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On every even-numbered years, the City of East Palo Alto conducts its municipal general elections in November. This year the election will be on Tuesday, November 8, 2016.  Additionally, this year the voters will select three (3) Council Members to sit on the five-member City Council and three (3) ballot measures.  The seats for Vice Mayor Larry Moody, Councilmember Lisa Gauthier, and Councilmember Carlos Romero will expire in November 2016.  More information about the City's ballot measures is found on the webpage to your right: Measures

In alphabetical order, below are the four (4) names of the candidates,  who are qualified by the San Mateo County Elections Office to run for City Council in the City of East Palo Alto.  Along with their names is their contact information, which they granted the City of East Palo Alto to post on this website.

Lisa Gauthier 
P.O. Box 51273, East Palo Alto, CA 94303

Duane Goff
P.O. Box 50954, Palo Alto, CA 94303
(650) 390-4817

Larry Moody
774 Runnymede Street, East Palo Alto, CA 94303
(650) 380-7165

Carlos Romero
2211 Ralmar Avenue, East Palo Alto, CA 94303
(650) 328-4363

Disclaimer: The City of East Palo Alto neither supports nor opposes any of the candidates, and so remains neutral during the elections.

Are you a registered Voter?  Do you need to re-register?  What does this even mean?
It means that you are a resident of your city and state.  You are 18 years or older. But most of all, you want to vote for individuals and/or measures that best represent your views in our democratic society.  

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, can be appointed to any of the City's advisory bodies, and/or maybe one day run for office.

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

To register, please click on this link: Register to Vote

If you do not have time to vote on Election Day, you have the opportunity to vote by mail.  A ballot will be mailed to you prior to the election.  You then can mail it in or drop it off the day of the election.  But you cannot mail it the day after the election!

To vote by mail, then please select this link: Vote by Mail

Below are wonderful website links to learn more about the election process, candidates and measures, and historical election turnouts.

San Mateo County Elections Division
California Secretary of State

Election Archives