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

Results as of Apr 30 6:54pm

Final Results

Candidates (Vote for 3)

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Cathy Warner Click here for more information about this candidate 4464 votes 21.7%

  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • Teacher On Special Assignment-Tri-Cities ROP/ Registered Dental Hygienist/Local Business Owner
  • University of Missouri at Kansas City-B.S. Dental Hygiene; USC-Master of Leadership
  • Currently serving as Mayor; have served on the Whittier City Council for the past 8 years
  • Director-Los Angeles County Sanitation District; Member of SCAG's Community, Economic & Human Development Policy Committee
  • Previously member of the East Whittier School District Governing Board, the Whittier Union High School District Governing Board, TCROP Governing Board
  • Previously served as President, Friendly Hills Property Owners Association
  • Provide for appropriate Public Safety
  • Proactive Economic Development & Maintain City Infrastructure
  • Closely Monitor Mitigation Measures and Conditional Use Permit Items for Mineral Extraction Project
Joe Vinatieri Click here for more information about this candidate 4444 votes 21.6% Priorities:
  • Public Safety
  • Economic Growth/Fiscal Responsibility
  • Maintaining Whittier's Values
Owen Newcomer Click here for more information about this candidate 4336 votes 21.1% Priorities:
  • Protecting Families
  • Promoting Prosperity
  • Preserving Values
Lupe (Sahagun) Garcia Click here for more information about this candidate 2308 votes 11.2%
  • Occupation: Businessowner/Lab Technichian
  • Administrator; Adult Residential Facility for the Developmentally Disabled Adults
  • Registered Dental Assistant
  • Sierra Club Member
  • Docent and Trail Watch Volunteer for the Habitat Authority
  • Friends of the Whittier Hills, Board Member
  • Whittier Hills Oil Watch, Active Member
  • Protecting the Working Families of Whittier
  • Business/Development mix that benefits residents first
  • Vigilant protection of our parks and open spaces
Craig Lebow Click here for more information about this candidate 2186 votes 10.6%
  • Occupation: Project Manager
  • Business and Engineering Experience with knowledge of budgeting and infrastructure planning
  • UCLA Extension Certificate in Gardening and Horticulture
  • Married with two young sons in our local schools
  • Past Boardmember, Friendly Hills Property Owners Association
  • YMCA Youth Sports Coach
  • Recruit Business to increase the City's tax base
  • Revitalize and Improve Uptown
  • Stop the flawed Matrix Oil project
Nick Donovan 2101 votes 10.2% Adrian Gonzales 741 votes 3.6% Jonathan Rex Bartuzik (write-in) 9 votes 0.0%
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