Yes, there's an election next month.

So called midterm elections (two years before or after presidential elections) are notorious for their low turnout. But if you don't vote, you can't complain about the clowns elected by the people who do.

See also: California Voter Guide for Nov. 4, 2014: L.A. Weekly

Jobs up for your approval in Los Angeles County include seats in congress and the state legislature, governor, lieutenant governor, state attorney general, county supervisor, sheriff and more. Here's what you can still do to get your vote on if you're not registered: 


The good news is that you have all day today — until 11:59 p.m. — to register. And, knowing our Angelenos, you'll need it.

Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Dean C. Logan says you're not registered if your address has changed. You'll also lose your registration if you haven't voted in the last few elections.

You can check to see if you're already registered here. You can also easily register online now, at

You can drop off a registration form (available at government buildings such as post offices and libraries) at the Registrar's headquarters at 12400 Imperial Highway, Norwalk.

Finally, you can register in person at UCLA or Cal State Los Angeles from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today.

Here are the lists of candidates and measures on the L.A. county ballot. Just don't blame us for the slim pickins. 

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