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Attendees of a fundraising event for the Asian Pacific Democrats held in Glendale. From left to right: March Fong Eu (second from left), former California Secretary of State, Dolores Sibonga (center), former Seattle city council member and Mike Woo (far right), a Los Angeles city council member at the time this photograph was taken.
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Woo, Michael Sibonga, Dolores Politicians--California City council members--California--Los Angeles City council members Glendale (Calif.) Shades of L.A. Collection photographs