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Most excuses not to vote are irrelevant and here is why:

See Voting Rights Act (VRA) of 1965!

As a Los Angeles County Resident you may register to vote:

Ø        If you are a citizen of United States.  
        You can register at 16 years of age!!!
Are not found mentally incompetent by a court of law.
Ø        Are not in prison or on parole for a felony conviction.
To register - Dial toll free 1.800.815.2666 and or (562) 466-1310, this can be done 24 hours a day, do it on line or to have a voter registration form mailed to you.

Los Angeles County is currently required to provide the following language assistance to VRA voters in addition to English:










In California, the deadline to register or transfer registration to vote for any election is 15 days before each local and statewide Election Day.

On the latest registration form when you register to vote you can simultaneously request to vote by mail.

Learn about Crossover Voting.

After you complete and return the form you can verify your registration on line or by phone. In the past when you have voted only in person at the polls and now you want to vote by mail you must request an application for vote by mail ballot. You may obtain this application at 1.800.481.8683 or in person. There is no reason for you not to vote when you can vote in person at your designated polling location, vote by mail from anywhere in the world, and when you have an unexpected situation or a scheduling conflict with the election day you can vote early in person at the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk office.

Today is Voting/Election Day for the California Presidential Primary Tuesday, June 07, 2016 ballots will be available in English (and nine additional languages), including Chinese, Hindi, Spanish, Vietnamese, Khmer, Korean, Japanese, Tagalog and Thai.

And then there are the results.

The nearest Branch Offices to West Covina:

East Los Angeles
4716 East Cesar E. Chavez Av.
Los Angeles, CA 90022


Department Headquarters
12400 Imperial Highway
Norwalk, CA 90650

When you are registered to vote by mail if you forget to mail in your vote within the indicated time period you are still able to cast your vote. On election day just take your completed ballot to any L.A. County Voter Polling Place and submit it to the Poll Workers. Impaired persons, inmates and formerly incarcerated (convicted felons) Californians can vote. You must re-register when you move, change political party or change your name. Voter registration forms can also be obtained at your local Post Office, DMV, Public Libraries, Fire Stations, County buildings, On Line, at City Hall, Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk and from Fredrick Sykes.

You may not register to vote in elections if you are: 
•  An Inmate convicted of a felony offense and sentenced to serve time in a State Prison.
•  On parole as a result of a felony conviction.
•  A person that has been declared mentally incompetent by an appropriate Court.

Your vote is your voice, your vote is trust, your vote is democracy, plus verification before and after the election!

Election Materials

For additional voter information Please visit: and or

AAVREP, APALC and 626's Fung Brothers: Does your Asian mom vote (see YouTube video)?

When you do not vote you enable your interest to be disregarded by person(s) in power!

For help please visit: and or

Fredrick Sykes