View and download the results of the HCNC elections held on April 3, 2014
Congratulations to all the winners and thanks to all candidates and voters for your participation! New Board Members will be installed at the May 13 Board Meeting.
HCNC elections will be held on April 3, 2014!
All Stakeholders, come vote!*
@ Little Tokyo Towers
455 E. 3rd St., Suite 101 / Los Angeles, California 90013
From 3:00pm – 7:00pm
For more information about the candidates and election visit EmpowerLA
* According to the Bylaws, Article IV, Stakeholders are defined as follows:
“The Historic & Cultural Neighborhood Council shall be diverse, inclusive and open to all community stakeholders. A community stakeholder is defined as any individual who lives, works, or owns property or a business within the Council’s boundaries. In addition, community stakeholder status may be identified by participation in non-profit groups, schools, associations and organizations located within the boundaries of the Council.”
HCNC Election Timeline:
Preparation for 2014 Neighborhood Council Elections
Letter from the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment, 10/16/2013:
Dear Historic Cultural Neighborhood Council,
Hope all is well.
Please put the two following agenda items on your October or November agenda.
You are in Region 6-Central 2 and your region will be having elections on April 3rd. The selection of the Election/Outreach chairs and the approval of the Elections Stipulation Sheet will need to be done by November 22, 2013.
Please read below for more information:
Mayor Eric Garcetti opened Neighborhood Council Elections Season with a challenge during his keynote speech at the Congress of Neighborhoods, calling on NC Board Members to pursue greater stakeholder engagement during the 2014 Neighborhood Council Elections and to increase voter turnout at the polls. He even promised to swear in the Board that has the best increase in community participation during the elections.
EmpowerLA followed up on the Mayor’s challenge with three workshops at the Congress of Neighborhoods that focused on Elections and Outreach and featured Holly Wolcott, LA’s Interim City Clerk, and her Elections team plus the EmpowerLA Elections Team.
Isaias Cantu and Christopher Garcia will be representing the City Clerk’s Office during election season and will be responsible for Candidate filing, Vote-by-Mail, Ballot production, Voter registration, and Polling Supply production.
Glenn Bailey and Jose Galdamez will be representing EmpowerLA during election season and will be responsible for Independent Election Administrators, Outreach, Communications, Candidate Workshops, Volunteers, and Polling Place operations.
EmpowerLA and the City Clerk will both be doing what they do best, resulting in a commitment to making the 2014 Elections the best yet, rising to meet the Mayor’s challenge and to exceed expectations along the way.
The immediate next steps for Neighborhood Councils are simple:
1) Select an Elections Chair and an Outreach Chair and fill out the Liaison Form with their contact information.
2) Fill out the Election Procedures Stipulation Worksheet and submit it so the City Clerk and EmpowerLA can get to work organizing the Neighborhood Council elections.
3) Join EmpowerLA at the upcoming Leadership Academy Workshops where the Elections Team will feature Outreach and Communications and the Field Staff will be presenting Emergency Preparedness plans.
Saturday, October 19 – Valley – 8am – Marvin Braude Building – 6262 Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys, CA
Tuesday, October 29 – East – 6pm – Glassel Park Community Center – 3750 N Verdugo Road, LA., 90065
Saturday, November 2 – Central – 1pm – Hollywood Constituent Center, 6501 Fountain Ave., Hollywood , CA
Thursday, November 7 – West LA – 6pm – TBA
Saturday, November 16 – Harbor – 8am – TBA
Saturday, November 23 – South LA – 8am – TBA
4) Connect with the Neighborhood Councils in your region and organize an Outreach Committee that can connect with EmpowerLA and get started on communicating your regional voice.
If you have any questions or comments or ideas or just want to chat, email Elections@EmpowerLA.org or call 818-293-VOTE (8683).
The link below now includes the Election Results
The 2012 HCNC ELECTION is being held on
November 15 from 9AM – 3PM at the
Cathedral High School Cafeteria
1253 Bishop Road, 90012
See EmpowerLA.org for the remaining Election Info.
2010 Election Preparation
click here for the Schedule of Meetings
From: Sandra Mendoza [mailto:Sandra.Mendoza@lacity.org]
Sent: Thursday, April 16, 2009 9:49 AM
To: Sandra Mendoza
Subject: Sat, April 18!
Dear Neighborhood Council Board Members:
I would like to introduce myself to you all. My name is Sandra Mendoza and I am the NC Project Coordinator from the City Clerk – Election Division’s office who will likely be corresponding with you about your 2010 NC Elections. Though the date sounds far away, with all “by the book” processes, considering how often NC meetings occur, and taking into consideration how long yet to be determined policies and actions will take – you will have to trust me that we are kicking this off at the right time.
On the attached flyer are some very important dates for the next couple of months. The dates are for a series of meetings that will shape the policies and the decision making process for how the City Clerk will implement your 2010 Elections. I encourage, highly recommend, urge you…dont know how else to plea…to attend the policy making process for the NC Elections, at the very least – I ask that your NC assign board members to attend and participate on behalf of your council. This invite is not limited to committees, and/or e-board, this is an open invite to those interested in the development of NC Election Procedures. The meetings schedule has been widely distributed (mostly electronically) through DONE or the City Clerk’s office during the past month. This is a reminder and a personal appeal to please become involved.
The topics will be different each time. The discussions will be open to all, but available for the allotted dates only, as we need to move the entire election process forward. There are many election-related items to cover. Please join the NC EDG (NC Election Development Group). Those NCs participating will largely weigh-in on the shaping of the Election Procedures Policies for 2010.
In the meantime, below is a link to the some of the documents we are working on:
…this might help prepare for this coming Saturday’s meeting.
Lastly, please share this information with other board members/stakeholders who may not have received this email.
As always, if you have any questions or would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact me via phone 213.978.0444 or via email: email@example.com.
I look forward to eventually meeting all of you (if I havent met you already) and to a successful 2010 NC Election cycle….but for now, I am looking forward to your participation this coming
Saturday, April 18, 2009 @ 8:30 a.m.
Piper Technical Center
555 Ramirez Street
3rd Floor, Space 300
L.A., CA 90012.
Project Coordinator *Neighborhood Council Election Unit *Precincting Section
City of Los Angeles, Office of the City Clerk, Elections Division
Piper Technical Center
555 Ramirez Street
Ste. 300, Space 377
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Tel: 213.978.0406 Fax: 213.978.0376
The 2006 HCNC Election was held on November 29, 2006
Download the Final Official Canvass Of Votes
Registrations = 1245
Ballots Counted = 2430
Provisionals Issued = 0
ARTS DISTRICT Resident = 26
CHINATOWN Resident = 193
Non-Resident = 484
EL PUEBLO At Large = 68
LITTLE TOKYO Resident + Non-Resident = 247
SOLANO CANYON Resident = 12
Non-Resident = 97
VICTOR HEIGHTS Resident = 38
Non-Resident = 35
AT LARGE = 1230
|ARTS DISTRICT||Resident (1)||Timothy Keating||26|
|CHINATOWN||Resident (2)||Ne Hay Tom
|CHINATOWN||Non-Profit (1)||Edmund Soohoo
Munson Arthur Kwok
|EL PUEBLO||At-Large (1)||Al Soohoo||55|
|Business (1)||Jose Luis Sedano
|LITTLE TOKYO||Resident (1)||No Candidate|
|Non-Profit (1)||Ron Fong||175|
|SOLANO CANYON||Resident (1)||Alicia Brown
Myra N.C. Welsh
|Non-Profit (1)||Martin Farfan||92|
|VICTOR HEIGHTS||Resident (2)||Hoover Tang
|Business (1)||Ryan Timmreck
|AT-LARGE||At-Large (1)||David Nagano
|Employee (1)||Richard Nozaki
|Senior (1)||Yukiko Yamabata
Ne Hung Hom
A great big thank you to everyone who voted!
Congratulations winners, thank you all candidates for your participation
and all volunteers for your help in administering the election.
As always we encourage all interested parties to communicate with your representatives, provide input, attend meetings and join committees.
|! – ELECTION third ELECTION third ELECTION – !|
November 29, 2006
8:00am – 8:00pm
|Download the full
|Maryknoll Japanese Catholic Center
222 S. Hewitt St.
Los Angeles, 90012
Elections are held every two years, with half of the Board seats available DOWNLOAD THE Detailed, MULTI-LANGUAGE
(includes list of available seats, events schedule including
advance meetings, and neighborhood boundaries map)
Attend the CANDIDATE INFORMATION SESSION
at the ELECTION COMMITTEE MEETING (AGENDA)
Tuesday, October 10, 2006, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Hellman Quon Building, El Pueblo,
As Always, Free Parking in Lot 4, Los Angeles St.
(Note: second Candidate Orientation Tuesday Oct 17, 2006 same time & place)
All candidates should attend.
–Please call the office @ (213) 847-5026 by Monday, October 10
to arrange for translators for this important orientation–
– – –
Stakeholders must register at the polling place prior to voting.
(Voters may include anyone who lives, works, owns property or a business, and/or may be identified by participation in non-profit groups, schools, associations and organizations located within the boundaries of the Council.)
Chinese | English | Japanese | Spanish (Pending)& Submit to:
Jerry Kvasnicka, Independent Election Administrator
HCNC 2006 Election IEA,
P.O. Box 41048
Los Angeles, CA 90041
Completed forms must be received no later than
Short informational meeting on the elections:
All stakeholders welcome, bring friends, wake up the kids!
Tuesday September 12th, 7:00PM
Hellman Quan Building, El Pueblo
Free Parking is available in Lot 4 accessible from Los Angeles St.
Elections will now be held every two years
to allow the HCNC to spend more time on the community.
2005 Officers (the Executive Committee) will be installed
at the Board meeting on May 10, 2005.
Please come and get involved!
The 2004 HCNC Election was held on February 10, 2004
A great big thank you to everyone who voted!
Congratulations winners, thank you all candidates for your participation, and thanks NALEO (National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials), the League of Women Voters and all volunteers for your help in administering the election.
We encourage all interested parties to communicate with your representatives, provide input, attend meetings and join committees.
(National Association of Latino Elected And
Appointed Officials And Educational Fund)
Tuesday, February 10, 2004
BALLOTS COUNTED = 1728
PROVISIONAL BALLOTS = 134
TOTAL BALLOTS = 1899
Provisional ballots in each area
ARTS DISTRICT = 13
CHINATOWN = 64
EL PUEBLO = 1
LITTLE TOKYO = 12
SOLANO CANYON = 16
VICTOR HEIGHTS = 2
AT LARGE = 84
|LITTLE TOKYO||Business Owner||Kito, Brian||219|
|SOLANO CANYON||Business Owner||Bizzoto, Giovanni
|EL PUEBLO||Non-Profit||Fink, Howard||41|
|VICTOR HEIGHTS||Resident||Luu, Phi
|Non-Profit||Yu, Gordon (write-in)
|ARTS DISTRICT||Resident||Jerald, Jonathan
|AT-LARGE||Property Owner||Benjamin, Kim
|! – ELECTION ! second ! ELECTION ! annual ! ELECTION – !|
February 10, 2004
8:30am – 7:30pm
|Links to the:
11 available seats
|The Pico House
430 N. Main Street
El Pueblo de
Los Angeles, 90012
Here are the routes for bus transportation to the election site from Chinatown, Solano Canyon and Victor Heights, courtesy of Council District 1. (Due to school schedule, the buses will not be available between 2pm-5pm. Attempts are being made to procure another vehicle for use during those hours.)
Stakeholders must register at the Election to vote.
You can fill out this form ahead of time and bring it with you,
but DO NOT SIGN IT until you are at the Election site.
If copied it must be on white paper.
Here is the form in Chinese and English
(More translations posted as available.)
MEET THE CANDIDATES
Come to our General Candidate Forum on
Wednesday, February 4, 2004 from 7 – 9 pm
at the PICO House (address above).
NALEO (National Association of Latino Elected and
Appointed Officials) will facilitate.
(See who’s running so far)
Terms are staggered so that 11 seats are up for election each year, out of a total of 33 seats. A drawing was recently held to determine
the initial term length for each seat; 1, 2 or 3 years.
From now on every term will last 3 years.
(Existing candidates may submit their names in languages other than English up until 12:00 noon on Monday, February 2. Sample ballots will be available from D.O.N.E. at the address below by 2:00 on February 2.)Candidates must submit a Candidate Filing Form to:Thomas Soong, Project Coordinator, D.O.N.E.
3516 N. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90031
323 224-2321 (voice) 323 224-2312 (fax)The form must be submitted by 5:00pm on January 23 for the candidate’s information to appear on the printed ballot.
A 250-word statement may be included if the candidate wishes that information be made public prior to the election.
(A candidate can appear as a “write-in” if their form is received after the above deadline but before the polls close, however it is doubtful that forms received on the election day could be verified in time for that candidate to be listed.)
Please refer to the Election Procedures for more information.
See the results of the original election, certified on December 3, 2002!