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Los Angeles County, CA March 8, 2011 Election
Council Member; City of Los Angeles; District 4 Voter Information

4 Year Term.

A runoff may be held on 5/17/2011 between the top 2 candidates who received the most votes if neither receives a majority. If one candidate receives a majority of votes in this election, that candidate wins and no runoff will be held.

Results as of Jun 10 1:36pm

posted 3/9/2011; 2:44:25 AM

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Tom LaBonge Click here for more information about this candidate 8,956 votes 55.1%

  • Public Safety
  • Protecting the Environment and Open Space
  • Improving the City's long-term financial health
Tomas O'Grady Click here for more information about this candidate 5,028 votes 30.9%
  • Occupation: Small Businessperson/Environmentalist
  • Greater Griffith Park Neighborhood Council Green Committee Chair
  • Founder, Farm Feliz
  • Founder and President, Friends of King
  • Public schools funding and improvement (more magnet schools)
  • Fiscal commonsense and transparency (cutting city council salary and staff)
  • Environmental policies (plastic bag ban)
Stephen Marshall Box Click here for more information about this candidate 2,273 votes 14.0%
  • Occupation: Producer/Writer/Businessman
  • Workforce Development Instructor
  • Budget LA Advocate
  • Awards: LA Streetsblog, East Side Bike Club and Silver Lake Neighborhood Council Appreciation
  • Sustainable Streets LA - Board of Directors
  • BikesideLA - Board of Directors
  • Transit Coalition - Board of Directors
  • VISION that Connects: I will connect Los Angeles with its destiny as a Great City and CD4 is where I will start.
  • PLAN that Endures: CD4 is attractive to developers for all the wrong reasons & it's imperative that the community grow according to a sustainable plan
  • BUDGET that Sustains: The city's budget must commit to supporting the quality of life with a commitment to performance, efficiency and effectiveness.

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  Official Information

City of Los Angeles

District 4 Map
Candidate Statements from Channel 35

Box: none provided
LaBonge: video, transcript
O'Grady: none provided
Candidate Forum

Tuesday March 1, 2011
6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
(doors open at 6:00 p.m.
location: John Marshall High School
3939 Tracy St., LA, CA 90027
The Oral Presentation Room - 2nd Floor
co-sponsors: Greater Griffith Park Neighborhood Council;
LWV Los Angeles
News and Analysis

L.A. Times

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