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Touch-Screen Voting Begins

October 10, 2006

Starting today, voters in Los Angeles County can cast ballots early for the Nov. 7 election.

A touch-screen voting station will be available at the registrar-recorder/county clerk's office in Norwalk, 12400 Imperial Highway, seven days a week until election day.

Beginning Oct. 25, early touch-screen voting also will be available at 16 other locations throughout the county.

Voters who are visually impaired can use the electronic voting units with the help of audio headsets or large-size text. Electronic ballots are available in English, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Tagalog and Vietnamese.

Those who haven't registered to vote can still do so, through Oct. 23. Mail-in forms are available at most county buildings, city halls, fire stations, libraries, state motor vehicle offices, public assistance offices and post offices, or by calling or the Voter Registration Request Line (800) 481-VOTE (8683). An online voter registration form is available at www.ss.ca.gov. Those who wish to vote by absentee ballot must submit a written request for a ballot no later than seven days before election day. A complete and signed application should be sent to the registrar-recorder. An electronic absentee ballot request form is available at www.lavote.net.

For more information, call the registrar-recorder/county clerk at (800) 815-2666 or log onto www.lavote.net.

For The Record
Los Angeles Times Thursday October 12, 2006 Home Edition Main News Part A Page 2 National Desk 2 inches; 75 words Type of Material: Correction
Touch-screen voting: An article in Tuesday's California section about touch-screen voting said the Los Angeles County registrar in Norwalk would have a station open seven days a week until the Nov. 7 election. It will be open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., through Nov. 6. It will be open the weekends of Oct. 28-29 and Nov. 4-5 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, call (800) 815-2666 or visit www.lavote.net.

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