San Bernardino City Unified School District

    Finally!  Today is the San Bernardino Primary Municipal Election and the Special Municipal Election regarding the Recall.

     

    The Primary Municipal Election is for Mayor, 1st Ward, 2nd Ward and Fourth Ward Council Members.

    The Recall Election is for Third Ward and Seventh Ward Council Members, and City Attorney.

    Also, there is a school board (aka Board of Trustees) election for the San Bernardino City Unified School District election, wherein three positions will be elected.

    In the Mayoral, 1st Ward, and Fourth Ward elections, if no one receives a majority of votes, there will be a General Municipal Election in February (known colloquially as a run-off) between the top two candidates.  There will also be a Special Municipal Election in February for the vacant Fifth Ward Common Council seat.

    If the Third Ward Council Member, Seventh Ward or City Attorney are recalled, they will be removed from office upon certification of the election.

    If there is a winner in any Primary election, and no need for a General Municipal Election, the winner will not be sworn in until March when the existing terms expire.

     

    With early voting starting on October 7, 2013 for the San Bernardino City Unified School District Board of Trustees Election on November 5, 2013, the San Bernardino Teachers Association PAGE Committee for Education sent this brochure.

    This mailer came by U.S. Mail. In it, the San Bernardino Teachers Association endorses three candidates for the San Bernardino City Unified School District Board of Education: incumbents Danny Tillman, Barbara Flores, and Judi Penman. Not endorsed, but running, are Kaisar Ahmed, Sonia Frernandez, Joe Navarro and Abigail Medina.
    The brochure is labeled a Voter Guide.  On the front it says:
    OUR TEACHERS’ CHOICE
    SCHOOLS ON THE RIGHT TRACK. STUDENTS ON THE RIGHT PATH.
    PENMAN, FLORES, and TILLMAN
    Recommended by your local classroom teachers.
    The Teachers’ Choice Team knows that our district must do what it can to keep our schools on
    the right track and students on the right path. Our Candidates support:
    Building the Basic Skills for the 21st Century to prepare our students for career or college
    Removing obstacles to student achievement
    Working together to improve student performance
    Promoting every child’s opportunity to succeed
    Maintaining strong, safe schools for our children
    Please Vote for the Teachers’ Choice Team for the San Bernardino City School Board
    PENMAN, FLORES, and TILLMAN
    Paid for by the PAGE Committee for Education San Bernardino Teachers Association 1997 E. Marshall Blvd., San Bernardino, 92404, Ashley Bettas, Treasurer. FPPC #745358
    Extra points for correct spelling and grammar.  I especially like the use of the Oxford Comma, though I was forced to abandon it in my own writing by my last employer.
    The back of the flier says:
    NOVEMBER 5, 2013 -VOTER GUIDE
    PROVIDED BY YOUR CLASSROOM TEACHERS
    Your local San Bernardino classroom teachers interviewed THE CANDIDATES and the only candidates
    we recommend for the Teachers’ Choice Team are PENMAN, FLORES, AND TILLMAN.
    San Bernardino City Unified School
    District Board of Education
    Vote for Three
    Kaisar Ahmed
    [Check] Danny Tillman
    Sonia Fernandez
    [Check] Barbara Flores
    Joe Navarr0
    Abigail M. Medina
    [Check] Judi Penman
    On November 5, please Vote for the TEACHERS’ CHOICE TEAM
    for the San Bernardino City School Board:
    PENMAN, FLORES, and TILLMAN
    SAN BERNARDINO CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF EDUCATION
    San Bernardino Teachers Assoc.
    1997 East Marshall Blvd.
    San Bernardino CA 92404

    This is the second election cycle that I have covered for the San Bernardino City Unified School District.  Last time, I covered earlier San Bernardino Teachers Association mailings.  In a post dated November 7, 2011, I wrote:
    We have a post card from the San Bernardino Teachers Association: front and  back.  This is their third mailer, endorsing Juan Lopez, Sharon “Bobbie” Perong, Margaret Hill and Lynda K. Savage.
    In this election, the San Bernardino Teachers Association is endorsing three incumbents, Judi Penman, Dr. Barbara Flores, and Danny Tillman.  In 2011, which was a “pick four” election, they endorsed incumbent Lynda K. Savage (who won), challenger Sharon “Bobbie” Perong (who won), challenger Margaret Hill (who won), and Juan Lopez (who was not in the top four).

    In 2011, the San Bernardino Teachers Association sent the identical mailer, with the names of the candidates changed.

    The back of the 2011 mailer is almost identical. One of the differences that I note is instead of 2011’s “YOUR LOCAL SAN BERNARDINO CLASSROOM TEACHERS INTERVIEWED ALL THE CANDIDATES AND THE ONLY CANDIDATES WE RECOMMEND FOR THE TEACHERS’ CHOICE TEAM ARE PERONG, LOPEZ, HILL AND SAVAGE” becomes 2013’s “Your local San Bernardino classroom teachers interviewed THE CANDIDATES and the only candidates we recommend for the Teachers’ Choice Team are PENMAN, FLORES, AND TILLMAN.” Obviously, the election date has changed, and the names of the candidates and challengers has changed.  Otherwise, same mailer, both mailed from Huntington Beach, Ashley Bettas is still the PAGE Committee for Education San Bernardino Teachers Association’s treasurer, and that Committee has the same Fair Political Practices Commission number.

     

     

    The San Bernardino elections political mail drought continued through the weekend.  Apparently, no one has any money this cycle.  However, upon a visit to Baguette Express at 1689 Kendall Drive, Suite D, San Bernardino, CA 92407, while waiting for my banh mi and spring rolls to be made, I found the first piece of literature I have seen for the San Bernardino City Unified School District election on November 5, 2013.  Here it is, Kaisar Ahmed for San Bernardino School Board handbill.  Here it is:

     

    Please vote for:
    KAISAR AHMED
    FOR SAN BERNARDINO SCHOOLS [sic] BOARD
    Education/Experience                                    Goals/Mission
    Retired School Teacher                                   Educate Every Child
    Parent of an Autistic Child                             Effective Teacher Training
    Community Volunteer                                    Communicate with Public
    Team Player                                                      Budget Hawk

    Goals/Mission
    For information, contact at:
    kahmed4schoolboard2013@gmailcom

    The handbill is simple, and pretty much the other end of the spectrum, for better or worse, from the glossy Eloise Gomez Reyes brochure in the Congressional Primary next year: http://www.scribd.com/doc/171227820/Eloise-Gomez-Reyes-Campaign-Flier-September-2013.

    I also found this Facebook page in support of Kaisar Ahmed’s candidacy: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kaisar-Ahmed-for-San-Bernardino-School-Board/372161186245281.

    The qualified candidates for San Bernardino Unified School District Board of Trustees (quoting my earlier post):

    The qualified candidates (elect three) of the San Bernardino Unified School District are Kaisar Ahmed, Sonia Fernandez, Barbara Flores, Abigail M. Medina, Joe Navarro, Judi Penman and Danny Tillman. No candidate statements from Danny Tillman, Joe Navarro, or Sonia Fernandez.  The incumbents are Dr. Flores, Judi Penman and Danny Tillman.

    As of this writing, I am not finding anything online for Sonia Fernandez. She is listed on the ballot as “College Student”

    There is a blog from the last election of incumbent Dr. Barbara Flores: http://friendsofbarbaraflores.blogspot.com/

    Abigail Medina, listed on the ballot as Parent/Businesswoman, has the following information online:
    Website: www.abigailmedinaforschoolboard.com/.

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AbigailMedina4SchoolBoard.

    Address: P.O. Box 145

    Highland CA 92346

    Campaign phone number: (909) 522-9926

    Joe Navarro: No information could be found online at this time. His ballot designation is “No Ballot Designation.”

    Judi Penman: No campaign information could be found online.  Judi Penman is an incumbent, and that is her ballot designation.

    Danny Tillman: No campaign information could be found online.  Danny Tillman is an incumbent, and that is his ballot designation.  Danny Tillman is also running in the June 2014 31st Congressional District primary.  That campaign website can be found here.

    I swore on Twitter that I would not write about the San Bernardino Primary Municipal Election until the candidates were set in stone.  This is what I can piece together:

    Ryan Hagen reported on Twitter (@sbcitynow) at 6:42 p.m.yesterday that the “list of candidates qualified for the City Council election is finalized. 3 running in the 1st Ward, 2 in the 2nd Ward, 3 in the 4th.”

    He followed up a minute later to report “Ward 1 candidates: Virginia Marquez, John Abad, Casey Dailey,” and a minute later “Ward 2 candidates: Robert Jenkins, Benito Barrios. Ward 4: Fred Shorett, Anthony Jones, Kathy Pinegar”

    He followed that up to say that he watched the City Clerk’s office close at 6 p.m. and that they called him ten minutes later.

    The City Clerk’s Office online doesn’t have much more information.  It says it was last updated on August 8th in the morning.

    The Registrar of Voters says that Kathy Pinegar filed a Declaration of Candidacy on August 6, 2013, nomination papers were issued on 7/31/2013, and filed on 8/6/2013, and that she submitted a candidate statement for the sample ballot, and qualified.  No other 4th Ward candidates are listed.

    The ROV report is undated, but accessed this morning at around 10:20.  It also says that Council Member Robert Jenkins had a candidate statement and qualified. Benito J. Barrios filed a Declaration of Candidacy on August 9, 2013, nomination papers were issued on 8/8/2013, and filed on 8/9/2013.  He prepared a candidate statement and qualified.  No other 2nd Ward candidates are listed.

    In the First Ward, the ROV lists Council Member Virginia Marquez, Casey Dailey and John J. Abad as qualifying, all with candidate statements.

    For Mayor, with the nomination period not  closed if Mayor Patrick Morris did not file, it lists Rick Avila, Richard T. Castro,  Draymond “Dray” Crawford, Carey Davis, Anthony Jones all qualifying. No candidate statements from Richard T. Castro or Rick Avila.

    The qualified candidates (elect three) of the San Bernardino Unified School District are Kaisar Ahmed, Sonia Fernandez, Barbara Flores, Abigail M. Medina, Joe Navarro, Judi Penman and Danny Tillman. No candidate statements from Danny Tillman, Joe Navarro, or Sonia Fernandez.  The incumbents are Dr. Flores, Judi Penman and Danny Tillman.

     

     

    According to the list at the Registrar of Voters dated August 5, 2013, the following candidates have pulled nomination papers for the November 5, 2013 San Bernardino Unified School District Election (Vote for 3):

     

    Kaisar Ahmed (Nomination papers issued 7/19/2013, not yet qualified)

    Sonia Fernandez (Declaration of Candidacy filed 7/29/2013, Nomination papers issued 7/29/2013, Filed 7/29/2013)

    Abigail M. Medina (Declaration of Candidacy filed 7/15/2013, Nomination papers issued 7/15/2013, Filed 7/15/2013)

    Danny Tillman (Declaration of Candidacy filed 7/15/2013, Nomination papers issued 7/15/2013, Filed 7/15/2013)

     

    Danny Tillman is a current Board Member.  He has also announced that he is running for the United States Congress in the 31st Congressional District of California in the open primary next year.

    As far as I can tell, Kaisar Ahmed is a recent retiree from Cypress Elementary.

    I was not specifically able to find out information about Sonia Fernandez, but there was a mention of a Sonia Fernandez in this story found online. I have no idea if they are the same person.

    From a San Bernardino Unified School District Press Release dated April 30, 2012, Abigail M. Medina was awarded the outstanding parent award for San Gorgonio High School in April 2012.

     

     

     

    Here are the semi-official results in the San Bernardino County Elections, with an emphasis on those races of most important to the City of San Bernardino, the focus of this site:

    These are semi-official results from the November 6, 2012 statewide General Election, which as you may know, coincided with a national presidential election.

    These numbers are from the San Bernardino Registrar of  Voters stats updated at 6:05 a.m. on November 7, 2012.  They will be next updated at 5 p.m.

    Starting with Congress, in Congressional District 8,  Paul Cook appears to have bested Gregg Imus in San Bernardino County 58.15 percent to 41.86 percent with 133,948 votes counted.  According to the Secretary of State (since there are non-San Bernardino County votes in the district (including Mono and Inyo, Paul Cook won by 57.6 percent (82,653 votes), to Gregg Imus’ 42.4 percent (60,732), as of 6:19 a.m.

    In District 31, the Republican-on-Republican violence has ended, with Representative Gary Miller (R-Brea/Diamond-Bar) officially becoming Gary Miller (R-Rancho Cucamonga).  Gary Miller has garnered 68,892 votes so far, for 55.19 percent of the vote, and Bob Dutton getting 55,940 votes at 44.81 percent of the vote.  We’ll look at the implications of this race on the future of San Bernardino politics later.

    In District 35, the battle between local Democrats Gloria Negrete McLeod appears to have defeated Working Joe Baca.  In San Bernardino County, the vote count is currently 46,627 (53.96 percent) to Joe Baca’s 39,788 (46.04 percent).   The Secretary of State has it as Gloria Negrete McLeod at 60,866 votes (55.7 percent), to Joe Baca’s 48,385 (44.3 percent), with 100 percent reporting.  Congressional District 35 has precincts in both Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties.

    Mike Morrell, the Republican candidate has beaten Democrat Russ Warner, by more than 2,000 votes, 51,954 to 49,104 votes.  The contest was for the 40th Assembly District.

    The Baca family misfortune continued with Cheryl R. Brown handily defeating Rialto Council member Joe Baca Jr. for State Assembly District 47.  This district is completely in San Bernardino County, with Cheryl Brown winning 40,871 votes (56.2 percent), and Joe Baca, Jr. winning 31,811 votes (43.8 percent).

    In the San Bernardino Community College District, Gloria Macias Harrison was the big winner with 52,160 votes (16.10 percent), with John Longville, an incumbent, winning the second of four at-large seats, with 42,411 votes (13.09 percent).  The third position goes to Kathleen Henry with 38,344 votes (11.84 percent), whose ballot designation is educator.  In fourth is Nick Zumbos, with 33,573 votes, barely edging out incumbent John Futch, who had 32,490 votes.  That means that one incumbent, John Longville, was reelected, while John Futch, Jess Vizcaino, Jr., and Carleton W. Lockwood, Jr. all lost. Further, with James Ramos winning the Third District Supervisor race, the San Bernardino Community College Board of Trustees is going to look very different.

    Which brings us to the County Supervisor races.  Of course, Josie Gonzales was not on the ballot, having won the primary in June. In the Third District County Supervisor’s Race, Neil Derry lost decisively to James C. Ramos.  Ramos won 53,653 votes (59.09 percent) to incumbent and former San Bernardino City Council member Neil Derry’s 37,143 votes (40.91 percent).  In the First District, which is generally the desert portions of San Bernardino County, a tighter race between Rick Roelle and Robert A. Lovingood.  Lovingood won 38,640 votes (51.22 percent of the vote) to Rick Roelle’s 36,798 votes (48.78 percent).

    In San Bernardino’s sister cities, briefly, Eileen Gomez was reelected as City Clerk handily, only a single candidate was running for City Treasurer, Aurerlio De La Torre, Frank J. Navarro beat Vincent Yzaguirre for Colton City Council District 3, Deirdre H. Bennett won handily in a three person race in District 5 (64.05 percent), and Isaac Suchil won in District 6.

    In Grand Terrace, two new faces appear to have won City Council seats, Sylvia A. Robles, and Jackie Mitchell, with incumbent Darcy McNaboe winning reelection.  Though it is close, it appears that incumbent Lee Ann Garcia has lost, coming in fourth for three seats, by a margin of less than 200 votes with 100 percent of precincts reporting.

    In Highland, both incumbents, John Timmer and Penny Lilburn were reelected, leaving the status quo in the City of Highland.   In Redlands, Mayor Pete Aguilar was resoundingly reelected, with 9,171 votes, 27.24 percent of the total in a seven person race for two seats.  Former Mayor Pat Gilbreath was returned to the Council, coming in second with 6,651 votes, a little less than 500 votes for then next highest vote-getter.  City Clerk stayed the same, and Robert Dawes was elected City Treasurer resoundingly in a three person race., winning 61.81 percent of the votes (10,792).

    In Rialto, Deborah Robertson defeated Ed Scott, and Shawn P. O’Connell  and Ed Palmer were elected to City Council. City Clerk and City Treasurer ran in Soviet-style one person elections.

    Of interest, in the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District election for Division 2, Gil Navarro beat George Aguilar 8,755 votes to 7,049.

    San Bernardino City Unified School District Measure N, a bond measure, won overwhelmingly,  with 69.60 percent of the vote, needing 55 percent for passage.

    Lastly, Measure Q, put on the ballot by the Board of Supervisors as sort of a poison pill against the citizen initiative Measure R, received more votes than Measure R.  Measure Q received 269,973 votes out of 400,522 votes (67.41 percent), with Measure R receiving receiving 256,014 votes out of 398,468 cast (64.25 percent).

    Measure V in Rialto passed.

    A reader reached this site with this query: “how will the city of san bernardino school distric emploees be affected by the recent bankruptcy”.  The answer is: they will not. The San Bernardino City Unified School District is a legally separate entity from the City of San Bernardino, though historically, they were not.   If anything, one of the alleged causes of the purported bankruptcy filing (which will be voted on, again, on Monday) is the loss of redevelopment money, which will actually benefit SBCUSD.  The State of California will use some of that money to meet its obligations to K-12 education and send it to the school district.

     

    Last week, either on either Friday or Saturday, I received another mailer from Amelia Sanchez Lopez.  The mailer is four pages, in color, and about half of an 8 1/2 by 11 brochure.  The front is labeled “MAIL-IN BALLOT ELECTION GUIDE”

    On the left it shows a mock up of the ballot and on the right are four steps corresponding with the ballot:

    1. Use a BLACK BALLPOINT PEN to cast your vote.
    2. VOTE FOR AMELIA SANCHEZ LOPEZ by connecting the two parts of the arrow next to Amelia’s name on your ballot.
    3. SIGN YOUR ENVELOPE – include your signature, voting address and the date.  Ballots in unsigned envelopes will NOT be counted.
    4. MAIL IN YOUR BALLOT TODAY – NO postage is necessary. Ballots must be received by the Registrar of Voters no later than February 7.  Mail no later than Friday, February 3, 2012 so your ballot arrives on time.
    5. QUESTIONS? – Please call the Registrar of Voters at 909-387-8300

    The second page is titled “Amelia For City Clerk

    PROVEN EXPERIENCE

    • ONLY candidate for City Clerk with extensive financial and executive management experience.
    • Executive Director of a local non-profit organization; 20 years administrative experience.
    • Responsible for coordinating the County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Program.  Helped pass a tough city ordinance against adults who buy alcohol for minors.
    • Completed City Clerk Training course with the City Clerks Association of California.

    HOMETOWN VALUES

    • Five generations of Amelia’s family have lived and worked in San Bernardino.  Member of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church.
    • Graduate of the San Bernardino Citizens Academy.  Worked with City Law Enforcement to shut down the notorious Hudson “Rave Club”.
    • Neighborhood Leader and City Planning Commissioner.
    • Community Volunteer who helped to protect our right to vote by defeating Measure C in 2010.

    Also on the second page is a picture of Council member Robert Jenkins appointing Amelia Sanchez Lopez to the San Bernardino City Planning Commission.  Amelia Sanchez Lopez’s contact information is given as www.amelialopezforcityclerk.com, friendsofamelialopez@yahoo.com, and 909-882-7085.

    The last page is titled “Trusted and Respected” and features a picture of Amelia Sanchez Lopez with Former San Bernardino Mayor Judith Valles, former Mayor Evlyn Wilcox, Council member Robert Jenkins, Council member Wendy McCammack, San Bernardino School Board Member Judi Penman and Council member Elect John Valdivia.   There are also quotes from Chas Kelley, firefighter Nathan Lopez, and former San Bernardino Chamber of Commerce President Jack Hill.

    The back page has a picture of Ameila Sanchez Lopez with the legend “Integrity We Trust” and “Vote Amelia Sanchez Lopez for City Clerk” and “Special Vote-By-Mail Election.

    I have not heard anything new from Gigi Hanna; her last Facebook post is dated January 11, 2012, the last mail piece was the calendar I wrote about earlier, which arrived more than a week ago.  I checked Gigi Hanna’s website, and there do not appear to be any changes.  Even the supporters list was the same, with a date of January 11, 2012 on the PDF metadata.  I continue to pass large Gigi Hanna billboards and large wooden signs in my travels through the City.

    I wrote a post on October 18, 2011 about the primacy effect, primarily the legal basis for randomized election ordering in California:

    The order of candidates on ballots is determined by a random drawing done  by  the California Secretary of State’s Office.  The drawing  for the November elections statewide was done on August 18, 2011.  The drawing determines who goes first, by surname, which continues if people have similar surnames, like Reiter and Reid.

    Why does it matter?  It takes any politics out of the order of candidates.  Why does that matter?  Because of a phenomenon called the primacy effect or ballot order effect.  The Secretary of State’s website claims: this “procedure was established by legislation passed in 1975 in response to court rulings declaring that standard alphabetical order or incumbent-first was unconstitutional since there is a 5% positional bias among undecided voters.”  The ruling that the Secretary of State’s website is referring to is Gould v. Grubb (1975) 14 Cal.3d 661.  The court found that “incumbent-first” and alphabetical order violated the 14th Amendment to the United States Constitution’s equal protection clause.

     

    The ballot order of the San Bernardino City Unified School District candidates was:

    Anna M. Cox

    Willard A. Hughes

    Margaret B. Hill

    Mike Gallo

    Lynda K. Savage

    Damon L. Alexander

    Elsa Valdez

    Juan M. Lopez

    Henry William Nickel

    Gil Navarro

    Dan Deane

    Teresa Parra

    Sharon “Bobbie” Perong

    The final results were:

    San Bernardino City Unif School Dist Gov Brd Mbr
    200/200 100.00%
    Vote Count Percent
    ANNA M. COX 1,825 4.05%
    WILLARD A. HUGHES 533 1.18%
    MARGARET B. HILL 6,671 14.79%
    MIKE GALLO 4,647 10.31%
    LYNDA K. SAVAGE 5,482 12.16%
    DAMON L. ALEXANDER 3,243 7.19%
    ELSA VALDEZ 3,079 6.83%
    JUAN M. LOPEZ 3,581 7.94%
    HENRY WILLIAM NICKEL 1,594 3.53%
    GIL NAVARRO 2,400 5.32%
    DAN DEANE 3,068 6.80%
    TERESA PARRA 4,218 9.35%
    SHARON ”BOBBIE” PERONG 4,751 10.54%
    Total 45,092 100.00%

     

    Anna Cox and Willard A. Hughes ran similar campaigns, with no advertising, and little campaigning.  Yet, because she was listed first on the ballot, Anna Cox received 1,825 votes to Willard A. Hughes’ 533 votes. That suggests that since she was first on the ballot, that gave her an edge in votes over Willard Hughes among undecided voters.

    The winners don’t change, but the interesting thing is that write-ins are not tallied, unlike in previous elections.

    San Bernardino City Unif School Dist Gov Brd Mbr
    200/200 100.00%
    Vote Count Percent
    ANNA M. COX 1,825 4.05%
    WILLARD A. HUGHES 533 1.18%
    MARGARET B. HILL 6,671 14.79%
    MIKE GALLO 4,647 10.31%
    LYNDA K. SAVAGE 5,482 12.16%
    DAMON L. ALEXANDER 3,243 7.19%
    ELSA VALDEZ 3,079 6.83%
    JUAN M. LOPEZ 3,581 7.94%
    HENRY WILLIAM NICKEL 1,594 3.53%
    GIL NAVARRO 2,400 5.32%
    DAN DEANE 3,068 6.80%
    TERESA PARRA 4,218 9.35%
    SHARON ”BOBBIE” PERONG 4,751 10.54%
    Total 45,092 100.00%

     

    City Attorney SAN BERNARDINO
    148/148 100.00%
    Vote Count Percent
    DAVID L. MCKENNA 6,019 48.28%
    JAMES F. ”JIM” PENMAN 6,447 51.72%
    Total 12,466 100.00%

     

    City Clerk SAN BERNARDINO
    148/148 100.00%
    Vote Count Percent
    PEGGI HAZLETT 2,440 20.15%
    GEORGEANN ”GIGI” HANNA 2,930 24.20%
    AMELIA SANCHEZ-LOPEZ 3,465 28.62%
    WILLIAM A. VALLE 1,077 8.89%
    ESTHER JIMENEZ 2,196 18.14%
    Total 12,108 100.00%

     

    City Treasurer SAN BERNARDINO
    148/148 100.00%
    Vote Count Percent
    DAVID C. KENNEDY 10,245 100.00%
    Total 10,245 100.00%

     

    Member, City Council SAN BERNARDINO Ward 3
    24/24 100.00%
    Vote Count Percent
    TOBIN BRINKER 367 30.76%
    JOHN VALDIVIA 826 69.24%
    Total 1,193 100.00%

     

    Member, City Council SAN BERNARDINO Ward 5
    18/18 100.00%
    Vote Count Percent
    CHAS A. KELLEY 1,658 64.69%
    LARRY A. LEE 905 35.31%
    Total 2,563 100.00%

     

    Member, City Council SAN BERNARDINO Ward 6
    14/14 100.00%
    Vote Count Percent
    RIKKE VAN JOHNSON 1,075 100.00%
    Total 1,075 100.00%

     

    Member, City Council SAN BERNARDINO Ward 7
    20/20 100.00%
    Vote Count Percent
    WENDY J. MCCAMMACK 1,361 57.26%
    JIM MULVIHILL 1,016 42.74%
    Total 2,377 100.00%