AThe federal and state general election will be held Tuesday, November 2nd. Polls will be open between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Voters will be asked to vote for U.S. president, members of Congress and a U.S. senator in California.
All members of the State Assembly will be chosen in the Tuesday election and members of the State Senate in odd-numbered districts will be elected.
Voters will find a number of Superior Court judges on the ballot.
Sixteen state measures — called propositions — are also on the Tuesday ballot.
There will be one County of Los Angeles measure on the ballot, asking for approval of a half-cent sales tax increase in the county to pay for public safety, emergency response and crime prevention.
The City of Los Angeles will have Proposition O, seeking approval of $500 million in bonds to pay for clean water projects.
Santa Monica voters will be asked to approve a two percent increase in the city hotel tax.
Voters living in the Santa Monica Community College District will be asked to approve $135 million in bonds under Measure S.
Santa Monica voters will be asked to elect three members of the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District, three members of the Santa Monica College Board of Trustees and four members of the Santa Monica City Council.