LeBron James' voting-rights group has partnered with the Los Angeles Dodgers to make Dodger Stadium a polling place for the November general election.

It marks the first time a Major League Baseball team has offered its facility as a voting center.

The initiative came together after More Than a Vote -- the group James created in late June to combat voter suppression -- teamed with the Dodgers, who have used the stadium as a site for coronavirus testing and food distribution in recent months.

For the five days leading up to the Nov. 3 election, all registered voters in Los Angeles County will be able to park for free and vote at the stadium.