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Los Angeles County, CA March 6, 2007 Election
Council Member; City of San Fernando Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Final Results

Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Nury Martinez Click here for more information about this candidate 856 votes 23.4%

  • Occupation: Mayor, City of San Fernando
  • Special Assistant, State Senator Alex Padilla
  • Field Director, State Senator Richard Alarcon
  • Health Educator, Northeast Valley Health Corporation
  • Past President, Comision Femenil of the San Fernando Valley
  • Past Vice President, San Fernando Valley Mexican American Political Association
  • Graduate of California State University at Northridge
  • Improving opportunities for our young people by creating more educational and recreational programs for youth
  • Promoting economic opportunities for every family by revitalizing our downtown and creating more housing opportunities
  • Improving our quality of life by reducing traffic congestion, making our city more pedestrian friendly, and making our neighborhoods safer
Julie Ann Ruelas Click here for more information about this candidate 750 votes 20.5%
  • Occupation: College Professor
  • Currently serving as Mayor Pro Tem for the City of San Fernando
  • organized the first Children, Youth & Families Advisory Committee in San Fernando
  • Formed & actively supports the first Youth Council in San Fernando
  • Revived the Disaster Council
  • Has brought $9 million to the San Fernando Valley through her grant writing
  • Will continue to assist in the formation of neighborhood watch groups
  • Improving the quality of life for Children, Youth & Families
  • Making San Fernando a safe, healthy City
  • Maintaining the economic stability of the City
Steven Veres 724 votes 19.8%
  • Occupation: Incumbent
Ruben Sandoval, Jr. Click here for more information about this candidate 552 votes 15.1%
  • Occupation: Field Specialist
  • Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications
  • Community Envolvement
  • Education
  • Public Safety
  • Economic Development
Danitza Marie Pantoja Click here for more information about this candidate 457 votes 12.5%
  • Occupation: Behavioral Therapist
  • San Fernando Parks and Recreation Commissioner
  • Former Executive Board Member of the Democratic Party of the San Fernando Valley
  • Chair, San Fernando Parade Literacy Project
  • Masters of Counseling, Loyola Marymount University
  • Masters of School Psychology, In progress
  • Graduate of HOPE Leadership Institute
  • Providing Experienced Leadership with Integrity
  • Creating Healthier and Safer Environment
  • Building a Vibrant Economy for Youth, Families and Seniors
James L. Lawson Click here for more information about this candidate 322 votes 8.8%
  • Occupation: Financial Business Owner
  • Ph.D., MBA, RN,BCS
  • Appointed Member, Selective Service Board
  • Cambridge Who's Who in Healthcare
  • Increased local employment and economic development
  • Street & Sidewalk repair and tree trimming; improved infrastructure
  • Open and accessible local government and broadcast Council meetings

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  Official Information

City of San Fernando
Consolidated Election

Ballots for residents of the City of San Fernando will also include candidates for L.A. Community College District Trustee, Seats 1, 3, 5, & 7.
Local Facts

City Profile
News and Analysis

San Fernando Sun

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