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City of West HollywoodCandidate for City Council

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Lauren Meister

West Hollywood Councilmember
3,610 votes (22.3%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Working on housing issues, specifically, housing affordability and homelessness
  • Prioritizing public safety and social services to reflect the needs of our community
  • Preserving our city’s rich history and unique character



Profession:Market research professional and Councilmember
Principal, Meister & Associates (1991–current)
Councilmember, City of West Hollywood, West Hollywood City Council — Elected position (2015–2019)
Planning Commissioner, West Hollywood Planning Commission — Appointed position (2011–2012)
Public Safety Commissioner, West Hollywood Public Safety Commission — Appointed position (2004–2008)


University of California, Santa Barbara BA, Sociology (1980)

Community Activities

President, West Hollywood West Residents Association (2002–2010)

Who supports this candidate?

Organizations (3)

  • EQCA
  • Stonewall Young Democrats
  • West Hollywood/Beverly Hills Democratic Club

Elected Officials (5)

  • Congressman Adam Schiff
  • Assemblymember Richard Bloom
  • State Senator Ben Allen
  • LA County Assessor Jeffrey Prang
  • West Basin District Director Scott Houston

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