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 News    May 23, 2024 

Democratic Club to Present Forum for City Council Candidates

The Culver City Democratic Club, will hold its forum for Culver City City Council candidates Sunday, June 2, from 7 to 8:30PM, not June 3, as previously announced. The event will be livestreamed from...

 
 News    May 23, 2024 

Barba to Join City Council Race

Culver City Planning Commissioner has her intention to run for a seat on the city council November. She currently serves as a member of the Culver City Planning Commission. She joins councilman...

 

Democratic Club Hold Virtual Forum for City Council Race

The Culver City Democratic Club, the city's oldest political organization, will hold a forum for Culver City City Council candidates Monday June 3, from 7 to 8:30PM. The event will be livestreamed...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    May 2, 2024

Newsom Recall Part Deux

Activists who successfully placed a recall on California's ballot in 2021 and forced the Democratic governor to spend tens of millions are trying to oust him again. Newsom is often listed as a...

 

Andrew Lachman Announces Run for Culver City School Board

Andrew Lachman, a business and ethics attorney, parent, former Congressional staff member, chair of Culver City's Finance Advisory Committee and prominent member of Culver City's Jewish community...

 

Newsome Recall Deux

Activists who successfully placed a recall on California's ballot in 2021 and forced the Democratic governor to spend tens of millions are trying to oust him again. Newsome is often listed as a...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    March 28, 2024

Culver City Unified School District, Measure E Bond, OKed By Voters

Culver City Unified School District Measure E was on the March 5, 2024 Presidential Primary Election ballot. The latest count on LAVote.gov shows, with about 75% of the vote counted, the local propone...

 

Albert Vera Announces run for Second Term on City Council

I'm taking this opportunity to let you know that I will be running for re-election to the Culver City Council on the November ballot. And I think it is important for you to know why ... ✅ I'm r...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    March 7, 2024

Measure E Appears to Be Approved by Voters

Culver City voters had only one local issue to vote on, measure E. Preliminary unofficial returns shoe the measure passing by a comfortable margin. As of Wednesday morning the raw vote totals are:...

 

Residents to Vote on Hike in Property Taxes

California voters will head to the polls next Tuesday March 5th for the California Primary election. Voters will choose how many delegates President Joe Biden and Donald Trump will have at the...

 

How to Cast Your Ballot in Culver City

The Presidential Primary Election will take place on March 5 but you can vote early! Your Vote by Mail ballot has been mailed so be on the lookout for its arrival in your mailbox. In the meantime,...

 

Judicial Endorsements by the CC Demo Club

yBy the time voters enter the booth to vote, voters have decide which candidates the want to vote for for national, state and local offices. The opposite is true with judicial positions . Most voters...

 

New Demo Club Endorses Chemerinsky for District Attorney

Culver City's newest political club the CCDU has endorsed Jeff Chemerinsky for Los Angeles County District Attorney by 73.9%. This is the first-ever endorsement made by CCDU in any race! As is the...

 

Bubba Fish Announces Run for Culver City Council

Bryan "Bubba" Fish kicked-off his bid for Culver City Council on Saturday, January 27th with an event in the city's Arts District neighborhood. Over a hundred supporters were at Syd Kronenthal Park,...

 

U.S. Senate Debate at USC

The US Senate Primary Debate for California took place at the University of Southern California on January 22nd, featuring the three Democratic candidates: U.S. Representative Adam Schiff, Katie...

 
 By Jeff Schwartz    News    January 25, 2024

Culver City Democratic Club's Endorsements for California's March 5 Primary Election

Culver City Democratic Club The Culver City Democratic Club issued the following endorsement and recommendations for the March 5 primary election. After the December meeting, members voted on...

 

The CCDU Backs Jeff Chemerinsky in DA'S Race

CCDU has a 60% minimum threshold for endorsing candidates, in what could be seen as a vote of no confidence in Los Angeles' current District Attorney, George Gascon. As set forth below, CCDU has...

 

Vote at 16 Back Again

Defeated by voters in the 2022 election the Vote16 people have submitted a Notice of Intent to circulate a petition to get the Vote 16 on the 2024generalelection ballot. The ballot measure failed in...

 

Culver City Democrats Endorse Biden And Lee

What comes as no surprise the Culver City Democratic Club launched their endorsement process for the March 2024 Primary Election last week, voting on the two Federal offices on the ballot. President Joe Biden handily won support for a second term,...

 

Lee Plans Run for LAUSD School Board

Former Culver City Councilman Daniel Lee has declared his intention to run for Los Angeles Unified School District Board District 1, the seat being vacated by longtime board member George McKenna....

 

Scott Houston To Serve As West Basin Board President

At the regular meeting of the West Basin Municipal Water District Board of Directors on Monday, January 23, 2023, the board elected the following officers: President Scott Houston; Vice President...

 

New council Elected

Dan O’Brien and Freddy Puza were elected to the Culver City Council in last month's municipal election. They will take their seats on Monday, December 12. After swearing in the council will elect a n...

 

Puza Wins Seat on City Council; Measure VY Trailing by 3 Votes

Candidate Freddy Puza has won a seat on the Culver City Council while Measure VY has gained momentum and is only 3 votes short of passage, according to semi-official results released yesterday. The...

 

Freddy Puza Overtakes Denice Renteria for 2nd Place in Tight City Council Race

City Council candidate Freddy Puza received good news from the Los Angeles County Registrar this past week, but the Council race is not over as mailed-in ballots are still being counted daily. The...

 

OBrien, Renteria Lead in City Council Race

Two political newcomers are on the verge of winning the two open seats on the Culver City Council while the measure to lower the voting age is headed for defeat. With mail-in ballots still being...

 

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