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Los Angeles County, CA June 6, 2006 Election
Member of the State Assembly; District 58; Democratic Party Voter Information

You can vote in this contest only if registered in the Democratic party, or as "Decline to State" requesting a Democratic ballot at your polling location.

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Results as of Jul 13 4:04pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (220/220)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Charles M. "Chuck" Calderon Click here for more information about this candidate 9,272 votes 37.2%

  • Occupation: State Healthcare Commissioner
  • California State Senator, retired
  • First Latino Senate Majority Leader in California
  • Former California State Assembly Member
  • Former Montebello School Board Member
  • Former Prosecutor with LA City Attorney's Office
  • Dedicated to Improving Public Education in our Community
  • Experienced Leadership for a Safe and Healthy California
Owen Newcomer Click here for more information about this candidate 5,524 votes 22.1%
  • Occupation: Teacher
  • Rio Hondo College, 1975-present
  • Whittier College, 2005-present
  • Whittier City Council, 2000-present
  • Mayor, City of Whittier, 2004-2005
  • Whittier School Board, 1989-2000
  • School Board President, Three Terms
  • Promote qualtiy education
  • Increase clean-up of industrial pollution
  • Improve access to quality health care
David W. Armenta Click here for more information about this candidate 5,235 votes 20.9%
  • Occupation: Councilmember/Municipal Consultant
  • Pico Rivera City Council 2000 to Present
  • Mayor City of Pico Rivera 2005 to 2006
  • Associate of Arts Degree- Rio Hondo College
  • Masters Degree in Business Administration. Redlands University
  • Masters Degree in Public Contract Law- Northrup Institute of Law
  • Currently Pursuing PHD at USC in Planning & Development
  • Improve Quality of Education and Providing Better Protection for Our Children at School
  • Improve Our Infrastructure by Attracting State Funds for Beautification & Economic Development
  • Improve Access to Quality & Responsible Health Care for Seniors and Working Families
Geraldine "Gerri" Guzman Click here for more information about this candidate 4,950 votes 19.8%
  • Occupation: City Treasurer/Trustee
  • Board Member, Montebello Unified School District
  • Staff at Congresswoman Napolitano Office
  • Ensure that our tax dollars are spent to keep our neighborhoods safe-Restore our public school system.
  • Work with local law enforcement and first responders to secure the additional state funding needed to hire more police officers, firefighters and para
  • Fight against wasteful spending

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