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June 5, 2018 — California Primary Election

City of TorranceCandidate for City Council

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Aurelio Mattucci

Small Business Owner
11,230 votes (17.84%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Fiscal Responsibility. We can't continue to spend the way we are. Millions a year go wasted on pet projects. We need to prioritize by needs, not wants.
  • I will push for a cleaner and safer Torrance. We have neglected our city long enough.
  • Stop building high density, traffic and infrastructure are at or over capacity. We also need to get rid of the Coyote threat.



Profession:Small Business Owner
Vice Chair, Torrance Social Services Commission — Appointed position (2016–current)


In 1977 my family moved to Torrance.  I attended Seaside Elementary, the same school my 6 year old son attends today.  I bought my home just a few blocks from where I grew up.  My beautiful wife is from Argentina, and she is my number one supporter.  I am running for City Council because I am tired of seeing our city neglected.  There was a time when you drove into Torrance and you could physically see the difference from neglected to a well maintained city, today it’s just a blur. 

Who supports this candidate?

Elected Officials (4)

  • Milton Herring - Torrance City Council
  • Tasha Cerda - Mayor of Gardena
  • Suzanne Fuentes - Mayor of El Segundo
  • Alex Vargas - Mayor of Hawthorne

Individuals (1)

  • David Hadley - Former State Assembly Person CA - 66th

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