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

Results as of Nov 26 10:38am, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting ( 55/ 55)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Ken McAlpine 3,510 votes 24.81%

Kathleen Patricia Anthony 3,304 votes 23.35% Al Dib 1,788 votes 12.64%
  • Occupation: Retired Businessman
  • Los Angeles City Commissiner
  • Former California Insurance Commissioner
  • Elected to Los Angeles County Central Committee
  • Appointed to California State Central Committee
  • Served on Citizens Advisory Panel on Transportation Solutionsion
  • Advisory Planning Committee for the Sylmar Community
  • Public Saftey, more Police, Take our Streets back from Drug Dealers and Gangs.
  • Jobs,bring new businesses to the Valley by giving them Tax Incentives
  • Education, Smaller School Districts, top security at all schools for protection of our children,and keep Drugs and Weapons out of the schools.,
James J. Clancy 1,712 votes 12.10%
  • Occupation: Attorney
John "Blue" Herget 1,625 votes 11.49% Bob Bell 1,582 votes 11.18%
  • Occupation: Environmental Quality Manager
  • Environmental, Health & Safety Manager
  • Quality Services Manager
  • ISO 9001:2000 Certified
  • Program Management
  • Contracts Administration
  • B.S., University of Southern California
  • Securing LAPD, LAFD and DWP for the Valley
  • Creating the Policies and documention for the government
  • Making the Valley Business friendly
Richard W. Kendall-Bell 627 votes 4.43%
  • Occupation: Builder of Affordable Housing Communites
  • Happily married For 22 years
  • Father of two great kids
  • Born in the Valley in 1958
  • B.A. Economics, Occidental College
  • Double size of Police Force, Patrol Cars, and Stations within 8 years
  • Provide 5% of City's Annual Budget for District's Discreation (through Neighborhood Councils working with District's Council Member)
  • Secure new low-cost sources of water and electricity as alternative to DWP
Tina Eick Ann Ramirez
Carol Kay Bierle
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