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Los Angeles County, CA April 10, 2001 Election
Mayor; City of Los Angeles Voter Information

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Order is random and changes daily.

Bob Tur

Sandra W. Bush Noble (write-in)
  • Occupation: mentally ill functional addict/healthcare consultant
  • cerificates: ged 1985; business adm., 1981; clerk typist 1980
  • special ed. assist., may 2000; paraprofessional mental health worker, july 2000
  • candidate for mayor, lv,nv 1995
  • candidate for the president of the u.s.a., 1996
  • candidate for mayor, city of la, 1997
  • sandra noble vs the u.s.a. supreme court, wash., dc., 1995-6
  • issue: children are the future: inhumanity child abuse is the history of america.
  • issue: best interest of children and adults, health, education, welfare, parks & recreation, more humane public services, not continued inhumanity.
  • introducing a new branch into the usa armed forces: non violence: "if you take from the native land of a people, respect people of the land you take.
Francis DellaVecchia
  • Occupation: Producer/Bookseller
  • Manager of oldest book shop in Los Angeles
  • Board of Directors - Open Fist Theatre Co.
  • Director - Edge of the World Theater Festival
  • member - SAG, AFTRA, AEA
  • BA - UCLA, Theater. additional study in U.K
  • resident of Los Angeles for 17 years
  • Enable 2 way democracy through use of webcasting.
  • Enact real world campaign finance reform.
  • Enact Sustainable City Plan.
Martin Luther King Aubrey, Sr.
Kathleen Connell
Jim Hahn
  • Occupation: Los Angeles City Attorney
  • Former Los Angeles City Controller
  • Form a partnership with the school district to ensure that children are receiving the best possible education so they have the opportunity to excel.
  • We must not only fast-track short term solutions to immediately ease traffic snarls, but we must focus on long term strategies and solutions.
  • We must build on efforts to make Los Angeles more business friendly in order to attract more companies and jobs to the city.
Addie Mae Miller
  • Occupation: ADVOCATOR for SAFETY for the PEOPLE and Clergy
  • ADVOCATOR IS: ONE WHO SPEAKS AND PLEADS FOR ANOTHER. God has but this burden in my Heart to care for the PEOPLE of L.A.
  • Honorary Doctorate Degree in Humanity
  • Honorary Doctorate Degree in Divinity
  • Community Advocator (argued Tax Payer Case for the Taxpayers of Los Angeles)
  • Crisis Intervention Counselor for Adults and Young People
  • Speaker and Teacher for Morals and Principals
  • It is, Ungodly, Unchristian, Unhealthy and BAD public health policy to have 16,000 Homeless PEOPLE living on the streets in the SHADOW OF CITY HALL
  • Improving the Quality of Life for our Seniors Citizens and Young People
Steven P. Mozena Antonio R. Villaraigosa
  • Occupation: Speaker Emeritus of the California State Assembly
  • Born and raised in Los Angeles
  • Former President, American Civil Liberties Union
  • State Assemblymember for the 45th Assembly District; 1994-2000
  • Former Speaker of the California State Assembly; 1998-2000
  • Devoted husband, father of 4, grandfather of 1
  • Improve community relations with the LAPD and the neighborhoods.
  • Improve the educational standards within the LAUSD.
Rob Black
Steven L. Soboroff
Joel Wachs
Melrose Larry Green Joe Shea
  • Occupation: Editor-in-Chief, The American Reporter
  • President, Ivar Hill Community Assn.
  • Leader, Ivar Hawks Neighborhood Watch
  • Internet's 50 Most Influential Journalists and Editors
  • First Prize, Best Internet News Story, L.A. Press Club 2000
  • Contributor, L.A. Weekly, 1979-2001
  • Plaintiff, Shea v Reno, U.S. Supreme Court
  • Managing transition to new cities in post-secession L.A.
  • Meeting the crisis of affordable housing
  • Solving L.A.'s transportation crisis
Wendy Lyons
Xavier Becerra

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