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Los Angeles County, CA May 1, 2007 Election
Council Member; City of Long Beach; District 6 Voter Information

Term Ending July 15, 2008.

Results as of May 2 2:31pm
2050 Votes Cast
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Dee Andrews 555 votes 27.1%

  • Occupation: Court Liaison/LBUSD
Alvin Richard "Al" Austin Click here for more information about this candidate 506 votes 24.7%
  • Occupation: Labor Advocate/Consultant
  • M.P.A. program, CSULB
  • B.S. in Organization Mgmt, Univ of. La Verne
  • Chair, Long beach Police Complaint Commission, 2004-2005
  • Chair, Academic Uprise, Inc.
  • Co-Chair, Long Beach MLK, Jr. Parade
  • Advisory Board, Long Beach Midnight Basketball Program
  • Public Safety
  • Economic Development
  • Youth Opportunity Initiatives
Ahmed Carl Saafir Click here for more information about this candidate 357 votes 17.4%
  • Occupation: Business Owner
  • Long Beach Civil Service Commission - Commissioner and Vice President
  • Long Beach Community Improvement League - Chairman of the Board
  • Long Beach Central Are Association - Treasurer
  • South Coast Interfaith Council - Board Member
  • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People - Past President
  • Atlantic Community and Economic Development Corp - Past President
  • Crime & Public Safety
  • Our Children's Education
  • Building Community Wealth
Edward Acevedo 341 votes 16.6%
  • Occupation: Long Beach Teacher
Lillian Parker Click here for more information about this candidate 226 votes 11.0%
  • Occupation: Audit Supervisor
  • Vice-Chair, Citizens Police Complaint Commission
  • Youth and Gang Violence Prevention Task Force
  • Central Neighborhood Advisory Committee
  • Wrigley Association
  • Central Project Area Committee
  • Pubilc Safety to Keep Our Families Safe
  • Unite the 6th District to have one Voice at City Hall
  • Provide all available City Resources to the Community
Lee Davis Click here for more information about this candidate 46 votes 2.2%
  • Occupation: Publisher
  • B.S Illinois State University
  • M.A. Roosevelt University
  • PHD Candidate Fuller Theology Seminary
  • Math Traning Specialist
  • Taught English People Republic of China
  • Publisher of The Wrigley Bulletin and News
  • Build Parking lots from empty lots on Pacific and Orange Ave
  • Predatory Lending Ordinance-rental control,-affordable housing
  • Job Placement Center in 6th District
J. A. Caruthers (withdrawn) 19 votes 0.9%
  • Occupation: Professor of Psychology

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City of Long Beach

Council District 6
Local Facts

City Profile
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Be an informed voter! The Long Beach League will be moderating a Sixth District candidate forum on March 21 at the California Recreation Center, 1550 Martin Luther King Ave. from 6 to 8 PM under the sponsorship of the Central Area Association, the NAACP, Delta Sigma Theta Alumnae and the National Council of Negro Women. All seven candidates for the open Sixth District City Council seat have been invited. Candidates will make opening statements, answer written questions from the audience, and make brief closing statements. We encourage Sixth District voters to attend and participate with your questions.
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