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

4 Year Term.

Results as of Jun 15 10:27am

Official Results

Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Kevin Sawkins Click here for more information about this candidate 1,590 votes 25.6%

  • Occupation: Attorney/San Gabriel Councilmember
  • Law Degree (Juris Doctorate) from Whittier Law School
  • B.A. in Urban & Regional Planning from Cal Poly Pomona
  • Chairman, La Casa de San Gabriel Community Center
  • Boardmember, San Gabriel Education Foundation
  • Boardmember, San Gabriel Rotary Club
  • Boardmember, Rebuilding Together Central San Gabriel Valley
  • Implementation of our $94 million Capital Improvement Plan (New roads, New Public Works Yard, New Police Headquaters).
  • Push for full funding for Alameda Corridor East to lower our railroad tracks
  • Maintain, and work on improving our neighborhoods, and our City Services especially public safety.
David "Dave" Gutierrez Click here for more information about this candidate 1,565 votes 25.2%
  • Occupation: Business Owner/Councilmember
  • Graduated from Occidental College with a tri-major in Psychology, Political Science, and Sociology
  • Served as Mayor of San Gabriel for 2 terms
  • Planning Commission Member and Chair for 6 years
  • Design Review Commission for 2 years
  • Homeland Security Task Force - U.S. Conference of Mayors
  • Independent Cities Association Board of Directors
  • Construction of new police facility (currently in planning stage)
  • Continue road work to include residential streets
  • Signal synchronization for major streets (I.E. Valley Blvd. & Del Mar Blvd.)
Mario J. De La Torre Click here for more information about this candidate 1,557 votes 25.1%
  • Occupation: Licensed Real Estate Broker/Business Owner
  • B.S. degree in Business and Management from Pepperdine University
  • Juris Doctor Degree from the American College of Law
  • Partner in Cousins Realty, a family-owned and operated residential and commercial real estate company
  • Member--San Gabriel Chamber of Commerce
  • Member--Montebello Board of Realtors
  • "Fiscal Response-ability"--identifying, prioritizing and successfully meeting our city's economic challenges
  • Revitalizing the character and quality of life of our historic city
  • Emphasizing and encouraging the partnership between the City Council and our citizens, particularly through better communication and transparency
Harry L. Baldwin Click here for more information about this candidate 1,492 votes 24.0%
  • Occupation: Incumbent San Gabriel City Council Member
  • UCLA Graduate - BA
  • San Gabriel Community Foundation - Chairman
  • San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments (COG) - Board Member/Past President
  • Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) - Vice President
  • Alameda Corridor East Construction Authority (ACE) - Board Member/Past Chairman
  • Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) - Sector Representative
  • San Gabriel Public Safety
  • Lowering the railroad tracks through San Gabriel
  • Infrastructure including streets, buildings, and parks

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City of San Gabriel
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