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10 EMCSD Sites Will Be Used as Voting Centers for 2020 Election

The El Monte City School District will provide the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Office with 10 locations to be used as Voting Centers for the 2020 Election.
For years, EMCSD has provided potential polling locations for the County as needed, and this year the District will provide the most sites in its history. The District believes all eligible voters should have an easy and convenient way to practice their constitutional right, and we are thrilled to provide more locations for LA County voters!
Beginning Friday, October 30, 2020, LA County voters can attend any of the District's 10 sites listed in the chart below. Operating hours are as follows:
Early Voting / Ballot Drop-Off
Friday, 10/30 through Monday 11/2: 10am - 7pm
Election Day
Tuesday, 11/3: 7am - 8pm
Columbia School
Cortada School
Gidley School
Jeff Seymour
Family Center
New Lexington School
3400 N. California Ave.,
El Monte, CA 91731 
3111 N. Potrero Ave.,
El Monte, CA 91733 
10226 E. Lower Azusa Rd.,
El Monte, CA 91731
10900 Mulhall Street,
El Monte, CA 91731
10410 E. Bodger,
El Monte, CA 91733
Potrero School 
Rio Hondo School
Rio Vista School
Shirsper School
Wilkerson School
2611 N. Potrero Ave.,
EL Monte, CA 91733 
11425 Wildflower Rd.,
Arcadia, CA 91006
4300 N. Esto,
El Monte, CA 91731 
4020 N. Gibson,
El Monte, CA 91731
2700 N. Doreen Ave.,
El Monte, CA 91733
Remember, LA County voters can vote safely in-person at ANY Vote Center in the County. The County has made safety your priority, especially when voting in-person and all Vote Centers will follow State and County public health and safety guidelines. Some of the guidelines voters can expect if they vote in person are: the wearing of facial coverings and gloves (coverings and gloves will be made available if needed), the cleaning and sanitizing of all surfaces and the Ballot Marking Devices after each voter, social distancing of 6 feet, and election workers wearing protective gloves and masks. For more information please visit the LA County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk voting page:
For instructions on how to use the County's new Ballot Marking Device, see video below: