The county registrar’s office hasn’t reported new precinct results in several hours. I’ll post new information is it comes in. In the meantime, click here to sift through the results as they stand so far.
Results for four additional precincts have been posted by the county registrar. With 11 of 19 precincts reporting, Pomona Councilman Elliott Rothman now leads fellow Councilman George Hunter 36 percent to 26 percent.
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On first glance, these results appear surprising because Rothman was recently arrested by Pomona PD on suspicion of DUI. However, in today’s paper, Monica Rodriguez reported that Rothman’s blood-alcohol content was below the legal limit. Maybe that gave him a boost.
Today marks the retirement of one Soto — outgoing Assemblywoman Nell Soto — and the possible election of another.
Nell Soto’s granddaughter, 22-year-old Danielle Soto, is leading in early returns for the 1st
District Pomona City Council seat.
With 1 of 7 precincts reporting, Soto has 47 percent of the vote. Her closest competitor, Fred Van Allen, has 31 percent of the vote. Complete Results
From a candidate profile by Bulletin reporter Monica Rodriguez:
Danielle Soto, 22, said to address crime issues she would seek resident involvement in her district. “I would get my district more involved by helping facilitate and organizing more Neighborhood Watch groups,” she said. Her Something else she would pursue is greater collaboration
next step would involve seeking to increase street lighting to deter
criminals from carrying out misdeeds and pursuing state and federal
grant dollars to pay for such improvements, Soto said.
between residents and police officers, and have the department possibly
have one or two officers who patrol a certain area closely and build
relationships with residents so the latter know who to approach with a
concern, she said.
Danielle Soto, 22, said to address crime issues she would seek resident involvement in her district.
“I would get my district more involved by helping facilitate and organizing more Neighborhood Watch groups,” she said.
Something else she would pursue is greater collaboration
The percentage of precincts reporting in each of these races varies, but it’s looking like there will be no turnover from one party to another in local state senate and assembly races.
Among the winners to State Assembly seats are Pomona Mayor Norma Torres, Chino Hills Mayor Curt Hagman, and Corona Mayor Jeff Miller. Click the links below for district-by-district results.
No turnover once again in local congressional races. Click links below for complete results for each race.
Ken Calvert (R) over Bill Hedrick (D) — NOTE — this one is slightly closer than the rest.
Outgoing Pomona Mayor Norma Torres has opened up a wide lead in her bid for the State Assembly. With 21 percent of precincts now reporting, Torres leads her Republican opponent Wendy Maier, 55 percent to 39 percent. Complete Results
Here are the latest results:
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If you watch television, you’ve probably heard about the hotly contested race for the seat being vacated by Los Angeles County Supervisor Yvonne Burke.
As the results stand now, with nearly half of precincts reporting, Mark Ridley-Thomas leads Bernard Parks in the race for Burke’s seat by a margin of 61 percent to 39 percent.
The race was closely watched because the winner is expected to represent the swing vote on the 5-member board of supervisors. Ridley-Thomas had the support of local labor unions, and was viewed as the more reliably liberal choice. Complete Results
Three Valleys Municipal Water District Director Fred Lantz is losing a close race for re-election against challenger John Mendoza. With 40 percent of precincts reporting, Mendoza has received 51.15 percent of votes to Lantz’s 48.85 percent. Complete Results
With 50 percent of precincts reporting, Prop. 11, which would take away lawmakers’ ability to draw their own legislative districts, is holding a slim lead — 51.8 percent to 48.2 percent. County-By-County Results