2011 Voter Guide: SEIU 721 Endorsed Candidates for Los Angeles and Surrounding Cities
SEIU 721 members interviewed candidates seeking our support and endorsement for the February and March elections. Members questioned candidates about their stance on contracting out jobs, supporting increased revenues to protect services, protecting our retirement and much more.
Endorsement is based on issues, not political affiliation, and reflect SEIU members' and the executive board's assessment of how candidates will support working families and public services.
Election Day choices are yours alone to make, but please use the following recommendations to assist you in making an informed decision.
• Vote on March 8 for Los Angeles City Council and most surrounding cities.
• Vote on March 22 for Inglewood Council District 1.
California State Races
State Senate District 17: Darren Parker
State Senate District 28: Ted Lieu
Los Angeles City Council
Council District 2: Paul Krekorian
Council District 8: Forescee Hogan-Rowles
Council District 10: Herb Wesson
Council District 14: Jose Huizar
Los Angeles Ballot Measures
Yes on Measure G (Fire and Police Pension)
Yes on Measure L (Public Library Funding)
Yes on Measure M (Medical Marijuana Tax)
Yes on Measure O (Oil Tax)
Los Angeles Community College District Board
LACCD-Seat No. 3: Steve Veres
LACCD-Seat No. 5: Scott Svonkin,
LACCD-Seat No. 7: Miguel Santiago
Los Angeles Unified School District
District 5: Luis Sanchez
District 7: Richard Vladovic
Asuza City Council
Bell City Council
Burbank City Council
Inglewood Council District 1
*Inglewood election on March 22
Monterey Park City Council
Pasadena City Council
District 1: Jacque Robinson
District 4: Chris Chahinian
District 6: Steve Madison
San Fernando City Council
South Gate City Council