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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 18, 1989
First, Quayle takes on the Russians. Now it's the Democrats. Please, George, find something for this loud-mouthed national embarrassment to do. JIMMY TERRY Los Angeles
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 18, 1989
First, Quayle takes on the Russians. Now it's the Democrats. Please, George, find something for this loud-mouthed national embarrassment to do. JIMMY TERRY Los Angeles
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 1, 1991
Voters will elect four members to the Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees on April 9 while also deciding the fate of Proposition C, the district's $200-million capital improvements bond measure. Six San Fernando Valley residents are among 18 candidates running for the board, which oversees the largest community college district in the nation. Although candidates run for specific seats, they do not represent geographical areas, and voting is districtwide for all seven seats.
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May 28, 1992 | MARTHA L. WILLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Three-term Assemblyman Richard D. Polanco (D-Los Angeles) has encountered only mild opposition in his bid for a fourth term, even though he is vying to represent a redrawn district in which more than a third of the voters are new constituents. A victory over Brian Quintana, 26, a local political activist and businessman, in Tuesday's primary would virtually assure Polanco's election in November to the heavily Democratic 45th District.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 16, 1989 | Compiled by researcher Cecilia Rasmussen
The Los Angeles City Clerk's office has announced that the following candidates will be on the April 11 election ballot. Of the original 119 who filed to run for 17 offices, these 65 have qualified, listed here in the order they will appear on the ballot: MAYOR Khushro Ghandhi, consultant Raul Reyes, teacher Tom Bradley, mayor Joel Britton, oil refinery worker Stewart A.
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June 18, 1992
Results of selected races of the June 2 primary elections: Congress DISTRICT 31 Alhambra, Azusa, El Monte, Monterey Park 100% Precincts Votes % Democratic Matthew G. Martinez 19,158 57 Bonifacio B. Garcia 8,235 25 Louis A.M. Ritchie 3,012 9 A. Gus Hernandez 2,973 9 Republican Reuben D. Franco 9,418 66 Nick (Nisar) Hai 4,851 34 DISTRICT 32 Crenshaw, Culver City, Exposition Park 100% Precincts Votes % Democratic Julian C. Dixon 56,707 100 Libertarian Bob Weber 160 100 Peace & Freedom William R. Williams 172 100 DISTRICT 33 Huntington Park, Los Angeles, Maywood, South Gate 100% Precincts Votes % Democratic Lucille Roybal-Allard 13,185 74 Frank Fernandez 2,981 17 Lucy F. Kihm 1,588 9 Republican Robert Guzman 3,823 100 Libertarian Dale S. Olvera 45 100 Peace & Freedom Tim Delia 44 64 Frank Boeheim 25 36 DISTRICT 34 La Puente, Montebello, Norwalk, Pico Rivera, Whittier 100% Precincts Votes % Democratic Esteban E. Torres 28,931 100 Republican J. (Jay)
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 11, 1990 | JOHN SCHWADA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two Los Angeles City Council members on Monday said they don't like the way people are being picked for a citizens panel that helps guide the city's efforts to renovate deteriorating neighborhoods in North Hollywood. After one critic said it was easier for blacks to vote in the South during the segregation era, Councilman Richard Alatorre said he was putting city redevelopment officials "on notice that I'm not satisfied that this election was conducted properly." Alatorre referred to a Feb.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 15, 1991 | Times researcher Cecilia Rasmussen
The Los Angeles City Clerk's office has announced that the following candidates will be on the April 9 election ballot. Of the original 132 who filed to run for 16 offices, 76 qualified. Descriptions are the candidates' own. Members of the City Council District 2 Peter A. Lynch, legislative advocate Tom Paterson, homeowner association president Joel Wachs, councilman District 4 John Ferraro, councilman District 6 J.
NEWS
May 31, 1990 | LORI GRANGE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a low-key race, one Democrat is challenging Assemblyman Mike Roos (D-Los Angeles) in the Tuesday primary while two Republican contenders battle for the chance to unseat the veteran legislator. It appears highly unlikely that any challenger will defeat Roos, 44, speaker pro tem of the California Assembly, who is running for his eighth term representing the 46th District.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 18, 1987
Names appear in alphabetical order. CITY COUNCIL District 2--Dan Connolly, businessman; Jack E. Davis, retired railroad brakeman; Jerry Allan Hays, home renovator; Thomas J. Iaccino, senior technical estimator; Tom Paterson, homeowner association president; Joel Wachs, member of the City Council; Georgetta Wilmeth, homemaker. District 4--John Ferraro, member of the City Council; Sal Genovese, community adviser; Michael Weinstein, AIDS prevention/teacher. District 6--M.
NEWS
June 3, 1990
Solidly entrenched Democrats are seeking reelection in every legislative and congressional district on the Westside. Here is a brief recap of Tuesday's primary election lineup in each district: CONGRESS 23rd Congressional District: Malibu, Pacific Palisades, Brentwood, Westwood, Bel-Air, Century City, Beverly Hills, Rancho Park, Palms, northwestern San Fernando Valley. Incumbent Anthony C. Beilenson of Los Angeles is unopposed on the Democratic side.
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