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King Plans Run For Council

 

December 5, 2013

Christopher Patrick King

Christopher Patrick King has announced his candidacy for Culver City Council in the April, 2014 election.

King is President of CPK Mortgage and is currently serving as President of the Culver City Rotary Club. He also chairs State Senator Holly Mitchell's Small Business Advisory Panel and serves as Vice-Chairperson of Culver City's Homelessness Committee.

A member of Beit T'Shuvah Temple, he coaches their charity marathon team,

In announcing his run he said, "I love Culver City. I feel that through elected office, I will be able to make the greatest difference for the greatest number of people."

You can meet and hear King speak about his vision for Culver City on December 8 from 1 pm to 4 at the home of local attorney Charles Perelman,11266 McDonald Street in Culver City. Wine, cheese and snacks will be served.

King will be vying for one of two council seats open in the April election. Incumbent Mayor Jeff Cooper and Councilman Jim Clarke have already announced intentions to run.

Cooper will be running for a second term while Clark will be running for a full term. Clarke was elected two years ago to fill the unexpired term of former councilman Scott Malsin who resigned.

 

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