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June 6, 2017 — Local Elections
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City of CommerceCandidate for City Council

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Johncito "John" Peraza

Loan Analysis Representative
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Public Safety: Expand Security System Rebate Program and Increase Police Visability
  • Senior Programs: Permanently Re-instate Rent Subsidy Program and Expand Senior Activities and Trips
  • Job Creation: Beautify the Community to Attract New Businesses to Create New Jobs and Increase Revenue

Experience

Experience

Profession:Loan Analysis Representative
Community Services Commissioner, City of Commerce — Appointed position (2014–current)
Member, Measure AA Advisory Committee, City of Commerce — Appointed position (2016–current)

Community Activities

Vice President, Commerce Evening Lions Club (2016–current)
Block Captain, City of Commerce (2012–current)

Who supports this candidate?

Elected Officials (3)

  • Bob Eula, Former Mayor - City of Commerce
  • Jesus M. Cervantes, Former Mayor - City of Commerce
  • Hugo Argumedo, Councilmember - City of Commerce

Individuals (9)

  • Carmen Marquez, Education Commissioner - City of Commerce
  • Javier Hernandez, Traffic Commissioner - City of Commerce
  • Jorge Garcia, Traffic Commissioner - City of Commerce
  • Mary Gibson, Senior Citizens Commissioner - City of Commerce
  • Rod Gallegos, Community Services Commissioner - City of Commerce
  • Sandy Cornejo, Education Commissioner - City of Commerce
  • Antonia Lupercio, Library Commissioner - City of Commerce
  • Rosa Moreno, Youth Advisory Commissioner - City of Commerce
  • Raul Elenes, Senior Citizens Commissioner - City of Commerce

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