Polling Places and Information

There are seven polling stations set up across town for Tuesday's election.

Polling Places

Precinct 2: Moana Room of Duke's Restaurant

Precinct 14: Zuma Room, City Hall

Precinct: 51: Malibu West Swim Club banquet hall

Precinct 57: Malibu High School library

Precinct 59: Malibu United Methodist Church, Gabrielson Hall

Precinct 60: Point Dume Marine Science Elementary School library

Precinct 64: Michael Landon Center at Bluffs Park

Voting takes place between the hours of 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. at the places above.

Ballot Order

Hamish Patterson

Skylar Peak

Hans Laetz

Andy Lyon

Joan House

Missy Zeitsoff

John Sibert


There are seven candidates running for three open seats on City Council. Pamela Conley Ulich is term-limited and Jefferson Wagner did not run for re-election. Only John Sibert is seeking to keep his seat on the Council. Ulich has been an ardent supporter of a retail diversification ordinance in the City of Malibu, as well as a staunch opponent of the Malibu Lagoon Restoration Project. Wagner is an environmentalist that sits on the Zoning Ordinance Revisions and Code Enforcement Subcommittee (ZORACES) with Sibert.

Election Information

According to City Clerk Lisa Pope, city hall had received 779 mail ballots by April 2. That number is expected to increase up until Tuesday's election.

Voting will take place Tuesday between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m.

Pope commented that counting of the mail ballots should conclude by 10:30 p.m. Tuesday night. 

Updates on election results will be happen throughout Tuesday on the City's website and on Channel 3. 

According to Malibu Times, there are 8,726 active voters registered in Malibu this year (as opposed to passive voters who have not voted in several past federal, state and city elections).

Jonathan Friedman April 10, 2012 at 02:14 PM
Best wishes to all the candidates!


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