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The multicultural 34th Congressional district contains metropolitan downtown Los Angeles, Boyle Heights, Little Tokyo, Pico Union, and portions of Chinatown, Filipinotown, Koreatown, and Westlake. The suburban portions of the district include the cities of Bell, Bell Gardens, Commerce, Cudahy, Huntington Park, Maywood, Downey, Bellflower, and Vernon and the unincorporated areas of East Los Angeles, Walnut Park and Florence.

The 34th Congressional district is also home to the area's courthouses, Los Angeles City Hall, the offices of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, Los Angeles Unified School District, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

In addition, the 34th Congressional district boasts a multitude of cultural resources. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Shrine Auditorium, Latino Museum, Chinese American Museum, Japanese American National Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary Art are located in Congresswoman Roybal-Allard's district. [1]


2008 election

    Lucille Roybal-Allard  (D)  90,792  77%
    Christopher Balding    (R)  27,294  23%

2006 election

    Roybal-Allard  (D)  52,516 	77%
    Miller         (R)  16,013 	23%

2004 election

    Roybal-Allard  (D) 	78,634  74%  
    Miller         (R) 	27,021  26%

2002 election

    Roybal-Allard  (D)  45,254  74% 
    Miller         (R)  15,846  26%

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