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Norma Jean Almodovar


Date Party Office Votes Result
11-04-1986 Libertarian Lieutenant Governor 90157 Loss

Candidate Biography:

Born May 27, 1951 in Binghamton, New York
Married: Radames Almodova (m. 1970, div. 1973), Victor (m. 1984)

1972-1982: Civilian Traffic Officer, Los Angeles Police Department
2012: Opponent, Proposition 35 [Human Trafficking Penalties] (Passed; 81.1%)

  • Legal Troubles: In September 1983, Almodovar was charged with, and later convicted of pandering. She served 2 years and 7 months on probation before her probation was overturned and she was incarcerated for 18 months at the California Institute for Women (Chino, CA) followed by three years on parole.
  • AUTHOR: Almodovar was the author of Cop to Call Girl (1994) which details her life from police officer to prostitute.

Source: Biography on personal website [] (accessed 5/1/2012)