Bike the Vote: Resources for Spring Elections
Want to #BikeTheVote this election? LACBC is your source for election information and candidate positions on biking and walking. You can #BikeTheVote by:
- Register to vote! The deadline to register for the March 3rd election has already passed (on February 17th). However, make sure you register for the run-off election in May here: http://registertovote.ca.gov
- Educate yourself about the candidates and items on the ballot! As a 501(c)3, we cannot endorse candidates, but we will provide resources for you through the election season including candidate surveys and information about candidate forums where you can learn more about where candidates stand on important bike and livability issues. Updates are posted below.
- Spread the word and get your friends to vote!
- Vote on election day (or by mail by the appropriate deadline)! Find your polling location, and make sure you bike the vote.
As a 501(c)(3), LACBC cannot endorse candidates, but we can provide you with resources to help you make educated decisions at the polls. This week, we received several responses from candidates in Council District 4 and Council District 14 to surveys we sent out. Below are links to their responses, in the order that they were received.
Council District 4
Not Received: Jay Beeber, Tara Bannister, Teddy Davis, Step Jones, Joan Pelico, David Ryu, Rostom "Ross" Sarkissian, Mike Schaefer
Council District 14
Not Received: Mario Chavez, Gloria Molina, John O'Neill
Primary Elections in City of L.A. and other Cities
When: Tuesday, March 3; 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: Find your polling place here: lavote.net/locator
Other Races Around the County
West Hollywood: Our local chapter WeHoBC has candidate surveys up for City Council candidates. The West Hollywood election is on March 3rd.
Pasadena: The Pasadena Complete Streets Coalition has candidate surveys up for mayoral candidates and District 1. The Pasadena election is on March 10th.