Los Angeles County New Voting Center
The Voter Solutions for All People (VSAP) was developed by the Los Angeles County Registrar/County Clerk to replace its aging voting system. The new technology will allow voters in Los Angeles County to have up to 11 days to vote, beginning with the March 2020 presidential primary election. The new voting system was launched to provide greater convenience and accessibility to over five million voters in the county.
The new voting center model allows voter the option of where, when, and how to vote. Voters will have the option to vote anywhere in the County at vote centers. The following designated locations in the City have been selected as 11-day Vote Centers for the March 3, 2020 General Municipal Election: City Hall (downstairs meeting room), Neff Park Barn, and La Mirada Library.
The new equipment will resemble a touchscreen tablet, and the voting system will use a web-based application to provide the information included on a paper sample ballot. For the voting process, voters can mark and save their selections on an electronic sample ballot which generates a QR code. Voters can then scan the QR code on a Ballot Marking Device for verification and printing of an official ballot. The paper summary is then submitted through a secure box that is part of the voting unit.
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