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Los Angeles County, CA April 10, 2012 Election
Member, City Council; City of Lancaster Voter Information

Results as of Apr 30 6:54pm

Unofficial results as of 4/10/12 9:48 PM

Candidates (Vote for 2)

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Sandra Johnson 5816 votes 37.8%

Ken Mann 5268 votes 34.3% John T. Kiramis 2202 votes 14.3% Michael P. Rives Click here for more information about this candidate 1044 votes 6.8%
  • Occupation: Retired Healthcare Administrator
  • AA Degree, LACC; BS CSULA; Masters Boston University
  • Former City Council Candidate 2010
  • Former LAPD Reserve Officer for 10 years
  • President of Antelope Valley Optimist Club 2011-
  • Former volunteer, Animal Care Facility in Lancaster
  • Member of USA Rugby
  • Accessibilty to the citizens 24/7 in person, by cell, by internet
  • Open up council meetings for more participation by citizens
  • Do an audit of city finances to see where we stand
Isaac Grajeda 1037 votes 6.7%
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