Los Angeles County Begins Mailing Vote by Mail Ballots for
the 2024 Presidential Primary Election
LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (RR/CC) Dean C. Logan announced the mailing of Vote by Mail (VBM) ballots to all registered voters for the March 5, 2024 Presidential Primary Election.
Voters can track their ballot every step of the way with the Where’s My Ballot? tool – a free subscription that sends automatic notifications by text, email, or voicemail on the status of the ballot.
There are multiple easy return options available:
- Return by mail, no postage required
- Use one of 400+ Ballot Drop Box locations across Los Angeles County
- Drop off at a local Vote Center beginning February 24.
In a Presidential Primary Election, the political party preference a voter selected when they last registered to vote determines which Presidential candidates appear on the ballot.
Voters registered with No Party Preference (NPP) will receive a nonpartisan ballot without the Presidential contest. NPP voters who want to vote for a Presidential candidate must complete a few additional steps to receive their preferred ballot.
Full information and request details are available at LAVOTE.GOV/Crossover.
This election has a long ballot with many contests and candidates. Voters should review the instructions carefully and remember to sign and date the Return Envelope before submitting their ballot.
Eligible voters who have not registered and want to vote by mail must register to vote by February 20, 2024, to be mailed a ballot.
The RR/CC provides translated election materials in 18 different languages. Voters can request to receive their materials in their preferred language by returning the Language Request Form on the back of the Sample Ballot Book, or by calling (800) 815-2666, option 3.