LOS ANGELES, CA — Supervisor Lindsey P. Horvath was elected to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on November 8, 2022 and assumed office on December 5, 2022, after serving as a City Councilmember and the longest consecutively serving Mayor for the City of West Hollywood. Supervisor Horvath’s career has been defined by tackling the hardest problems, building diverse coalitions, and delivering results for her community.
Supervisor Horvath’s commitment to serving others was shaped by her family and faith, which instilled in her a strong work ethic and made her a tireless advocate in addressing the complex problems facing Angelenos throughout LA County.
Supervisor Lindsey P. Horvath made history as the youngest woman to ever be elected to the
Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. She is the first millennial, and currently the only renter to
serve on the Board, bringing a much-needed perspective to LA County leadership.
Supervisor Horvath has a long history of civic and social justice advocacy. She has spearheaded policies
to make West Hollywood an “Age-Friendly Community” to better serve residents of all ages. She also led
the City to become the first in the nation to impose financial sanctions on Arizona for its discriminatory,
anti-immigration SB-1070 law. Supervisor Horvath created the first-ever West Hollywood Community
Response Team to Domestic Violence.
She has worked on a broad range of transportation and mobility issues, from her service as a
Transportation Commissioner to championing Metro rail projects in the District. She initiated the
West Hollywood Bicycle Task Force, and through her leadership, West Hollywood was named
“The Most Walkable” city in the entire state.
Supervisor Horvath is widely known for her leadership on women’s issues and served as a Global
Coordinator for One Billion Rising, a global campaign of the V-Day movement to end violence against
women and girls. She was the founding President of the Hollywood Chapter of the National Organization
for Women (NOW) and previously served as President of National Women’s Political Caucus (NWPC) –
LA Westside.
She is also a champion for LGBTQ+ rights, having served as a Board member of the Victory Fund and a
founding Board member of the NOH8 Campaign. In 2009, she represented the City of West Hollywood
in the National Equality March in Washington DC. She has also advocated for LGBTQ+ older adults
through her work on the Board of Services & Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE).
Supervisor Horvath served on the West Hollywood City Council for nine years, appointed in 2009,
elected in 2015, and re-elected in 2019. In addition to her work as a Councilwoman and Mayor,
Supervisor Horvath previously served in a number of roles, including: President of the California Contract
Cities Association (CCCA); Board Member for CalCities (formerly the League of California Cities); Board
Member for the National League of Cities (NLC); President of Women in Municipal Government (WIMG)
for the National League of Cities; Chair of the Contract Cities Liability Trust Fund Claims Board &
Oversight Committee; and Executive Committee Member and Legislative & Regulatory Chair for Clean
Power Alliance of Southern California.
Supervisor Horvath received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Notre Dame and a Certificate
in Nonprofit Management & Fundraising from UCLA Extension. She resides in West Hollywood with
her dog, Winston.

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