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Los Angeles, California — On Thursday, the Los Angeles County Lottery will begin selling a lottery ticket for a new winner in the Big Apple.

In fact, lottery officials said they are only one week away from issuing more than 500,000 of these tickets, and more than 1 million people will get one.

The winners will be announced in a lottery-themed event in the city’s City Hall.

The Los Angeles City Hall lottery will be held Thursday and Friday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.p.m., starting with the winning ticket.

There will be a drawing for those lucky enough to get their tickets.

If you get your ticket and have not yet received one, you can still enter in the drawing on the day of the drawing.

The lottery is the largest of its kind in the world, with millions of people nationwide winning.

More than $2 billion has been raised to help fund the Big City Lottery, and it is one of the largest and most expensive gambling events in the country.

The ticket for the Big California Lottery winner is $3,500.

It will be distributed by the Los Angels, Los Angeles and Los Angeles-Long Beach lines.

Tickets will go on sale at 5 p-8 p.s.m..