Aja Brown Interview

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James Hayes Interview

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Bryan Parker Interview

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Lynn Boone Interview

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Alita Godwin Interview

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Satra Zurita Interview

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Craig Cornwell Interview

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Marcus Musante Interview

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Tana McCoy Interview

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Chris Petit Interview

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Who is your candidate? (Mayor)

Aja Brown 24 ( 4.72 % )
Omar Bradley 172 ( 33.86 % )
James Hayes 7 ( 1.38 % )
Lynn Rodgers Boone 84 ( 16.54 % )
Bryan O. Parker 213 ( 41.93 % )
Ernest "Scooby" Green 8 ( 1.57 % )

Who is your candidate? (Dist. 2)

Isaac Galvan 109 ( 63.37 % )
Al Hamade 27 ( 15.7 % )
Bill Ivey 9 ( 5.23 % )
Jacqueline Venters 27 ( 15.7 % )

Who is your candidate? (Dist. 3)

Chris Petit 38 ( 19.29 % )
Robert L. Ray 3 ( 1.52 % )
Tana L. McCoy 144 ( 73.1 % )
Joyce Kelly 5 ( 2.54 % )
Tomas Carlos 7 ( 3.55 % )

Who is your candidate? (City Clerk)

Alita Godwin 38 ( 19.79 % )
Satra Zurita 154 ( 80.21 % )

Who is your candidate? (City Treasurer)

Douglas Sanders 24 ( 24.74 % )
Jasper 62 ( 63.92 % )
Jenise A. Davis 11 ( 11.34 % )

Who is your candidate? (City Attorney)

Marcus Musante 90 ( 66.67 % )
Craig Cornwell 45 ( 33.33 % )

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Election season for the city of Compton is among us. Listed are all the seats that are up for this years election. Mayor, District 2 & 3, City Clerk, City Attorney & City Treasurer.
  • The mayor’s responsibilities are primarily to preside at council meetings, act as head of the city for ceremonial purposes, and for purposes of military law. The mayor votes as a council member and does not have any veto power.

    Currently held by: Aja Brown

    Total Votes : 147
  • A city manager is an official appointed as the administrative manager of a city, in a council–manager form of city government. Local officials serving in this position are sometimes referred to as the chief executive officer (CEO) or chief administrative officer (CAO) in some municipalities.

    Currently held by: Cecil Rhambo

    Total Votes : 113
  • Role of the individual council member. Council members’ statutory duties are to be performed, almost without exception, by the council as a whole. For example, the council, not individual members, must supervise administrative officers, formulate policies, and exercise city powers.

    Currently held by: Issac Galvan (Dist 2) and Tana McCoy (Dist 3)

    Total Votes : 132

    Total Votes : 124
  • A city attorney can be an elected or appointed position in city and municipal government in the United States. …In some small towns, the city attorney is usually a lawyer in private practice and handles only governmental matters. In other towns or cities he or she also prosecutes minor crimes.

    Currently held by: Craig J. Cornwell

    Total Votes : 130
  • Under general direction, plans, manages, oversees, and directs the operations and services of the City Clerk Division, which includes the statutory responsibility of city clerk, municipal elections, records management, purchasing, and risk management; organizes, supervises, reviews and participates in the work of…

    Currently held by: Alita Godwin

    Total Votes : 126
  • The treasurer of a public agency is elected by the voting public or is appointed by the city council or city manager. City treasurers are primarily responsible for managing the revenue and cash flow of the agency, banking, collection, receipt, reporting, custody, investment or disbursement of municipal funds.

    Currently held by: Douglas Sanders

    Total Votes : 124

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