In light of COVID-19 and the Stay at Home Order issued by the Governor, the Compton City Clerk’s office is providing candidates with additional support and options for issuing and filing documents during the April 20, 2021 election nomination period. The purpose of these guidelines is to ensure all candidates and City elections officials have a healthy and safe environment during the candidate filing process.
•ELECTION UPDATE AS OF 4-27-21
•NOTICE OF ELECTION 2021
•CANDIDATE GUIDELINES FOR ISSUING AND SUBMITTING NOMINATION PAPERWORK
•REQUEST TO RECEIVE NOMINATION DOCUMENTS
•ELECTION’S FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
•2021 PRIMARY NOMINATING CANDIDATES LIST - Updated: 03-03-2021
LA County’s voting system is undergoing a major update, just in time for the upcoming March 3, 2020 Presidential Primary Election.
The County’s new voting experience, called Voting Solutions for All People (VSAP), will allow voters to vote at any vote center in the County, instead of one designated polling place. In addition, fully accessible voting equipment will be available at every vote center and voting will be available for 11 days, instead of just one day. Finally, the County is moving away from reliance on paper rosters and will move to electronic pollbooks, which will allow for same-day voter registration.
For more information, please see the three fact sheets below.