Vote for Budget Advocate LawMaker.io policy proposals - DEADLINE MONDAY
Every vote counts! After you vote, please also share with others and ask them to vote as well!
Vote for the Budget Advocates' The Path to Real Transparency Monthly Budget Review with the Mayor's Budget Team at: https://lawmaker.io/policies/258
Read and vote for my policy to Fully fund and support the Los Angeles City Ethics Commission at: https://goo.gl/q9exX8
And vote for Freddy's Master Los Angeles City Map and Calendar at: https://lawmaker.io/policies/237
Note that you will have to register on the site with the address where you are registered to vote. See below for further info on this.**
And a member of my Neighborhood Council proposed to have Public City Council & Commission Meetings Scheduled on Evenings and/or Weekends. I think that is a great idea and you can vote for it here: https://lawmaker.io/policies/236
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