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Burbank Highlights Local Primary Election Locations

The last day to register to vote in the presidential primary election has passed, and those who wish to participate in the presidential primary election on March 5 in Burbank will have the option to vote by mail at one of four 24-hour, vote-by-mail drop boxes or in person at one of four Burbank locations.

All registered Burbank voters should receive their official sample ballot booklets no later than Feb. 24 and their mail-in ballots no later than Feb. 27.

There are four, 24-hour vote-by-mail drop boxes at the following locations: Burbank City Hall, Buena Vista Library, Joslyn Adult Center and Ralph Foy Park.

The 11-day vote center at the Magnolia Park United Methodist Church will be open starting Feb. 24, and the four-day vote centers at the Buena Vista Branch Library, Courtyard Marriott Los Angeles Burbank Airport and McCambridge Recreation Center will be open starting March 2.

Eligible voters who miss the deadline can still register as a conditional voter at any vote center in Los Angeles County.

Questions regarding voter registration and ballots can be addressed by contacting the County at (800) 815-2666 or by visiting lavote.gov for more information. Voters can also contact the Burbank city clerk’s office at cityclerks@burbankca.gov or call (818) 238-5851.

First published in the February 24 print issue of the Burbank Leader.

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