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Los Angeles County, CA March 7, 2000 Election
Member of the State Assembly; District 45

Results as of Apr 10 2:36pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (132/132)

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Jackie Goldberg 26,098 votes 60.2%

  • Party: Democratic (60.2% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Los Angeles City Councilmember
Cesar A. Portillo 13,640 votes 31.5%
  • Party: Democratic (31.5% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Health Legislation Director
  • 7 years as Government Affairs Director for AIDS Healthcare Foundation
  • Princeton
  • Born and raised in the 45th District
  • Board Member, Mother's Voices L.A.
  • Member, Southern California State Democratic Party Latino Caucus
  • Member, California State Democratic Party Gay and Lesbian Caucus
  • Quality Education for Everyone
  • Healthcare that really covers our population
  • Accountability of government to citizens
Antonio De La Rosa 3,643 votes 8.3%
  • Party: Democratic (8.3% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Legal Services Director
  • Phone: 323-340-8045; Addr: 5850 Benner Street, #302, Los Angeles, CA 90042; Email:
Paul Whitehead (Write-In)
  • Party: Republican

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