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Robert Pullen-Miles

Democratic

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Date Party Office Votes Result
11-05-1996 Republican AD-52 9503 Loss
09-01-2009 Democratic AD-51 702 Loss
06-07-2022 Democratic AD-62 28359 Loss
11-08-2022 Democratic AD-61 33691 Loss
 

Candidate Biography:

Born: ~1967
Married: Lena
Children: Sade, Samara and Sienna

1993: Candidate for Compton Unified School District Board (Lost)
1996: Alternate Delegate, Republican National Convention 
1997: Candidate for Gardena City Council (Lost)
2000: Candidate for West Basin Municipal Water District Board of Directors (Lost)
200?-2004: Member, Lawndale Planning Commission
200?-2006: Field Representative, Assemblymember Jenny Oropeza
2004-2014: Member, Lawndale City Council 
2006-2011: Field Deputy, State Senator Jenny Oropeza
2014-Present: Mayor, City of Lawndale 
2014-2022: District Director, State Assemblymember Autumn Burke
2018: Early Primary Candidate for BOE-03 (Withdrew)

  • In his 2004 campaign for Lawndale City Council, Pullen-Miles was endorsed by both Carl Washington (who he ran against in his 1996 Assembly campaign) and Steven Bradford (who he ran against in his 1997 Gardena City Council campaign and his 2009 Assembly campaign).
  • On September 22, 2022, Pullen-Miles announced that he was ending his campaign Assembly for the 2022 election and withdrawing from the contest (although he would still appear on the ballot).