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Los Angeles Secession Measures

November 07, 2002

SAN FERNANDO VALLEY

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Los Angeles City Total

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F -- Valley Secession Yes 187,157 33 No 378,753 66

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Valley Total

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F -- Valley Secession Yes 124,703 50 No 120,943 49

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G -- Valley Secession--New Valley City Name San Fernando Valley 123,445 62 Valley City 23,465 11 Rancho San Fernando 23,449 11 Camelot 16,551 8 Mission Valley 10,824 5

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MAYOR

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*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Keith S. Richman 83,383 52 Benito B. Bernal 18,628 11 D.R. Hernandez Jr 15,123 9 Leonard Shapiro 13,873 8 Mel Wilson 11,052 6 Bruce J. Boyer 4,059 2 Henry D. Divina 3,988 2 Marc Strassman 3,829 2 Gregory E. Roberts 3,381 2 Jim Summers 2,759 1

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CITY COUNCIL

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District 1

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*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % A.W. Anderson Jr 3,004 19 Ken Aslan 2,436 16 Robert N. Norris 2,413 15 Sidney Gold 2,309 15 Susan Deas 1,652 10 Kim Thompson 1,208 7 Tamara V. Trank 1,138 7 Don L. Larson 789 5 Shaunn Cartwright 208 1

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District 2

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*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Oscar Mendoza 4,068 51 Richard K. Yamauchi 2,786 35 Daryl G. Pruett 565 7 Curtis A. Page 459 5

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District 3

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*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Paula Boland 6,863 42 Joseph A. Martin 1,344 8 Jerry England 1,204 7 Walter N. Prince 1,073 6 Curtis A. Wood 1,034 6 Erich D. Miller 821 5 Igaal Barak 734 4 Marvin J. Barsky 684 4 David G. Tweet 660 4 A.S. Chelebian 637 3 John R. Kuhn 595 3 Michael C. Robbe 403 2 Robert Goldsobel 204 1

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District 4

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*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Rebecca Galvan 2,485 34 Jose Bonilla 1,932 26 William G. Davis 1,195 16 Jose San Miguel 634 8 John M. Maddalo 595 8 Sam S. Solakyan 378 5

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District 5

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*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Ken Mcalpine 3,206 24 Kathleen P. Anthony 3,007 23 Al Dib 1,671 12 James J. Clancy 1,564 12 John Herget 1,501 11 Bob Bell 1,438 11 R.W. Kendall-Bell 587 4

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District 6

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*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % C.C. Trujillo 2,451 40 Robert J. Edwards 1,036 17 James H. Stewart 1,016 16 Noel S.V. Omega 716 11 H. Alvord 529 8 Irwin Silon 267 4

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District 7

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*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Jose Roy Garcia 2,599 41 Sergio F. Barreno 1,239 20 Carol Silver 1,081 17 Gina Ruiz-Goldman 857 13 James E. Freedner 417 6

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District 8

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*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Joyce J. Pearson 4,138 23 Garrett Biggs 3,780 21 Johnny Walker 2,609 15 Jay Rosenzweig 2,374 13 Eugene H. Butler 1,556 8 Bill Cipolla 1,230 7 Mohammad Vafakhah 790 4 Barry M. Seybert 506 2 Ron Littge 398 2

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District 9

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*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Robert B. Lamishaw 1,769 19 Michael N. Cohen 1,528 16 Matthew P. Lynch 1,120 12 Wilma E. Bennett 1,078 11 Ronald B. Clary 971 10 Leonard Miropol 874 9 Linnea E. Eades 719 7 Jerry H. Wang 615 6 Jim N. Topaloff 365 4

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District 10

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*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Norman M. Huberman 2,747 22 Glenn Bailey 2,570 21 W. McMahon 2,181 17 Terry Stone 1,577 12 Benjamin E. Lesko 1,243 10 ALI Malekniazi 708 5 R.A. Stachowiak 656 5 Richard Perry 533 4

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District 11

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*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % J. Cordaro 2,144 38 John Quinn 1,607 29 Hal Netkin 957 17 Noel A. Degaetano 799 14

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District 12

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*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Victor N. Viereck 1,478 17 Frank J. Sheftel 1,295 15 Carlos E. Ferreyra 1,276 15 David Molony 1,184 13 Daryl A. Sanchez 1,168 13 Dion N. Gazzaruso 1,136 13 Earl Howard 941 11

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District 13

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*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Marvin D. Rowen 3,365 24 L.A. Schapiro 2,865 20 Richard Leyner 2,580 18 Virginia S. Depew 2,381 17 Frank J. Cordon 1,066 7 Kenneth J. Scalir 868 6 Sam Saifi 634 4

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District 14

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*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Scott Svonkin 4,880 33 Stefanie Spikell 2,810 19 John Ferrero III 2,316 16 Jerry Hays 2,007 13 Randall R. Read 1,114 7 Gary M. Slavett 749 5 L.M. Henderson 532 3

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HOLLYWOOD

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Los Angeles City Total

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H -- Hollywood Secession Yes 153,602 28 No 382,478 71

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Hollywood Total

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H -- Hollywood Secession Yes 8,143 31 No 17,711 68

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CITY COUNCIL

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(5 elected)

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*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Rosa C. Martinez 7,143 11 Gene La Pietra 5,404 8 Michael B. Ackerman 4,485 7 C. Edward Dilkes 4,446 7 Paul Ramsey 4,233 6 Tad Davis 3,662 5 Angelyne 3,250 5 Joe Shea 3,007 4 James Meinel 2,823 4 Charles M. Lohr 2,667 4 Garry K. Sinanian 2,602 4 William Mcgovern 2,589 4 Paul Merritt 2,279 3 Jeff M. Zarrinnam 2,162 3 Pashree P. Sripipat 2,139 3 William Moriarity 2,056 3 Keith Stephens 1,644 2 Richard W. Eastman 1,594 2 Eric F. Deyoung 1,522 2 Neal Jano 1,472 2 Billy T. Tsangares 1,411 2

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Key to Election Tables

An asterisk (*) denotes an incumbent candidate; a double asterisk (**) denotes an appointed incumbent.

Elected candidates and approved measures -- or those leading with 99% of precincts reporting -- are in bold type. Results are not official and could be affected by absentee ballots. The secretary of state's office said Wednesday that roughly 500,000 absentee ballots statewide were still being counted.

Percentages may not add up to 100 because of rounding.

District locations are identified by county. In Los Angeles, Orange and Ventura counties, they are identified by community.

Uncontested local offices and write-in candidates are not included in the tables.

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Contributing to The Times' election coverage:

Technical assistance: Jim Carr, Martin Leadman, Stephen Bergens, Ben Hopkins, Wil Ramirez, Gerard Babb and Greg Beckmann.

Contributing: Tracy Thomas, Josh Farmer, Juan Orozco, Ryan Sudy and Cynthia Viers.

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Sources: Election returns provided by California Secretary of State and county registrars of voters.

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