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US Representatives from Los Angeles (District 8)
(Rank the candidates you support!)
6 candidates will be elected.
[add/drop] James Smith, Educator/Writer (Peace and Freedom)
[add/drop] Tan Nguyen, Businessman (Republican)
[add/drop] Brian Gibson, Retired Engineer (Republican)
[add/drop] Dana Rohrabacher, United States Representative, 46th Congressional District (Republican)
[add/drop] Edward Royce, United States Representative, 40th District (Republican)
[add/drop] Gordon Mego, Engineer (American Independent)
[add/drop] Loretta Sanchez, United States Representative, 47th District (Democratic)
[add/drop] Florice Hoffman, Attorney/Business Owner (Democratic)
[add/drop] Jim Brandt, Software Engineer/Educator (Democratic)
[add/drop] Jane Harman, U.S. Representative (Democratic)
[add/drop] Juanita Millender-McDonald, United States Representative (Democratic)
[add/drop] Maxine Waters, United States Congresswoman (Democratic)
[add/drop] Herb Peters, Retired Aerospace Engineer (Libertarian)
[add/drop] Mike Binkley, Author (Libertarian)
[add/drop] Dennis Chang, Computer Business Owner (Libertarian)
[add/drop] Paul Ireland, Computer Network Analyst (Libertarian)
[add/drop] Philip Inman, Contractor (Libertarian)
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