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Super Tuesday, March 3, will feature a host of states and their primaries, including California. LA County has many changes this time around.

What are the big changes to California primary voting?

Super Tuesday, March 3, will feature a host of states and their primaries, including California. LA County has many changes this time around.

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LA County Registrar, Dean Logan, is working on a massive overhaul of the election system for 2020. It involves touch-screen ballots and an 11-day in-person voting period.

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LA County Registrar, Dean Logan, is working on a massive overhaul of the election system for 2020. It involves touch-screen ballots and an 11-day in-person voting period.

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After meeting with President Obama    Thursday   , Bernie Sanders told reporters outside of the White House that he looks forward to seeing the results of the California primary once…

Why Are So Many Ballots Still Uncounted in California?

After meeting with President Obama Thursday , Bernie Sanders told reporters outside of the White House that he looks forward to seeing the results of the California primary once…

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