Plummer Park’s Voting Center Isn’t Working

Early voting for the March 3 election opened at 7 a.m. this morning, but a glitch of some sort immediately shut down one of the two voting centers in West Hollywood.

A sign posted today at Plummer Park’s Fiesta Hall said “This L.A. County Registrar voting location is not currently open. If you are scheduled to work/vote, please make your way to Pam (sic) Pacific Park Recreation Center, 7600 Beverly Blvd., L.A.,” which is 1.6 miles away.

The option within West Hollywood is the Community Room at West Knoll Apartments, 838 N. West Knoll Drive in West Hollywood. It is open to voters from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day through March 3.

Others nearby in Los Angeles are the Laurel Elementary School Auditorium, 925 N. Hayworth Ave., the Fairfax Senior Center Multi-purpose Room, 7929 Melrose Ave., the Rosewood STEM Magnet School Auditorium at 503 N. Croft Ave., and the Fairfax High School Rotunda Room, 7850 Melrose Ave.

A spokesperson for the L.A. County Registrar’s Office said they were looking into the cause of the issue.

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6 months ago

Clearly, there ARE issues with Secure Voting. I was At Plummer Park when this happened on Sat the 22nd. An elder resident was trying to get help to “vote.” There was NO Staff strategically placed that could help her. It was 3 Park patrons, like myself that tried to help her. That SIGN in the pic was only there because I went with her to the main entrance & asked Staff why they didn’t have ANY signs throughout the Park directing people to specific events & why there was nothing to indicate that the Voting in Fiesta Hall was not… Read more »