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US Representatives from North Los Angeles (District 6)
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6 candidates will be elected.
[add/drop] Adam Schiff, United States Representative, 29th District (Democratic)
[add/drop] Henry Waxman, United States Representative (Democratic)
[add/drop] Diane Watson, Member of Congress, 33rd District (Democratic)
[add/drop] Cynthia Matthews, Natural Resources Manager (Democratic)
[add/drop] Brad Sherman, United States Congressman/CPA (Democratic)
[add/drop] Howard Berman, Member of Congress, United States House of Representatives (Democratic)
[add/drop] Kelley Ross, College Philosophy Instructor (Libertarian)
[add/drop] Jim Keller, Educational Media Producer (Libertarian)
[add/drop] Ted Brown, Insurance Investigator (Libertarian)
[add/drop] Elliott Graham, Internet Website Manager (American Independent)
[add/drop] William Paparian, Attorney at Law (Green)
[add/drop] Byron De Lear, Media Producer (Green)
[add/drop] Lynda Llamas, Biology Laboratory Manager (Peace and Freedom)
[add/drop] Adele Cannon, Certified Public Accountant (Peace and Freedom)
[add/drop] Peter Hankwitz, Producer/Personal Manager (Republican)
[add/drop] William Bodell, Businessman (Republican)
[add/drop] Stanley Kesselman, Author/Businessman (Republican)
[add/drop] David Dreier, United States Representative (Republican)
[add/drop] David Jones, Businessman (Republican)
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