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Los Angeles County, CA March 7, 2000 Election
Member of the State Assembly; District 41

Results as of Apr 10 2:36pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (305/305)

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Jayne Murphy Shapiro 25,728 votes 25.2%

  • Party: Republican (71.8% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Child Safety Advocate
  • President and Founder of KIDS SAFE
  • Registered Nurse; Mother of four boys
  • Commissioner, Los Angeles Commission on the Status of Women
  • Appointed Member, California Developmental Disabilities Board
  • Master's Degree, California State University at Northridge
  • National Executive Committee, American Israel Political Action Committee (AIPAC)
  • I want to see opportunities improved for our children, educationally, healthwise and through a commonsense approach to the future.
  • I want our communities to be safer, through prevention, intervention and tough penalties for criminals and respect for law enforcement.
  • I want us to capitalize on today's new industries and strong economy to plan for the future.
Fran Pavley 20,695 votes 20.3%
  • Party: Democratic (32.7% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Teacher/Coastal Commissioner
  • Teacher/Coastal Commissioner
  • Mayor/Councilmember for City of Agoura Hills for four terms (1982-1997)
  • Teacher in public schools for 28 years. Husband, Andy, is also a teacher.
  • Appointed to California Coastal Commission in 1995 by then State Senate Pro-Tem Bill Lockyer; reappointed in 1999
  • Member: Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy Advisory Committee
  • President: Los Angeles County Division League of California Cities; State Board Director (1996-1997)
  • Attracting and training 300,000 quality teachers for California's public schools.
  • Provide the necessary resources, and insure fiscal accountabilty along with local flexibility, to implement needed reforms in our schools.
  • Protect quality of life by improving traffic conditions, redusing pollution in Santa Monica Bay, protecting open space, and working with local gov't.
S. David "Dave" Freeman 17,333 votes 17%
  • Party: Democratic (27.4% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Natural Resources Manager
  • Lyndon Johnson made me the first person to coordinate national energy policy and I helped establish the Environmental Protection Agency.
  • I was President Carter's Energy Advisor and was named Chairman of the Tennessee Valley Authority, the nation's largest public utility.
  • I've held many Chief Executive positions and saved billions of dollars by cost-cutting and energy saving programs around the nation.
  • Mayor Riordan named me L.A.'s General Manager of DWP where I've cut costs and advanced the use of "Green Power."
  • I've been honored by the National Wildlife Federation, United Nations and the Urban League for advancing the interests of minorities.
  • I'll work to bring California's education system back to its former role as the nation's leader by improving classroom technology.
  • I'll continue my life's work of protecting the environment. I've initiated intensive conservation and renewable energy programs throughout the nation.
  • I'll continue to be an effective and practical advocate for equality in the workplace by promoting opportunity for all Californians.
Tony Vazquez 11,398 votes 11.1%
  • Party: Democratic (18.1% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Educator
  • Phone: 310-452-7366; Addr: 1630 Bryn Mawr Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90405; Email:
Stefan "Stu" Stitch 10,105 votes 9.8%
  • Party: Republican (28.2% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Elementary School Teacher
  • Phone: 310-289-4757; Addr: 1158 26th Street, Suite 159, Santa Monica, CA 90403; Email:
Brenda F. Gottfried 9,587 votes 9.3%
  • Party: Democratic (15.1% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: School Board Member
William "Bill" Wallace 4,302 votes 4.2%
  • Party: Democratic (6.7% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Educator/Psychologist
  • Phone: 310-451-2107; Addr: 1448 15th St. #203, Santa Monica, CA 90404; Email:
Colin S. Goldman 3,265 votes 3.1%
  • Party: Libertarian (100% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Management Consultant
  • Former Board member, San Mateo Unified High School District
  • Ten years of distinguished professional experience improving operations of federal, state, and local governments and school districts
  • Recognized expert in Los Angeles City and County budgeting and finance
  • Community leader/volunteer
  • Economics degree from Yale University
  • Masters in Business Administration degree from U.C.L.A.
  • Providing comprehensive education reform and real opportunity for children (no more forcing children into second class schools)
  • Eliminating taxation on the product of labor (you spend your paycheck on things important to you and your family, not career politicians)
  • Getting government bureaucrats out of our bedrooms and medicine cabinets (we know what's best for ourselves and our families)

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