Unofficial 2012 Results (as of 4/10/12 10:09 pm)
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Andrew N. "Andy" Weissman
- Responsible Development and Economic Growth
- Regional Cooperation on Environment and Quality of Life Issues
- Community Wide Discussions re: City Priorities
- Occupation: Community Organizer
- Chair & CEO, Culver City Downtown Neighborhood Association
- First Vice-President, Culver City Democratic Club
- Secretary, Linwood E. Howe School Site Council
- Member, Advisory Committee on Redevelopment
- Member, Green Space Advisory Committee
- Co-founder, Culver City Bicycle Coalition
Micheál "Mehaul" O'Leary
- Fiscal Responsibility: Will work to improve government efficiency and maximize use of funds and resources.
- Strong City Services: Will preserve resources for needed services such as Fire and Police, Animal Control, and Youth, Teen and Senior services.
- Sustainable City: Will continue efforts for environmental education and resource conservation in Culver City.
- Occupation: Councilmember/Business Owner
- Culver City Mayor and former Vice Mayor
- Former Culver City Redevelopment Agency Chair
- Board Member, Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission
- Board Member, Los Angeles Division of the League of California Cities
- Board Member, Exposition Metro Line Construction Authority
- Board Member, Independent Cities Association
Jim B. Clarke
- Continuing Economic Development
- Strengthening Public Safety
- Maintaining a Balanced Budget
- Occupation: Director, Mayor's Office of Grants, City of Los Angeles
- Former Chief of Staff, Congresswoman Diane E. Watson
- Former executive recruiter for the world's largest search firm, Korn/Ferry International
- Former Executive Director, two local non-profit organizations
- Master of Public Administration from California State University, Long Beach
- 23 years on active and reserve Coast Guard duty, retiring as a Commander
D. Scott Malsin
- Restore Culver City to sound financial ground, despite cutbacks from Sacramento and Washington
- Preserve our communities and neighborhoods
- Protect City services and promote Culver City as a hub for new business, such as new digital technologies
- Ensure Culver City's long-term financial sustainability
- Maintain excellent balance between vibrant businesses and family community
- Protect our quality services, address deferred maintenance of streets, sidewalks, parks
- Occupation: Sustainability Consultant/Businessman
- Co-owner of Culver City's only Home Performance Contracting firm.
- Post graduate degrees/certificates in Business, Project Management & Engineering.
- BS/BA in MIS & Cognitive Science, summa cum laude.
- Former college teacher.
- Guide Culver City towards achieving world-class Sustainability.
- Balance costs against revenue and implement best practices to increase City efficiency.
- Increase our quality-of-life while sustaining our small-town feel.
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- City of Culver City
LWV Candidate Forum
- Culver City Chamber of Commerce (Video)
- Culver City Patch:
- Wednesday, March 21, 6:30-9:00 p.m.
(video coverage begins at 7:00)
place: Mike Balkman Council Chambers,
Culver City City Hall
conducted by: Culver City Unit,
League of Women Voters of Los Angeles
video (live & streamed):
Culver City Channel 35
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