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Los Angeles County, CA April 3, 2007 Election
Board Member; Inglewood Unified School District; Seat 4 Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Jun 23 9:44am
5746 Votes Cast

Final Results

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Carol Raines-Bro 2919 votes 50.8%

  • Occupation: Educator/Youth Minister
William Burr 823 votes 14.3%
  • Occupation: Retired Education Administrator
Maria D. Olmedo 816 votes 14.2%
  • Occupation: Educator
Earnestine Howard 697 votes 12.1%
  • Occupation: Civil Servant
Lisa T. (Dawson) Johnson Click here for more information about this candidate 491 votes 8.5%
  • Occupation: Community Volunteer
  • President Educators and Associates
  • Measure K Oversight Committee Secretary
  • PTSA Member prior Vice President at Crozier Middle School
  • School Site Council President Inglewood High
  • Inglewood High Football Team & JROTC Mom
  • Fulltime Qualified Nurses at all IUSD Sites
  • Improvement in the Special Education Department and how they handle Students with Special Needs
  • School Safety and Security

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Inglewood Unified School District
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