerks Joanne Williams, Carolyn Valencia and Julie Jenkins.

Remember: Not sure which of the three above precincts you belong to?  Go to www.LAVote.net/LOCATOR

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