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Los Angeles County, CA April 13, 2010 Election
City Prosecutor; City of Long Beach Voter Information

Results as of May 14 2:43pm

Final Results

Candidates (Vote for 1)

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Doug Haubert Click here for more information about this candidate 19258 votes 54.5%

  • Occupation: City Attorney/City Prosecutor
  • 10 years experience as a city prosecutor
  • Former Deputy City Prosecutor, Long Beach
  • Served as Long Beach's 1st Community Prosecutor
  • Member, Long Beach Ethics Task Force
  • J.D., With Distinction, McGeorge School of Law
  • B.A., Political Science, UC Santa Barbara
  • MAXIMUM SENTENCES for violent criminals, sex offenders, and drug dealers.
  • Make LONG BEACH SCHOOLS the safest in the country.
  • PROTECT our quality of life by taking back high crime neighborhoods and prosecuting slumlords.
Timothy O'Reilly Click here for more information about this candidate 16046 votes 45.5%
  • Occupation: Long Beach Assistant City Prosecutor
  • 20 Years of Legal Leadership in Long Beach Courts
  • Highest Appointed City Prosecutor in Long Beach: Knows the Job; Knows the Courts; Ready to Lead on First Day in Office
  • Past President, Long Beach Bar Association and Long Beach Barristers
  • 24 Years Service U.S. Army and California Army National Guard Officer, Lt. Colonel; Served Overseas in "War on Terror."
  • Experience in Military Law Enforcement and Corrections; Instructor for New Recruits at Long Beach Police Academy
  • Rated by Prestigious Martindale-Hubbell Lawyer Peer Review at Highest Rating: "AV" (Preeminent Skills; Highly-Ethical)
  • Focus on Prevention of Violent Crimes by Using Gang Injunctions to Stop Gangs from Forming and Terrorizing Our Neighborhoods
  • Implement Manditory Jail Sentences for Registered Sex Offenders Who Fail to Update Registration
  • Start a "Homeless Court" to Help Homeless off the Streets and Use Code Enforcement to Focus on Quality of Life Safety Issues and Garage Conversions

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City of Long Beach
Citywide Candidates Forum

Wednesday, March 10, 2010
5:30 to 7:00 p.m.
place: The Grand, 4101 E. Willow St., Long Beach, CA 90815
co-sponsors: League of Women Voters Long Beach Area, Junior League of Long Beach
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