The biggest attraction in America is coming to Universal Studios Hollywood's CityWalk, starting this weekend.
"I am pleased to announce Universal CityWalk will serve as a Vote Center in the Presidential General Election," Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Dean Logan said in a press release today. "Voters can receive the Hollywood experience as they safely cast their ballot in-person at CityWalk. It's partnerships like this that strengthen our democracy and community efforts to enfranchise safe and accessible in-person voting."
"We’re proud to partner with the Los Angeles County Registrar Office to engage L.A. county residents in the election process as they cast their ballots and make their voices heard,” Universal Studios Hollywood President and COO Karen Irwin said. "As one of L.A. County's diverse cultural epicenters, we are thrilled to have Universal CityWalk be a Vote Center for residents to fulfill their civic duty."
The Vote Center at Universal CityWalk will be open to registered voters to cast their ballots from 10am to 7pm daily from October 24 through November 2 — the day before election day. On election day, November 3, the vote center will be open during California's normal voting hours of 7am to 8pm.
The vote center will be located inside the Jurassic Parking structure and is open to any registered voter in Los Angeles County. Parking is free. If you don't wish to vote in person, you can drop off your mail-in ballot at the vote center as well.
Today is the last day to register to vote in California, if you live here and have not done so already. If you miss today's deadline, you can conditionally register to vote at the polls.
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Under current circumstances, I'm glad to see more places for people to cast their votes.
Whether I agree with the results or not, a free and fair election is only possible if ALL eligible voters are able to cast their ballots.