Citizens Advisory Committee On Elections Meets Tonight

The election is over, but the issue of how the governance of Anaheim will be structured still rolls along. The Citizens Advisory Committee on Elections and Community Involvement holds its second meeting this evening at 7:00 p.m. in the Crown Royal Theater at Katella High School, 2200 E. Wagner Avenue.

Here’s the agenda and agenda packet.

The committee will elected a chair and vice-chair (for some reason, at the October meeting, committee member Bill Dalati asked that action to be deferred to tonight) and hear a presentation from Cal State University Professor Justin A. Tucker “Overview and Discussion of Election Systems.”

Here’s Dr. Tucker’s bio, and a presentation he gave in 2009 at the “National Teach-In on Global Warming.”

4 comments

  1. I think I saw this guy a few years ago over at Oysters in Fullerton – he plays a mean banjo!

  2. I attended last night’s meeting and it was so disappointing to see about 30 citizens in the audience with about 10 City staff out of a population of
    340 K. I was even more surprised that despite the get out the vote campaign only 34% of Anaheimers actually voted.

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