Proving the official paperwork is just part of the job, Culver City Councilmember Scott Malsin is the first candidate to file to be on the April 13 ballot for Culver City Council.
Monday, Dec. 21 was the first day candidates could officially file for the spring election, and Malsin picked his up early. More than 30 supporters greeted him at Starbucks Coffee across from City Hall to sign his nomination papers. The mood of the crowd was upbeat and enthusiastic.
Flanked by the group, Malsin walked back to City Hall, where he officially filed the
documents with the City Clerk’s Office.
Malsin said he was very encouraged by the strong response his candidacy has received from all corners of the city. Reflecting on his first term, he said, “The past four years have been filled with
exciting change for Culver City, and I’m proud of the progress we’ve made. I believe in strong, responsible fiscal management and ‘big-picture thinking.’ Those are the values which have helped us secure $50 million in state funding for our Expo Line Station, undertake the exciting renovation of Westfield Culver City, foster a thriving downtown, create forward-thinking programs to ‘green’ Culver City, and much more.”
For more information about Scott Malsin and where he stands on the issues facing Culver City, please visit www.Vote4Scott.org – a website that allows residents to provide feedback, donate and volunteer for the campaign.