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Inglewood Councilmember Tabor with his wife Krishna and family at his mayoral kick off Saturday, May 1.

Inglewood Councilmember Danny Tabor Kicks Off Campaign For Mayor

Inglewood Special Election Will be Held Tuesday, June 8

Inglewood Councilmember Daniel K. Tabor officially kicked off his campaign for Mayor of Inglewood Saturday, May 1 at his campaign headquarters located at 233 West Manchester Boulevard in Inglewood. Inglewood residents, business owners, community activists, elected officials and passerbys in cars showed great enthusiasm for the 1st District Councilmember in his second bid for Mayor.

"I'm excited about Inglewood voters having the opportunity to elect a son of Inglewood as Mayor," commented Councilmember Tabor. "Inglewood needs a change and someone who will put the people's business first. I am looking forward to talking with Inglewood residents over the next month and earning their support in the upcoming election."

Endorsed by CA State Senator Rod Wright (D-25), CA State Assemblymembers Steve Bradford (D-51) and Isadore Hall (D-52), Councilmember Tabor is supported by Inglewood residents, business owners, clergy and community activists.

Inglewood voters will go to the polls in a special election on Tuesday, June 8, to elect a new Mayor after former Mayor Roosevelt F. Dorn stepped down after pleading guilty to a public corruption charge.

Daniel "Danny" K. Tabor was re-elected to the Inglewood City Council in June 2007 to represent the 1st Councilmanic District. Councilman Tabor has a long distinguished career in public and private services to his community. He previously served as Senior Community Organizer for the Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy; Community Voice-PICO; Coali-tion for a Better Inglewood, Negotiator for the $500 million Community Benefits Agreement between the Los Angeles World Airports and the LAX Coalition for Economic, Environmental and Educational Justice; and Program Manager with the Community Development Com-mission, County of Los Angeles.

For more information on the Tabor for Mayor 2010 campaign, please visit tabor4ingle

wood.com or follow his campaign at twitter.com/tabor4

inglewood.

Category: Politics


 

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