Culver City Mayor Mehaul O’Leary Re-Elected
April 10, 2012 — Veritas Campaigns
Mayor Mehaul O’Leary, a member of the five person City Council in Culver City has won re-election in a race where four of the five seats were on the ballot.
With more than 2,439 votes, O’Leary secured 3rd place in the tentative vote tally, making re-election a certainty.
Of his re-election, O’Leary said, “I love the town that has become my family. This is an amazing town,” he added. “This town has amazing potential. I’ve always viewed this as the jewel of Los Angeles County. Bevery Hills has had their day… Culver City is coming. This is the place. It doesn’t need overdevelopment. All it needs is a steady ship moving forward: protect the residents, increase the business and make this the most livable city in the region. And that’s what we’ve done. We are the envy of our neighbors. People are using the term ‘Culver City adjacent.’”
Veritas Campaigns is proud to have worked with Mayor O’Leary and wish him the very best in his second term!
Vote Totals Were:
Andy Weissman – 2630 votes.
Meghan Sahli-Wells – 2491 votes.
Micheal O’Leary – 2439 votes.
Jim Clarke – 2348 votes.
Missing out on seats were:
Scott Malsin: 2013 votes.
Stephen Murray – 841 votes.
Posted: April 10, 2012