Los Angeles County Progressive Voting Guide 2022 Voter Cheat Sheet
Ballots for the 2022 general election are due November 8 — here are Knock LA’s recommendations for Los Angeles County
Ballots for the November general election have been mailed out and are due November 8. Have you filled out and dropped off your ballot yet?
Every election cycle, a group of volunteer writers and editors at Knock LA put together a progressive voter guide, and this year it’s more important than ever to vote out corruption from Los Angeles City Council and other city and county offices like judge of the Superior Court and LA city attorney.
For Los Angeles County residents wondering who are the best progressive candidates who will actually make a difference, here is Knock LA’s quick voting cheat sheet. There’s even a handy QR code in the corner in case you want to revisit the 2022 general election guide in its entirety.
Both these handy LA County voting guides and our full voter guide are available in both English and Spanish. Anyone who wants supplemental reading can also check out our extensive coverage of LA City Council (including the racist leaked audio that has Angelenos demanding the resignation of Councilmember Kevin de León) and 2022 elections reporting.
It is within the power of Los Angeles politicians to build and preserve affordable housing, achieve universal healthcare, stop planet-destroying emissions, and reimagine public safety. The time is now. Vote accordingly, LA County.
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Note: Measure CC: LACCD is listed as “Measure LA: LACCD” on the ballot. The LA County Cannabis tax is Measure C on the ballot.
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