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Los Angeles County, CA November 3, 2009 Election
Governing Board Member; Montebello Unified School District Voter Information

Results as of Nov 20 4:27pm, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting (42/42)
Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Hector A. Chacon 6,395 votes 27.07%

  • Occupation: School Board Member
Edwin "Ed" Chau Click here for more information about this candidate 5,758 votes 24.37%
  • Occupation: Attorney/School Boardmember
  • Juris Doctorate (Law) - Southwestern University
  • Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) - USC
  • Bachelor of Arts (Sociology) - USC
  • Associate of Arts - LACC
  • Balancing our District's budget and avoiding mass layoffs
  • Improving student achievements and students' well being
  • Providing safe schools and conducive learning environment
Gerri Guzman Click here for more information about this candidate 5,050 votes 21.37%
  • Occupation: Governing Board Member
  • Business Degree
  • CA State Certified Counselor
  • Grant Writer
  • Los Angeles County School Trustees Assoc. - Delgate
  • CA School Board Association - Delegate
  • 30th Senate District "Woman of the Year" 2002
  • Continue to be diligent in monitoring our budget and dollars, while providing maximum accountability.
  • Provide a strong and rigorous academic program that includes highly qualified teachers and opportunities for character development.
  • Continue to identify additional sources of funding, maintain safe and clean campuses that are effective centers for learning.
Carlos Morales Illingworth Click here for more information about this candidate 4,178 votes 17.68%
  • Occupation: Community Relations Manager
  • Married & 20 Year Resident of Montebello
  • Former K-12 Education Consultant
  • Former Community College Counselor's Assistant
  • Former Senior Staff Member, California State Legislature
  • Executive, Fortune 50 Company
  • B.A., Communications, Cal State L.A.
  • Ensure Fiscal Efficiency
  • Improve Student Achievement
  • Increase Parent Engagement and Community Involvement
Mary Lou Saavedra Click here for more information about this candidate 2,245 votes 9.50%
  • Occupation: Personnel Commissioner
  • Graduation High School
  • Elected Secretary, Vice President and President, of the California School Employees Association for (10) years.
  • Appointed Personnel Commissioner by State Superintendent Jack O'Connell in 2001 to present.
  • I have served as the President of the Personnel Commissioners Association of Southern California, & California School Commissioners Association.
  • Curently serving as Past-President of both associations.
  • My tenure with the Montebello Unified School District started in October, 18, 1979, and retired in Dec. 2000, as an Administrative Secretary.
  • I have followed the direction our school district is going and want to make a difference, I have (3) grandchildren attending the school district.
  • As a dedicated former employee for the district I have exceptional experience & knowledge about the district.
  • I understand the current challenges, and my 8 years experience on the Personnel Commission serves a tremendous asset to this elected office.

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Montebello Unified School District
District Statistics
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