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San Joaquin County, CA November 4, 2014 Election
Council Member; City of Lathrop Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Nov 24 11:48am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (15/15)
(21 Total Other Write-In Votes 0.46%)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Paul Akinjo Click here for more information about this candidate 971 votes 21.46%

  • Occupation: Appointed Incumbent
  • BA. Industrial Technology
  • AS. Electronics Technology
  • City of Lathrop Council Member
  • City of Lathrop Law Enforcement Sub Committee
  • Pastor, RCCG
  • Educator
  • Transparency in Local Govt
  • Growth and Infrastructure Availability and Maintenance
  • Quality of life Enhancement with communication
Omar Ornelas 923 votes 20.40%
  • Occupation: Councilmember/Teacher
Connie Lum Perez 885 votes 19.56%
  • Occupation: Business Owner/Teacher
Debbie L. Rock 488 votes 10.78%
  • Occupation: Security Specialist
Christopher Mateo 477 votes 10.54%
  • Occupation: San Joaquin County Employee
Brent Maynor 467 votes 10.32%
  • Occupation: Programmer/Parks Commissioner
Frank S. Cavaco 293 votes 6.48%
  • Occupation: Realtor/Publisher

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