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Voter Center Placement Project

In recruiting centers, members of the LWVTA were trained to educate the public in meetings about the new voting procedures in LA County.

Learn about the New Voting Procedures
Legislative Interview Gipson

Legislative Interview with Assembly-Member Mike Gipson

League of Women Voters Torrance Area Interviewed Assembly-Member Mike Gipson of the 64th District. Read about the Interview

Popovers in Pasadena

Summer League: Persuasion and Popovers in Pasadena

Learn with the Torrance League all about the Census and Effective Communication Techniques

Popovers in Pasadena

Torrance Area


The League of Women Voters, a non-partisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government and influences public policy through education and advocacy. While we encourage participation in politics, we neither promote nor oppose any political party or candidate. We welcome anyone over the age of sixteen to join our local league, which includes membership at the state and national levels. 

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Key Election Dates: 
October 24          11-day Vote Centers open + Same-Day Registration (10 am to 7 pm)
October 27          Last day to request a vote by mail replacement ballot
October 30          5-Day Vote Centers Open (10 am to 7 pm)
November 3        Election Day (7 am to 8 pm)
Pros and Cons Fall 2018 v2

LWV Pros and Cons: November, 2020, Ballot Measures - Video

LA DA Debate

Marc Brown was the moderator as Jackie Lacey and George Gascón met in an hour-long debate on ABC7. The event aired on ABC7 and streamed on all mobile apps, as well as connected TV apps on Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire or Roku.

Mail in Ballot

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You can make a difference! Be sure to vote in the November 3, 2020 Presidential Election! Here are our voting recommendations for the statewide propositions on your ballot:

Pros & Cons
Research & Studies

Get ready to vote on 12 ballot measures November 3rd.  Need help?

Tracking Your Ballot - When It Is Mailed, Received, and Counted - Has Never Been Easier.
Dear California Voter,

Young voters, you can make a difference. It is not too late to register.

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