I pledge to fight for the residents and small businesses of Beverly Hills, but I alone can’t win the battle for fiscal responsibility and transparent government. I need your help.
Campaigns for Beverly Hills City Council are won or lost by sometimes just a few votes. I welcome your support as we get out our message and bring our friends, family and neighbors who don’t always feel the need to engage to the polls in March.
This is a grassroots campaign. Hear what a few of my supporters have to say.
How can you help?
Get the word out. Let’s push back against lobbyists and other special interests accustomed to having outsized influence at City Hall. Talk to your friends about the March election. Like my Re-Elect John Mirisch Facebook page.
Get involved in the campaign. There’s plenty to do to reach potential voters in the weeks ahead. Can you organize a coffee? Will you post a yard sign? Can you walk with me to knock on doors? And as we approach the election, will you be available to phone-bank on my behalf? Let me know how you can help.
Donate to my campaign. As I said, this is a grassroots effort. I can’t afford to self-fund my effort to reach voters. I have to count on my supporters. I will graciously accept any amount up to the individual limit of $450. (Any member of the household can donate the maximum.)
Or make a contribution by check payable to my campaign:
Re-elect John Mirisch – Beverly Hills City Council 2017
6303 Wilshire Blvd. Suite #201
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Beverly Hills limits individual contributions to $450. More than one individual per household may contribute, however. According to state law, contributions from individuals of $100 or more must include your name, address, occupation and employer. (More information: https://goo.gl/1ExpQm.) Contributions are not tax deductible.