Voters who are ready to pick the next president will have to hop over to Norwalk if they want to do it in person.

As of October 5, the Los Angeles County registrar's headquarters is open to accept ballots for the general election.

Those who'd like to cast their vote as early as possible can head on up to the third floor of the office at 12400 Imperial Highway. 

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Polling place is open in LA County as of right now

Voting hours are from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

As of right now, this is the only voting center open in LA County — more will open on October 24 and all will be open by October 30. 

On Election Day, voting hours will open up more and be from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

All centers require voters to practice social distancing and voting booths will be sanitized after each and every voter.

Voters can either fill out ballots at the registrar's office or drop off their absentee ballots, which are being mailed out this week.

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