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Los Alamitos to use new districts in November election

Thanks to your involvement with the redistricting process and assisting the City in redrawing district lines, the City Council has selected and adopted NDC Map 5, implementing new electoral district boundaries.

The new districts will be used for City Council elections starting with the November 8, 2022 General Municipal Election. Two Council Member seats will be up for election and shall be elected “by-district” (District 4 and District 5).

Only residents that reside in District 4 and 5 will have Council candidates on their November ballot. The City wants all registered voters in District 4 and District 5 to be aware and prepared for the November 2022 General Municipal Election in our City.

For more information and to determine what district you live in, please visit the City’s website at http://cityoflosalamitos.org/188/Elections-Voter-Information. Here you will find an interactive web map where residents can enter an address to determine which district they are in or view a copy of the approved boundary map and demographic data for each district.

For additional information, please contact your City Clerk, Windmera Quintanar, at (562) 431-3538.

The final adopted map of voting districts, based on the 2020 US Census, for the City of Los Alamitos. Courtesy graphic.
The final adopted map of voting districts, based on the 2020 US Census, for the City of Los Alamitos. Courtesy graphic.
This article was released by the City of Los Alamitos.

2 Comments

  1. Districting fails the people of small cities. It might work in large cities, but in small cities like Los Alamitos, Cypress, La Palma, etc. it makes mini-cities. I hope La Palma joins Cypress to say no to districts.

    1. 1. Curious as to why the claim “it doesn’t work in a smaller city?”

      2. Suggestions for making it work?

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