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Los Angeles County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
Member, City Council; City of Santa Monica Voter Information

Results as of Nov 26 10:38am, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting ( 66/ 66)
Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Pam O'Connor 13,396 votes 18.93%

  • Occupation: Preservation Planner/Councilmember
  • Masters Degrees in Planning and Techology Management
  • Selected Work Projects: UCLA (Royce Hall, Powell Library), USC (Doheny Library, Mudd Hall of Philosophy), Los Angeles City Hall Rehabilitation
  • Santa Monica City Councilmember (Mayor in 1997 and 1999)
  • Director, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board of Directors
  • Regional Council, Southern California Association of Governments
  • Safety and Security: Ensure secure homes, safe and clean environment and highest level of police and fire services
  • Traffic Congestion: Improve functioning of our streets; build Exposition Light Rail all the way to Santa Monica
  • Education: Support schools directly (grants), in partnership (school/parks), and through City services (libraires, after-school programs)
Kevin McKeown 13,200 votes 18.65%
  • Occupation: Educational technology consultant / Mayor pro tem
  • 26-year Santa Monica resident
  • Works with our kids in Santa Monica schools
  • Helped create and fund school parks
  • Advocate for new and existing affordable housing
  • Led the fight against "monster mansions"
  • Championed new crosswalks for safer streets
  • Protect neighborhoods from over-development
  • Support playfields, youth programs and public schools
  • Insist L.A. and the region help on homeless issues
Robert Holbrook 11,164 votes 15.77%
Abby Arnold 10,868 votes 15.36%
  • Occupation: Budget Analyst
  • Treasurer, Coalition for Clean Air
  • Protect our quality of life
  • Support social justice
  • Support family issues
Matteo Dinolfo, MD 8,356 votes 11.81%
  • Occupation: Physician/University teacher
  • Doctor of Medicine, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
  • Member, UCLA Healthcare Board
  • Member, Finance Committee, UCLA Healthcare
  • Former Chief of Staff, Chief of Medicine, Santa Monica-UCLA Hospital
  • Member, Disaster Preparedness Committee, Santa Monica-UCLA Hospital
  • Member, Board of Advisors, Santa Monica-UCLA Hospital
  • I want to return a moderate center to the Santa Monica City Council.
  • I want to unite the Santa Monica community by building bridges and reaching consensus.
  • I want to increase city financial support of the school district that is generous, ongoing, and includes early childhood development programs.
Josefina Santiago Aranda 6,579 votes 9.30%
Chuck Allord 3,117 votes 4.40% Jerry Rubin 2,420 votes 3.42% Pro Se 1,677 votes 2.37%
  • Occupation: Civil Rights Worker and 26-year Santa Monica resident
  • Education:120 unit of College at Rio Hondo Police Academy and Santa Monica College
  • Completed Vocational Certification in POST Advance Officer Training FBI Hostage Negotiations,Criminal Investigations, Advance Criminal Investigations
  • PC 832, Crisis Intervention, Chase Procedures, Commercial Enforcement,Administration Of Justice, S.W.A.T.,ETC.
  • Advocate for the past 12 years, 1999-2001Elected to Board of Directors Of Wilshire Montana Neighborhood Group
  • President of the Association Of Disabilities Commissions of which the Santa Monica Disabilities Commission that I Chaired & founded is a member
  • 1998 Founder and Chair of the Santa Monica Disabilities Commission and Appointed to the Santa Monica Disabilities Task Force 2000-2001
  • Ending Homelessness, Transforming Rent Control into Homeownership Opportunities 4 Santa Monica residents only & Protecting Homeowners rights to build
  • Elected Junior City Council, recovery of the $53,000,000 from Rand to give to our schools, $6/hr increase for teachers
  • Stop our Citys Killing of 150 dogs/cats/yr., Eradicate Toxic Mold , undergound parking/parks on top,Free Bus Fares, free 24/7 taxi Cabs 4 sr./disable

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