Tarzana Neighborhood Council Elections May 19, 2019 at the Tarzana Child Care Center, 5700 Beckford Ave, Tarzana 91356 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
If you are interested in becoming a candidate, come to the
Rally in the Valley on Saturday February 9th 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Candidate workshop from 11:00 to 1:00
Sepulveda Unitarian Universalist Society
9550 Haskell Ave, North Hills 91343
CANDIDATE INFO VIDEO
This four-minute video gives an overview of what Neighborhood Council members do and what candidates for Neighborhood Council office can expect:
WHERE & HOW TO REGISTER AS A CANDIDATE
Register online athttps://clerkappsele.lacity.org/nccr/#/register. Read and download a guide to using the Candidate Registration website here: http://tiny.cc/NCCandidateRegGuide
Create a login first, then use it to sign into the portal and fill out your application
To avoid your personal email being published publicly, create a custom email for your political business before creating your candidate registration login, then use that address for your application and all other Neighborhood Council-related business
CANDIDATE REGISTRATION DEADLINES
While the basic candidate application form has to be filed by the stated deadline for your Neighborhood Council, you may edit your candidate statement and photo up until one week before your Election Day, so don’t worry about having to create a polished essay or a great photo before you apply! If you submit the basic form by the deadline, you will also have an additional 72 hours past that filing deadline to submit any required eligibility documents. Candidate registration for Tarzana Neighborhood Council ends March 5th at 5:00 Pm PST. Election timelines vary between Councils; look up yours here:http://bit.ly/2019NCElectionDates
HOW TO LOOK UP VOTER ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
It’s important to let voters know what to bring to the polls in order to vote for you.
To look up voter requirements, select your Neighborhood Council from the list on this page:http://tiny.cc/NCbylaws. Election parameters are stated in Article X of a Council’s Bylaws. Attachment B contains a list of board seats and eligibility requirements for each one, including the minimum voting age.
Make sure to look at the actual seat you are running for, as some Councils have different eligibility requirements for different seats.
HOW TO LOOK UP PAST ELECTIONS HISTORY FOR YOUR COUNCIL
To see voter turnout for Neighborhood Council elections from 2002 - 2016, select your Council from this list: http://tiny.cc/NCElectionsHistory