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Los Angeles County, CA March 5, 2013 Election
City Attorney; City of Los Angeles Voter Information

4 Year Term.

A runoff may be held on 5/21/2013 between the top 2 candidates who received the most votes if neither receives a majority. If one candidate receives a majority of votes in this election, that candidate wins and no runoff will be held.

Results as of Apr 12 4:19pm

Runoff Election 5/21/2013

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Greg Smith Click here for more information about this candidate 4657860,253 votes 100.0%

  • Occupation: Public Safety Attorney
  • Secures justice for victims of discrimination
  • Holds public officials accountable to taxpayers
  • Partner of Law Enforcement
  • Honoree, "In The Line Of Duty" Award, Police Protective League
  • Represented whistleblower exposing corruption in City of Bell
  • Stop Crime Before It Starts
  • Target Discrimination
  • Partner with Law Enforcement To Keep Families Safe
Mike Feuer Click here for more information about this candidate 151,488 votes 0.0%
  • Occupation: Assembly Member/Attorney
  • Mike Feuer is one of California's leading lawmakers and attorneys.
  • Mike has written some of California's most important public safety, children's health, consumer protection and environmental laws.
  • Mike has directed one of the nation's leading public interest law firms, Bet Tzedek.
  • Secure neighborhoods, free of gang activity and gun violence
  • Ensuring safety in and around schools
  • Saving precious taxpayer dollars by slashing lawsuit payouts and curtailing practices that result in liability
Carmen "Nuch" Trutanich Click here for more information about this candidate 102,050 votes 0.0%
  • Occupation: Los Angeles City Attorney
  • Backs alternative sentencing to reform youthful offenders
  • Advocates for city's vulnerable: abused kids/women/the homeless/immigrants
  • Successfully protected city from $284 million in lawsuits
  • Honored: Innovations in Criminal Justice Award
  • Family of 4 kids: 2 teachers, 2 prosecutors
  • Martindale-Hubbell: Highest rating for legal ability & ethics
  • Reinforce the trend in reduced gun violence in Los Angeles with even more preventive programs
  • Continue the office's spotless record of ethical conduct
  • Boslter opportunities for youthful offenders to go straight
Noel Weiss Click here for more information about this candidate 29,708 votes 0.0%
  • Occupation: Attorney/Community Advocate
  • Fighting Special Interests For the People By Winning Court Cases and Favorable Settlements Challenging Unlawful Land Use Giveaways by Politicians
  • Helped Lead Winning Effort to Defeat PoliticianSponsored Measure B in 2009, Including Winning in Court vs. Mayor's Challenge to Ballot Arguments
  • Empowering Communities Through the Use Of Creative Citizen-Empowerment Enforcement Tools
  • Since 2007, Collecting Over $1 Million Legally Owed to Tenants Involuntarily Displaced By Development After Developers or Speculators Refused to Pay
  • Fighting City Hall Insiders & Special Interests By Successfully Working With City Council to Craft Fair Tenant Relocation Protocols
  • Member of Watts Gang Task Force Since 2006
  • Working to Ensure the City Attorney's Office represents the broader public interest rather than the Narrow Politicial Interest of the City Council.
  • The City Attorney Should Promote, Maintain, and Enhance the Highest Possible Levels of Public Safety and Citizen Responsibility
  • The City Attorney Should Promote Openness, Transparency, and Citizen Empowerment

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Mike Feuer
Greg Smith
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