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Last Chance: California Voter Registration Deadline Is Monday

Voter registration applications must be submitted by midnight Oct. 22. Also, see where your voting precinct is located in Century City and Westwood.

Californians must register to vote by Monday, Oct. 22, if they want to participate in the Nov. 6 election and the easiest way to register is online.

More than 544,000 Californians have submitted a voter registration application using the month-old online system, according to Secretary of State Debra Bowen.

"Given all of the important issues on the November ballot, I am delighted so many Californians want to make their voices heard," Bowen said Wednesday in a press release. "Since registering to vote is easier than ever with the quick online option, there is no excuse for not being ready to vote on Election Day."

Hundreds of thousands of registration applications are submitted in the final weeks before a voter registration deadline, especially in presidential election years.  

Voter registration applications must be submitted by midnight 15 days before the election. Postmarks count for paper applications. Online applications must be submitted – not started – by midnight on the Oct. 22 deadline (online registration records are time-stamped upon completion).

Find your voting precinct

Voting precincts in Westwood are as follows:

  • Precinct 9003077A votes at the Vintage Westwood Horizons clubhouse, 947 Tiverton Ave. 
  • Precinct 9001271A votes at the Westwood Recreation Complex in clubroom B, 1350 South Sepulveda Blvd.

Voting precincts in Century City are as follows:

  • Precinct 9002900A votes at the Westfield Century lobby, 1801 Avenue of the Stars.

To find your precinct by address, visit the lavote.net homepage, then click on the voting & elections link and scroll down under "Quick Links" to locate your polling place

The official California online voter registration application is at RegisterToVote.ca.gov. Paper applications are available at post offices, public libraries, many government offices and more. Keep up with the latest California election news and trivia by following @CASOSvote on Twitter.

—Patch editor Meredith Skrzypczak contributed to this report.

Related: How To: Online Voter Registration Launches in California

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