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Los Angeles County, CA November 4, 2003 Election
Mayor; City of Hawthorne Voter Information

Results as of Nov 24 1:43pm, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting (16/16)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Larry M. Guidi 3,043 votes 72.11%

  • Occupation: Mayor of Hawthorne
Felipe Merino Click here for more information about this candidate 1,177 votes 27.89%
  • Occupation: Executive Director
  • Hawthorne High School Graduate
  • Stanford University Graduate
  • Notre Dame Law School Graduate
  • Hawthorne Chamber of Commerce, President
  • South Bay Association of Chambers of Commerce Military Taskforce, Member
  • Spreading well thought out development throughout the major corridors of our City with community input
  • Bringing high quality jobs to our City for our residents
  • Promoting the improvement of our high schools and the educational achievement of our children

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City of Hawthorne

Candidate Forum
Thur Oct 23, 7-9:45pm
Dana School Cafeteria,
Aviation at 135th, Hawthorne
Hawthorne Municipal Candidates, 7-9pm;
Centinela Valley School Board Candidates, 9:10-9:45pm
Sponsors: LWV Beach Cities; Hollyglen Homeowners Association
Info: Linda Mack, 310/545-4738
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