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Electronic voting sites are added

October 26, 2006

Early voting for the Nov. 7 election expanded to 17 electronic voting stations Wednesday throughout Los Angeles County.

Touchscreen voting stations will be available at 16 locations through Nov. 3. Early electronic voting began at the registrar-recorder/county clerk's office in Norwalk on Oct. 10. Voting there will continue through election day.

Conny McCormack, registrar-recorder/county clerk, said electronic voting is popular.

More than 65,000 Los Angeles County voters used touchscreen equipment in the November 2004 election.

The 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.

For more information on early voting, call the registrar-recorder/county clerk at (800) 815-2666 or log onto

Electronic voting will be available at:

* A.C. Bilbrew Library, 150 E. El Segundo Blvd.

* Beverly Hills City Hall, 455 N. Rexford Drive

* Braille Institute, 741 N. Vermont Ave.

* Calabasas Public Library, 23975 Park Sorrento

* Carson Regional County Library, 151 E. Carson St.

* Culver City City Hall, 9770 Culver Blvd.

* Downtown Central Library, 630 W. 5th St.

* East L.A. County Regional Library, 4837 E. 3rd St.

* Lakewood Regional Library, 4990 Clark Ave.

* Lancaster Fire Training Center, 42110 6th St. West

* Monterey Park City Hall, 320 W. Newmark Ave.

* North Hills Mid-Valley Library, 16244 Nordhoff St.

* Pasadena Jackie Robinson Center, 1020 N. Fair Oaks Ave.

* Redondo Beach Public Library, 303 N. Pacific Coast Highway

* Valencia County Regional Library, 23743 W. Valencia Blvd.

* West Covina County Regional Library, 1601 W. Covina Parkway

* Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk, 12400 Imperial Highway

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