Election Info, Ballot Recommendations, & Voting Resources

Election Information

Vote.jpgWant to #BikeTheVote for the March 7th election? LACBC is your source for election information and candidate positions on biking and walking. You can #BikeTheVote by:

  1. Make sure you're registered to vote: registertovote.ca.gov.
  2. Educating yourself about the candidates and items on the ballot. As a 501(c)3, we cannot endorse candidates. Look up a sample ballot.
  3. Spreading the word and getting your friends to vote.
  4. Knowing your voting rights! Your employer is required by law to give you time off to vote. You can vote if your name isn’t on the list using a provisional ballot. You can vote after polls close, as long as you’re in line. You can change your vote if you make a mistake — just ask for a new ballot. You can take your vote-by-mail ballot to any polling location (and you can trade it for a new one if you make a mistake on it).
  5. Voting on Tuesday, March 7th! Find your polling location, and make sure you bike the vote. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Apply for a Vote By Mail Ballot: Those who intend to vote by mail may submit an application for a VBM ballot to the County beginning Monday, February 6, 2017. All applications must be received by the County no later than Tuesday, February 28, 2017. For questions regarding VBM for the March 7th election please contact the County at (800) 815-2666 or visit their website.

Returning Completed VBM Ballots: All VBM ballots must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Election Day, March 7, 2017. They may be dropped off at any polling location on Election Day. However, VBM ballots postmarked by Election Day will be counted if received within three days.

Multilingual Hotline: (800) 994-8683

LACBC has taken the following position:

 

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NO on Measure S (Building Moratorium, L.A. City)

LACBC opposes Measure S because this measure because it would speed up gentrification and displacement, stands in opposition to density (a key component of making a city more bikeable), prioritizes car travel above all other forms of public transportation, undoes the benefits of the L.A. Bicycle Parking Ordinance, and would dry up fees for bike facilities. Read more about LACBC's statement here

 

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YES on Measure H (Homeless Services, L.A. County)

LACBC supports Measure H because we work hard to serve all people who ride, including those without homes who face challenging circumstances in our communities. 


 

Candidate Surveys

West Hollywood City Council: LACBC local chapter West Hollywood Bicycle Coalition conducted surveys for city council candidates. View the survey responses here

 

 

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