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Los Angeles County, CA March 3, 2009 Election
Council Member; City of Paramount Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Jun 15 10:27am

results as of March 6, 2009

Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Gene Daniels 1,110 votes 36.2%

Peggy Lemons 1,007 votes 32.8%
Jaime Guerrero Click here for more information about this candidate 576 votes 18.8%
  • Occupation: Public Safety / Emergency Preparedness
  • Currently work for the City of Lawndale, the City of San Fernando and the Leisure World Community in Seal Beach (Home to 9,000 Seniors)
  • Attended Paramount Schools - Paramount High Class of 1990
  • B.S. Degree Business Administration - University of California at Riverside
  • Life-long resident of over 36 years
  • Bilingual Spanish speaker
  • Democrat - Past Delegate for 52 Assembly District - California Democratic Party
  • Improving public safety and reducing gang activity in our City.
  • Expanding youth programs and sports to all City parks.
  • Strengthen social and transportation programs for our seniors
Hector G. Pena 374 votes 12.2%

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City of Paramount
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