Vote to Select Two New Culver City Councilmembers this Tuesday

Please remember to VOTE Tuesday, April 8, to select two members of the City Council. Polls open at 7:00 AM and close at 8:00 PM. You can confirm your voting location with your ballot or using THIS website.

Your four choices for the City Council this year are Gary Abrams, Jim B. Clarke, Jeffrey "Jeff" Cooper, and Christopher Patrick "CPK" King.

Gary Abrams' Top Priorities if Elected:

  • Affordable Housing/ Rent Control/ Living Wages
  • Fiscal Responsibility
  • School Pool Community Property

Jim Clarke's Top Priorities if Elected"

  • Following through on constituent needs and concerns
  • Strengthening Culver City's fiscal outlook.
  • Maintaining high quality services and protecting our neighborhoods

 

Jeff Cooper's Top Priorities if Elected"

  • Continuing the City's Smart Fiscal Policies and Promoting Economic Development
  • Protecting Culver City from Fracking and LAX Expansion
  • Focusing on Environmental Goals to Make Culver City Greener

Christopher Patrick King's Top Priorities if Elected:

  • Creating a comprehensive economic development plan that looks into the next 5,10, and 20 years
  • Creating a neighborhood advisory panel to help make government more beholden to its community
  • Protecting our environment. Fracking needs to be banned in Culver City.

Whether you vote for Cooper, Clarke, King, or Abrams, the important thing is that you vote. In these local elections, every vote truly counts. In the 2010 Council election, there was just a 31-vote difference between the candidate who won and the one who lost!

In keeping with tradition, ballots will be processed and counted at the Mike Balkman Council Chambers at Culver City City Hall (9770 Culver Boulevard) beginning at 7:45 pm. Members of the public are welcome to come to the chambers and watch.  Results will also be posted on the city's website and broadcast on the city's television channel:  CCTV 35 (AT & T Uverse Channel 37 and Verizon FIOS.

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