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City of LodiCandidate for Council Member, Council District 5

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Mikey Hothi

Lodi City Commissioner
2,650 votes (50.87%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Economic Recovery Post-Pandemic
  • Addressing the growing homelessness issue
  • Public safety and more green-space throughout town



Profession:Lodi City Commissioner
District Director, Office of Assemblymember Jim Cooper (2014–current)
Lodi City Commissioner, City of Lodi Measure L Sales Tax Oversight Commissioner — Appointed position (2019–current)


University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Political Science (2012)

Community Activities

Board Member, Lodi Fire Foundation (2020–current)


Mikey Hothi is a proud Lodi native, who is committed to bringing good jobs, small businesses, and agricultural tourism to Lodi City Council District 5. 


After graduating from Tokay High School and then returning from college, Mikey devoted his career to making Lodi a better place to live, and is running to make sure our City Council is working for the people in Lodi City Council District 5.


Mikey serves as a Board Member on the Lodi Fire Foundation, Commissioner on the City of Lodi Measure L Sales Tax Oversight Commission, and as District Director to Assemblymember Jim Cooper.


He's helped to secure $1 million to combat Lodi Lake erosion, $500,000 for cybersecurity after the City was hit with a ransomware attack, and $7 million to combat internet crimes against children.

Who supports this candidate?

Organizations (4)

  • Lodi Professional Firefighters
  • Lodi Police Officers Association
  • Lodi Chamber of Commerce
  • San Joaquin Building & Construction Workers

Elected Officials (1)

  • Lodi Mayor Doug Kuehne

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