Venice Neighborhood Council Election is today, June 5th. Get out there and vote!
The entire board of the Venice Neighborhood Council (VNC) is up for election on June 5, 2016. There are 21 seats on the Board – 7 named offices, each with its unique duties, and 14 Community Officer seats.
Location: Oakwood Recreational Center, 767 California St., Venice, CA 90291.
Time: 10 A.M. -6 P.M.
See and hear candidates! Videos from the June 1 & 2 forums. venicenc.org/elections-ad-hoc-committee-for-2016/
View all election info here! http://empowerla.org/
Info on Board and Officers Responsibilities:
List of All Candidates and Statements:
Who can vote, and what to bring!
Neighborhood Council elections are open to everyone who lives, works or owns real property in the neighborhood and also to those who declare a stake in the neighborhood as a community interest stakeholder, defined as a person who affirms a substantial and ongoing participation within the neighborhood council’s boundaries and who may be in a community organization such as, but not limited to, educational, non-profit and/or religious organizations.
In order to vote, you must bring the following to the polls:
- A photo ID that establishes your identity
- Documentation that shows that you live, work, own, or have a substantial and ongoing participation. (In some cases, your photo ID might cover both requirements.) Whatever you provide must show an address within the council boundaries. Learn more and see a list of accepted IDs & qualifying documents HERE.
NEED HELP? Write [email protected], or call (818) 293-VOTE (8683)
Rock and roll to the polls with the Rasta Bus!
Photo from YoVenice!
On June 5th The Rasta Bus will Rock and Roll voters into the Oakwood Recreation Center for the Venice Neighborhood Council Elections. The free shuttle service aims to make voting as easy , and fun, as possible.Venice Duck Brewery will be providing cold draft beer for voters on board The Rasta Bus. The shuttle will roll and the draft will flow from 10 am 5 pm and is completely complimentary. View bus stops and full article by YoVenice’s Mel Camp here!