Hundreds of people take to the streets of downtown Los Angeles to celebrate and protest on Nov. 6 when news outlets started projecting that former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and California Senator Kamala Harris would win the 2020 presidential election.
Taking a step back from talking to someone with opposing views is a smart decision during the election in the United States. The East Los Angeles College Emergency Preparedness team said on Thursday that the elections have brought a high level of anxiety to society especially in lower income areas.
East Los Angeles College as well as all other Los Angeles Community College District colleges will be used as voting centers for the 2020 election. LACCD announced that ELAC would serve as a vote center just as it did for the March primaries.