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Monterey County, CA November 8, 2011 Election
Board Member; Soledad Unified School District Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of November 18 2:51pm, 100.00%% of Precincts Reporting (5/5)
Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Marie Berlanga 545 votes 28.39%

  • Occupation: Board Member
Gloria Vasquez Ledesma Click here for more information about this candidate 480 votes 25.00%
  • Occupation: Realtor-Broker/Businesswoman
  • Eight Years Prior Experience as Trustee
  • One year as VicePresident, another Secretary
  • Attended Hartnell College, Graduated MPC Dental Program
  • Graduate Real Estate Institute-GRI Designation
  • Scholarship Committee- MCAR
  • Member Soledad Rotary- Prior President
  • Working to identify funding sources for a new middle school.
  • Strengthening our cirriculum to ensure higher graduation rates.
  • Using common sense approach to make fiscal and policy decisions.
Fabian M. Barrera 478 votes 24.90%
  • Occupation: Parent/Law Enforcement
Albert O. Amaya 417 votes 21.72%
  • Occupation: Incumbent

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  Official Information

Soledad Unified School District website
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