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Los Angeles County, CA April 7, 2009 Election
 Smart Voter Misi Tagaloa

Candidate for
Council Member; City of Long Beach; District 1

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Pastor/Teacher/Realtor
  • Ph. D and MA - Claremont School of Theology
  • MBA, Finance - Cal State Long Beach
  • B.S. Civil Engineering - University of Hawaii at Manoa
  • Co-Founder - Taffesilafa'i Festivals
  • Member, South Coast Interfaith Council and Long Beach Interfaith Community Organizing
  • Chair, National Pacific Islander Community Development Corporation
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Create jobs by partnering with the Div. of Apprenticeship Standards, trade unions and schools while also attracting more local businesses.
  • Make our streets safer by developing incentives for police, firefighters and teachers to live in the city and bolstering gang intervention programs
  • Balance the city's budget within 5 year, while increasing government transparency and voter turnout.
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Key Endorsements
  • Congressmember Eni F.. Faleomavaega
  • State Senator David A. Roberti (ret.)
  • Togiola Fulafona, Governor of American Samoa
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Position Papers
Some of the Issues
Long Beach is a thriving international city that's doing a lot of things right. But, as with any city, neighborhood, or individual, Long Beach has opportunities for growth. Misi's campaign is based on dreaming bigger for our city and ourselves. Here are several of those big dreams as well as innovative ideas for achieving them.
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