I am asking
for your VOTE of confidence Tuesday March 3rd to continue to represent you on our City Council.
If you have not voted by mail, please make sure to vote in person this Tuesday.
If you still have a vote by mail ballot that you have not mailed in, it is too
late to mail it in. You need to fill it out and hand it to your polling place on
Your polling is likely to have changed since the Presidential election in
November. You can check on your polling place by using this website
I am honored by the outpouring of support I have received from the citizens of
Beverly Hills, 10 former mayors, 37 current City Commissioners, the Police and Fire Associations,
School Board members & parents, and our local, state and federal legislators.
You may view a list of supporters by linking here.
is up-front and direct, and like how she votes or not, she votes her conscience.
What you see is what you get. But that directness often belies her enormous
strengths and abilities. Few people have ever served on our council with
a better grasp of how city government really works.”
Rudy Cole, Contributing Editor, Beverly Hills
“As Mayor and Councilmember, Linda Briskman opened the doors for us
to participate in our City’s government. She promoted the use of
technology so that all Council meetings are televised live and available as
on-demand video. Anyone can watch any meeting whenever they want. Linda made
sure that ahead of each meeting full staff reports are available on the City’s
website. It is not enough to preach transparency, Linda practices transparency.”
Hon. AJ Willmer, City of Beverly Hills Technology
"As a parent, PTA member, President of the BHEF and City Council Member,
Linda Briskman has always been first in supporting our Schools.
She worked to pass the current $10 million/year JPA agreement with our School
District and will make sure that even in these troubled times, the City is
financially secure and can continue to afford supporting our Schools."
Steven Fenton, Dr. Brian David Goldberg, Beverly Hills
Board of Education
“Linda has lead the continuing effort to make sure the public safety needs
of Beverly Hills are known in Washington, DC and Sacramento. As a result, the
Department of Homeland Security is now in a joint partnership with our City to
make sure our Police officers have the state of the art technology
needed to make this city among the safest in the nation.”
Det. George Demarois, President Beverly Hills Police
“Linda is a true advocate of public safety in words and in actions.
Her personal involvement in enhancing the Fire Department has improved the level
of safety for all residents by keeping our response time fast, and maintaining
our Class 1 ISO rating.” Dennis Andrews,
President Beverly Hills Firemen’s Association
You can contact us by emailing
or calling (310) 273-6210.
Linda J. Briskman