Andrew Kim
Candidate, Los Angeles City Council. 10th district.
Website for Andrew Kim (LA City Council 10,
incumbent  Herb Wessen, Jr. (D)
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Austin Dragon.
Candidate, Los Angeles City Council.
Election: March, 2011.
  Martha Flores Gibson
State Senate 28 District  
Dear Friends,
I am pleased to announce to you that I am running for the 28thS tate Senate seat. As an educator for nearly 20 years, I have seen firsthand how things have gotten much worse in our area, and nobody has been held accountable for the disastrous policies in Sacramento. I need your help!

1.     Improving our education system by reinstituting money back to local school districts and local governments that has been taken by the State Legislature.
2.     Stop the bleeding of taxpayer dollars and work to balance the budget in a fiscally responsible way.
3.     Support job growth by cutting taxes for small businesses and others that keep jobs in California and the State Senate 28th district.
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If you have any questions in the meantime, please feel free to email me at
Together, we can bring the peoples’agenda to the State Senate 28 District!
Flores-Gibson for State Senate 28 District
P.O. Box 14391
Long Beach CA 90853
F.P.P.C. #1236100
A vote for reason
Join me in the vote on February 2011 for the WIN!
log on to my web-page!/marthafloresgibson?ref=ts
About Martha Flores-Gibson
Dr. Martha Flores-Gibson has her Doctorate in Educational Leadership, a Masters in Social Work from CSULB, and has been working for nearly twenty years in the Long Beach Unified School District. She was tasked with providing support to teachers, counselor, principals, and administrators to increase student achievement for all students. As a leader, she has a passion for community development and transformation, and believes that all people can learn from one another.
Martha lives in the Belmont Shore area of Long Beach with her husband Steve, and has three children—all of which graduated from Long Beach schools—and four grandchildren.
Martha with her son and grandsons
LONG BEACH – As voter discontent increased and the state just broke a record by going more than 100 days without a budget, 54th District Assemblywoman Bonnie Lowenthal, like other legislators, could find herself in a real race Nov. 2.

The June state primary already illustrated just how tenuous Lowenthal’s seat may be in a district that is considered a Democratic stronghold.

The 54th District includes most of Long Beach, San Pedro, Signal Hill, Rancho Palos Verdes, Palos Verdes Estates, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates and Catalina Island.

In that election, Lowenthal found herself with only about 1,000 votes more than Republican challenger Martha Flores-Gibson, a difference of roughly 2 percent of the 48,477 total votes cast in the two parties’ primaries.

Please consider spreading the word about my candidacy every vote will count.  We also need donations. With the money in place we can steal this seat!Our schools are struggling with educator layoffs, and regular people are struggling as the unemployment rate rises to double digits.It’s going to be an uphill battle to defeat the entrenched politician, but if we want things to get better, we must keep on fighting!My main priorities when I am elected will be:

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