Venice NC

Election Committee

Venice Neighborhood Council Elections
Sunday, June 2nd 2019
10am – 6pm
Oakwood Recreational Center
767 California Ave, Venice, CA 90291

Important Dates and Deadlines:
Candidate Filing Begins: Sunday, February 17
City Clerk Candidate Info Session Saturday, March 9
Candidate Mixer Event: Wednesday, March 13
Candidate Filing Deadline- 5pm: Tuesday, March 19
Candidate Document Submission Deadline- 5pm: Friday, March 22
Last Day to Challenge Candidate Qualifications: Tuesday, March 26
Last Day for Candidates to Withdraw Friday, March 29
Candidate Statements/Photos- DONE web site Deadline Sunday, May 26
VNC ELECTION DAY 10 am - 6 pm Sunday, June 2
Unofficial Results Available Wednesday, June 5
Deadline for Recount/Challenges- 5pm Friday, June 7
Final Election Certification Wednesday, June 12
Los Angeles Neighborhood Council elections happen every two years.
Venice Neighborhood Council along with LA’s other Neighborhood Councils, form the grassroots level of the City’s government. While Venice NC board members serve their communities as volunteers, they are public officials elected by the stakeholders of their community. 

1. Voting for election of Officers shall be by ballot.

2. If more than two (2) candidates are running for an Executive Officer position, a plurality
shall be sufficient to elect unless the election procedures direct otherwise.

3. No voting by proxy is allowed.

4A. Each non-community interest Voting Member shall be entitled to cast votes as
  • One (1) Vote for President
  • One (1) Vote for Vice President
  • One (1) Vote for Secretary
  • One (1) Vote for Treasurer
  • One (1) Vote for Communications Officer
  • One (1) Vote for Community Outreach Officer
  • One (1) Vote for Land Use and Planning Committee Chair
  • One (1) vote for only one (1) Community Officer. This may either be a Community interest Community Officer or a Community Officer.

4B. Each community interest Voting Member shall be entitled to cast one (1)
vote for a community interest Community Officer candidate.

4C. The Community Officer candidates with the thirteen (13) highest vote totals
and the Community Interest Community Officer with the highest vote total shall be
elected. EXCEPT, if there is no community interest candidate, the Community
Officer candidates with the fourteen (14) highest vote totals shall be elected.

Section 3: Minimum Voting Age
Any Stakeholder who is sixteen (16) years or older, or a junior or senior in high school,
may vote.

Section 4: Method of Verifying Stakeholder Status
Voters will verify their stakeholder status by providing documentation acceptable to the
City of Los Angeles and/or City Clerk—Election Division supporting that declaration.
Community interest stakeholders will also be required to provide a form of documentation to
substantiate their community interest claim.

Meetings (Agendas, Minutes, Documents)

Meeting Agenda
May 10, 2019
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The Venice Neighborhood Council is made up of individuals from our community who
are interested in improving and maintaining the quality of life of the stakeholders of Venice.

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