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2022 LACERA SAFETY MEMBER ELECTION NOTICE 

The terms of office for the Seventh Member and Alternate Safety Member of the Board of Retirement, and the Fourth Member of the Board of Investments will expire on December 31, 2022. To fill these positions, elections will be held beginning on August 5, 2022 through August 31, 2022.

Any County employee who is a candidate in this election is a candidate in their personal capacity and may not use County time or County resources to further their campaign. Any candidate who violates this provision, or has others violate this provision on behalf of their candidacy, is subject to discipline, including discharge from County employment.

Eligible voters will be able to cast their vote either online or by telephone beginning August 5, 2022, through the closing of the election on August 31, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. PST . The online and telephone voting system will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week during the voting period.

Eligible voters with valid emails on file will receive login credentials and voting instructions by email on August 5, 2022. Eligible voters without valid emails on file will receive login credentials and voter instructions by U.S. mail that will be mailed no later than 5:00 p.m. on August 3, 2022.

2022 CANDIDATE STATEMENTS

Click on a candidate’s name to view their candidate statement.

4th Member, Board of Investments:

  1. Jason E. Green
  2. Shawn R. Kehoe
  3. David Lucky Ly

7th Member and Alternate Safety Member, Board of Retirement:

  1. Shawn R. Kehoe
  2. Jason E. Green
  3. David Lucky Ly

Note:   The person receiving the second highest number of votes for the Seventh Member of the Board of Retirement election shall be elected as the Alternate Member of the Board of Retirement.

Additional Information:

Adopted Board Letter and Resolution

Departmental Election Coordinators

Powers and Duties


Other Related Links:

Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk

Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association


For questions related to the election, please contact us at  LACERA_Election@bos.lacounty.gov  or  (213) 893-1151

LACERA Background Information

State law requires that the Board of Supervisors conduct an election to fill vacant or expired seats on the Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association (LACERA) Board of Investments and Board of Retirement. LACERA is a public entity separate from the County that was created to provide retirement, disability and death benefits to County employees. The primary objective of the Executive Office in coordinating the LACERA board member elections is to ensure that elections are conducted in an equitable manner in accordance with established procedures, and to ensure that all eligible LACERA members have the opportunity to participate in the election process. The Conflict of Interest/Lobbyist Division staff of the Executive Office is responsible for coordinating the elections to select LACERA board members. LACERA is comprised of two managing boards, the Board of Investments and the Board of Retirement. For additional information you may visit LACERA Boards. The Board of Investments has nine members. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors appoints five members, and four members are elected by the LACERA membership. Two of the elected members are General Members, one is a Safety Member, and one is a Retired Member. The Board of Retirement is comprised of nine members and two alternate members. Five members are appointed by the Board of Supervisors and six are elected by the LACERA membership. The six elected members are comprised of two General Members, two Retired Members, one of whom is an Alternate Member of the board, and two Safety Members, one of whom is also an Alternate Member of the board.

  • General member is a person who is working at least three-quarter time as a permanent employee for the County or for an outside district, and who is earning service credit in a retirement plan.
  • Safety member is a permanent employee of Los Angeles County working three-quarter time or more in firefighting, forestry, lifeguarding, or law enforcement (including District Attorney Investigators).
  • Retired member is a former County or outside district employee who has taken either a service retirement or a disability retirement.