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Los Angeles County, CA March 4, 2003 Election
Council Member; City of Beverly Hills Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Steve Webb 2864 votes 31.9%

  • Occupation: Attorney, City Commissioner
  • b.h. planning commissioner & chairman
  • b.h. traffic & parking commissioner & chairman
  • co-chair livable streets committee
  • enhance police presence in residential neighborhoods
  • create community center
  • long term plan to reduce traffic & increase public safety
Jimmy Delshad 2417 votes 26.9%
  • Occupation: Businessman/Foundation President
MeraLee Goldman 2128 votes 23.7%
  • Occupation: Councilmember/City Planner
Paul Bernstein 877 votes 9.8%
  • Occupation: Aerospace Engineering Consultant
Herm Shultz 550 votes 6.1%
  • Occupation: President, Nonprofit Organization
Philip F. Margo 153 votes 1.7%
  • Occupation: Community Volunteer

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  Official Information

City of Beverly Hills
Touchscreen Voting

Beverly Hills voters will have the opportunity to vote using touchscreen equipment for this election. An on-line demonstration in flash format is available from the L.A. City Clerk Office - Election Division
Candidate Forums

February 19, 7:00-9:00
City Hall Council Chambers Sponsor: LWV Beverly Hills
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Beverly Hills Weekly
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