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Bruins Vote

Vote Centers at UCLA

Any voter registered in LA County can vote in person at one of three Vote Centers at UCLA.

If you are not registered to vote, you can register in person at UCLA's Ackerman Union.

Ackerman Union

Bruin Reception Room, Second Floor
308 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90024

Looking for a different Vote Center?

You may find a more convenient Vote Center location in a different part of LA County.

Watch this video to see the complete voting process at a Vote Center.

Vote-by-Mail Dropbox

Parking and Information Kiosk, Westwood Plaza

Final collection is at 7:00pm on Tuesday, September 14th.

U.S. Post Office

Ackerman Union A-Level, near the elevators

Check for hours and postmark deadlines.

Outgoing Campus Mailboxes

Various campus departments

Check with your department for USPS pickup times.

Vote Centers

Ackerman Union, Bradley International Hall, and Hammer Museum

See "Vote Centers at UCLA" above for more information.

Tracking Your Vote-by-Mail Ballot

Once you’ve submitted your Vote-by-Mail ballot, you can check your ballot status on BallotTrax.

What about Vote-by-Mail for out-of-state elections?

All Vote-by-Mail ballots for elections outside of the state of California must be postmarked by the U.S Postal Service on or before September 14th.

The BruinsVote coalition strongly encourages all out-of-state voters to mail in their ballot well before the September 14th postmark deadline and to check that their ballot has the necessary postage.

Visit the Campus Vote Project or Plan Your Vote to find the Secretary of State’s website for your site and verify your state’s election policies.

Same-Day Voting at UCLA

If you are eligible to vote in LA County and you did not register by the August 31st deadline, you will still be able to register to vote and cast a provisional ballot at any Vote Center, including the Vote Centers at UCLA.

You will be asked to complete a Conditional Voter Registration (CVR) on the spot. You will then be instructed to complete your provisional ballot on a ballot marking device.

Instead of scanning the ballot into the ballot marking device, you will hand your provisional ballot to an election official. Your provisional ballot will be counted once your Conditional Voter Registration is verified.

CVR voters can check the status of their provisional ballot at LA county's provisional ballot status service.

For more instructions, check out LA County's provisional voting instruction.