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Jan 18th
Home Sections American Politics Filipino-American Bet Is a Leading Candidate for the Los Angeles County Assessor’s Post
Filipino-American Bet Is a Leading Candidate for the Los Angeles County Assessor’s Post PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Bobby M. Reyes   
Tuesday, 25 May 2010 08:57


A drian Gomez, a Filipino-American community leader, is a well-qualified candidate for the Los Angeles County Assessor. The primary election is set for June 8, 2010, Tuesday. He brings to his candidacy more-than 25 years of experience in the Los Angeles County’s Assessor’s office.


Mr. Gomez is asking for your vote, as he believes that it is time for Filipino Americans to be involved in this great nation's recovery from the ongoing deep-economic crisis.


Editor’s Notes: To give any help to Mr. Gomez's bid, please contact him by e-mail at or by phone at (661) 312- 2869. Here is the link to his website,

On June 8, 2010, vote for the candidate that can make a difference. Adrian Gomez can be that candidate.

In today's economic crisis, politics as usual has no place in the manner we do business in county government. The office of the Los Angeles County Assessor has a challenging task in the years ahead. Department outsiders are no match to a career-Assessor candidate who has meritoriously moved up the ranks during his 25-years of service and has been involved in every step of the way during these changing times. Mr. Gomez’s experience goes from his earlier days with the Assessor's office to working on properties in the Antelope, Santa Clarita and San Fernando valleys to the multi-million-dollar properties in the westside communities of Beverly Hills, Malibu, Bel-Air, Pacific Palisades, Santa Monica and to commercial-industrial properties in the Northwest corridor of the county. Your vote can bring the much-needed professional experience of Mr. Gomez to the Assessor's position that will result in accurate and timely-property assessments to all taxpayers.


Mr. Gomez is a past president of the San Beda Alumni Association of Southern California. # # #



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