Elections

The Lake Forest City Council consists of five Council members elected at large by Lake Forest voters to represent the entire City. Council members serve four-year terms, with terms staggered to ensure continuity of leadership and service. The Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem are selected by a vote of their peers annually at the first City Council meeting in December, to serve the following calendar year. 

General Election-  November 6, 2018

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The City of Lake Forest will participate in the General Election on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 to elect three City Council members by district to four-year terms. This election begins the transition to district-based elections. The first districts in this process are District 2, District 3, and District 4. Candidates must be 18 years of age, registered to vote in Lake Forest, and have their primary residence within district boundaries.To verify the district in which you live, enter your address on the interactive map below.

Candidates for the November 6, 2018 Election

District 2 

Neeki Moatazedi- View Candidate Statement

Sonny Morper- View Candidate Statement

District 3

Scott Voigts- View Candidate Statement

District 4

Jim Gardner- View Candidate Statement

Mark Tettemer- View Candidate Statement


Election Day Volunteer Opportunities


 
Lake Forest has several volunteer opportunities to assist with the electoral process. Opportunities include: