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Los Angeles County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
Councilmember; Proposed City of San Fernando Valley; District 10 Voter Information

Results as of Nov 26 10:38am, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting ( 52/ 52)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Norman Michael Huberman 2,968 votes 22.32%

  • Occupation: Teacher/Businessman
  • Corporate Leader
  • Dispute Resolution/Arbitrator
  • reduce and eliminate gang violence/crime
  • use our taxes more efficiently to provide medical services, child care, and support for the elderly
  • reduce traffic congestion
Glenn Bailey 2,856 votes 21.48% William "Bill" McMahon 2,374 votes 17.86% Terry Stone 1,703 votes 12.81%
  • Occupation: Business Owner
  • Former Deputy for Joel Wachs
  • VNY Master Plan Committee Member
  • VNY Citizen's Advisory Council Member
  • Publisher: Pocket Notes for 15 years
  • Valley resident for 18 years
  • Grassroots Democracy, direct community involvement
  • Transparent and Efficient Government-Public Safety & Traffic Calming
  • New Management for Van Nuys Airport
Benjamin E. Lesko 1,332 votes 10.02% Ali Malekniazi 765 votes 5.75% Robert A. Stachowiak 715 votes 5.38% Richard L. Perry 582 votes 4.38%
  • Occupation: Computer Consultant
  • General Merchandise Manager-Cal Poly Pomona
  • Chief Election Clerk-City of Los Angeles
  • Election Assistant-County of Los Angeles
  • Creating Neighborhood Councils-Give power back to the PEOPLE
  • Making the VALLEY "Business Friendly"
  • Creating A NEW "Valley School District"
Gene Evan Tomlinson Norbert Soski
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