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Los Angeles County, CA November 6, 2001 Election
Governing Board Member; Baldwin Park Unified School District Voter Information

Results as of Nov 16 2:11pm, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting ( 14/ 14)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Marco A. Dominguez 1,569 votes 24.58%

Sergio Corona 1,135 votes 17.78%
Larry Anthony Walton, Sr. 1,103 votes 17.28%
Dolores M. Holguin 980 votes 15.35%
Olga S. Morales 925 votes 14.49%
Amanda Cornejo Serrato 404 votes 6.33%
  • Occupation: Substitute Bilingual Instructional Aide-Retired
  • Education: Secundaria in Mexico-College preparatory
  • High School in USA-Business major
  • Certified Instructor-Communication Skills, Role Play
  • AA degree - Mount SAC
  • A greater effort at higher placement on the SAT 9 scores of our school, with special focus on middle & high schools.
  • Promote greater parent & community involvement, and establish higher academic & disciplinary expectations.
  • Implementation of uniform use. Statistically, this is beneficial at all levels.
Oscar Montoya 267 votes 4.18%

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Monday October 22, 7-9:00pm; Baldwin Park Performing Arts Center, 4640 Main Ave., Baldwin Park; info - Mary Johnson, 626/332-6124
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