The November general election will be the first statewide all mail-in ballot election in California’s history. As there are updates to voting procedures and information, we will continue to keep you up-to-date. To check your current voting registration status, visit: voterstatus.sos.ca.gov.
There are two local items on the November ballot for consideration.
Voters will select a new Council Member for District No. 4 within the City of Bellflower.
Additionally, the November ballot includes Measure M. This was placed on the ballot by a unanimous City Council on July 30th. If approved by voters, Measure M would increase local sales tax by ¾ cent. All revenues could be placed in the City’s General Fund to pay for additional municipal services such as public safety services, addressing homelessness, youth programs, and repairing streets.