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May 20, 2003 Election

City | School | Local Measures
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    Council Member; City of Los Angeles; District 10

    • Martin Ludlow
      11643 votes 55.8%
    • Deron E. Williams
      9219 votes 44.2%

    Council Member; City of Los Angeles; District 12


    Board Member; Los Angeles Unified School District; District 5

    Member of the Board of Trustees; Los Angeles Community College District; Office 3

    Local Measures

    Measure AA Local Community College Repair and Safety Measure -- Los Angeles Community College District (General Obligation Bond Measure - 55% Approval Required)
    108,617 / 64.1% Yes votes ...... 60,936 / 35.9% No votes
    To prepare students for jobs and four-year colleges, train nurses, police, firefighters, emergency medical personnel, improve health, safety, security conditions at Pierce College, Valley College, East Los Angeles College, Harbor College, Los Angeles City College, Los Angeles Southwest College, Mission College, West Los Angeles College, Los Angeles Trade Technical College; construct computer technology centers to train students for high-tech jobs; repair deteriorating classrooms, science laboratories, libraries; expand educational centers in underserved communities; upgrade heating, plumbing, wiring, roofs, sewers, energy efficiency, water conservation; improve campus environmental standards, safety, lighting, fire alarms, sprinklers, intercoms, fire doors; and acquire/improve real property and/or build new classrooms to relieve overcrowding, shall the Los Angeles Community College District issue $980 million dollars in bonds at interest rates within legal limits, require citizens' oversight for each college, annual independent financial audits, with no money for administrators' salaries?

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