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Los Angeles County, CA November 6, 2007 Election
Governing Board Member; Azusa Unified School District Voter Information

Results as of Nov 21 4:55pm, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting (16/16)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Burke Hamilton 1,081 votes 33.23%

  • Occupation: Incumbent
Ilean M. Ochoa 905 votes 27.82%
  • Occupation: Incumbent
John R. Dierking Click here for more information about this candidate 753 votes 23.15%
  • Occupation: Attorney/Planning Commissioner
  • Cal. State University, San Bernardino, Master of Public Administration
  • Univ. of La Verne, School of Law- Juris Doctorate
  • City of Azusa Planning Commissioner
  • Former City of Azusa Library Commissioner
  • City of Los Angeles Taxpayer Advocate
  • Former School Committee member, current Parent Teacher Student Association member
  • Raising the achievement standard for all students
  • Reducing the dropout rate
  • Sound budgeting, board transparency, communication with district stakeholders
Ralph F. Rodriguez 514 votes 15.80%
  • Occupation: School Technician

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Azusa Unified School District
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