Today, Nov. 6, is election day in California. Do you know where to vote?
Polling places move around. If you don't know where yours is and if you live in Contra Costa County, the county elections division has a website where you can plug in your address and find the answer:
Make sure you use the official listing from the county elections division, provided on the website or on the election notice mailed to your home. Some "Democratic" election mailers with endorsements sent out by a private firm list an incorrect polling place for the household that the mailer was sent to.
If you have a mail-in ballot that you didn't mail, you can drop it off at any polling place.
And tonight after the polls close at 8 p.m., El Cerrito Patch will carry up-to-minute results of the elections. We'll have one article for local contests – including the school board race for West Contra Costa Unified School District, school revenue Measures E and G, and the race for the board of the Kensington Police Protection and Community Services District.
And we'll have another article for national and state contests, including the California ballot propositions.
For more details about local contests in El Cerrito and Kensington, see the El Cerrito Patch Election Guide. And for election-related articles from El Cerrito Patch, including letters to the editor and guest columns, check the Elections section of our website.
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