West Hollywood City Council 2019 Candidate Forum

WEST HOLLYWOOD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & THE LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF LOS ANGELES TO HOST WEST HOLLYWOOD CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE FORUM MODERATED BY NBC4 ANCHOR AND REPORTER ROBERT KOVACIK In anticipation of the upcoming municipal election, the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a candidate forum for West Hollywood City Council candidates. Co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Los Angeles and moderated by Robert Kovacik, Anchor and Reporter for NBC4 Southern California, the forum will take place on Tuesday January 29th, 2019 from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm at The West Hollywood City Council Chambers/Public Meeting Room located at 625 North San Vicente Boulevard.   Continue reading

City to Host Two Voter Registration Pop-Ups in Advance of the General Election

Voter Registration Pop-Ups will Take Place on Monday, October 8 and Monday, October 22 During Farmer’s Market at Plummer Park Continue reading

CITY OF WEST HOLLYWOOD GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION: MARCH 7, 2017

On Tuesday, March 7, 2017, the City of West Hollywood will hold its General Municipal Election.  This will allow the Citizens of West Hollywood to elect two (2) members to the City Council.  The nomination period for City Council candidates begins on November 14, 2016 and ends on December 9, 2016.  If you are interested in running for City Council please contact the City Clerk’s Office (323-848-6409) in early November to schedule an appointment to receive your nomination papers and review all required deadlines for becoming an official candidate on the March 7, 2017 Ballot. Please click here for more information.  Continue reading

How Permanent Vote by Mail works

Firstly, any registered voter may become a Permanent Vote by Mail voter. Permanent Vote by Mail voters do not need to apply for future elections. A ballot will automatically be mailed for each election in which voters are eligible to vote. A voter's name shall be deleted from the Permanent Vote by Mail voter list if he or she fails to return a Vote by Mail Ballot for four (4) consecutive statewide general elections. Click here for more information Continue reading