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Join in with your reactions to Tuesday's voting on a host of ballot measures and City Council and school board seats.

You've voted, or maybe you haven't, but you still have a lot to say about Tuesday's Los Angeles municipal election. 

Whether you are for or against taxes on marijuana dispensaries or have a particular City Council race you are closely watching, we want to hear from you.

Join our Cover It Live chat beginning at 5 p.m. as Patch local editors and contributors report on the latest developments leading up to the final results. We'll take your comments and questions on the election and its impact until about 11 p.m.

Voters will decide the fate of 10 citywide ballot measures and choose the candidates who will fill City Council and school board seats, so there's lots to talk about.

We'll have tweets, photos and polls throughout the evening and reports from candidates' parties, plus links to stories from Patch and other election sources.

Participate and be part of the conversation and coverage as voters determine Los Angeles' political future.

Tim Root March 09, 2011 at 03:38 AM
I spent three hours at three different locations today and saw a grand total of two people show up to vote. Neither of which had any idea before seeing the sample ballot that there was a race for the District 4 seat.
Heidi Birker March 09, 2011 at 04:10 AM
I always vote by mail. No one I talked to today even knew there was an election. It seems no one cares unless it's statewide or national.

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