Glimpses
Waiting on line outside a church to vote
A pollster at work
Surveying a voter
Mijoo Peace Church in KTown
Putting up signs as the polls open
Voting at the Mijoo Peace Church
Heading out after voting
Going in to vote
A KTown polling place
Curbside voting sign
Waiting on line to vote
No electioneering (translated)
Voting at the local firehouse
Taking surveys after voting
An empty polling place
Voting in a church
Waiting on line in KTown
Colorful signs in different languages
Voting!
Voting in a gymnasium
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An Election Day in the Life of KTown

Zócalo Captures Photos of the Polling Places In Our Neighborhood

If you’re going to the polls today, take care to make your vote count (see Robert Benedetti’s piece for a few tips). Meanwhile, as we wait for results from across six time zones to come in, we take a closer-to-home look at Election Day happenings here in Koreatown, site of Zócalo headquarters and one of L.A.’s most diverse neighborhoods.