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LWV League of Women Voters of California
Los Angeles County, CA November 6, 2001 Election
 Smart Voter Mae Thomas

Candidate for
Governing Board Member; Compton Unified School District

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Works at Martin Luther King - Drew Hospital,
  • Mae has lived in Compton for over 38 years.
  • Mae has three children and 14 grandchildren, 11 of whom currently attend Compton schools.
  • Member of the Board of Directors for SEIU Local 660 and shop steward
  • On the Compton College Personnel Commission
  • Active in many organizations in the community, from Democratic Clubs to Southern Area Clergy Council
  • On the Centennial School Site Council and Advisory Board and is a Certified Parenting Facilitator
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Ensuring that every student can reach their full potential by recruiting and maintaining dedicated and qualified teachers
  • Creating a safe environment with improved infrastructure where students can learn
  • Bringing together parents, students, teachers and certificated and classified employees to come up with joint solutions to the District's problems
Key Endorsements
  • Congresswoman Maxine Waters
  • Assembly Speaker-Elect Herb Wesson
  • Council Woman Yvonne Arceneaux
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Campaign Contact Information
E-mail: none
Phone: (310) 345-5716
Fax: none
2026 North Corlett Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90050

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