Whether you step up to organize a coffee, post a yard sign, make a few calls, or contribute to the campaign, you are helping me get the word out. Campaigns for Beverly Hills City Council are sometimes won by just a few votes, so every vote counts.
Turnout matters too. It is a priority of mine to hold City Hall accountable. Every additional friend or neighbor we can get to the polls is a win for democracy no matter who sits on City Council as it reverses the city’s long-term decline in voter participation.
If you’ve supported my campaign, or if you want to hear more about my plans for putting residents first after the March 7th election, come to my campaign kick-off event this Sunday January 8th from noon-2pm at the home of the Blum family – 801 N. Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. Share the event on Facebook and, while you’re there, like my campaign’s Facebook page.
Finally, if you have contributed to the campaign I want to sincerely thank you. As Mayor, and as a councilmember, I am committed to returning value for the taxpayers’ money. I feel the same way about my campaign. We are a lean, grassroots operation. If you wish to support me (up to the city’s individual limit of $450) then I will put your online contribution to effective use. Or, you can please make your 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.