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San Diego County, CA June 8, 2010 Election
Mayor; City of Chula Vista Voter Information

Full Term.

Results as of Jul 6 4:42pm
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Cheryl Cox Click here for more information about this candidate 18,771 votes 56.5%

  • Occupation: Mayor
  • Received BA from University of San Diego, MA in political science from SDSU, and Ph.D in education from University of Southern California.
  • Worked as a local teacher and school principal.
  • Served on Chula Vista Elementary School District Board of Trustees, Sharp Healthcare's Advisory Board, & Chula Vista's Charter Review Commission.
  • Received 2009 Presidential Award, Leadership & Involvement Award from the CV Chamber of Commerce, CA Women's Leadership Association Trailblazer Award.
  • Received San Diego Urban Corps' Kate Sessions Environmental Award, BOMA's 2008 Public Official of the Year.
  • Cheryl is the wife of San Diego County Supervisor Greg Cox, and mother of two adult daughters.
  • Fiscal responsibility and discipline to streamline city government, build reserves, balance the budget, and restore the city's credit rating.
  • Promote economic development and new jobs, revitalize older neighborhoods, a world-class Bayfront, University Park & Research Center planning.
  • Invest in Chula Vista's infrastructure and protect funding for public safety, roads, parks and libraries to enhance residents' quality of life.
Steve Castaneda 9,886 votes 29.8%
  • Occupation: Councilmember/Businessman
Jorge Dominguez 4,561 votes 13.7%
  • Occupation: Southwestern Community College District Governing Board Member

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  Official Information

City of Chula Vista Website
News and Analysis

San Diego Union-Tribune

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