Los Angeles Voter Turnout Tool
Developed by the Center for Inclusive Democracy (CID) at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy, the Los Angeles County Voter Turnout Tool is a first-of-its-kind interactive mapping resource for visualizing ballots cast by registered voters in real time during an election period. The Tool also visualizes early registered voter turnout by precinct for the November 2020 General Election. Click on Los Angeles County to view results from the 2022 General Election.
About The Tool
To help boost voter engagement and participation across Los Angeles County during the 2022 General Election, CID, in partnership with the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (RR/CC), is rolling out an update of its digital Los Angeles County Voter Turnout Tool. The tool will provide voting advocacy groups, election officials, and the general public with unofficial counts of voters who have cast a ballot in Los Angeles County by mail and in-person, starting October 29th through the November 8th General Election.
The web-based Voter Turnout Tool utilizes data from the Los Angeles County RR/CC to create visualized data maps of registered voters who have cast their ballot by precinct and at Vote Center locations. The data provided by the RR/CC does not include a tally of votes cast as official election results cannot be tallied before 8 p.m. on Election Day. CID will provide updates daily during the early voting period that begins October 29th, and hourly on Election Day showing the number of ballots returned (or cast) based on voter participation data from the RR/CC. In addition, the tool will enable users to map neighborhood demographic characteristics, as well as previous election turnout data to inform outreach and voter education efforts. Click here to view the archived Los Angeles County Voter Turnout Tool for the 2020 General Election.