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Los Angeles County, CA March 3, 2009 Election
Mayor; City of Los Angeles Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Jun 15 10:27am
(21 Total Other Write-In Votes 0.0%)

Official Results

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Antonio R. Villaraigosa 152,613 votes 55.6%

  • Occupation: Mayor of Los Angeles
Walter Moore Click here for more information about this candidate 71,937 votes 26.2%
  • Occupation: Lawyer
  • Princeton, B.A., cum laude, Public & Int'l Affairs 1981
  • Georgetown, J.D., cum laude, Law Journal, 1984
  • Licensed real estate broker
  • Wrote official ballot arguments re various measures (e.g., Measures A and E on the current ballot).
  • Wrote Jamiel's Law
  • 1. Protect the middle class taxpayer: save hundreds of millions per year by ending "welfare for the rich" and other boondoggles
  • 2. Protect children: make every neighborhood a safe neighborhood by hiring police and scrapping all failed "anti-gang" programs.
  • 3. Promote our quality of life: stop overdevelopment and overcrowding rather than out-of-state developers' profit margins.
Gordon Turner 17,554 votes 6.4%
  • Occupation: Deputy City Attorney
David "Zuma Dogg" Saltsburg Click here for more information about this candidate 9,115 votes 3.3%
  • Occupation: Community Advocate/Economist
  • Published Author, Methods for Management of Quality & Productivity
  • Will implement Deming's 14 point "quality management" plan to improve efficiency, reduce waste and cut bureaucracy.
  • Federal and State money handed out by the city to provide services to the community must make it INTO the community, not into phony hands.
  • It is the mayor's job to represent and reflect the spirit and will of the community, not fight and retaliate against it.
Bruce Darian 5,691 votes 2.1%
  • Occupation: General Contractor/Whistleblower
David R. Hernandez Click here for more information about this candidate 5,225 votes 1.9%
  • Occupation: Civic Community Leader
  • Executive Director San Fernando Chamber of Commerce
  • President LA Mission College Foundation
  • President Justiceville/Homeless USA
  • President Los Angeles Public Access Coalition
  • Youth Service Network Board member
  • Combat Vietnam Veteran USN 1967-1971
  • Transparecy
  • Accountability
  • Empowerment
Craig X Rubin Click here for more information about this candidate 4,158 votes 1.5%
  • Occupation: Pastor
  • UCLA History Major
  • Worked in Television and Movies
  • Owned a chain of retail stores
  • Create desalinized water plant in Los Angeles
  • End the Federal Consent decree over the LAPD
  • Keep energy prices low in Los Angeles
Carlos Alvarez 3,047 votes 1.1%
  • Occupation: Legal Assistant
James Harris 2,461 votes 0.9%
  • Occupation: Union Meat Packer
Phil Jennerjahn Click here for more information about this candidate 2,432 votes 0.9%
  • Occupation: Entertainer
  • served in the 753rd in the US Army Reserves
  • graduated from the Univ. of Wisconsin - 1991
  • lived and worked in many countries after college
  • speaks several languages, including Spanish
  • Screen Actors Guild member since 1997
  • Abolish Special Order 40 and crackdown on illegal immigration
  • Slash the City budget and reduce staff to reduce tax burden on voters
  • Open door policy. Once a week, first 48 people - get 10min. w/Mayor.
Mike Manley (write-in)
Anthony R. Maldonado (write-in)
Caesar Saint Augustine de Buonaparte (write-in)
Jenney Horst (write-in)

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  Official Information

L.A. City Clerk Election Division

Candidate Statements (Taped by City Channel 35) Patt Morrison Interviews the Candidates on KPCC 89.3FM (listen with RealPlayer)

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