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Los Angeles County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
Mayor; Proposed City of San Fernando Valley Voter Information

Results as of Nov 26 10:38am, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting ( 681/ 681)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Keith Stuart Richman 91,865 votes 52.60%

  • Occupation: California State Assemblymember
Benito Benny Bernal 20,186 votes 11.56% David Raymond Hernandez, Jr. 16,139 votes 9.24%
  • Occupation: Insurance Adjuster
Leonard Shapiro 15,015 votes 8.60%
  • Occupation: Newspaper Reporter
Mel Wilson 12,009 votes 6.88%
  • Occupation: Realtor
  • Former LA County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board Member
  • Executive Committee of Economic Alliance of the San Fernando Valley Member
  • On the Board of Directors of the Valley Industry and Commerce Association
  • Former Vice President of the Los Angeles City Fire Department Commission
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
  • Twelve years on the Advisory Board of California State University Northridge
  • A New School System
  • Lower Taxes
  • Improved Public Safety
Bruce John Boyer 4,350 votes 2.49%
  • Occupation: Alarm Company Manager
  • Ma;e age 41 Hetrosexul divorced single father
  • of 3, green eyes
  • 98.7- President and V.P. NRA Members Council
  • President of Fire Arms and Freedom Council
  • Regional Manager of Lone Star Security & Video Inc.
  • Creighton W. Abrams- Award winner U.S. Army
Henry Duke Divina 4,316 votes 2.47%
  • Occupation: Auditor/Naturopathic Doctor
  • Member - American Institute of CPAs
  • Member - American Holistic Medical Assoc.
  • Naturopathic Physician - Several States
  • Frmr - US Defense Dept. Auditor
  • Frmr - Policy Consultant, State Medicaid
  • Frmr - Deputy Controller - Rehab Serv. Bd.
  • (a) Public Safety & Security; (b) Valley a BetterPlace to Live In
  • (c) Job, Housing & Economic Growth; (d) Quality Education
  • (e) Government Accountable to the People.
Marc Strassman 4,132 votes 2.37%
  • Occupation: Internet Consultant/Writer
  • Graduate of Grant H.S., Van Nuys, CA
  • former middle school teacher, federal bureaucrat, reporter, computer and software salesperson, community organizer, public access television producer
  • researched, wrote about and publicly advocated Internet voting, Smart Initiatives, and e-government services nationally, locally, and internationally
  • read, write, and speaks Spanish
  • ran for Congress in Silicon Valley in 1980, advocated women's rights, solar power, and telecommuting, got 40% of the votes while spending 1% of the $
  • producer-host of the Internet talkshow "Talk of the Valley" and producer, writer, director and actor in "WebSoap," an interactive Internet soap opera
  • Technology: Assure that every Valley resident has a broadband Internet connection and the means and training to use it.
  • Participation: Build e-government and e-democracy systems that deliver government services and let citizens make official decisions online.
  • Sustainability: Encourage the use of solar power and other alternative fuels for buildings and transportation. Export solar products and power.
Gregory Eagle Roberts 3,647 votes 2.09%
Jim Summers 2,978 votes 1.71% Allen Bradford Kennamer Ron Littge
Wayne "T-Bear" Crochet
  • Occupation: Sales Representative
Scott Sobhani Johnny Walker
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