What is the City’s current election system?

On March 7, 2018, the Lodi City Council adopted Ordinance 1949 establishing and implementing by-district elections. City Council Members are elected on a by-district basis from five single-member Council districts by voters residing in the district in which the Council Member resides. Council Members hold four-year terms. Elections for members of the Council are held in November of even-numbered years. There is no limit to how many terms a person may serve as a Lodi City Council Member.

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1. What is the City’s current election system?
2. What is a by-district election?
3. Why did the voting process change from at-large to by-district?
4. What was the process for creating voting districts?
5. What criteria are used in creating districts?
6. When did the new districts take effect?
7. How does creating voting districts affect me?
8. Where can I learn more about districting and redistricting?
9. How do I get additional information about the process?
10. Where can I find information about maps and districting in Lodi specifically?