Local voters in the City of Los Angeles will find four issues on their ballots for the City of Los Angeles general municipal election Tuesday, May 17th.

Polling places will open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.

Mayor James Hahn is seeking a second term and is opposed by Los Angeles City Councilman Antonio Villaraigosa.

Flora Gil Krisiloff and Bill Rosendahl are in a runoff for the City Council 11th District seat, an open seat being vacated by Councilmember Cindy Miscikowski, who will be termed out of office June 30th.

City of Los Angeles elected officials are limited to two four-year terms.

Krisiloff is the current president and co-founder of the Brentwood Community Council and a former chair of the West Los Angeles Area Planning Commission.

Rosendahl is a current stakeholder in the Mar Vista Community Council and a former producer/moderator of public affairs cable television shows.

The 11th Council District includes Westchester, Playa del Rey, Del Rey, Mar Vista, Venice, West Los Angeles, Pacific Palisades and Brentwood.

No candidate for mayor or the 11th Council District received 50 percent plus one vote in the Primary Nominating Election, Tuesday, March 8th.

In the March primary election, Villaraigosa received 136,242 votes or 33.10 percent of the votes cast for mayor.

Hahn received 97,049 votes or 23.58 percent of the votes cast for mayor.

Rosendahl received 18,274 votes or 44.62 percent of the votes cast for 11th District City Council member in the March primary.

Krisiloff received 17,088 votes or 41.72 percent of the votes cast for 11th District City Council member.

Candidates in the general election need a majority of votes to win their seats.

General election winners will take office Friday, July 1st.

Information, City of Los Angeles City Clerk Election Division, (213) 978-0444.

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