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San Bernardino County, CA November 6, 2012 Election
Member, Governing Board; Copper Mountain Community College District Voter Information

Results as of November 30 2:54pm, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting (95/95)
Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Dick Rogers 9,275 votes 28.80%

  • Occupation: Board Member, Copper Mountain CCD
Gregory W. "Greg" Gilbert Click here for more information about this candidate 9,109 votes 28.28%
  • Occupation: Retired College Professor
  • Professor Emeritus, Copper Mountain College
  • 25 years as a full-time professor
  • MUSD BOE 2000-2004
  • Officer, Academic Senate for California Community Colleges 2003-2007
  • Statewide Curriculum Chair 2005
  • Founding Chair Accreditation Institute 2007 (serving 112 colleges annually)
  • Efficient pathways to goals of transfer, degrees, and certificates
  • Help to enliven the cultural and intellectual role of the college within the community
  • Support faculty efforts to ensure a comprehensive curriculum.
Mary E. Lombardo 7,297 votes 22.66%
  • Occupation: Dental Hygienist
Rita Ramirez- Dean 6,524 votes 20.26%
  • Occupation: Retired College Professor

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