Capoccia, Harabedian and Koerber Elected to City Council

Uncertified election results indicate that John Capoccia and John Harabedian have been elected to the four-year City Council seat, beating incumbent and former mayor MaryAnn MacGillivray. Chris Koerber has been elected to the two-year seat.

Sierra Madre voters elected John Capoccia, John Harabedian and Chris Koerber to the City Council in the municipal election on Tuesday, uncertified election results indicate.

Capoccia and Harabedian will serve four-year terms.

Koerber will serve a two-year term.

Incumbent MaryAnn MacGillivray, who once served as mayor of Sierra Madre, was not re-elected.

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Here's how all seven of the candidates did at the polls (note: these are all uncertified election results)

  • John Harabedian: 1364
  • John Capoccia: 1327
  • Chris Koerber: 1403
  • Colin Braudrick: 1199
  • MaryAnn MacGillivray: 1148
  • Gene Goss: 1100
  • Bill Tice: 44

Richard Mays will serve as City Treasurer and Nancy Shollenberger will serve as City Clerk for the next two years. Both candidates were running unopposed.

John Stephens April 11, 2012 at 01:39 PM
Congrats to all the candidates on what looked from here to be a great, spirited campaign. Here's hoping for a productive next two years with this new council!
Portly Peterson April 11, 2012 at 04:14 PM
All that "Tea Party" whining on Patch sure had an effect on this election. Correct me if I am wrong, but didn't Chris Koerber get more votes than any of the other candidates?
Cassandra Morris April 11, 2012 at 05:29 PM
Thanks for checking in, John!
Cassandra Morris April 11, 2012 at 05:30 PM
According to the uncertified election results, Koerber did receive the most votes: 1,403.
Bill LeClair April 12, 2012 at 01:11 AM
Congratulations to John Capoccia. We have all the faith in the world in you. Billy & Annemarie


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