Dodger Stadium’s Top Deck Voting Experience Is Changing The Game

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Dodger Stadium’s Top Deck Voting Experience Is Changing The Game

Step up to the plate and cast your vote at one of these fancy kiosks at Dodger Stadium’s Top Deck.

We all know that half of what gets us out of bed to go vote, are the perks that come along with it. Whether it’s a hotdog, a fancy sticker or any other extravagant display of pride for making the effort. An incentive certainly helps make the long wait and anxiety-inducing scribbling a littl more bearable. This year, instead of huddling into tiny churches or a garage, registered voters have the opportunity to make their 2020 voting experience an iconic one. There’s a choice of L.A. landmarks to vote at, but if you’ve missed heading to the stadium, this might be the best opportunity for fans to pay a visit.

From October 30 through November 2 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Election Day from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m, you’ll be able to vote on the premises. The Top Deck will have 30 touchscreen voting kiosks spaced out on the concourse with an incredible view of the diamond, according to ABC news. It’s open-air and can accommodate up to 20,000 parked cars, making it an ideal location for a socially distanced voting. Plus there’ll be free parking at Lot P, which is a novelty in its own right.

The Los Angeles Dodgers were the first Major League Baseball team to offer their grounds to voters. Partnering with Lebron James’ More Than A Vote coalition, the Dodgers played a big part in making this unique opportunity happen.

California’s State Elections Office has partnered with outside groups to ensure there’ll be necessary personal protective equipment for poll staff and voters. Masks and gloves and hand sanitizer will be plentiful, and all voters will need to wear a mask at all times, while adhering to social distancing measures.

So far, there’s been no mention of free food or giveaways, but you can always reward yourself with a delicious vegan shake and burger at Monty’s on Sunset Boulevard.

If you haven’t registered to vote, you can do so here.

1000 Vin Scully Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012, United States

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