Dozens of LAUSD schools to serve as vote centers on Election Day

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Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County ClerkDean Logan announced on Tuesday that dozens of Los Angeles Unified School District campuses will serve as vote centers in the Nov. 3 election.  

"We're thankful for this important and continued collaboration with Los Angeles Unified School District to provide schools as vote centers in the upcoming presidential general election," Logan said.

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"LAUSD's leadership in hosting a vote center at these trusted and well-known locations ensures voters have a safe, accessible, and trusted place to cast their ballot in-person."  

He said as many as 150 schools are being evaluated as voting centers, with the finalized list expected to be posted on the department's website by early next month.  

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Vote centers at the schools will be open from Oct. 30 through Election Day.  

"Voting gives all of us a voice in the future of our community," LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner said. "We want to make sure every individual in the communities we serve has access to a convenient vote center if they choose to vote in person."

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