Sunland-Tujunga voter categories and qualifying documents
VOTE Saturday April 2nd 1pm – 6pm in the parking lot of Vons 7789 Foothill Blvd, Tujunga 91042
In order to vote in the Sunland Tujunga Neighborhood Council elections, you must be 16 years of age or older on Election Day. You’ll also need to provide documentation that verifies two things:
- your identity
- your Sunland Tujunga stakeholder status. A “stakeholder” is anyone who lives, works, owns a business or property, or who has an ongoing and substantial participation within the council boundaries. Voting in this election is to open to all stakeholders over 18.
If your photo ID shows a qualifying address which lies within the council boundaries – for example, if you live in the area and your residential address appears on your driver’s license – then that’s all you’ll need! If it doesn’t, you’ll need to include an additional document to verify your stakeholder status.
Accepted documents vary according to the nature of your local involvement, but whatever you submit should always show your name. In addition, whatever document you provide to establish your stakeholder status must show a qualifying address lying within the council boundaries. (Please note that a PO box is *not* considered a valid address.) Not sure if your address qualifies? Look it up HERE.
Click the tabs below to see lists of qualifying documents acceptable for different types of voters. Smartphone photos are an easy way to upload necessary documents, or you may also scan or photocopy them.
In order to explain their stakeholder status, voters must provide a “qualifying address” during the registration process, which is an address associated with their stakeholder status that lies within the council boundaries. For many voters, your qualifying address will be where you live, work, or own property. If you do none of those things within the council area, your qualifying address could be the place where you routinely attend school or church, or regularly participate in some other community-based activity. Please note that a PO box is *not* acceptable as a qualifying address.
This election season, Sunland Tujunga Neighborhood Council has 4 different ballots. The ballots represent the four regions into which the council is divided. You will receive the ballot for the region where your qualifying address is located. All four regional ballots include candidates running to represent that particular region, plus candidates running for officer positions on the board.
Meet your Neighborhood Council candidates HERE.
Have questions? Write email@example.com, or call (818) 293-VOTE (8683) weekdays between 9 am – 5 pm.