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Los Angeles County, CA June 8, 2010 Election
 Smart Voter Mayor Mitch Ward

Candidate for
Member of the State Assembly; District 53; Democratic Party

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Mayor of Manhattan Beach
  • Mayor Manhattan Beach 2009-current, 2006, Councilmember since 2003, reelected 2007
  • Manhattan Beach Business Owner - Computer Systems Sales Repair Consulting New Media/IT - pC Help? Professionals
  • Manhattan Beach Planning Commissioner - 1999 - 2003 Chairman 2002-2003
  • Manhattan Beach Cultural Arts Commissioner 1996 - 1999
  • Former Wall Street Consultant. Past Clients: LAPD, City of Los Angeles, LA City Attorney, EMI, Capitol Records, Dupont, Con Edison, GTE, more...
  • Bachelor Science - IT & Quantitative Analysis - University of Arkansas, University of Southern California - IT/New Media/Internet Certified
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Jobs Jobs Jobs - Recognizing Small Businesses will be leading the way with nearly 88% of all newly created ones. I will aid their growth w/incentives
  • Protect local revenues, reserves, public safety, education and public works. Empower local cities w/55% threshold for revenue needs/hire teachers+
  • Work w/pragmatic leaders to change 2/3 requirement for budgeting, find dedicated $ source for education, freeze college tuition increases for 5 years.
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Key Endorsements
  • Over 50 local mayors and councilmembers from Los Angeles County & State
  • California Legislative Black Caucus
  • Victory Fund, Many Building Trade Union Locals - Op. Engineers, Plumbers,+
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Position Papers
Mitch Ward A Mayor Manhattan Beach for Assembly
Goals and Priorites for the next four years: Jobs, balanced budget at state, strong financial support for our schools and public safety, empower local municipalities with 55% threshold for revenue needs to hire teachers, police, firefighters, public works, and again to create more jobs via small businesses.
Mitch Ward Mayor Manhattan Beach - A Mayor for Assembly - Balanced Budget - Given nearly $2 million to schools to prevent teacher firings.
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