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L.A. Area Chamber

February 27, 2020

California's Presidential Primary Election is March 3. Vote centers, featuring the new Voting Solutions for All People (VSAP) voting experience, are now open for voters. The Chamber's L.A. Jobs PAC has also endorsed candidates in certain races in L.A. City and L.A. County as well as an L.A. County measure.

Learn more about Voting Solutions for All People.

Did you know?

California Elections Code section 14000 allows workers up to two hours off, without a loss of pay, to vote if they do not have enough time to do so in their non-work hours. The law requires workers to notify their employers two working days before the election if they need to take time off to vote.

Employers must post a notice 10 days before an election. Learn more.



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