Thanks for Joining us at Brew Works. On to November 8!


Carter Rubin interviews (left to right) Ted Winterer, Terry O’Day, Jon Mann and Mende Smith. Gleam Davis arrived after this picture was taken.

Thanks to everyone who attended last night’s Vote Local forum and mixer sponsored by Santa Monica Next, North of Wilshire (NOW) and Downtown Neighborhood Association (DNA). Nearly 100 residents attended the forum and mixer at Santa Monica Brew Works to hear a discussion from, and meet five candidates for City Council: Gleam Davis, Jon Mann, Terry O’Day, Mende Smith and Ted Winterer.

If you missed the event, you can always catch up on your candidate homework by reading our program from last night or our ongoing Q and A with each candidate. If you just want to see more pictures from last night, who can blame you? We compiled several (supplied by Elena with DNA) and you can see them here.

We don’t have another Vote Local event planned for this election, but please check back with us or follow us on Twitter or Facebook to read more election coverage, news on transportation, planning and land use or to keep up with any future events we’ll doubtless be programming.

Damien Newton
Damien Newton
Damien is the executive director of the Southern California Streets Initiative which publishes Santa Monica Next, Streetsblog Los Angeles, Streetsblog San Francisco, Streetsblog California and Longbeachize.

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