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Filing Period Closed: Local Nov 5 Candidates Finalized

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On November 5th, the local area will be voting for local representatives. In Westlake Village and Agoura Hills, residents will be select 3 candidates for their City Council Members. For all those that fall in the Las Virgenes Unified School District, you'll be selecting three candidates for school board.

The filing periods for City Council candidates has now come to a close. The choices are as follows:

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City of Westlake Village, City Council:
Voters choose 3 candidates, highest 3 vote getters win

Brad Halpern, Challenger
Mark Rutherford, Incumbent
Don Rosenberg, Challenger
Susan McSweeney, Incumbent
Kymberly Horner, Challenger

Note: Robert Slavin (incumbent) and Joseph Bowman (challenger) pulled papers, but have chosen not to file/run.

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City of Agoura Hills, City Council:
Voters choose 3 candidates, highest 3 vote getters win

Denis Weber, Council member/Banker
William Koehler, Council member/Attorney
Harry Schwarz, Council member/Businessman
Chris Anstead, Oncology Marketing Executive
Meril Platzer, Doctor of Medicine

Note: Lawrence Brown (challenger) and Clifton Von Buck (challenger) pulled papers, but have chosen not to run by withdrawal, or not filing, respectively.

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Las Virgenes Unified School District, Members of Board of Education:
Voters choose 3 candidates, highest 3 vote getters win

Mary Jo Ammon, Library Clerk
Angela Cutbill, Community Volunteer
Dallas Lawrence, Teacher/Father/Businessman
Ray Pearl, Nonprofit Executive Director
Lesli Stein, Incumbent

Note: Matthew Breddan pulled papers but did not file. Sharon Kaiser has chosen not to run due to professional time commitments.

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For City of Thousand Oaks, the next regular City Council election for 3 seats is scheduled for November 4, 2014

City of HIdden Hills, elections are held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in March of odd numbered years.