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CITY ELECTIONS
Preliminary Results from Election

To check the latest numbers on the Election and Measure HH, please use this link to the San Mateo County Elections webpage:

https://www.smcacre.org/november-6-2018-election-results

This webpage will be updated by the Elections office on 11/8, 11/13, 11/16 and 11/19 and additional releases daily at 4:30 as necessary.  

The final tally of votes is NOT available and needs to be Certified by the Elections Office before City of East Palo Alto can make an official announcement. We expect that Certification by early December.


Please contact the City Clerk's office for any questions at (650) 853-3127.


2018 General Municipal Election

2018 General Municipal Election

On Tuesday, November 6, 2018,  the City of East Palo Alto will hold a General Municipal Election for:

1) The election of two (2) seats on the City Council, each for a four-year term

City Council Candidates

The following a list of potential Candidates who filed Form 501, Candidate Intention Statement, indicating their intent to run for City Council in November 6, 2018. This is required of potential candidates before they can begin fundraising.

CANDIDATE NAME

FORM

QUALIFIED BY SAN MATEO COUNTY ELECTIONS OFFICE

Patricia L. Lopez

1. Form 501-Candidate Intention Statement 

2.  Form 410-Statement of Organization

3. Statement of Economic Interests (FPPC Form 700)

4.  Amended Statement of Economic Interests (FPPC Form 700)

5. 
Form 410-Statement of Organization -Amendment

6.  Form 460-Campaign Stmt 7-1 to 9-22-18

7.  Form 460-Campaign Stmt 9-23 to 10-20-18



August 3, 2018

Loren Courtland Skinner

1.  Form 501-Candidate Intention Statement  

2. Form 410-Statement of Organization

3.
 Statement of Economic Interests (FPPC Form 700)

4.  Form 460-Campaign Statement Period 8-1 to 9-27-18

5.  Form 460-Campaign Statement Period 8-1 to 9-27-18 Amend

6.  Form 460-Campaign Statement Period 9-27 to 10-27-18

7.  Form 460-Campaign Statement Period 9-27 to 10-27-18 Amend

8. Form 460-Campaign Statement Period 10-27 to 11-2-18




August 6, 2018

Donna Rutherford (incumbent)

1.  Form 501-Candidate Intention Statement 

2.
  Form 410-Statement of Organization

3.
  Form 460-Recipient Committee Campaign Statement 

4.
  Statement of Economic Interests (FPPC Form 700)
5.  Form 460-Campaign Stmt (Period 8/3 to 10/28/18) 




August 3, 2018

Regina Wallace-Jones

1.  Form 501-Candidate Intention Statement  

2.  Form 410-Statement of Organization  

3.  Form 460 Recipient Committee Campaign Statement

4. Statement of Economic Interests (FPPC Form 700)

5. Form 460- Campaign Stmt (Period 7-31 to 9-27-18)

6.  Form 460-Campaign Stmt 9-23 to 10-20-18

7.  Form 460-Campaign Stmt 9-23 to 10-20-18 Amend


July 30, 2018

Randal D. Fields

1.  Form 501-Candidate Intention Statement 
 
2. Statement of Economic Interests (FPPC Form 700)

3.  Form 470-Campaign Stmt


August 9, 2018

Ruben Abrica (incumbent)

1.  Form 501-Candidate Intention Statement    

2
Statement of Economic Interests (FPPC Form 700)

3
. Form 460-Campaign Statement

4. Form 410-Statement of Organization

5. Form 460-Campaign Stmt - 9-23 to 10-20-18



August 10, 2018





Bernardo G. Huerta

1. Form 501-Candidate Intention Statement

2. Form 410-Statement of Organization

3. Statement of Economic Interests (FPPC Form 700)



August 8, 2018

This table is updated upon receipt of FPPC forms duly filed with City Clerk's Office. 

Candidates & Resource Information

IMPORTANT FORMS

  • Candidates MUST file Form 501 before soliciting or accepting contributions.
  • Candidates MUST deposit funds into the campaign bank account before spending money on the campaign. Candidates who spend money out of pocket for campaign expenses are subject to fines.

Before beginning your campaign, you must declare which office you are seeking.  You must also set up and register your committee, and disclose information about your personal income and assets. To get your campaign started, complete and submit the forms noted below.  See form instructions for information on how to complete the forms and where to file them.

                                       Basic Campaign Filing Deadlines for Candidates

Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement

Form 410 - Statement of Organization        
Form 460 -  Recipient Committee Campaign Statement
Form 470 - Officeholder/Candidate Campaign Statement

Form 700 - Statement of Economic Interests

Committee ID Number

Once you have submitted your Form 410 to the Secretary of State (SOS), you can visit their website to find your committee ID number.  Enter the name of your committee in the search bar of the Cal-Access database.  If your ID number has been issued, the search results will show it next to your comittee name.  If the system cannot find your ID number, the SOS may not have had time to issue it yet, or there was an error on the Form 410 and they have sent you a letter via USPS asking you to correct the error and re-submit the form.

If you would like to receive a copy of your approved Form 410 from the Secretary of State, send a self-addressed stamped envelope with your original Form 410.

 Filing Deadlines

Throughout the campaign, you must file statements to report contributions and expenditures.  Find the filing schedule for your campaign on our website.

 This toolkit provides guidance and a general overview of the rules for campaigns, but it does not replace any requirements under the Political Reform Act or Fair Political Practices Commission Regulations.  Information here should be used in conjunction with a careful review of the applicable laws.


VOTER REGISTRATION

Are you a registered Voter?  Do you need to re-register?  
 
To make your vote count, you need to register to vote. That is submit your name, address, and other information that the California Secretary of State requires. 

When that department receives your information, it is shared with the County of San Mateo, who then shares it with the City of East Palo Alto during elections.  This information enables us to know that you are now registered to vote. 


You can register to vote online at registertovote.ca.gov   or you can fill out the registration forms in the East Palo Alto City Hall Office at 2415 University Avenue, 2nd Floor. 

If you are a registered voter, but have recently moved then, you must re-register!


To register, please click on this linkRegister to Vote


SB 450 Voters Choice Act (All Mail Ballot Voter Center Election)

Senate Bill 450, also known as the California Voter’s Choice Act (VCA), was signed into law on September 29, 2016, authorizing 14 counties, including San Mateo, to conduct any election as an All-Mail Ballot/Voter Center election commencing 2018. 

The primary goal of this new legislation is to expand accessibility and voting opportunities for all voters, particularly those with disabilities, visual impairments and language minorities.

If you have questions regarding Vote By Mail Ballot, please call the San Mateo County Elections Office at (650) 312-5222.