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City of San FernandoCandidate for City Council

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Robert C. Gonzales

Mayor/Civil Servant
848 votes (30.41%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Listens to the community, supported a moratorium stopping new apartment buildings.
  • Ensures public safety, hired police officers and supported by the San Fernando Police Officers Association.
  • Fiscally responsible, co-chaired the Measure A campaign, which saved the city from bankruptcy.

Who supports this candidate?

Featured Endorsements

  • SEIU 721
  • Laborer' Local 300 Union
  • San Fernando Police Officers Association

Organizations (4)

  • Los Angeles County Democratic Party
  • Democratic Party of the San Fernando Valley
  • San Fernando Valley Young Democrats
  • Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters

Elected Officials (15)

  • State Senator Bob Hertzberg, 18th District
  • Congressman Tony Cardenas, 29th District
  • Assemblymember Raul Bocanegra,39th District
  • Councilmember Eloy Morales, Jr., Inglewood 3rd District
  • Mayor Pro Tem Sean Ashton, Downey
  • Mayor Vivian Romero, Montebello
  • Mayor Baru Sanchez, Cudahy
  • Councilmember Tony Vasquez, Santa Monica
  • Former Los Angeles Counilmember Dennis Zine, 3rd District
  • Los Angeles Councilmember Mitch Englander, 12th District
  • Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa
  • Assemblymember Blanca Rubio, 48th District
  • Former Mayor Pro Tem Richard Ramos, San Fernando
  • Former Mayor Dr. Jose Hernandez, San Fernando
  • Councilmember Antonio Lopez, San Fernando

Individuals (1)

  • Alex Reza

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