VAN NUYS, CA – Council President & Honorary Mayor of Van Nuys George Christopher Thomas is reminding you to vote in the upcoming election on Thursday, May 16th, 2019. In order to cast a ballot for Thomas, please visit the State Building at 6150 Van Nuys Boulevard between 2pm and 8pm on Thursday May 16th.
“Serving the good people of Van Nuys on the local council for the past decade has been a great honor and privilege. This Thursday is election day in Van Nuys, and I humbly ask you to re-elect me to my council seat. There is much to be done in Van Nuys, and if I am re-elected, I pledge to make public transportation free in Los Angeles, I promise to continue to clean up Van Nuys Boulevard, and I will make public safety my highest priority,” said Council President & Honorary Mayor of Van Nuys George Christopher Thomas.
To vote for Thomas in this upcoming election, you can cast your ballot at the State of California Auditorium on the ground floor of the State Building at 6150 Van Nuys Boulevard. Anyone is eligible to vote provided they live, work or have an ongoing stake in Van Nuys. The polls are open from 2pm to 8pm on Thursday May 16th, 2019.
Thomas has served on the Van Nuys Neighborhood Council since 2010. Thomas has been elected Council President a record four times, and is the longest serving Council President in the history of Van Nuys. Thomas started working for a United States Congressman a year out of high school, and spent several years on Capitol Hill doing legislative and press work. Thomas is a direct descendant of two signers of the Declaration of Independence, and is related to two U.S. Presidents. (William Henry Harrison & Benjamin Harrison). Thomas is a member of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR), with his patriot ancestor Jonathan Stevens fighting at the Battle of Lexington & Concord, as well as the Battle of Bunker Hill. Thomas is also the great great grand nephew of William Stephens, Governor of California from 1917-1923. (www.thomasforcouncil.com)