By Brian Thomas –
California voters have cast 5.8 million ballots as this story is published, according to the U.S. Election Project – the work of Professor Michael McDonald of the University of Florida Political Science Department. The project reports a record number of people voting in advance of the Nov. 3 General Election. Irvine is ready to receive ballots of voters in any of the 10 ballot dropbox locations in the city.
In person voting at any of the Irvine Vote Centers will begin on Oct. 30 (8 a.m. to 8 p.m.) through Nov. 2. On election day, Nov. 3, the centers will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Vote Center locations are located:
- Christ Our Redeemer A.M.E. Church, 45 Tesla (Between Irvine Center Drive and Lake Forest Drive)
- California State University, Fullerton, Irvine, 3 Banting (Between Barranca and Alton)
- Deerfield Community Center, 55 Deerwood W. (off Irvine Center Drive)
- Evangelical Formosan Church of Irvine, 17422 Armstrong Ave (Between McGaw and Reynolds)
- Harvard Community Center, 14701 Harvard Ave (Between Walnut and Irvine Center Drive)
- Irvine Civic Center**, 1 Civic Center Plaza (Corner of Harvard and Alton)
- Irvine Valley College – Gym – 5500 Irvine Center Drive (Enter Irvine Center Drive, Park in Lot 9)
- Las Lomas Community Center**, 10 Federation Way (off Turtle Ridge Drive)
- Los Olivos Community Center**, 101 Alfonso (off Bake Parkway)
- Northwood Community Center, 4531 Bryan Ave (Between Yale and Culver)
- Quail Hill Community Center**, 39 Shady Canyon Dr (off Quail Hill Parkway)
- South Coast Chinese Cultural Center, 9 Truman (Between 5 Freeway and Trabuco)
- University of California, Irvine, Student Center, 311 W. Peltason Dr (off Pereira, Student Center Parking)
- University Hills Community Center, 1083 California Ave (South of Anteater)
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