Cast your vote at Universal Studios Hollywood!
Universal announced that its CityWalk location in Hollywood will be used as a voting center for this year’s election.
We have all the details direct from Universal:
Universal City, California, October 19, 2020 – Universal CityWalkis teaming with the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk to serve as an official voting location for the upcoming General Election. Any Los Angeles County voter can securely cast their ballot in-person beginning Saturday, October 24 through Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Free self-parking will be available to all visitors during this voting period.
The Vote Center at Universal CityWalk will also serve as a Vote by Mail Drop Box for all voters who prefer to return their voted mail-in ballot in-person.
Voting will take place in an area of the Jurassic Parking structure. All visitors arriving to vote will be required to wear face coverings. Voting details are as follows:
Early Voting: October 24 – November 2
10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Election Day: November 3
7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
“We’re proud to partner with the Los Angeles County Registrar Office to engage L.A. county residents in the election process as they cast their ballots and make their voices heard,” said Karen Irwin, President and COO, Universal Studios Hollywood. “As one of L.A. County’s diverse cultural epicenters, we are thrilled to have Universal CityWalk be a Vote Center for residents to fulfill their civic duty.”
If you are planning on casting your vote at the CityWalk location, there are a few health and safety details you should know:
- Temperature checks for all Guests upon arrival. If temperatures exceed 100.4° Fahrenheit / 38° Celsius or greater, Guests will not be permitted to enter.
- Face coverings required for all Guests throughout their visit. Face coverings also will be available for purchase.
- Controlled occupancy on CityWalk and at all CityWalk venues to help enforce physical distancing. Some areas and programs may remain temporarily closed.
- Rigorous cleaning and disinfecting at all food locations and all high touch points areas.
- Physical distancing practices at all locations throughout CityWalk.
- Cashless payments and “no touch” policies wherever possible.
It is great that during the continued temporary closure of Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal has found a way to put their CityWalk space to good use. CityWalk has been reopened since June.
Will you be voting at Universal CityWalk? Let us know in the comments!