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    Mayor Lauren Meister on WeHo Elections Results – ‘We Won and We Won Big!’

    Mayor Meister released a statement via her social media platforms and her Re-elect Meister for City Council campaign:

    “Residents of West Hollywood sent a strong, simple message in our election: you want your City Council to serve you, not outside interest groups.

    I am truly touched to get so many votes—over 4,000. I work hard for this City—I give it everything I have. Some days it’s great—some days it’s tough going. But receiving such a strong endorsement from you makes it all worth it. This feedback means the world to me, and adds spring to my step.

    Special thanks to my campaign team—Renee, Josh, Michael, and the many volunteers who generously donated their time and their passion. I want to thank all the folks who contributed to my campaign. And, most importantly, I want to thank all my neighbors and fellow residents who came out and performed their sacred duty as citizens—voting. 

    I’m excited to keep serving you. We’re going to do great things over the next four years.

    Election results details are available on the LA County Election Results website. West Hollywood General Municipal Election details are available by visiting www.weho.org/elections.

    There are 26,099 registered voters in the City of West Hollywood. The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s office must still count same-day registration ballots, provisional ballots, and Vote-by-Mail ballots. Election results are tentatively scheduled to be certified by the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk on Monday, December 5, 2022. The City of West Hollywood will receive LA County certification documentation on Tuesday, December 6, 2022 and it is anticipated that the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will declare the Election concluded on Tuesday, December 6, 2022.

    The three newly elected Council members will be sworn-in at the regular meeting of the City Council of the City of West Hollywood on Monday, December 19, 2022 at 6 p.m. The City Council annually elects the City’s Mayor and Mayor Pro Tempore in a rotation of Councilmembers and the City Council will elect Council members to serve as Mayor and Mayor Pro Tempore at its regular meeting on Monday, December 19, 2022. There will be a City Council Reorganization and Installation meeting on Monday, January 9, 2023. West Hollywood City Council meeting agendas are posted in advance on the City of West Hollywood’s website at www.weho.org/councilagendas.

    The City of West Hollywood’s elections page www.weho.org/elections provides detailed election information. The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s office is posting regular updates at www.lavote.gov.

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    Michael Base
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    15 days ago

    This is truly a sad moment for our city where a leading and bonafide NIMBY was chosen to lead our city where under her watch there is rampant crime, little to no developments leading to high housing cost, a homeless community on the rise and all she’s managed to do is to blame other council members, deny developments of any project, especially affordable projects all the while pretending she’s for affordable housing. WeHo can’t take another 4 years with this person and her old, Grey and delusional base. We needed change and didn’t come through. Sad moment indeed

    Tom Smart
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    16 days ago

    Well YOU may have won (and congrats to you), but “WE” the city certainly didn’t if it’s the Heilman and Duran horse and pony show again.

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