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April 9, 1988
Randy Unruh, the youngest son of late State Treasurer Jesse M. Unruh, ended his first run at elected office Friday when he withdrew from the Culver City Council race and endorsed three other candidates. The withdrawal of Unruh, 35, who was a write-in candidate, leaves eight candidates running for three seats in the April 12 election. "I decided to run based on my concern for the city and the fact that I wanted to see a change in government," said Unruh, a computer consultant.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 9, 1988
Randy Unruh, the youngest son of late State Treasurer Jesse M. Unruh, ended his first run at elected office Friday when he withdrew from the Culver City Council race and endorsed three other candidates. The withdrawal of Unruh, 35, who was a write-in candidate, leaves eight candidates running for three seats in the April 12 election. "I decided to run based on my concern for the city and the fact that I wanted to see a change in government," said Unruh, a computer consultant.
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February 21, 1988 | LEO C. WOLINSKY, Times Staff Writer
He cajoled, he pleaded. And when that didn't work, Gov. George Deukmejian rolled out his latest weapon Saturday in his battle to win confirmation for treasurer-nominee Rep. Daniel E. Lungren: an endorsement from Chris Unruh, widow of the former Democratic treasurer. The surprise announcement during Deukmejian's keynote address to the state Republican convention here drew wild applause from the 1,200 delegates and left the Republican governor with a sly smile on his face.
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April 7, 1988 | SHELDON ITO, Times Staff Writer
Angry Culver City residents descended on City Hall several times during the past year, lambasting council members and forcing them to reverse decisions on the location of the new city hall, a proposed maintenance fee assessment district and traffic barricades in Sunkist Park. On April 12, voters will show how deep their dissatisfaction runs when they decide the most hotly contested city election in recent memory.
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April 14, 1988 | SHELDON ITO, Times Staff Writer
His victory party over, Jim Boulgarides sat in his rocking chair late Tuesday night and reflected on why voters swept two long-time Culver City Council incumbents out and put two slow-growth candidates in. "I felt that if all the people who signed the (3,000-signature) height initiative voted, we would win," said Boulgarides, 64, a business professor and former councilman. "And that's exactly what happened," he said, pointing to his 3,163 votes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 13, 1988
(Inc.) designates incumbent office holder. When results are final, winners will be in bold type or italics (*) (a runoff is necessary) and the voter turnout will follow the precinct report. 00.0 means that results were not available. (In some cases, ballots are not tabulated until Wednesday morning.) (WD) means a candidate withdrew but the votes were still counted. Arcadia 25 of 25 precincts FINAL 14% CITY COUNCIL 2 vacancies Vote % Charles Gilb (Inc.) 2,837 35.2 Mary Young (Inc.
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