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How Much Money Have Special Interests Paid for Parkin?

Over $160,000 paid by the Long Beach Police Officers Association

to try to elect Charles Parkin, who is appealing a case where officers wrongfully shot and killed a man. As a result, the reputation of the entire police department has been tarnished because Parkin refuses to protect good officers from those who violate civil rights.

After bragging about passing campaign reform to stop Special

Interest money from tainting elections, thousands and thousands of Special Interest dollars have been spent on Parkins campaign.
Although appointed by his former boss to keep power in the hands

To Special

of a select few, he keeps lying to voters by advertising he was previously elected.


Change for ALL Citizens

A lawyer for 20 years, Pappas will work for

all citizens not special interests. Pappas fought and won against a City law a councilperson called a sham designed to harm and make millions through seriously ill and disabled citizens.
He has refused all endorsements and

special interests.

An Experienced Attorney and Leader

Pappas managed large teams of people who designed,

developed and implemented health care regulatory compliance systems.

He served as CEO of a company providing regulatory

compliance services to multi-billion dollar health care organizations across the United States.
Spoke and provided training to thousands of doctors,

nurses and administrators.

Pappas has litigated cases in the California Court of Appeal, the Ninth Circuit

U.S. Court of Appeals, the California Supreme Court and U.S. Supreme Court.
With extensive municipal law experience in cases brought by and against

cities throughout California, Pappas is the most qualified to serve.


for Long Beach City Attorney

Paid for by Matthew Pappas for Long Beach City Attorney 2014 FPPC #: 1362171