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Los Angeles County, CA November 6, 2012 Election
Council Member to Succeed Mario F. Hernández; City of San Fernando Voter Information

Term Ending March 2013.

Results as of Dec 2 2:20pm, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting (9/9)
If Recall Succeeds (One of the following candidates will be elected only if the recall passes)

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Robert C. Gonzales Click here for more information about this candidate 3,150 votes 63.39%

  • Occupation: Civil service employee
  • Los Angeles Mission College, A.S. Degree Criminal Justice
  • Cal State L.A., B.S. Degree Criminal Justice, Co-founder Criminal Justice Club/Vice Presicent, Deans list
  • University of La Verne M.S. Degree Leadership and Management, College of Business and Public Management
  • University of La Verne, studied abroad in Costa Rica, Managing in a Global Economy
  • Economic development
  • Programs, facilities, services
  • Leadership, integrity, teamwork
Gilbert Berriozabal Click here for more information about this candidate 1,225 votes 24.65%
  • Occupation: Marketing Director
  • Pre Law Student, National University
  • Former Health Educator for Northeast Valley Health Corporation
  • Former Director of the Male Involvement Program for the Center for Healthier Communities at Northridge Hospital Medical Center
  • Former Director Healthy Start Program at Jack London High School
  • Former Financial Analyst for Warner Home Video
  • Former SEIU Local 99 Rep. at Irving Middle School
  • Work with the city council, mayor and city staff to balance the city budget.
  • Protect public safety and basic social services.
  • Stregnthen our economy by supporting smart development and attracting quality businessess to our City.
Bennie Najar, Jr. 594 votes 11.95%
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City of San Fernando
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