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Los Angeles County, CA April 10, 2012 Election
 Smart Voter Jim B. Clarke

Candidate for
Member, City Council; City of Culver City

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Biographical Highlights
  • 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
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • 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
Key Endorsements
  • Culver City Democratic Club
  • Culver City Chamber of Commerce
  • Culver City Employees Association
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Position Papers
Financial Security & Stability for Culver City
Jim will use a common-sense approach to stabilizing Culver City's budget without making drastic cuts.
Preserving Neighborhood Integrity and Making Best Use of Smart Technology
Jim will protect Culver City's neighborhoods from traffic, parking and noise associated with new development, while encouraging the use of green technology and transportation to reduce the impact on our neighborhoods.
Vision for Culver City's Future
Jim will bring together all of Culver City's stakeholders - businesses, non-profits and residents - to collaborate on creating a vision for Culver City's future.
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