LA Elections: Matadors get out to vote

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The polls are open today for the Los Angeles city elections, which means Angelenos are going out to vote. We asked students, faculty and staff on campus why they voted.

 

“As a citizen, it’s my duty to vote." Dr. Jane Bayes, professor of political science at CSUN.
“As a citizen, it’s my duty to vote.”
Dr. Jane Bayes, professor of political science at CSUN.

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“It’s the one chance to have your voice be heard -- to make a difference.” Oscar Valdovinos, sophomore biotechnology major at CSUN.
“It’s the one chance to have your voice be heard — to make a difference.”
Oscar Valdovinos, sophomore biotechnology major at CSUN.

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“I think it’s important to be involved in the community and politics running our country." Cat Carrigan, IT worker at CSUN.
“I think it’s important to be involved in the community and politics running our country.”
Cat Carrigan, IT worker at CSUN.

If you’re interested in taking part in this year’s March elections, polls are open until 8 p.m. More information, including a list of candidates and ballot measures, can be found on the Los Angeles city clerk’s website.