Los Angeles County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Smart Voter Additional Endorsements for Richard Melendez

Candidate for
State Senator; District 29

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Senator Richard Polanco
Senate Majority Leader
7 State Senators
11 Assembly Members
Ted Hunt, Pres.
L.A.P.D. Union
California Organization of

Police and Sheriffs - C.O.P.S.
Mayor Ed Chavez
(La Puente)
Coucilman Ben Wong
(West Covina)
Councilman J.L. Phillips
(City of Industry)
Councilman M. Robles
Councilman J. Castenada
(San Gabriel)
Comm.Bill Roe
Comm.Robert Tafoya
Comm. Graice Barrios
Comm. Leonard Mercado
Comm. Romy Pangiliman, Pres. CCFACC
Paul Walters, Pres.
Rowland School Board
Roger Hernandez
Rowland School Board
Gloria Burt
Rowland School Board
Jere Davenport, Past Pres.
Rowland School Board
Louis Lujan
Water Board Member
Darrell Higuchi
Deputy Fire Chief
L.A. County
Darby Mangen, Pres.
National Org. for Women
Linda Santos, Pres.
SGV Fil-Am Chamber
Of Commerce
Ed Casanova
Edward Haggerty Annette Trinh
Larry Friend
John Hoover
Rosalie Ladesma
Christine Lien
John Dattola
Sheila Saldona
Nelson Chung
Larry Luenvanos
Eloise Luenvanos
Peter Lien
Barbara Rogers
John Huges
Peggy A. Bradley
Paul Tecson
Marina Montenegro
Michele Cosner
Delma Niumata
Norma Querido
Manny A.Navidad
Jason Chin
Brian Cosner
Mariecele Mercado
Karen Friend
Ninette Reed
Josefina Tuazm
John Tulio
Annette Trinh
Rosalina Dattola
Robert Matito, Pres.
Bulacan Group
David C. Lizarraga
Michael Lizarraga
Peter Kaldas
James L. Friend
D Dominic Gallegos
Maricol Escobar
Martin Vasquez
Hank Attina
Mary Jean Guanzon
Tony Wong
Leony Cummings
Rachel Badillo
David Ledesma
Rachel Lujon
Marie Friend
Renee Hoover
Bruce Holthaus
(partial list)

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