Election Day is JUNE 7th
Or, VOTE NOW - mail ballots have arrived
WE NEED results, not MORE excuses
I'M IN THIS FOR YOU
This campaign isn’t about me. It’s about you and all the families and neighbors that live & work in Canoga Park, Reseda, Tarzana, Winnetka, and Woodland Hills. After nine years of invisible leadership and broken promises, it’s time the West Valley received the representation and results we all deserve. I have served and led community organizations and non-profits for 20 years, and I have achieved results that have strengthened neighborhoods and bettered the lives of those less fortunate. If you want a voice in how our community is being served, I will be YOUR advocate.”
END ENCAMPMENTS - NOW
Move individuals off our streets and into the services they need to heal.
RESTORE PUBLIC SAFETY - NOW
Ensure first responders have the training, funding, and authority to keep us safe. Increase sworn officers.
INVEST IN OUR COMMUNITY – NOW
Preserve single-family neighborhoods. Increase affordable housing and upgrade crumbling infrastructure.
Scott Silverstein will be your Advocate
Public service is Scott's true calling, and he's delivered results to District 3 for over 20 years.
As a board member and chairman of the Child Development Institute, Scott worked diligently to improve the lives of children in the Valley’s underserved communities. Scott served on the Woodland Hills - Warner Center Neighborhood Council for 14 years, the last 5 as president, and when a scandal rocked the 3,600 students, El Camino Real Charter High School, he was tasked with rebuilding the Board of Directors and administration. He made the tough decisions to ensure the school did not lose its charter.
With a tenacity that's lacking at City Hall and a "No Excuses" attitude, Scott has a proven track record of working with colleagues with different perspectives and coming together to accomplish major initiatives. Whether it's working with private or public agencies, or with State and City departments, he has the expertise needed to lead District 3 and get the results the Valley expects.