On March 16, 2021, the Greater Wilshire community will elect 21 board members and 21 alternates for 2-year terms on the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council.
15 seats are by geographic region (see GWNC Map). 6 seats are special interest seats for these categories: Renter, Business, Education, Religion, Other Non-Profit, and At-Large.
Watch the Livestream Tally on Zoom:
Each region’s ballot tally will take place on the 1st (March 17th), 6th (March 22th), and 14th (March 30th) days after Election Day from 9:00 AM-4:30 PM (approx.) (Break: 12:00 PM-1:00 PM)
Watch the Zoom livestream at
https://zoom.us/j/97969094234?pwd=bmUxOUZQS3BpSHNLSkg4c3hqMkJvUT09 (Passcode 188118).
Unofficial Results will be posted on the 7th day after Election Days and Official Results will be posted on the 15th day after Election Day.
How to Request a Ballot:
Eligibility to Vote: Those who live, work, own property or fit into one of our six special interest categories in the GWNC area, and who are 16 years old by election day, are eligible to vote in up to two categories (Geographic Area if applicable, plus one Special Interest category):
Important Note Regarding Paper Ballot Applications:
Voters can apply for ballots by mailing in a paper application https://clerk.lacity.org/sites/g/files/wph606/f/2021_VBM_Application_ENG.pdf.
GWNC stakeholders MUST SUBMIT DOCUMENTATION AS PROOF OF STAKEHOLDER STATUS. Please consult the 2021 Neighborhood Council Elections Documentation Guide at https://clerk.lacity.org/sites/g/files/wph606/f/Attachment_C_2021_NC_Election_Documentation_Guide.pdf so that you can provide the appropriate documentation.
- Last Day to Request a Ballot – March 9, 2021
- Last Day to Vote – March 16, 2021
- ELECTION DAY – Tuesday, March 16th, 2021
- REVISED Deadline to Receive Ballots Postmarked by 3/16 – March 26, 2021
If you have not yet received a ballot you requested more than a week ago, or have received an incorrect ballot, let the City Clerk know:
213.978.0444 or by email clerk.electionVBM@LACity.org
We are aware of many problems as the first batch of ballots have arrived. We are working with the City Clerk, Department of Neighborhood Empowerment, CD5 and CD4 offices and the City Attorney to make sure than incorrect or incomplete ballots are corrected as soon as possible.
We understand that the City Clerk’s current plan is to contact everyone who has registered to make sure they are receiving the correct and complete ballot.
Our Election Committee chair can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Candidate Forum Videos
Saturday, March 6 – Areas 1-8 & Special Interest Candidates
Sunday, March 7 – Areas 9-15 & Special Interest Candidates