Name that neighborhood council slate

Another round of elections is scheduled on Thursday for six Eastside neighborhood councils that cover communities from Boyle Heights and Lincoln Heights to Eagle Rock and Highland Park. Most of the vote seekers will emerge victorious since there is only one neighborhood council – Lincoln Heights – where there are more candidates than open seats, according to a review of the elections conducted by EGP News (In come cases. however, multiple candidates are running to represent the same district within a neighborhood council). Some candidates are taking no chances, figuring there is strength numbers instead of running as individuals. The result has been the creation of at least two official slates, which, depending on your point of view, is either a symbol of big city political machines or the race for 10th grade student council. Lincoln Heights voters are being urged to support the “Action Team.” Meanwhile, in Highland Park, the Nueva Vista slate is fielding a 11 candidates to serve on the Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council.

How big of an impact will the slates have? Only the election results will tell. Voters will be able to cast their ballots between 2 PM and 8 PM

Related links:
2010 Neighborhood Council Elections, races and polling places. EGP News
Neighborhood Council Elections. City of Los Angeles
Highland Park council candidates. Vote Highland Park
Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council
Boyle Heights Neighborhood Council
Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council
Glassell Park Neighborhood Council

Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council
Lincoln Heights Neighborhood Council

One comment

  1. i think you mised one neighborhood council in the northeast………..la-32 neighborhood council

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