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Merv Evans

Democratic

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mervinevans2010.info
Date Party Office Votes Result
09-01-2009 Democratic AD-51 173 Loss
11-02-2010 Write-in CD-33 1 Loss
11-06-2012 Democratic AD-62 37957 Loss
09-17-2013 Democratic SD-26 4579 Loss
Website: mervpac.net
Email address: mervinevans2011@yahoo.com
 

Candidate Biography:

Mervin Leon Evans
Born: February 10, 1953 in Los Angeles, CA

Previous: Employee, California State Assembly
1989: Candidate for Los Angeles City Council (Lost; 1.2%)
1991: Candidate for Los Angeles City Council (Lost; 14.6%)
1995: Candidate for Los Angeles City Council (Lost)
1998: Primary Candidate for Treasurer (4.9%)
2000: Proponent, Initiative to reinstate Affirmative Action in California (failed to qualify)
2001: Candidate for Controller of Los Angeles (Lost)
2001: Proponent, California Child Protection Act (failed to qualify)
2002: Candidate for Los Angeles County Assessor (Lost; 9.6%)
2002: Proponent of an initiative to tax alcoholic beverages to raise funds for sex crime victim assistance. (Failed to Qualify)
2003: Proponent, California Child Protection Act (failed to qualify)
2004: Primary Candidate for CD-31 (Lost; 10.5%)
2005: Candidate for Controller of Los Angeles (Lost)
2005: Proponent of an initiative to tax alcoholic beverages to raise funds for sex crime victim assistance. (Failed to Qualify)
2006: Primary Candidate for CD-33 (Lost; 9.1%)
2006: Proponent, California Child Protection Act (failed to qualify)
2016: Early Primary Candidate for AD-62 (Pending)
2006: Candidate for Los Angeles City Council (Lost)
2007: [Write-in] Candidate for Los Angeles City Council (Lost)
2007: Early Candidate for AD-39 (Withdrew)
2007: Primary Candidate for CD-37 Special Election (Lost; 0.08%)
2007: Primary Candidate for AD-55 Special Election (Lost; 2.72%)
2007: Proponent, California Child Protection Act (failed to qualify)
2008: Primary Candidate for CD-33 (Lost; 4.5%)
2010: Early Primary Candidate for Lieutenant Governor (Withdrew)
2010: Early Primary Candidate for Controller (Withdrew)
2010: Early Primary Candidate for AD-48 (Withdrew)
2010: Early Primary Candidate for U.S. Senator (Withdrew)
2010: Early Primary Candidate for Treasurer (Withdrew)
2010: Early Primary Candidate for CD-33 (Withdrew)
2010: Early Primary Candidate for CD-01 [in Hawaii] (Withdrew)
2010: Early Primary Candidate for U.S. Senator [in Hawaii] (Withdrew/Disqualified)
2010: (Write-in) Candidate for AD-47 (Withdrew)
2011: Early Special Election Candidate for SD-28 (Disqualified; filing fee not paid)
2011: Early Special Election Candidate for CD-36 (Withdrew)
2012: Early Primary Candidate for U.S. Senator (Withdrew)
2012: Early Primary Candidate for CD-37 (Withdrew)
2014: Early Primary Candidate for SBOE-03 (Withdrew)
2014: Primary Candidate for CD-37 (Lost; 6.1%)
2016: Early Primary Candidate for SD-35 (Pending)
2016: Early Primary Candidate for AD-62 (Pending)

  • In the 2010 General Election, Evans received one vote.

Source: "2 Candidates Disqualifed from State Senate Election" by Paul Chavez, Venice Patch (1/8/2011)

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