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Sept. 1, 2009: Bradford won the special primary election in the 51st Assembly District contest with 52.93% of votes cast. No runoff election was required because Bradford won more than 50% of the votes cast. Bradford was sworn into office Sept. 10. 2009. The special election was required to fill the vacancy left by Current Price who won a special election in the 26th Senate District.

June 2009: Bradford announced he will run again in the 51st Assembly District special election. He narrowly lost to incumbent Curren Price in the June 2008 primary but this time he's running to replace Price, who vacated is 51st AD seat after winning a special election in the 26th Senate District.

June 2006: Bradford narrowly lost primary election in the 51st Assembly District to Curren Price Jr.

1997-2009: Bradford served as councilmember for the City of Gardena.

1997-2009: He was region manager for public affairs with Southern California Edison

1996: District director for Rep. Juanita Millender McDonald (Dem. - CD 37)

1995: Director of Solid Waste for the City of Compton

1990-1994: Program Director and Recycling Coordinator for the Los Angeles Conservation Corps

1983-1990: Marketing Representative for IBM

Last edited by Scott Flodin on Nov. 2, 2009

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