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Los Angeles County, CA March 5, 2013 Election
Mayor; City of Redondo Beach Voter Information

4 Year Term.

A runoff may be held on 5/14/2013 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 Apr 12 4:19pm

Runoff Election 5/14/2013

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Steve Aspel 4871 votes 39.5%

Matthew J. "Matt" Kilroy Click here for more information about this candidate 3500 votes 28.4%
  • Occupation: Teacher - RBUSD
  • B.S. Engr. U.C.L.A - 1980
  • Teaching Credential - National University 2001
  • City of Redondo Beah Councilmember District 5
  • AYSO Board Member
  • Southbay Council of Governments Steering Committee
  • City of Redondo Beach Audit Committee Chairman
  • Oppose Additional Tax and Fee Increases
  • Restore Personnel to Public Safety Departments
  • Work to Craft Solutions that consider all points of view and benefit everyone.
Pat Aust 2675 votes 21.7%
Eric Coleman 1275 votes 10.3%

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City of Redondo Beach
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