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Los Angeles County, CA April 8, 2008 Election
Member, City Council; City of Sierra Madre Voter Information

Results as of Apr 13 1:22am
5055 Votes Cast
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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John Buchanan 1414 votes 28.0%

  • Occupation: City Council Member
Maryann MacGillivray 1236 votes 24.5%
  • Occupation: Clinical Scientist
Enid Joffe Click here for more information about this candidate 1139 votes 22.5%
  • Occupation: City Council Member
  • Mayor 2007-08
  • City Council member 2004-08
  • Owner, Solar Energy and Alternative Fuel business
  • Preserve our small town characer
  • Create a long range financial plan for the city
  • Enforce Measure V and build a consensus on the future of our downtown
Kevin Paschall 1134 votes 22.4%
  • Occupation: Auto Sales
Bill "Eagle" Tice 132 votes 2.6%
  • Occupation: Retired

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  Official Information

City of Sierra Madre
Local Facts

City Profile
Candidate Forum

date: Tuesday March 4, 2008
time: 7:00 pm
place: Council Chambers,
Sierra Madre City Hall
co-sponsors: LWV Pasadena Area &
Sierra Madre Rotary Club
TV coverage: Channel 3
webcast: Hosted by Sierra Madre TV
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