Voting Period: Saturday, February 22 – Tuesday, March 3, 2020
Find your local and County Districts: https://lavote.net/apps/precinctsma
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See Also:
Bike The Vote L.A.’s full voter guide: https://www.bikethevote.com/voter-guide/
CalBike’s endorsements for the California Legislature: https://www.calbike.org/take_action/bike-the-vote/

Sarah Kate Levy

Endorsed Candidate for L.A. City Council District 4


Sarah Kate Levy has a long track record as a political activist working with Democrats for Neighborhood Action, Planned Parenthood Advocacy, and serving as the current president of the L.A. Metro National Women’s Caucus. After years of inaction on Vision Zero, the City of Los Angeles is at a crossroads for determining whether it will take the bold steps necessary to end roadway deaths by 2025. With her determined, clear-headed support for the tangible, on-the-ground changes needed to make that vision a reality, Levy is the type of leader L.A. has been looking for. Bike The Vote L.A. is honored to endorse Sarah Kate Levy for Los Angeles City Council District 4.

Sarah Kate Levy

 

Nithya Raman

Nithya Raman

Endorsed Candidate for L.A. City Council District 4


Nithya Raman is an inspiring grassroots candidate to represent L.A. City Council District 4, with a long track record of advocacy and community organizing centered around equity. As Los Angeles dithers on Vision Zero, we need effective leadership that understands the complexity and intersectionality of issues we face. Nithya Raman is a truly inspirational and deeply knowledgeable leader with a plan to turn the tide on the structural issues that negatively impact the day-to-day lives of Angelenos. Bike The Vote L.A. is pleased to endorse Nithya Raman for Los Angeles City Council District 4.

Loraine Lundquist

Endorsed Candidate for L.A. City Council District 12


Loraine Lundquist has an outstanding transportation policy platform, an exceptional knowledge of urban sustainability, and a long record of community leadership. If elected, she’ll be a strong ally of the safe streets movement and an effective advocate for her community in City Hall. Bike The Vote L.A. proudly endorses Loraine Lundquist for L.A. City Council District 12.

 

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Loraine Lundquist

Holly Mitchell

Holly Mitchell

Endorsed Candidate for L.A. County Supervisor District 2


California Senator Holly Mitchell is an accomplished legislator who has centered her work around equity and low-income residents. She has so consistently and clearly used this framing in her policy decisions that she has been acknowledged by her colleagues as the Legislature’s “moral compass and social conscience.” In an open race for a powerful position on the L.A. County Board of Supervisors (and with it a seat on the Metro Board), Bike The Vote L.A. sees Mitchell’s experience, thoughtfulness, and equity-centered policy making as what sets her apart. Bike The Vote L.A. wholeheartedly endorses Holly Mitchell for Los Angeles County Supervisor District 2.

Dan Brotman

Endorsed Candidate for Glendale City Council


An economics professor at Glendale Community College, Dan Brotman has built some impressive bona fides in environmental advocacy as a co-founder of the Glendale Environmental Coalition. A central component of Brotman’s campaign is a bold and well-considered plan to reposition Glendale—a community increasingly at risk from wildfires thanks to climate change—as a leader in sustainability. As transportation emissions account for 41% of greenhouse gas emissions in California, it is a testament to Brotman’s holistic approach that he seeks to “reexamine Glendale’s relationship to cars.” Bike The Vote L.A. enthusiastically endorses Dan Brotman for Glendale City Council.

Dan Brotman

Ardy Kassakhian

Ardy Kassakhian

Endorsed Candidate for Glendale City Council


Ardy Kassakhian has a deep understanding of local issues, having grown up in Glendale and served as the elected City Clerk since 2005. He has made improving transit and combating climate change some of the core policy goals of his campaign, arguing for connecting Glendale to regional transit networks and for making the city more bike- and pedestrian-friendly. Bike The Vote L.A. is proud to endorse Ardy Kassakhian for Glendale City Council.

 

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Tricia Keane

Endorsed Candidate for Pasadena City Council District 2


Tricia Keane is the Deputy Director of the Los Angeles Department of City Planning and a former Deputy Chief of Staff for Los Angeles City Councilmember Mike Bonin. As Pasadena stands at a crossroads between looking forward towards a more people-oriented and equitable city and one paralyzed by fear of change; Keane has decidedly focused her campaign with an optimistic vision of moving the city forward on housing, economic and social justice, and sustainability. We appreciate Keane’s bold vision for a Pasadena that leads the way to solve the difficult challenges that the city shares with its neighbors across Los Angeles County. Bike The Vote L.A. is honored to endorse Tricia Keane for Pasadena City Council District 2.

Tricia Keane

Ryan Bell

Ryan Bell

Endorsed Candidate for Pasadena City Council District 6


Ryan Bell is an educator and tenants rights advocate who serves on the steering committee for the Pasadena Tenants Justice Coalition. In his campaign for City Council District 6, Bell is calling for a Green New Deal for Pasadena, better civilian oversight of the Pasadena Police Department, and significant action to address housing affordability and homelessness. With his bold vision of a more equitable and sustainable transportation system, Bell offers an exciting opportunity to reorient Pasadena towards a city that works for everyone. Bike The Vote L.A. is proud to endorse Ryan Bell for Pasadena City Council District 6.

 

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