Voters across Southern California on Tuesday will cast their ballot in a number of closely-watched races and prominent issues, but there are concerns that a storm moving through the region will impact turnout.
Once polls open at 7 a.m. voters will have until 8 p.m. to cast their ballot in person or turn in their mail-in ballot at an official drop box or any vote center.
Voters can also mail their ballot – as long as it is postmarked by Tuesday and received within seven days.
As of Sunday, more than 17% of registered voters in L.A. County had already cast their ballots.
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