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Los Angeles County, CA November 8, 2005 Election
City Council Member; City of Lynwood Voter Information

Results as of Nov 28 4:37pm, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting (9/9)
Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Maria Teresa Santillan Click here for more information about this candidate 1,911 votes 11.40%

  • Occupation: Vice Mayor/Benefit Administrator
  • Public Safety
  • Redevelopment - Commercial
  • Quality of Life Issues (Seniors & Children - my top priority)
Fernando Pedroza Click here for more information about this candidate 1,763 votes 10.52%
  • Occupation: Councilman/Business Owner
  • Grew up in Lynwood
  • Lived in Lynwood 25 years
  • Lynwood High School graduate 1984
  • Webster College LB graduate 1988
  • Computer Programming, Accounting
  • Support Fine Arts
  • Build 3 new parks for the recreation of our families
  • Finish construction of 3 million dollar New Senior Center
  • Build Child Care centers focusing on early childhood education
Alfreddie Johnson Click here for more information about this candidate 1,755 votes 10.47%
  • Occupation: Educator/Pastor/Business
  • BA from UCLA
  • VP NAACP, Local Branch
  • Resident for over 33 years
Ramon Rodriguez 1,537 votes 9.17%
  • Occupation: Mayor/Business Owner
Aide Castro Click here for more information about this candidate 1,536 votes 9.17%
  • Occupation: Businesswoman/Account Executive
  • 27-year Lynwood resident; Married with 2 children attending Lynwood Schools
  • Senior Account Executive for Countrywide Home Loans
  • California State Licensed Real Estate Agent
  • Lynwood Block Grant Advisory Board, Commissioner
  • Lynwood Athletics Community Services Staff Member
  • Pink Hat member of the Regal Red Hat Society, Lynwood Chapter
  • FIGHT CRIME: Establish a Joint Taskforce with Community Groups & Police; Expand Opportuities for Youth
  • GENERATE REVENUE/CUT TAXES: Stop Giving $$ Away to Developers & Balance the Budget WITHOUT Raising Taxes
  • KEEP CITY HALL HONEST: 10 year City Audit, Term & Campaign Limits, and Establish Ethics Commission
Mark Flores 1,420 votes 8.47%
  • Occupation: Development Consultant
Patricia Carr 1,380 votes 8.23%
  • Occupation: County Employee/Businesswoman
Jim Morton 1,233 votes 7.36%
  • Occupation: Businessman/Self-Employed
Katherine Wicker Amey Click here for more information about this candidate 1,226 votes 7.32%
  • Occupation: Teacher
  • Chairperson of Community Affairs Commission for City of Lynwood 4 consecutive years
  • Proud mother of graduate of United States Military Academy at West Point
  • Ensure City is Prepared for any Natural Disaster
  • Continued Growth with Emphasis on Quality of Life
  • Clean Up Long Beach Blvd.
Salvador Alatorre Click here for more information about this candidate 1,225 votes 7.31%
  • Occupation: State Inspector
  • Lynwood Neighborhood Block Watch President
  • Public Safety Commissioner
  • Public Safety/ City and Schools
  • Equal employment and Pay for Women
  • Promote child care services for low income families.
Edwin R. Jacinto 1,200 votes 7.16%
  • Occupation: Realtor
Juan J. Enciso 572 votes 3.41%
  • Occupation: Real Estate Broker

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  Official Information

City of Lynwood
Resource Material

SGVT City Profile
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