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A sample Absentee Ballot

Any registered voter may choose to vote by mail (absentee ballot) rather than voting in person on Election Day. You can apply up to 60 days prior to the election and during the final 7 days prior to the election. Absentee ballot application is on the back of your sample ballot. If you will be unable to vote in person on election day, promptly complete and sign the application for an absentee ballot and return it to:

P.O. BOX 30450
LOS ANGELES, CA 90030-0450

A letter request is acceptable if it identifies the election for which a ballot is being requested, contains the voter's name and signature, registered address and the address to which the ballot should be mailed.

The signature of each person asking for an absentee ballot is required in order to verify the legitimacy of the application.

Permanent Absentee Voter Status

Under state law, a voter may apply for permanent absentee voter status. As a permanent absentee voter, you will no longer have to apply for future elections. A ballot will automatically be mailed to you for each election in which you are eligible to vote. A spouse or other person who resides with you may also want to apply for permanent absentee voter status.

Your name will be deleted from the permanent absentee voter list if you fail to return your voted absentee voter ballot for any statewide direct primary or general election in accordance with Elections Code Section 3206 (Cancellation for failure to vote) effective January 1, 2002.

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