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On the second Tuesday in November of every even-numbered year, the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder conducts elections for the city. At this election, Lawndale voters elect a mayor, members of the city council and the city clerk, and may also vote on city measures. All city offices are non-partisan. Since the city's election is combined with the statewide general election, Lawndale voters may also elect their representatives to federal, state, county, and district offices, and may vote on other measures.

To be elected to a city office, a person must be a U.S. citizen who is 18 years of age or older. Candidates must be Lawndale residents and registered to vote in Lawndale. State laws govern election campaigns. For further information, feel free to contact the City Clerk Department at (310) 973-3213.

City Elected Officials

Elective offices are: 1) a mayor whose term is two years, 2) four councilmembers, each elected for four-year terms on a staggered schedule, and 3) a city clerk whose term is four years.

Current Officials and Their Terms of Office

Office Incumbent(s) Term Expires
Mayor Robert Pullen-Miles November 2018
City Councilmembers Pat Kearney, Bernadette Suarez November 2018
  James Osborne, Daniel Reid November 2020
City Clerk Rhonda Hofmann Gorman November 2018

Make Sure Your Vote Counts

The Cost of Lawndale Elections
City staff administers the city's general elections in November of even-numbered years. The City pays the full cost of these elections no matter how many voters participate. To see how much the City has been paying for each ballot received, click the heading above.

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NOTICE TO VOTE BY MAIL VOTERS - You must sign the ballot envelope for your votes to be counted. If you did not sign your envelope, click here for instructions.

 

 

 

 





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