Become a WCKNC Board member! Read below to find out how.
2019 NC ELECTIONS INFO PAGE
Everything you need to know about the 2019 NC elections, including an overview of what Neighborhood Councils do; an interactive map to find your Council; a list of available candidate workshops; and a list of election and candidate filing dates for each Neighborhood Council. This page has a link to candidate registration, so it’s a good place to send candidates to if they might be new to Neighborhood Council.
2019 CANDIDATE INFO VIDEO
3 ½ minute video about what it means to be a Neighborhood Council candidate (closed captioning available in English, Spanish, Korean, and Chinese).
2019 CANDIDATE INFO BROCHURE
Download a trifold brochure that you can print and hand out at your outreach events to prospective candidates. Brochure may be printed in color or black and white. Professional printing/cutting/folding is not required.
EmpowerLA and the City Clerk are partnering on a series of free two-hour candidate workshops open to existing board members as well as those new to Neighborhood Councils. Included are tips for running a successful campaign; connecting with voters; advocating for issues you’re passionate about; and writing personal statements.
Workshops are being held Citywide January – March 2019. RSVP is required to ensure there is enough desk space for everyone. Attendees are encouraged to bring a laptop or tablet if they have one. See a list of workshops and sign up at http://NCevents.eventbrite.com
(additional dates will appear on that page as they are confirmed.)
CANDIDATE REGISTRATION PORTAL
Please note that you must first register to create a login, then use that login to access and fill out the candidate application. You must register again for 2019, even if you have been a previous Neighborhood Council candidate.
LIST OF REGISTERED CANDIDATES FOR YOUR NC
See a list of registered candidates by selecting your Neighborhood Council from the drop down list on this page. As City Clerk certifies each candidate, they will receive a yellow star next to their name, to indicate that they are a valid candidate for the seat they are running for.