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Hews Media Group-Community News “LIVE” Election Coverage

Updated at 10:18

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HMG-CN will be posting election results as they happen on key races in HMG-CN’s distribution area. The races we will be covering  include:

Update 11:07

Letty Mendoza, Maynard Law, Sophia Tse, and Christopher Apodaca won their respective elections.
ABC 1

 

Candidate Party Votes Percent
LETTY MENDOZA   596 54.73
GREG R UTTECHT   493 45.27

Registration** 6,695
Precincts Reporting* 3
Total Precincts 3
% Precincts Reporting 100

 

 

 

ABC 4

 

Candidate Party Votes Percent
MAYNARD G LAW   687 54.78
LATHA VASAN   567 45.22

Registration** 9,495
Precincts Reporting* 4
Total Precincts 4
% Precincts Reporting 100

 

ABC 5

 

Candidate Party Votes Percent
SOPHIA M TSE   524 62.23
HUGO ENCISO   318 37.77

Registration** 8,588
Precincts Reporting* 4
Total Precincts 4
% Precincts Reporting 100

ABC 7

 

 

Candidate Party Votes Percent
C T APODACA   371 50.54
SILVESTRE VASQUEZ   363 49.46

Registration** 5,661
Precincts Reporting* 3
Total Precincts 3
% Precincts Reporting 100

 


 

 

BUSD

CUADROS AND CLEVELAND WILL WIN.

 

Candidate Party Votes Percent
DEBRA CUADROS   880 33.47
JERRY L CLEVELAND   817 31.08
JOHN HUGO COLEMAN   516 19.63
OLE NERVIK   416 15.82

 

 

 

Gutierrez will win.

 

 

 

 

DUSD 3

Candidate Party Votes Percent
WILLIE GUTIERREZ   261 67.54
CLAUDIA MEDINA   111 32.46

 

 

DUSD 4

 

Candidate Party Votes Percent
DONALD E LA PLANTE   328 51.65
LINDA S SALDANA   195 30.71
MARIA AVALOS   112 17.64

Registration** 8,546
Precincts Reporting* 6
Total Precincts 6
% Precincts Reporting 100

 

DUSD 6

 

 

Candidate Party Votes Percent
D MARK MORRIS   127 56.70
VANESSA RODRIGUEZ   97 43.30

Registration** 6,915
Precincts Reporting* 3
Total Precincts 3
% Precincts Reporting 100

 


 

El Ranc

Vote For No More Than 2

Candidate Party Votes Percent
TERESA LUGO MERINO   605 27.51
ALFRED RENTERIA   477 21.69
GABRIEL OROSCO   460 20.92
ARLENE PEREZ   271 12.32
RAUL ELIAS   268 12.19
VICTOR GONZALEZ   118 5.37

Registration** 31,142
Precincts Reporting* 3
Total Precincts 15
% Precincts Reporting 20.0

 



 

Hank Trimble and Myra Maravilla win.

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Vote For No More Than 2

Candidate Party Votes Percent
HANK TRIMBLE   366 28.22
MYRA MARAVILLA   353 27.22
VICTOR FARFAN   300 23.13
TERESA MACIAS   278 21.43

Registration** 4,795
Precincts Reporting* 3
Total Precincts 3
% Precincts Reporting 100

 

 



 

15.38% precincts reporting

Lynwood coun

 

Vote For No More Than 2

Candidate Party Votes Percent
AIDE CASTRO   271 27.29
SALVADOR ALATORRE   244 24.57
DOMITILA AGUILAR   167 16.82
EDWIN R JACINTO   150 15.11
OMAR ESPINOZA   136 13.70
REBECCA CASTRO   25 2.52

 



 

Maywood coun



12.50% precincts reporting

 

MTB clerk

 

Candidate Party Votes Percent
IRMA BARAJAS   645 46.40
CHRISTINA GONZALES   501 36.04
ANNETTE RAMIREZ   244 17.55

Registration** 28,774
Precincts Reporting* 2
Total Precincts 16
% Precincts Reporting 12.50

 

 

 

 

 

MTB Coiunc

Vote For No More Than 2

Candidate Party Votes Percent
JACK HADJINIAN   650 23.93
VANESSA DELGADO   615 22.64
CHRISTINA CORTEZ   410 15.10
KIMBERLY ANN COBOS   294 10.82
FERNANDO CHACON   287 10.57
M W SAMARIN-POPOFF   211 7.77
BILL PAOLISSO   153 5.63
RANDY SMITH   96 3.53

Registration** 28,774
Precincts Reporting* 2
Total Precincts 16
% Precincts Reporting 12.50

 

MTB Trea

 

Candidate Party Votes Percent
CHARLES PELL   790 52.18
ASHOD MOORADIAN   418 27.61
ROSEMARIE VASQUEZ   306 20.21

Registration** 28,774
Precincts Reporting* 2
Total Precincts 16
% Precincts Reporting 12.50

 



5.56% precincts reporting

MUSD
Vote For No More Than 2

Candidate Party Votes Percent
JOANNA FLORES   1,571 34.40
EDGAR CISNEROS   1,454 31.84
DAVID VELA   1,134 24.83
NANCY HERNANDEZ   408 8.93

Registration** 67,747
Precincts Reporting* 8
Total Precincts 36
% Precincts Reporting 22.22

 

NLM

MORRISON, PFLANZER AND URQUIDI WIN.

Candidate Party Votes Percent
KAREN MORRISON   1,468 31.49
CHRIS PFLANZER   1,249 26.79
JESUS G URQUIDI   1,237 26.53
VICTOR JUAN   708 15.19

 

 

Pico coun

Vote For No More Than 3

Candidate Party Votes Percent
BOB J ARCHULETA   708 29.35
GREGORY SALCIDO   640 26.53
BRENT A TERCERO   582 24.13
JOEY ARNOLD MORENO   482 19.98

 

 

 



 

Rio 2

 

Candidate Party Votes Percent
VICKY SANTANA   1,008 58.20
LORRAINE DE LA O   724 41.80

Registration** 42,088
Precincts Reporting* 13
Total Precincts 25
% Precincts Reporting 52.00

 

 



55.56% precincts reporting

SFS Couc
Vote For No More Than 2

Candidate Party Votes Percent
BILL ROUNDS   533 18.04
LOUIE GONZALEZ   497 16.82
JOE ANGEL ZAMORA   496 16.79
ANNETTE RODRIGUEZ   434 14.69
NANCY ROMO   292 9.88
JOHN M MORA   259 8.76
ALBERT HAYES   222 7.51
RON BEILKE   144 4.87
EDWARD MADRID III   61 2.06
CARLOS TOVAR   17 0.58

Registration** 9,868
Precincts Reporting* 9
Total Precincts 9
% Precincts Reporting 100

 

HMG-CN wishes all the candidates the best of luck!

 

 

 

 

 

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4 Responses to Hews Media Group-Community News “LIVE” Election Coverage

  1. Virginia Johnson Reply

    November 4, 2015 at 4:17 pm

    Thank you Hews News. I was interested in a few local elections and your charts were easier to retrieve and read than the registrar of voters site. I also agree with most of your readers on the district’s being skewed to favor certain parties. Virginia from South Gate

  2. Vince/ Westside of nothing. Reply

    November 4, 2015 at 9:14 am

    Who in the hell drew up the district lines for voting, they must have been related to the forefathers who drafted the traffic circle in Long Beach.

    I’ve never seen such jagged boundary lines , compared to this school board election. We thought voting for Bellflower School Board was crazy, this tops them all.

    One side of the street belongs to one district, the other side of the street belongs to another district. Informal district boundary lines, help created this vying chaos election, no one knew where their district was, plus received voting ballots days before the election, not the usual month.

    City-clerk was dumbest, knew nothing and referred calls to Norwalk Hall of Records; or ABC administration hotline, which neither returned calls.

  3. Milly & Josh Reply

    November 4, 2015 at 8:41 am

    ABC election, did we even see 1% voter turnout? When will the governor start combining all statewide elections to save tax payers millions million of waster money on these too small elections. One election every 2 or 4 yrs is ample and stop these petty elections of nothing but social vying of personalities.

    We spent the weekend vomiting in the toilet, after seeing our elected Don Knabe (supervisor), endorsements in full page print. What next, or pets endorsing certain species of cows, for dog food!

    Senor housing is only being used for political placement cards, these areas ( E Lakewood-Cerritos, etc) no more favor seniors, then society loves vets and the homeless camps. Councils have no love for seniors, except when donations for vying parties help pad the PL statements.

    Brian, thanks for live coverage, piss on Chambers of Commerce, for do nothing layer of city fat and lard for their non-political contribution to this election.

  4. bharms Reply

    November 4, 2015 at 4:56 am

    Not only were the votes of East Lakewood eroded by dividing them into 4 Trustee areas, but the old and those lacking transportation were disenfranchised by the location of the polling places.

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