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Los Angeles County, CA March 6, 2001 Election
Council Member; City of South Pasadena Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Order is random and changes daily.

Christine Chee-Ruiter

  • Occupation: Commissioner/Entrepreneur
  • 13-year South Pasadena resident
  • Commissioner, Public Safety Commmission
  • Caltech Ph.D. in Computation and Neural Systems
  • B.S. in Engineering from Harvey Mudd College
  • Co-Founder, Golden Age Technologies
  • Married to Karl Ruiter
  • Fight 710 freeway extension / Reduce traffic congestion
  • Establish formal lines of communication between City and School Board
  • Strong support for Public Safety and Quality of Life
David A. Whitman
  • Occupation: Western Regional Sales Representative
  • Eagle Scout
  • Sierra Club Member
  • Attract new businesses
  • Repair and upgrade basic municipal infrastructure
  • Reduce traffic congestion
Michael A. Cacciotti
David Saeta
  • Occupation: South Pasadena City Council: Mayor and Councilmember
  • Blue Line Construction Authority: Chairman and Director
  • UCLA: Master of Business Administration ('87)
  • SPHS ('77) Stanford University:BA ('81)
  • No 710 - implementation of the low build alternative
  • Long range plan to address our deteriorating streets, water system and sewer system
  • Revitalization and restoration of downtown business district

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