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

4 Year Term.

Results as of Jun 15 10:27am

Official Results

Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Allan K. Yung 2199 votes 23.5%

  • Occupation: Physician / 內科醫生
Richard Sun 2184 votes 23.3%
  • Occupation: Businessman/Retired Dentist / 商人/退休牙醫
Richard J. "Dick" Ward 1872 votes 20.0%
  • Occupation: Attorney / 律師
John T. Morris 1510 votes 16.1%
  • Occupation: Water Resources Engineer / 水資源工程師
Jeff E. Groseth 925 votes 9.9%
  • Occupation: Electronics Engineer / 電子工程師
Stephanie Johnson Click here for more information about this candidate 680 votes 7.3%
  • Occupation: Programmer/Analyst / 程式設計師/分析師
  • University of California, Berkeley
  • Université de Bordeaux, France
  • Founder and director of the Los Robles Neighborhood Association
  • Fiscal Responsibility + Balance the budget without tax increases.
  • Transparency + Make city government more open, accessible and inclusive by involving all residents in the City's decision making process.
  • Consensus + Public vote to approve projects such as the proposed Community Center.

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City of San Marino
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