Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk: Conny McCormack
Election Department Address:
12400 Imperial Highway
Norwalk, CA 90650
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2006 ELECTIONS IN L.A. COUNTY (SUBJECT to CHANGE)
January 10 (Register by December 27, 2005)
- City of Pomona Special Election (for uncompleted Mayoral term); see results
January 24 (Register by January 9)
- City of Burbank Special Mail-in Election (for 1 uncompleted City Council term); info in English, Spanish
March 7 (Register by February 21)
- Los Angeles Unified School District Special Election (uncompleted Board of Education term in District 2); administered by the Election Division of the L.A. City Clerk's Office
April 4 (Register by March 20)
- El Rancho Unified School District Special Election (uncompleted Board of Education term); administered by the L.A. County Registrar-Recorder
April 11 (Register by March 27)
- Arcadia, Avalon, Bradbury, Culver City, El Segundo, Lancaster, Lawndale, Long Beach, Malibu, Norwalk, Santa Clarita, Sierra Madre, Vernon, Walnut, Whittier
June 6 (Register by May 22)
- Statewide Primary Election, plus local runoff elections if required in Long Beach and Los Angeles (LAUSD District 2 only)
November 7 (Register by October 23)
- Statewide General Election, plus city and school district elections in Alhambra, Downey, Pomona, and Santa Monica, as well as numerous other school districts and special districts
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