(Vote for 4)
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- Occupation: City Councilmember/Author
- Occupation: Councilmember/Family Lawyer
- Occupation: Councilmember/Mayor/Planner
Robert J. "Rob" Ross
- Occupation: Architect/Planner
- Occupation: Businessman/Educator
- Educator and Law Professor
- Prosecutor /Deputy District Attorney
- Judge Pro Tem of the Municipal Court
- Los Angeles County Lifeguard
- Angel Flight Pilot
- Traffic Mitigation
- Preventin Fiscal Waste
- Occupation: Product Designer
- Board member, past Vice President 'Mid-City Neighbors'
- Santa Monica Neighborhood Council
- League of Women Voters
- Secretary SMMUSD Fine Arts Committee
- Founder, McKinley After Class Enrichment Program (ACE)
- Co-Founder 'Save Our Playgrounds' Coalition
- Youth Services: Child Care, Enrichments, Sports and the Arts
- Upgrading City Services
- Comprehensive Citywide Parking and Traffic Master Plan
- Occupation: Health Care Administrator
- Elder Care and Mental Health Professional
- Past president of Mid-City Neighborhood Group
- Current V.P. of SMMUSD Council of PTA's
- Co-Founder of Neighborhood Council
- Co-Founder of Citizens for School District Reform
- Co-founder of Save Our Playgrounds
- Homeless and the suffering on our streets and the effect on the quality of our lives.
- Traffic and Parking issues and the lack of solutions and Master Plan to deal with these issues.
- Ongoing and massive over-development and the lack of a Master Plan to deal with the future of our City.
- Occupation: Peace Activist
- I am a longtime Santa Monia resident and have been a peace activist for more than 20 years.
- I live in the Ocean Park area of Santa Monica with my wife Marissa and our two cats Max and Muffin.
- I am a longtime advocate of maximum public participation and mediative "win-win" solutions.
- I am a supporter of affordable housing and shopping; rent control; a clean environment; the arts; and more community input.
- I am a strong advocate for our youth and seniors as well as people with disabilities.
- I am a strong opposer of fighting, blaming and fingerpointing. I'm a resident-friendly, "get it done" kind of guy.
- My first order of business if elected (or even if not) is to call for a Santa Monica City "Summit Meeting."
- I will work diligently to protect renters and to issue more affordable housing and shopping in Santa Monica.
- I will fully support our seniors and people with disabilities and promote our artists and social service agencies.
- Occupation: Printer
- Chairperson of Neighbors For A Safer Santa Monica
- Captain of off-shore sport fishing boats
- Native of Santa Monica
- Parking: Stop granting parking variances to buildings & businesses that are knowingly underparked.
- Homeless: Stop inviting the nations problems to our doorsteps.
- Traffic: Stop the bonehead traffic calming procedures & move traffic rather than backing up traffic.
- Occupation: Publisher
- Director, Pico Neighborhood Association
- Co-captain, 18th St. Neighborhood Watch
- Long time resident of Santa Monica
Edward A. Curnel
Jon Louis Stevens
- Real answers to the real challenges facing us
- Improving the quality of life for Santa Monica residents
- More resident say in city decisions
- Occupation: Educator/Airline Crewmember
- Occupation: Paralegal/Business Broker
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