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It's Election Day in Malibu

Here are some basic questions and answers about Election Day in Malibu from the city:

When and where do I vote?
Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. today. Find your polling place with Polling Place Locator.

How many seats are open?
Two Council seats will be open and are currently held by Lou La Monte and Laura Rosenthal.

Do I need a provisional ballot?
Provisional ballots are used for the following reasons: a) a voter's name is not in the official roster of voters; b) a Vote by Mail Ballot was issued that the voter was unable to surrender at the polls; or c) if a voter has moved from on address to another within Los Angeles County but has not yet registered at that new address (the voter will the be re-registered at the place of voting).

When do we start hearing about results?
Ballots will be counted at City Hall in the Council Chambers beginning at 8:01 p.m. The vote-by-mail ballots will be processed -- opened, reviewed, duplicated if necessary -- by the vote-by-mail Processing and Inspection Board, beginning at 2 p.m. on Election Day in the Surfrider Room at City Hall. At the close of polls (8 p.m.), the vote-by-mail ballots will go into the counting machine. Ballots from the seven precincts will proceed through the Processing and Inspection Board as they are brought to City Hall and put in the counting machine in the order received. The City Hall Council Chambers in the Central Counting Location and is open to the public.

Where can I get up-to-the-minute results?
Here.




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