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Los Angeles County, CA November 3, 2015 Election
Governing Board Member; Torrance Unified School District Voter Information

Results as of Nov 13 2:00pm, 100% of Precincts Reporting (34/34)
Candidates (Vote for 2)

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Don Lee Click here for more information about this candidate 5,846 votes 33.30%

  • Occupation: Governing Board Member
  • Occupation: Small Businessman/Parent
  • Former 2 Term Torrance City Councilman
  • Past Chairman Torrance Chamber of Commerce
  • I Kid in Torrance Schools & 3 Have Graduated from Torrance Schools
  • Torrance High Graduate
  • Life Long Torrance Resident
  • Keep the School Bond Projects on Time and On Schedule
  • Keep The School Board Accessible to the Public We Serve
  • Continue to Suppoort and Promote a Safe Learning Environment for All of Our Kids
Terry L. Ragins Click here for more information about this candidate 5,534 votes 31.52%
  • Occupation: Governing Board Member, Torrance Unified School District
  • Occupational Therapist, BS and MS in OT
  • Resident of Torrance 28 years
  • Married to Dr. Mark, psychiatrist, 33 years
  • Two sons, Kyle 28 yrs old, Matthew 27 yrs old
  • Both sons educated in Torrance public schools
  • 23 years, 15,000 hours of volunteering In TUSD AND PTA
  • Keep up with the frenetic pace of rapid changes occurring in education today
  • Ensure eficient allocation of improved funding and effectiveness of programs
  • Watchdog expenditures of School Bond funds, improving school facilities
G. Rick "Rick" Marshall Click here for more information about this candidate 3,458 votes 19.69%
  • Occupation: Chief Financial Officer
  • Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration
  • Member, City of Torrance Water Commission
  • Curriculum Advisory Board, Harbor College
  • Judge, LAUSD Academic Decathlon
  • Judge, United States Academic Decathlon
  • Host Family, Japanese & Chinese Exchange Students
  • REFORM: Lax child safety and hiring protocols
  • RECOVER: $109 Million from District Construction Manager
  • REJECT: Common Core, Allow Parents to Opt Out
Clint Andrew Paulson Click here for more information about this candidate 2,720 votes 15.49% Priorities:
  • Increase Resources for Students and Teachers
  • Upgrade Facilities - Increase Student Safety
  • Responsible Financial Stewardship - No Illegal Contracts

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Torrance USD Responses

Torrance Unified School District
LWV Candidate Forum

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Time: 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Place: Toyota USA Automobile Museum, 19600 Van Ness Ave., Torrance

Conducted by: League of Women Voters of Torrance Area
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