The League of Women Voters Pasadena Area has established a voter hotline for the Sept. 14 recall election against Gov. Gavin Newsom.
The hotline can be reached at (626) 798-0965.
The hotline will be open from 2 to 7 p.m. through Sept. 13 and from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Election Day.
Voters can get information on voter registration, ballot drop boxes and other information by calling the hotline.
“Every eligible voter deserves to have their vote count,” the group said in a press release.
In-person early voting began on Saturday.
The L.A. County Registrar’s office said more than 7,500 people have voted in person, according to CBS News.
In Pasadena, vote-by-mail drop boxes have been installed at City Hall, and at Brookside, Grant, Victory and Washington parks.
According to LAvote.net, there are more than 400 secure drop boxes located throughout Los Angeles County.
The boxes have been placed at the same locations they were placed at during the presidential election.
The L.A. County Registrar-Recorder’s Office began sending out vote-by-mail ballots to registered voters earlier this month. Voters can return their ballots by mail, or return their completed ballot at a ballot drop box.
No postage is required to return the ballot by mail. Ballots can be dropped off at vote centers next month.
Pasadena Transit will provide free rides on Election Day so that local residents can easily vote in the gubernatorial recall election.
Voters will be asked to answer two questions on the ballot: 1) Shall Gov. Gavin Newsom be recalled (removed) from the office of Governor? 2) Candidates to succeed Gavin Newsom as Governor if he is recalled (followed by a list of candidates to select from).
The county Registrar-Recorder’s Office worked with Pasadena’s City Clerk last year to determine convenient and accessible locations for the boxes.