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Los Angeles County, CA March 6, 2001 Election
Council Member; City of West Hollywood Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Order is random and changes daily.

John Paul Drayer

Ruth Williams
  • Occupation: Director, Non-Profit Organization
  • Endorsed by former City Councilman Paul Koretz
  • Is serving her 3rd term as a Public Safety Commissioner
  • Founder of Save Our Sheriff; Has worked to support community-based policing and was honored by late Sheriff Sherman Block and current Sheriff Lee Baca
  • Organized her neighbors and worked with the Sheriffs to deal with transients and drug dealers in Plummer Park
  • Has served as President of the West Hollywood Democratic Club and is active in the National Council of Jewish Women
  • Has served on the steering committee of the Stonewall Democratic Club
  • Protecting Renter's Rights and Affordable Housing
  • Traffic and parking mitigation
  • Continuing to ensure public safety
James Fuhrman
  • Occupation: Legal Researcher
  • High Risk Child Custody Cases
  • Occasional Professional Piano Player for private events
  • Phase out Rent Control, restore free enterprise
  • End waste, fraud and corruption at City Hall
  • Construction of beautiful NEW apartment buildings--tear down the old ones.
Terry Morgan
Jerome Cleary
Tom Demille
Jeffrrey Prang
Barbara Hamaker
John J. Duran

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