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Los Angeles County, CA November 2, 2010 Election
Member, City Council; City of Santa Monica; 4 Year Term Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Nov 24 2:18pm, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting (60/60)
Candidates (Vote for 3)

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Kevin McKeown Click here for more information about this candidate 16,337 votes 21.77%

  • Occupation: Councilmember/Education Consultant
  • 34-year Santa Monica resident
  • Apple technology consultant to our public schools
  • Champions affordable housing for working families
  • Council liaison to Task Force on the Environment and co-chair of the Sustainability Committee of the Westside Cities Council of Governments
  • Consistently responsive to residents and neighborhoods
  • 2010 Democrat of the Year, 41st Assembly District, and Smith-Weiss Environmental Champion 2009, Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters
  • Support schools, parks, playfields and youth programs
  • Safeguard your neighborhood from over-development, traffic
  • Protect affordable housing and renters' rights
Pam O'Connor Click here for more information about this candidate 14,535 votes 19.37%
  • Occupation: Councilmember/Urban Planner
  • Masters Degrees in Planning (Historic Preservation) and Technology Management
  • Preservation Projects at UCLA, USC, Occidental College, Los Angeles City Hall
  • Santa Monica City Councilmember (Mayor: 1997, 1999, 2005)
  • Director, Metro--LA County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Chair, 2007-08)
  • First Vice-President, Souithern California Association of Governments
  • 2008 Los Angeles County Green Leadership Award; 2005 American Planning Assn--LA, Distinguished Leadership Award
  • Transportation: Build Expo Light Rail to Santa Monica; better streets and options for car travel, bikes and pedestrians
  • Youth: Continued funding of schools, with accountablity; support youth programs.
  • Preserve Neighborhoods: Ensure new general plan (LUCE) implementation preserves neighborhoods; ensures creation of new open space and parks
Bob Holbrook 12,775 votes 17.03% Ted Winterer Click here for more information about this candidate 12,719 votes 16.95%
  • Occupation: Planning Commissioner/Writer
  • Dartmouth College, B.A.
  • Santa Monica Planning Commissioner
  • Vice President, Ocean Park Association
  • Steering Committee, Community for Excellent Public Schools
  • AYSO Coach and Referee
  • former Recreation and Parks Commissioner
  • Preserve our beach town character and scale and our socioeconomic diversity and reduce growth of traffic congestion
  • Continue and increase funding for our public schools
  • Sustainable growth of City Hall, which has doubled in size in the last decade, and increased government responsiveness to residents
Jean McNeil Wyner 4,015 votes 5.35% Jerry Rubin 3,731 votes 4.97% Jon Louis Mann 3,528 votes 4.70% Terence Later 2,931 votes 3.91% Daniel Cody 2,764 votes 3.68% Linda Armstrong 1,700 votes 2.27% Jeff Decker (Write-in)
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