City of Huntington Park
General Election

Tuesday, November 3, 2020, for the following Officers:

Vote Centers and Election Day Mobile Voting Centers

Voting Centers

Hours of Operation:
Starting on Friday, 10/30 to Monday, 11/2 from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
Election Day: Tuesday, 11/3 from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm

Salt Lake Park

3401 East Florence Avenue, Huntington Park, CA 90255

Huntington Park Library

6518 Miles Avenue, Huntington Park, CA 90255

Walnut Park Elementary School

2642 Olive Street, Walnut Park, CA 90255

Holy Angel Church of the Deaf

4433 S Santa Fe Avenue, Vernon, CA 90255
Hours of Operation:

All Locations will have a curbside option.

Vote In-Person

While the safest option is to Vote by Mail or bring your ballot to one of the secure drop-off locations, L.A. County is making in-person voting as safe as possible, and modernizing how you cast your ballot!

In L.A. County, voters have 10 consecutive days and Election Day to vote in-person at ANY participating Vote Center. Our Vote Centers will be safe, secure and follow all public health and safety guidelines. To find your nearest Vote Center, go to plan.lavote.net.

We’ve created drive-by vote centers, so you can drop off your ballot without leaving your car. To find your nearest drive-by vote center, go to plan.lavote.net.

And you can also vote in-person at our Mobile Vote Centers! Mobile Vote Centers will be at historic
landmarks, parks, farmer's markets, zoos and stadiums so we can bring voting to the voters! To find your nearest Mobile Vote Center, go to plan.lavote.net.


Voting by mail is a safe and easy way to make sure your your voice is heard in the Presidential General Election.
Mark your ballot from the comfort of your home, avoid long lines and keep your community safe. Return your mail-in ballot with a quick trip to the mailbox or the nearest secure drop box location.

In L.A. County, all registered voters will be mailed a Vote by Mail ballot to provide a safe and
easy voting option during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 Prepare to vote by mail now

If you are a registered voter, you have already been mailed a Vote by Mail Address Confirmation Notice with information on how to update your mailing address and safely vote in the November 3 General Election.

If you have moved since you last voted, you must update your address! Use our new planning tool to check your registration status, update your address or request a new ballot at plan.lavote.net. It’s that simple!

Casting your ballot by mail

Beginning 29 days before Election Day, Vote by Mail ballots will be mailed to all registered voters in L.A. County. Follow all instructions on the ballot when filling out your selections to make sure your vote is counted correctly.

You have options on how to return your ballot:

● Mail your ballot from a nearby mailbox. Remember, no postage is necessary!
● Return it to any secure Vote by Mail drop box location.
● Return it to any participating Vote Center