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

Results as of Nov 21 4:55pm, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting (11/11)
Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Francisco Figueroa 1,241 votes 22.20%

  • Occupation: Governing Board Member
Pamela S. Kawasaki 1,235 votes 22.10%
  • Occupation: Governing Board Member
Rose Brooks-Mitchell 1,150 votes 20.58%
  • Occupation: Governing Board Member
Tom N. Reyes Click here for more information about this candidate 1,072 votes 19.18%
  • Occupation: Business Owner
  • US Air Force Reserve, Staff Sargeant
  • Immaculate Conception CC Youth Minister
  • LA Archdiocese Detention Minister
  • California Youth Authority Volunteer Mentor
  • active in Royal Oaks, Northview, DHS PTAs
  • LULAC President
  • Teachers salaries are $10,000 below similar school districts.
  • Administrator costs are $800,000 higher than similar districts.
  • Five of eight schools failed to meet academic goals.
Henry A. Baltazar 891 votes 15.94%
  • Occupation: Landscape Contractor

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Duarte Unified School District
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