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Los Angeles County, CA March 8, 2011 Election
Smart Voter Full Biography for Chris Brown

Candidate for
Council Member; City of Los Angeles; District 10

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Chris Brown puts ideas into action.

His brilliant proposal to recycle electronic waste will funnel a minimum of $40 million and as much as over $200 million directly into LA's bankrupt education system, create over 1,000 new jobs and put hundreds of qualified teachers back to work.

$200 million. 1,000 new jobs. In this economy.

But Chris Brown couldn't find anyone at City Hall that seemed to care. No one who would return his phone calls and many inquiries. So Chris Brown came up with another idea and put it into action: He decided to run for City Council.

And now people are starting to listen. Lots of people.

Chris Brown is one of the youngest candidates in city election history. At only 29, he is already a successful business executive and entrepreneur in telecommunications, technology and real estate. Born and bred in Los Angeles, Chris is a true homegrown visionary.

$200 million. 1,000 new jobs. In this economy.

Chris has known all along what internationally recognized economists like Simon Johnson are now saying in the NY Times and on MSNBC-TV: that fixing our economy, locally and nationally, starts directly with funding education and putting our qualified teachers back to work.

Teachers like Chris' wife, Hedako, an LAUSD 8th Grade teacher with a Master's Degree in Education who was laid off due to budget cuts. Those hard family knocks, and his own hard knocks on the disinterested doors of City Hall, give Chris Brown a fresh take on public service that's passionate, personal, and urgently practical.

$200 million. 1,000 new jobs. In this economy.

On March 8, VOTE! for Chris Brown for LA City Council.

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