We began conducting voter registration drives in Los Angeles city. Today, we operate the longest continuously running civic participation program in our community, dedicated to advocating for equal access and representation.



Voting Eligibility

You must be 18 years or older and U.S. citizen


Registering Online

To register, click here. Paper forms are available at KAC, DMV, local libraries, and U.S. Post Office.


Checking Registration Status

VOTING / How to Vote

All registered voters in California will receive their ballot in the mail and can decide whether to vote at a polling place or vote by mail. Instead of going to the polls on Election Day, you may vote using the vote-by-mail ballot that will be sent to you. After you have voted, insert your ballot in the envelope provided, making sure you complete all required information on the envelope.


You may return your voted ballot by:

1. Mailing it to your county elections official

  • Vote-by-mail ballots that are mailed must be postmarked on or before Election Day and received by your county elections office no later than 7 days after Election Day.
  •  If you are not sure your vote-by-mail ballot will arrive in time if mailed, bring it to any polling place in the state between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.
  • Find your county elections office

2. Returning it in person to any polling place within the state or the office of your county elections official

  • Vote – by-mail ballots that are personally delivered must be delivered no later than the close of polls at 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.

3. Dropping your ballot off at a drop-off location or into a ballot drop box within the state

  •  Vote – by-mail ballots that are personally delivered to a ballot drop-off location must be delivered no later than the close of polls at 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.

4. Authorizing someone to return the ballot on your behalf.

  •  Anyone may return your ballot for you, as long as they do not get paid on a per ballot basis. In order for your ballot to be counted, you must fill out the authorization section found on the outside of your ballot envelope.

*When your vote-by-mail ballot is received by your county elections official, your signature on the return envelope will be compared to the signature(s) in your voter registration record. To preserve the secrecy of your ballot, the ballot will then be separated from the return envelope, and then it will be tallied. All valid vote-by-mail ballots are counted in every election in California, regardless of the outcome or closeness of any race.

All registered voters in Los Angeles County will be mailed a Vote by Mail ballot. There are multiple options on how to return your ballot:

  • Vote by mail: remember no postage is necessary
  • Ballot drop box: at any participating vote by mail ballot drop box location
  • Voting in-person: at any vote center in L.A. County

Voting early (LA County):
The Norwalk Headquarters is available for early voting 29 days prior to every election. Voters can choose to vote in-person or drop off their completed ballot at the Ballot Drop Box on the north side of the building (facing Imperial Highway).

Norwalk Headquarters
12400 Imperial Highway, Room 3002
Norwalk, CA 90650

Voters have the option to cast their ballot in-person at a participating Vote Center in an upcoming election.
Vote Centers provide modern features to make voting safe, easy, and convenient. Vote Centers also serve as a Vote by Mail Ballot Drop Box location – no need to wait, simply drop off your voted ballot at the front.

Find out your vote center:

  • California: Calling (800) 345-VOTE (8683) or By texting Vote to GOVOTE (468683)
  • LA County: Online


Voting by mail:


Request a replacement ballot:
If you failed to receive your vote-by-mail ballot or you have lost or destroyed your original ballot, contact your county elections official in order to be sent a second vote-by-mail ballot.


Learn about your ballot status:

  • You can track your ballot status by using ‘Where’s my ballot?
  • Where’s MyBallot? is available in every county in California.

Election Day

How to use the new vote machine (Korean)
“투표장치 따라해보기” – 한미연합회 현장투표 안내

Voter Guides

California Secretary of State

LA County


California’s Voter Hotline

  • (800) 345-VOTE (8683) – English
  • (800) 232-VOTA (8682) – español / Spanish
  • (800) 339-2857 – 中文 / Chinese
  • (888) 345-2692 – हिन्दी / Hindi
  • (800) 339-2865 – 日本語 / Japanese
  • (888) 345-4917 – ខ្មែរ / Khmer
  • (866) 575-1558 – 한국어 / Korean
  • (800) 339-2957 – Tagalog
  • (855) 345-3933 – ภาษาไทย / Thai
  • (800) 339-8163 – Việt ngữ / Vietnamese
  • (800) 833-8683 – TTY/TDD

KAC Videos

What are your voting options this year?

LA카운티 선거 – 투표 방법 알아보기

What is the easiest way to vote this year?

올해 가장 쉬운 투표 방법은 무엇입니까?