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Election day is here, Patch will keep you updated throughout the day.

Polling places across the country will open Today (Tuesday, June 5), with voters exercising their right to participate in the Democratic process.

For residents of 51st Assembly District--which includes Highland Park, Mount Washington, Eagle Rock and Echo Park--that means choosing a new candidate to represent the Democratic party in the race for the newly created district.

Voters across California will also vote on Propositions 28 and 29, which seek to and , respectively.

Do you know where to go to vote? Enter your address into the Los Angeles County Clerk's polling place finder to determine where you need to cast your ballot. Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.

And follow Patch throughout the day for updates. We'll be live streaming election coverage though Cover it Live, providing up to date polling figures, reactions from voters and comments from the candidates.

David Fonseca June 05, 2012 at 05:28 PM
A few other notes. We'll start updating our live stream with election results when they start coming in at 8 p.m. You can also send us questions or comments through the livestream above, or add your comments through Twitter using the hashtag #NELAPatchElect
Tim Ryder June 05, 2012 at 09:08 PM
I went in to vote for the Roseanne Barr, the green party candidate, and the precinct workers told me I was registered Democrat which can't be correct because I changed my party affiliation to Libertarian years ago. I told them that what they have written down is incorrect and that I wanted to vote for Roseanne. They said they can't change what is written down, too bad. So I tore up my ballot and threw it in the trash. Morons!
Octavio Pescador June 06, 2012 at 01:10 AM
Great job David ... It's quite unfortunate that FP predicts a historic low turnout.
Bob Bailey June 06, 2012 at 02:20 AM
You could have done a provisional ballot.
Josef Bray-Ali June 06, 2012 at 05:38 AM
I wanted to piss off my friends, so I changed my registration to Republican this election. I got two ballots in the mail! WTF? I threw the Democratic one in the basura (I still voted the D ticket all the way - but it felt dirty doing it with a Republican ballot). I have a feeling the Democractic secretary of state has her office work extra slow changing the "D" to anything else. Either that or it is a logistical nightmare running this type of system and you only see the cracks when you change party affiliation.


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