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Los Angeles County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
Councilmember; Proposed City of San Fernando Valley; District 6 Voter Information

Results as of Nov 26 10:38am, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting ( 27/ 27)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Christopher Cleto Trujillo 2,635 votes 40.46%

Robert J. Edwards 1,122 votes 17.23% James H. "Jimmy" Stewart 1,092 votes 16.77%
  • Occupation: Self Employed Businessowner
  • Graduate, Valley Leadership Institute, 2000
  • Past President, Calif. Stata Assoc. of Parliamentarians
  • Professional Registered Parliamentarian
  • Board of Directos, Mission Community Hospital
  • Board of Directors, Economic Alliance of San Fernando Valley
  • Managment Consultant
  • Smooth Transitions from Los Angeles
  • Neighborhood Clean up and improvment
  • Smart Economic Development
Noel S.V. Omega 800 votes 12.28% Harold "Hal" Alvord 573 votes 8.80% Irwin Silon 291 votes 4.47%
  • Occupation: Retired
  • Virginia Military Institute graduated 1950
  • V.P. of L.A.P.D. Jeopardy Program
  • Board Member of L.A.P.D. Gang Task Force
  • Board Member UNITE-LA ( School to career)
  • Nominated for the Fernando Award 1996,97,98,99 and 2000
  • Board Member of L.A. Mission College Foundation
  • Reduce business taxes
  • Work on getting better schools
  • Rent Control
Walton Dornisch
  • Occupation: Television producer
  • Father of two, Sara & Walker
  • Over 25 years experience in film & television
  • California Native/Just wrote first book
  • Family has lived in P.C. since 1951
  • Born at Hollywood Presbyterian
  • BA 1973 UCLA Film & TV
  • Create a sense of community and design in Panorama City
  • Generate a wider range of activities for Panorama City
  • Beautify the city

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