The Long Beach Office of the City Clerk will host a candidate workshop at 10am on Monday, Dec. 18, in the council chamber, 333 W Ocean Blvd., for members of the public seeking nomination for the primary nominating election.The offices of mayor, city attorney, city auditor, city prosecutor and council districts 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 will be on the ballot.
The workshop will kick off the start of the nomination period, which will open Monday, Dec.18, 2017 and close at 5pm on Friday, Jan. 12, 2018. Official nomination papers will be available to prospective candidates at the conclusion of the workshop.
The workshop will cover information about nomination guidelines, candidate’s statement, campaigning regulations, campaign finance, vote-by-mail and Long Beach laws.
“Our office is invested in providing resources to prospective Long Beach candidates, regardless of experience, with pertinent election information,” said Monique De La Garza, city clerk. “The candidate workshop will make this information accessible to all candidates.”
Candidate handbooks will be available at the workshop, on the City Clerk website at longbeach.gov/cityclerk and at the office of the city clerk counter.
Source: City of LB