Still, in spite of the outcome, the candidates have many good prospects to look forward to, in spite of the results.
I went to his election wrap-up party at his restaurant King Shabu Shabu.
He plans on opening two more restaurants, one in Redondo Beach and another in Cerritos.
I wish him the best.
That kind of optimistic work ethic demonstrates that you can thrive no matter how bad the circumstances.
Clint Paulson is helping charities in the South Bay.
He told me that one charity was glad for the positive publicity I offered on my blog.
So glad that I could write about something positive.
Aurelio Mattucci has his real estate business, and he can prosper his small business initiative if he wants to. No matter how bad the government, there is not stopping an industrious man doing what he can for his family and his city.
Leilani Kimmel-Dagostino has the distinction of serving the city's senior citizens. Now more than ever the deserve the best advocate that the city can offer.
Gina Semana will still have her job with the City Clerk's office. I hope that this election gave her the opportunity to hear the frustrations of city residents.
Congratulations, everyone! You are still winners, even if you lost the Torrance City election!