Runoff Election 5/21/2013
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Curren D. Price, Jr.
- Occupation: State Senator/Professor
- Occupation: Candidate
- University of California at Berkeley, B.A, Highest Honors in Sociology, May 1993
- Princeton University, Master's Degree in Public Affairs/Urban and Regional Planning (MPA-URP), June 1996
- Chief of Staff for Councilmember Josť Huizar (2009-2012)
- Los Angeles City Human Relations Commission 2002-2005 (appointed by Mayor Jim Hahn)
- Los Angeles City Information Technology Commission (2005-2009) appointed by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa
- Reform the Budget
- Improve our transportation and city infrastructure, such as streets, sidewalks, and parks
- Jobs and economic development, including investment in urban areas
- Occupation: California State Assemblyman
- Occupation: Deputy Police Chief
- B.A., National University
- Graduate of the Senior Management Institute for Police Program from the Police Executive Research Forum at Boston University
- Oustanding Achievement Award in Law Enforcement by the Association of Black Law Enforcement Executives
- Spirit of Los Angeles Award
- Local Heroes Award by KCET and Union Bank
David Anthony Roberts
- Public safety is my top priority. I have experience promoting public safety and understand how crime negatively impacts residents and businesses.
- I will focus on efficient operations of city departments by getting the budget back in order and ensuring efficient delivery of services.
- Business development will be a key focus. I will hire a Business Development Liaison Deputy to seek out businesses and job opportunities for CD9.
- Occupation: Community Development Advocate
- Associate Director for Local Government Relations at USC (2009-2012)
- Los Angeles City Council Redistricting Commissioner (2011-2012)
- Economic Development Deputy for 8th District Councilmembers Mark Ridley-Thomas and Bernard C. Parks (1998-2009)
- BA in Political Science with a Minor in Business Administration, UCLA
Ronald "Ron" Gochez
- Job Creation and Economic Development
- Investing in our Youth
- Re-building our Public Infrastructure
- Occupation: Social Justice High School History Teacher
- B.A. San Diego State University, 2004
- Masters, Education, UCLA, 2006
- Currently teaching African-American Studies @ Maya Angelou High School
- Vice President, South Central Neighborhood Council
- Founder, Southern CA Immigration Coalition
- Founder, Association of Raza Educators, Los Angeles
Manuel "Manny" Aldana
- Job creation/Fight against poverty
- Infrastructure repair (Potholes, broken sidewalks, empty lots, graffiti)
- Police abuse, racial profiling
- Occupation: School Council Boardmember
- Annual Member, Thomas Jefferson High School Alumni Association, Inc.
- Member, Los Angeles Trade Tech College Alumni Association
- Shop Steward, International Brotherhood Of Teamsters Local 396
- Chairperson, LAUSD Local District 5 Compensatory Education Advisory Committee
- Member, No On Measure B Committee
- Board Member, South Central Neighborhood Council
- Job Creation
- Public Services
- Honest Government
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