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Los Angeles County, CA March 2, 2004 Election
Board of Supervisors; County of Los Angeles; District 5 Voter Information

Results as of Mar 29 10:59am, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting (1,081/1,081)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Michael D. Antonovich Click here for more information about this candidate 205,346 votes 74.49%

  • Occupation: Supervisor, Los Angeles County
  • California State University Los Angeles, Bachelor of Arts 1963, Master of Arts 1967
  • Lieutenant Colonel in the California State Military Reserve
  • South Pasadena Police Department Reserves-Retired-32 Years
  • Member, Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board of Directors
  • Member, South Coast Air Quality Management District Governing Board
  • Continue to support the departments of the Sheriff, Fire, District Attorney, Probation and the Courts which are vital to public safety and due process
  • Enhance emergency management, public transportation, health services, air quality, land use and planning
  • Streamline the adoptions process and increase the number of adoptive parents and permanent foster parents
Lynne A. Plambeck Click here for more information about this candidate 44,755 votes 16.24%
  • Occupation: Small Business Owner
  • B.A., CSUN
  • 2 years graduate business and profesional studies
  • President, Newhall County Water District Board of Directors
  • Special District Member, Local Agency Formation Commission 1994-97
  • Regional Advisory Council, Southern Cailfornia Asscoiation of Governments, 1996-2002
  • Balance the County Budget without reducing vital public services such as police,fire, hospitals and parks
  • Change focus of landuse planning by using Smart Growth Concepts
Linda Jordan 25,560 votes 9.27%
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