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Los Angeles County, CA March 8, 2011 Election
Council Member; City of Los Angeles; District 10 Voter Information

4 Year Term.

A runoff may be held on 5/17/2011 between the top 2 candidates who received the most votes if neither receives a majority. If one candidate receives a majority of votes in this election, that candidate wins and no runoff will be held.

Results as of Jun 10 1:36pm

posted 3/9/2011; 2:44:25 AM

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Herb J. Wesson, Jr. Click here for more information about this candidate 8,212 votes 73.8%

  • Occupation: Los Angeles City Councilmember, District Ten
  • Chair of the Housing, Community & Economic Development Committee, brought $200 million in investment for affordable housing
  • Delivered $33 million in parks and recreation improvements in CD 10
  • Authored first in the nation, Green Retrofit Program, saving energy and providing new jobs in areas of high unemployment
  • Elected to State Assembly, 47th District 1998
  • Elected 65th Speaker of the California State Assembly 2002-2004
  • B.A. in History, Lincoln University in Pennsylvania
  • Building on the 23,000 good construction and permanent jobs I have already delivered. I am committed to viable economic development and job creation
  • Reinventing City government to operate more efficiently with fewer resources while protecting vital City services
  • Improving government transparency in City operations to encourage greater citizen participation and input in decision-making
Andrew "Andy" Kim Click here for more information about this candidate 1,190 votes 10.7%
  • Occupation: Attorney
  • J.D., Pepperdine Shool of Law
  • B.A. Political Science, Claremont Mckenna
  • Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Pro Tem
  • Founding member of the Wilshire Center Korea Town Neighborhood Council
  • Past President of Los Angeles Chapter of Korean American Christian Businessman's Committee
  • Past President of the West Wilshire Lion's Club
  • Solve Los Angeles Budget Issues
  • Promote Economic Growth
  • Promote Public Safety
Althea Rae Shaw 574 votes 5.2%
  • Occupation: Victim Advocate
Luis Montoya Click here for more information about this candidate 449 votes 4.0%
  • Occupation: Small Business Owner
  • B.A., Political Science from UCLA, 2007
  • Former Congressional Candidate
  • Former University Administrator
  • Address the city's balloning deficit.
  • Bring jobs to Los Angeles by making policies more business friendly.
  • Address the city's crumbling infrastructure.
Chris Brown Click here for more information about this candidate 417 votes 3.7% Priorities:
  • Raise $$ Millions, create jobs and fund education for LA through visionary E-Waste Recycling Plan
  • A City Council office that sets a new standard of accessibility and responsiveness to voters and the community
  • I will cut my first term salary in half to send a message of reform to City Hall and a message of solidarity with hard working people in my district
Austin Dragon Click here for more information about this candidate 280 votes 2.5% Priorities:
  • Aggressively Bring Business & Jobs Back to LA
  • Restore LA's Fiscal Stability & End the Budget Crisis
  • Rebuild LA's Infrastructure & Services
Gavin Glynn (Write-in)
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  Official Information

City of Los Angeles

District 10 Map
Candidate Statements from Channel 35

Brown: none provided
Dragon: none provided
Kim: video, transcript
Montoya: none provided
Shaw: none provided
Wesson: none provided
News and Analysis

L.A. Times

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