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

4 Year Term.

Final Results as of March 13

Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Tina L. Hansen Click here for more information about this candidate 446 votes 27.3%

  • Occupation: Incumbent/Prosecutor
  • City Councilmember since 1994
  • Deputy District Attorney/LA County since 1985
  • BA Speech Communication and Political Science/Pepperdine University
  • J.D./Hastings College of the Law
  • Married 21 years
  • Mother to 2 year old boy/girl twins
  • Complete Las Brisas II
  • Complete construction of new state-of-the-art police station
  • Find funding sources for new library
Larry Forester Click here for more information about this candidate 429 votes 26.2%
  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • Retired Engineer/Technical Sales
  • Council since 1998
  • BS Civil Enginerring, University of Notre Dame
  • MS Ocean Engineering, Catholic University of America
  • Chair Conservation Corps of Long Beach
  • Director Los Angeles County Sanitation Disticts, District 29
  • Strong financial management without new taxes, ensuring Police protection and quality of life
  • Complete the process for a new Police Station, add additonal officers
  • Design of Master Plan for the Civic Center with a new Library; continue design of a Conservancy for North Slpoe
Nancy S (Kirk) Long Click here for more information about this candidate 428 votes 26.2%
  • Occupation: Retired business owner
  • E-Commerce Creative Designer
  • Resident of Signal Hill 11 years
  • Retail shop owner (6 stores) 25 years
  • MBA Arizona State University
  • Civil Service Commissioner 3.5 years
  • Secretary for Signal Hill Honorary Police Officers Assn.
  • Provide a more responsive City government that serves all the people of Signal all of the time
  • No hidden agendas from the voting public about their Civil rights and liberties as citizens
  • Provide a more transparent governing system with all notices and involvements in the open
Edward Villanueva Click here for more information about this candidate 332 votes 20.3%
  • Occupation: Administrative Analyst
  • 8 Years of Municipal Government experience
  • Member of Municipal Management Association of Southern California (MMASC)
  • Member of Latino Managers and Professionals Organization (LMPO)
  • Chief Financial Officer and member of Board of Directors for California Families in Focus
  • Secretary, Signal Hill Historical Society
  • Rebuild our sense of community by increasing senior, youth and family services and creating additional community events at parks throughout the City.
  • Improve the communication between the community and City Hall.
  • Preseve the City's diverse history and improve the Library and its services to the community.

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