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Los Angeles will send mail-in ballot to every voter, as debate over coronavirus-era elections continues

Each qualified Los Angeles County voter will get a polling form via the post office for all decisions beginning with the November general political decision, authorities declared Tuesday.

The L.A. Region Board of Supervisors casted a ballot collectively for the measure Tuesday, as developing worry over dangers keep on ascending in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The district has more than 5.5 million enrolled voters — a number higher than the whole populace of the greater part of American states.

In spite of the fact that L.A. Area’s stay-at-home request is as yet set to be lifted on May 15, wellbeing authorities and district pioneers have recognized that some type of social removing will in any case be required for an all-inclusive timeframe. Such measures may ruin the enlistment of political race laborers or make face to face casting a ballot troublesome, official said.

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