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Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Town Council Elections Early Voting Reportedly Goes Smoothly, Turnout Exceeds Council’s Expectations
Election Committee Chairman Okorie Ezieme said the Altadena Election Early Voting on Tuesday “was well conducted and orderly” and that there were no unusual incidents.
“The turn out was great — exceeded our expectations,” Ezieme said in a late-night email. “While, the Election Committee is not prepared and / or required to announce or release any data at this time, the total number of votes cast is expected to set another record for Early Voting.”
Altadena Sheriff’s Station Lieutenant Lewis and Sergeant Bossier picked up the Ballot box at 9 p.m. from the Altadena Main Library and transported it to the Altadena Sheriff Station and secured in a locked cabinet at the Station, Ezieme said.
Residents can also vote this Saturday, June 6, between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. at any of the nine polling locations all over town.
Altadena Community Center (730 E Altadena Dr) Altadena Library (600 E Mariposa St) Coffee Gallery (2029 Lake Ave) Farnsworth Park (568 E Mt Curve Ave) Gordy’s Garage (843 W Woodbury Rd) Loma Alta Park (3330 N Lincoln Ave) Mint Leaf Restaurant (2535 E Washington Blvd) Podley Properties (1471 E Altadena Dr) Ralph’s Market (2270 Lake Ave)
Voters must provide an ID such as a driver license or utility bill for proof of residence.