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Antonio R. Villaraigosa
James Kenneth Hahn
- Occupation: Mayor
- Grew up in South Los Angeles, attended local schools
- Father of two children who attend local public schools
- Prosecutor, City Attorney's Office, 1975-1979
- Los Angeles City Controller, 1981-1985
- Los Angeles City Attorney, 1985-2001
- Making Los Angeles a safer city by putting more police in our neighborhoods, supporting community policing, and expanding after school programs
- Making Los Angeles a more livable city with more neighborhood parks, quality housing, and cleaner air and water
- Working with the school district to build more schools to relieve overcrowding
- Occupation: Attorney/Businessman
Bernard C. Parks
- Hiring more police without raising taxes.
- Breaking up LAUSD.
- Unsnarling traffic.
- Occupation: Councilmember/Retired Chief
- FBI Graduate
- Bachelors of Arts, Public Administration, Pepperdine
- Masters, Public Administration, USC
- LAPD Assistant Chief 1992
- LAPD Deputy Chief 1988
- LAPD Commander 1980
- Public Safety/Quality of Life
- Making L.A. More Business Friendly
- Stopping Current LAX Modernization Plan
- Occupation: State Senator
- Occupation: Business Trial Lawyer
- Princeton - Graduated With Honors in 1981 - Degree in Public And International Affairs
- Georgetown Law - Graduated With Honors in 1984 - Editor of Georgetown Law Journal
- Admitted to California Bar - 1984
- Stop "pay to play" politics
- Fight illegal immigration
- Make animal shelters "no kill" immediately
- Occupation: Meatpacker
- member Socialist Workers Party
- member United Food and Commercial Workers Union
- long time union activist, protester against police brutality
- marched in protests against U.S. wars from Vietnam to Iraq
- marched to defend immigrant rights, women's right to choose abortion
- participant Civil Rights movement, defends affirmative action
Addie M. Miller
Martin Luther King Aubrey, Sr.
- Organize! Use union power to resist bosses' attacks; for a labor party based on fighting unions
- U.S. out of Iraq! Back right of semicolonial countries to get sources of energy they need, including nuclear energy.
- For a massive federally funded public works program to put millions to work at union wages building housing, schools, mass transit, hospitals.
- Occupation: State Worker
- Employed in Patient Care at Metropolitan State Hospital
- Trained in Community Outreach with LAPD
- Drum Major for Justice for All People
Bill James Wyatt
- A safer Los Angeles
- Livable Neighborhoods
- Economic Development
- Occupation: Businessman
- BA Liberal Studies San Francisco State University
Bruce Harry Darian
- Secession - Provide a level playing field for revisiting the issue in Los Angeles
- Remove the influence on money on political campaigns by running a successful campaign without accepting contributions
- Take responsiblity for serious issues like Homelessness and Housing
- Occupation: Businessperson
- Occupation: Publisher, News Paper
Caesar Saint Augustine de Buonaparte
- Review and asses all major offices and city departments that report to the mayor and make all departments more accountable.
- Creat\e a sensible long-term growth plan for the Los Angeles community that will most effectively maximize land use and reduce traffic.
- Establish a cleaner Los Angeles and commit to making the DWP and LA Harbor national models, as well as increasing the quality of L.A. air and beaches.
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