BOMA Greater Los Angeles is proud to support the new President of the Los Angeles City Council, Nury Martinez. She was elected unanimously by her fellow councilmembers, and she began her presidency on January 5, 2020. Since then, President Martinez has championed significant laws in response to homelessness …Read More
On March 3, 2020, Long Beach’s voters headed to the polls to vote for the new City Councilmember representing District 8. Incumbent Al Austin faced a serious challenger, Tunua Thrash-Ntuk. Thrash-Ntuk is the wife of City College Board Trustee Uduak-Joe Ntuk …Read More
BOMA/GLA would like to introduce an exemplary candidate for the Los Angeles City Council District 10, Mark Ridley-Thomas. Having served in public office for close to 30 years, Ridley-Thomas has a proven track record that Angelenos can trust. He is currently termed out as a Los Angeles County Supervisor but desires to continue his influence in LA.Read More
It seems as if California won’t vote any direction other than Democratic. It has even been dubbed the most reliably blue state in the Electoral College.
This is important to commercial real estate because the party in power determines the Legislature’s agenda. The current Legislature is considering bills jeopardizing dual-agency, tackling homelessness, reforming CEQA, and…
BOMA/GLA is honored to present our Elected Official of the Year, Kathryn Barger. We also support her reelection campaign for the Board of Supervisors.
As a faithful steward to District 5 and the residents of Los Angeles county, Barger has won reelection to her seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. She currently serves as the Chair of the Board, after having first been elected in 2016.
As decided by Martin Truitt, a local Democratic political campaign consultant, “This will be the most contested city election cycle in 50 years.” Including the mayoral race, there were 18 candidates spread across 5 races in Pasadena. Districts 1, 2, 4, and 6 were up for election, and all but 1 of the incumbents…Read More