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Los Angeles County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
Councilmember; Proposed City of San Fernando Valley; District 11 Voter Information

Results as of Nov 26 10:38am, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting ( 31/ 31)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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James "Jamie" Cordaro 2,300 votes 38.79%

John Quinn 1,734 votes 29.25%
  • Occupation: Executive Television Producer
  • Over 25 yrs. of experience in the entertainment industry.
  • Honors graduate from UCLA Theatre Arts Department.
  • Community Volunteer
  • Native Californian and resident of Van Nuys for 14 yrs.
  • Environmentally concerned citizen.
  • Married and father of two wonderful children.
  • Increase public safety.
  • Enhance business and reduce runaway film production.
  • Improve public education.
Hal Netkin 1,035 votes 17.46%
  • Occupation: Retired Business Owner
  • Electrical Engineer by education.
  • Utilized my engineering background to form my own Technical Recruiting business which I ran successfully for the last 23 years.
  • As a Van Nuys Block Captain, I have been an anti-crime and quality-of-life activist.
  • Reduce significantly, gangs and crime
  • Make our city safe from terrorism
  • Restore the Quality of Life to the Valley.
Noel A. Degaetano 860 votes 14.50%
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