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Los Angeles County, CA June 6, 2006 Election
Member, Green Party County Council; County of Los Angeles; Senate District 17 & 19 Voter Information

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Ellen L. Maisen (write-in) Click here for more information about this candidate

  • Occupation: Teacher/Educator
  • Science/ Math Teacher LAUSD
  • 2002 Masters in Educational Administration
  • Advisor District Intern BTSA Program LAUSD
  • LEARN Parent Council Member
  • PTA Parlimentarian
  • Elected to First Green County Council
  • I will work to build the Grassroots of the Green Party in Los Angeles County
  • I will help provide opportunities to include and support the diverse interests in Los Angeles County.
  • I will help build effective democracy in our Green Party structures ensuring citizens a platform to work with their leaders.
Celia Sorensen (write-in)

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