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Culver City’s General Municipal Election is April 10th – What To Know!

Post Date:03/12/2018 9:16 AM

Voter Information GuideIMPORTANT DATES:

March 7, 2018: Sample Ballot and Voter Information Guides (VIGs) were mailed to registered voters who have not elected to Vote By Mail.

March 12, 2018: Vote By Mail (VBM) ballots were mailed and include a smaller version of the VIG called a VBM VIG.  To save city costs, VBM voters do not also receive the larger guide; however, both guides are posted on the Culver City Election Information website for easy reference.

March 26, 2018: Deadline to register to vote for Culver City Municipal Election. Check your voter registration status online. If you have moved, changed your name, or if your signature may have changed over time, you need to re-register! 

April 3, 2018: Los Angeles Special County Election Day. You must vote separately for each election but if you are a VBM voter, you can drop off ballots for both elections at City Hall!

April 10, 2018: Culver City Election Day!


You can Vote In Person:

  • Go to the polls on April 10, 2018! Your polling place can be found on the back cover of your Voter Information Guide (VIG), online using the LA County Polling Place Locator, or by contacting the City Clerk’s Office at 310-253-5851. If you lose your ballot or find yourself at the wrong precinct, you can always vote provisionally.
  • Drop off your Vote By Mail (VBM), in person, at any polling place in the City on Election Day. The list of polling places is located on page 2 of the VBM guide. Or drop your VBM ballot even earlier at City Hall (hours below.)

You can Vote By Mail

  • Apply using the VBM application found on the back of your Voter Information Guide, online or at the City Clerk’s Office beginning March 12, 2018. Return the application to the City Clerk’s Office no later than 5:30 PM on April 3, 2018. Apply for permanent VBM status at the LA County website,
  • Once you complete your VBM ballot, return it via mail (postage is pre-paid – no need for a stamp) or
  • Drop it off early, in the drop-off box at City Hall at 9770 Culver Blvd, 1st Floor Lobby, Culver City, CA (And you can drop off the LA County April 3 ballot there as well!)  Regular business hours are Mondays – Thursdays and alternate Fridays from 7:30am-5:30pm. Dedicated 15-minute parking spaces will be available at City Hall for ballot drop-offs!


With the help of Birdee, the City Clerk’s Office is getting the word out about the election through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Nextdoor. We are also posting information online on the Culver City Election Information website.


The post- election Official Canvassing process will be posted on the website and we will keep you up-to-date electronically, as soon as results are updated.  With our goal to increase voter turnout, we hope this information makes it easier for you to make your vote count!