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Welcome to Tamerlin Godley for Pasadena City Council - Election 2020

Welcome to Tamerlin Godley for Pasadena City Council - Election 2020

Welcome to Tamerlin Godley for Pasadena City Council - Election 2020Welcome to Tamerlin Godley for Pasadena City Council - Election 2020Welcome to Tamerlin Godley for Pasadena City Council - Election 2020

About Tamerlin

Bio

Tamerlin Godley

Tamerlin Godley is a candidate in the 2020 election for Pasadena City Council representing West Pasadena (District 6).

  

She is a past President of the Armory Center for the Arts and a leader within the Pasadena Educational Foundation. Tamerlin is a partner with the law firm Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP. She has been recognized by California Lawyer as an Attorney of the Year, advising major studios, networks, recording companies and music publishers.


Born and raised in the Napa Valley, Tamerlin is a graduate of UCLA (English and Political Science), Cal State Northridge (Master’s in English) and USC (Law) and clerked for Federal Judge Harry L. Hupp. She is a former public school teacher and as an attorney she has been a leader in protecting public school funding.


Tamerlin also served as deputy general counsel for the Citizens’ Commission on Jail Violence investigating systemic problems in the Los Angeles County Jails, the largest jail system in the United States. She is an Equal Voices for Democracy Advisory Council Member, which focuses on expanding LGBTI participation in political life.


Tamerlin is the mother of two and along with her husband Tim (a public school teacher and varsity basketball coach) she has lived in the Pasadena area for 30 years, 11 years within West Pasadena’s District 6.

Voting information

Big Change!

This primary election is the first time Pasadena residents will cast ballots under a brand-new model, one that includes state-of-the art equipment, an updated design for mail-in ballots and new locations for in-person voting. 

 

The biggest change for in-person voters is that the familiar election Tuesday trip to a neighborhood polling place is going away.


Instead, voters will be able to stop by any regional vote center in the county for up to 10 days before the election. That means the first L.A. County vote centers will open Feb. 22.


The vote centers will also be a place to drop off your mail-in ballot, register to vote (even on the day of the election), get help voting in multiple languages and get a replacement vote-by-mail ballot if yours is lost or destroyed.

Online Voter Registration

Register Now/Check Your Registration Status  Register to vote by February 18