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Just over two months after Los Angeles residents went to the polls, it’s election day once again.

A voter casts his ballot at the Hollywood Recreation Center in the March primary. (Credit: Mark Boster/Los Angeles Times)

Voters will choose two new school board members, two new L.A. City Council members and weigh in on a police discipline ballot measure.

Winners of the school board and council races will serve a 5½-year term, rather than the usual four-year term, because of a onetime change in election cycles.

About 13% of the vote-by-mail ballots sent out by the city have been returned, said Cecilia Reyes, a spokeswoman for the City Clerk.

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