On November 6, 2018, City voters elected two members to the City Council and adopted a sales tax measure, Measure LP. The City's next general municipal election will take place on November 3, 2020.
Notices and Resolutions
Need to register to vote or make changes to your current registration (such as address or name changes)? Register by clicking below. Voter registration forms are also available at all City facilities.
Los Angeles County's Voting Solutions for All People
March 2020 Primary Election will feature LA County's new revolutionary and modern voting experience! These changes seek to give voters flexible options that make voting easier, user friendly, and accessible. Here are some of those changes:
Vote Centers: voters will be able to mark and cast their ballot at any vote center throughout the County. The voter will no longer be limited to voting at an assigned polling place.
Voting Period: voting will be available for an extended election period of 11 days. Voters will no longer be limited to voting on one day.
Electronic Pollbooks (ePollbooks): vote center staff will verify the registration eligibility of any County voter and allow for same day registration, giving voters the ability to vote at any vote center.
Ballot Marking Device (BMD): the BMD provides voters the benefits of technology for an easy and accessible voting experience, along with a paper ballot for the security and integrity of the election.
Interactive Sample Ballot (ISB): the ISB is a convenient way to expedite the voting experience by allowing voters to mark their sample ballots on a computer or mobile device using their preferred accessibility tools or software. Voters can then generate a Poll Pass. Voters can scan their Poll Pass and transfer their selections onto the BMD to cast their vote.
For more on the changes coming to LA County's new voting experience, visit: VSAP.lavote.net
Do you want to help your community on Election Day? Become a Pollworker!
Pollworkers are an essential component to every polling place location on Election Day. Inspectors serve as supervisors for the polling locations and Clerks assist with a variety of conventional tasks. Both are paid a stipend for their time.
To become a pollworker in Los Angeles County, you must be:
- 18 years of age or older (unless participating in the Student Pollworker Program);
- A resident of California;
- A United States citizen registered to vote or a legal permanent resident (green card holder); and
- Available between the hours of 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. to set up the polls, provide assistance to voters and conduct poll closing procedures.
Posting Political Signs?
La Puente Municipal Code section 10.34.080E sets forth the regulations regarding the placement and removal of political signs, otherwise referred to as “Non-Commercial Signs”:The City will enforce all sign regulations. Any signs that are placed in violation of State or local codes will be removed immediately and will be stored. Candidates will be notified of the removal and will have ten (10) business days to retrieve their signs before they are destroyed.
Past Election Results