Election Tonight - November 3
KHTS has received calls from a some voters who have experienced difficulty at the polls. If you are unable to vote at your regular polling place for any reason, you have the right to fill out a provisional ballot at any other polling place. Here are some polling places listed by area:
College of the Canyons
Hyatt Regency Valencia
Grace Baptist Church
Plum Canyon Elementary
Val Verde Park
Castaic Regional Sports Complex
SCV Senior Center
First Presbyterian Church
La Mesa Jr. High
Canyon Country Park
Fire Station 124
Local ballots will decide school boards, weigh in on the westside.
Last November, Santa Claritans went to the polls contemplating issues of national and worldwide importance, but this year, the focus is back on our hometown. From 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on November 3, Santa Clarita Valley residents will make their voices heard and get to sport some super cool stickers.
The results of the election will decide the makeup of several governing boards, including those for the William S. Hart Union High, Sulphur Springs, and Newhall school districts, the Santa Clarita Community College District, and the Newhall Water District. Valley voters can look up their polling places and view their sample ballot here.
The elections for the Sulphur Springs and Saugus Union School Districts have been cancelled because the candidate fields consist only of incumbents running unopposed.
Residents of the unincorporated L.A. County areas of the Santa Clarita Valley will be asked to weigh in on the future status of their communities. In three separate questions, they will be asked to support or oppose the status quo, the incorporation of a new city, and annexation into the City of Santa Clarita. The ballot, which is for advisory purposes only, is constructed such that voters could support some, none, or all of the three options. Unincorporated areas include Sunset Pointe, Stevenson Ranch, Southern Oaks, Westridge, Tesoro, Castaic, and Val Verde.
More information on the races is available here. Remember to vote and be sure to check hometownstation.com on Election Night for complete results as returns come in.