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Los Angeles County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Member of the City Council, Council; City of Downey; District 5 Voter Information

Results as of Nov 28 3:32pm, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting ( 59/ 59)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Kirk Cartozian 12,742 votes 46.13%

  • Occupation: Educator
Dianne (Niethamer) Lumsdaine 10,776 votes 39.02%
  • Occupation: Planning Commissioner/Businesswoman
  • Personnel Commissioner, Downey Unified School District
  • Attorney
  • B.A. degree from Univ. of California Berkeley Dec. 1973
  • Married with four children, aged 24 to 12
  • Soroptimist International Member and Past President
  • Board of Directors, Arc of Southeast Los Angeles County (formerly Assoc. for Retarded Citizens)
  • Economic development of NASA property and downtown
  • PUBLIC SAFETY : Particulaly of School Children and Seniors
  • Proactive Neighborhood Presercation thrgough partnerships with business and community groups
Audie Derryberry 2,281 votes 8.26%
  • Occupation: Reverend
David Bowers 1,820 votes 6.59%
  • Occupation: Sales Analyst
  • 14 years with the same employer
  • Ensure does not spend more of its money buying land at Rockwell/Boeing Site.
  • Reduce code and permit restrictions to encourage business.
  • Listen to the needs of the community and consider the future as opposed to the latest fade when spending tax dollars.

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