LA County begins sending out mail-in ballots for June 7 primary election; includes LA mayor's race staff KABC logo
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LA County begins sending out mail-in ballots for June primary election
Check your mail. L.A. County has begun sending out mail-in ballots for the June primary, and are expected to arrive at homes in the next few days.

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Los Angeles County has started sending out mail-in ballots for the primary election on June 7, the county's Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk announced Thursday.

This ballot contains many contests and candidates, including the L.A. mayor's race.

According to the registrar, voters should carefully read the instructions and remember to sign and date the envelope before casting the ballot.

There are a few easy ways to return the ballot. Voters can either mail it back, no postage required - or drop it off in person at any voting center beginning May 28.

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Please note that mail-in ballots must be postmarked by June 7, 2022, and received within a week of election day to be counted.

To track their ballot, voters can go to Where's My Ballot for updates.