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Los Angeles County, CA March 8, 2005 Election
Council Member; City of West Hollywood Voter Information

4 Year Term.

results unofficial as of March 18, 2005

Candidates (Vote for 2)

Election results -- manually collected from individual City Clerks' offices -- are official unless noted above. Unofficial results will be updated as available.
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Jeffrey Prang Click here for more information about this candidate 2,923 votes 35.2%

  • Occupation: Member of City Council
  • Senior Aide to Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca
  • Member, Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission
  • Member, California Council on Criminal Justice
  • Member, Los Angeles Professional Peace Officers Assocation
  • Former Member, Los Angeles County Library Commission
  • Member, Los Angeles County Democratic Central Committee
  • Public Health & Safety
  • Infrastructure Improvements, Affordable Housing & Rent Control
  • Civil Rights & Marriage Equality
John J. Duran Click here for more information about this candidate 2,521 votes 30.3%
  • Occupation: Member of City Council
  • Mayor of West Hollywood
  • Criminal defense attorney
  • Juris Doctorate degree from Western State University in Orange County
  • Founding board member of ANGLE (Access Now for Gay and Lesbian Equality)
  • Board of directors President for Equality California
  • Labor Day L.A. Humanitarian Award recipient for AIDS activism
  • Fiscal Sustainability
  • Economic Development
  • Protecting and Developing Affordable Housing
George V. Credle, III Click here for more information about this candidate 1,249 votes 15.0%
  • Occupation: Historic Preservationist
  • Historic Preservation Commissioner
  • UCLA Graduate
  • Army Veteran
  • Local & regional Planning and Zoning
  • USC Masters Program in Historic Preservation
  • Employed by the Getty Trust
  • Preserving the Historic Context of the West Hollywood
  • Protection of Renters in Current Affordable Housing from Evictions Due to Overdevelopment
  • Protecting and Enhancing Green Space and Parkland
Edward "Ed" Garren Click here for more information about this candidate 712 votes 8.6%
  • Occupation: Family Therapist MFC27181
  • Human Services Administrator
  • Alcohol, Drug & Mental Health Professional
  • Master of Arts in Rehabilitation Counseling
  • Elected Member of East Side Re-development Project Area Committee (PAC) for 8 years
  • Primary Caregiver for my 92 year old mother Edna
  • Civil Rights Activist since 1965
  • I am a lifelong Democrat, from a multi-generational Democratic family. I am a former Union Shop Steward, SEIU 535, Childrens Social Worker, DCFS
  • Economic Justice is the new Civil Rights. Large corporate money and wealth are destroying communities, small businesses & economic dignity.
  • I am for controlling density, responsible development, preservation of green and open space and the protection of existing affordable housing.
Jerome Cleary Click here for more information about this candidate 493 votes 5.9%
  • Occupation: Public Relations Director
  • New York University, BFA, 1984
  • Served on the Lesbian and Gay Advisory Board
  • Local TV show Host and Producer
  • Cornerstone Member of the Los Angeles Conservancy
  • Parking, Crime, Green Space, A New Library
  • Housing, Historic Preservation
  • 2 new ideas: A National Museum of Gay and Lesbian History and a West Hollywood Walk of Fame honoring the arts and society
Tom Demille Click here for more information about this candidate 415 votes 5.0%
  • Occupation: Historian, Community Leader
  • 30 year hotel/service experience
  • 98% attendance @city council meetings
  • park master planner
  • Vision 20/20 committee
  • to build 100 mixed/medium/affordible housing every year
  • to take 25 cents out of $1.00 out of meters to build parking
  • to tax tall walls $1.00 per sq.ft. and earmark for senior housing

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