From the daily archives: Tuesday, June 22, 2010

To Whom It May Concern:

My name is Victor A. Vizcarra, and I am writing because I have qualified for the California Cadet/Junior Olympic National Championship Team.  This team will travel to Fargo, North Dakota in late July to compete in the largest wrestling tournament in the world and needless to say of my life as well. This is the most prestigious tournament for this age group in the nation.  I have been wrestling and representing my city, the city of Calexico, since I was 8 years old in local, and regional tournaments.  I have had a very successful wrestling career which resulted in a state championship, and I was a member of the Calexico High School Varsity wrestling team as a 9th grader which was something I was very proud of.  I suffered an injury which didn’t allow me to wrestle last year, but I stayed involved by becoming a certified SDIKWA coach, and I coached the Calexico Kids Wrestling Team, as well as assisted in coaching the CHS Varsity Team.  I have worked very hard to come back from my injury and am glad to have this opportunity for I love this sport and I take pride in representing my city, and now my state of California.  If there is any way that your business or group can help support me to wrestle at his National Championship, I would greatly appreciate it.  Any donation is tax deductible, our 501 C 3 Tax ID# is 77-0320978.  Thank you in advance for any contribution in helping me achieve my wrestling goal.

PH: 760-890-5007                                                                `           Sincerely,

Cell: 760-540-0575                                                                          Victor A. Vizcarra
Calexico Chamber of Commerce

1100 Imperial Avenue

P.O. Box 948

Calexico, CA  92231

Phone: 760-357-1166

Fax: 760-357-9043

 

 

“Children may suffer from anxiety because of disaster losses and the upheaval of family life,” said Debborah Arnold, Executive Director, Kentucky Community Crisis Response Board. “Most children bounce back quickly with social support and the aid of their families, but it is important to be aware of your child’s reaction to stress and anxiety and to seek additional help if necessary.”

Children’s caregivers should be alert to signs of trouble and how to handle them. For children ages 5 or younger, watch for behaviors like crying more frequently than usual, clinging, having nightmares, showing excessive fear of the dark, fear of animals, fear of being alone, changing appetites, speaking with difficulty, or returning to outgrown behaviors such as bed-wetting or thumb-sucking.

Children aged 5 to 11 may exhibit increased irritability, aggression, and competition with their siblings for parental attention. They may also show anxiety through whining, withdrawing from their peers, and losing interest in normal activities.

Adolescents aged 12 to 18 may show outright rebellion, physical problems, or sleep disturbances. Some may compete vigorously for attention from parents and teachers. Others may withdraw, resist authority, become disruptive at home or in the classroom, or even begin to experiment with high-risk behaviors like alcohol or drug use.

The following suggestions may help to reduce stress in children:

  • Spend some time each day giving each child your undivided attention, even if just for a few minutes. Share experiences. Reaffirm your love. Make plans together. Just “be there” for each other.
  • Encourage them to talk. Encourage children to describe what they are feeling. Let them talk about the disaster and ask as many questions as they like. Listen to what they say. Assure them that the disaster was an act of nature and not caused by them. Include the entire family in the discussion if possible.
  • Understand their fears. It is important that parents accept anxieties as being very real to children. Help them cope by getting them to understand what causes their anxieties and fears. Recognize their losses, such as their pets, favorite toys and other personal items. Reassure them that everything will be all right.
  • Inform children. Make every effort to keep children informed about what is happening. Explanations should be in simple language. With children 5 or older, rehearse safety measures for use in case of future disasters.
  • Reassure them. Parents can help reassure children by telling them they are safe, holding and hugging them frequently, restoring normal routines, providing play experiences for them, and making bedtime a special moment of calm and comfort.
  • Encourage activities with their peers. As with adults, social time with friends is a very important part of the recovery process.
  • Temporarily lower expectations for them. Allow for the fact that stress from the disaster can show itself in many ways over a period of time, and make appropriate allowances.

Through your persistence, children will realize life will eventually return to normal. If a child does not respond to the above suggestions, seek help for them from a behavioral health professional.

Suggestions: Protective behavior is one way in which a child may try to control their feelings of helplessness and fear. Actually, when this occurs they are denying their own feeling responses. Validate their loving protection but explain to them that it is also okay to be a child who needs loving care. Give them a role model to follow. Actions speak louder than words to children so share your tears, anger, and helplessness openly.
Children have a delayed response to loss, so it may be months before any of these feelings are expressed or even manifested. This is normal. A child may appear to be coping well immediately following an earthquake and then suddenly regress over a small aftershock two months later. It may take awhile for them to begin to feel safe in their world again.

Information to Share with Children
• One of the safest places to be during an
earthquake or aftershock is in a school
building.
• If you are at school when an earthquake
happens remember that teachers are experts
in what to do in case of an emergency.
• Researchers recommend mentally
commanding the quake to stop during the
course of an earthquake or after-shock. Keep
repeating this command until the shaking
stops. For many people, this mental activity
reduces stress during and immediately
following the shaking.
• Aftershocks are to be expected. Though
aftershocks may be severe, they are not
expected to be as strong as the original
earthquake.
• Immediately following an earthquake or
aftershocks, hugs can really help us feel safe
again.
• Everyone will need opportunities to talk and
listen to others. Parents, teachers, and
friends, will want to hear about your feelings.
• Don’t be afraid to ask questions and to talk
about your feelings-your friends are probably
feeling the same things you are.
• Get plenty of sleep and eat nutritious food.
• Bring a stuffed animal to school to be an
“earthquake buddy.”
• Remember that no matter how big an
earthquake is, your family or community will
take care of you.

www.sjsu.edu/cdm/public/English.pdf

 

American Red Cross and City of El Centro Parks and Recreation Program Team Up

El Centro:  The American Red Cross Imperial Service Center is offering a two-day Babysitting Boot Camp for girls and boys ages 11-17, to give them all the tools they will need to be the best babysitter in the neighborhood.  The Babysitter Boot Camp  (BBC) will include hands-on activities, exciting videos, role playing and lively discussions for those babysitting infants up through school-aged children.

Participating youth will learn such things as feeding, diapering and dressing infants and children.  The standard Babysitting course will be enhanced with added training modules which will include certification in Adult/Infant/Child CPR, First Aid and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Essentials.

The training will cover six areas which will enhance the participants skills in the following:

Leadership: The fundamental leadership skills necessary for safe, effective babysitting such as, role modeling, respect, communicating decision making and decision taking.

The Business of Babysitting:  All the basics on the business of babysitting including assessing your skills, finding work, creating a resume, figuring out how much to charge, interviewing and professional behavior.

Safe and Sound on the Job:  Extensive coverage of safety issues related to babysitting, including telephone and personal safety, preventing and emergencies inside and outside the home, fire safety, rural safety and safety in the kitchen.

Understanding Kids fro 0 to 10:  Expanded childhood development and behavior section including information on how to select developmentally-appropriate activities, guide children in safe and effective play, encourage positive behavior, appropriately correct misbehavior and handle common behavioral challenges.

From Feeding to Bedtime: Caring for Kids:  All the essentials of basic childcare, safe techniques for holding, carrying, feeding, diapering, dressing and bathing children and infants, as well as bed time routines and personal hygiene.

It’s an Emergency…Now What?: Covers life-threatening first aid emergencies and care for situations that babysitters will likely encounter, such as bee stings, allergic reactions, asthma and burns.  Participants will learn the following CPR and first aid skills conscious check – child and infant conscious choking – child and infat, rescue breathing – child and infant and controlling external bleeding.  Includes information on how to build your own babysitting kit.

This fun, weeklong event takes the standard babysitter’s training one step further, incorporating Infant and Child CPR and age appropriate safety training for your 11-17 year old as well as incorporating other safety training components.

Certification in American Red Cross Babysitter’s Training

Certification in Adult, Infant and Child CPR, First Aid and AED Essentials

Guest speakers on related safety topics

Games and prizes

Babysitting First Aid Kit and Participant’s handbook

Additional Leadership, Professionalism and Decision making Skills

At the end of the training the youth participants will have gained knowledge, skills and confidence to care for children in a variety of daily and emergency situations, and increase their earning potential as a babysitter.

Two Babysitter Boot Camp sessions will be offered:  Session 1 will be held from June 28 to July 2 – Session 2 will be from July 12 to July 16.   The course days and time for both sessions will be Monday through Friday, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm and will be held at the Adult Center located at 385 1st Street in El Centro.

For more information or to register, call or visit the Red Cross Imperial Valley Service Center located at 781 Broadway in El Centro; or call us at (760) 352-4541 and ask to speak with Liz Montes or Sylvia Preciado.  Class size is limited and course fees of $130 must be paid in advance.

 
Last Updated: June 22, 2010 1:14 PM
Registration & Turnout
54,924 Voters
Vote Count Percent
Precinct Turnout 8,054 14.66%
Vote By Mail Turnout 7,341 13.37%
Provisional Turnout 630 1.15%
Total 16,025 29.18%

Non Partisan Registration & Turnout
0 Voters
Vote Count Percent
Precinct Turnout 616 0.00%
Vote By Mail Turnout 640 0.00%
Provisional Turnout 52 0.00%
Total 1,308 0.00%

Democratic Registration & Turnout
0 Voters
Vote Count Percent
Precinct Turnout 4,152 0.00%
Vote By Mail Turnout 3,983 0.00%
Provisional Turnout 406 0.00%
Total 8,541 0.00%

Republican Registration & Turnout
0 Voters
Vote Count Percent
Precinct Turnout 3,120 0.00%
Vote By Mail Turnout 2,564 0.00%
Provisional Turnout 153 0.00%
Total 5,837 0.00%

American Independent Registration & Turnout
0 Voters
Vote Count Percent
Precinct Turnout 116 0.00%
Vote By Mail Turnout 122 0.00%
Provisional Turnout 13 0.00%
Total 251 0.00%

Green Registration & Turnout
0 Voters
Vote Count Percent
Precinct Turnout 15 0.00%
Vote By Mail Turnout 7 0.00%
Provisional Turnout 1 0.00%
Total 23 0.00%

Libertarian Registration & Turnout
0 Voters
Vote Count Percent
Precinct Turnout 23 0.00%
Vote By Mail Turnout 20 0.00%
Provisional Turnout 4 0.00%
Total 47 0.00%

Peace and Freedom Registration & Turnout
0 Voters
Vote Count Percent
Precinct Turnout 12 0.00%
Vote By Mail Turnout 5 0.00%
Provisional Turnout 1 0.00%
Total 18 0.00%

DEM – GOVERNOR
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
EDMUND G. ”JERRY” BROWN 4,592 58.90%
JOE SYMMON 330 4.23%
PETER SCHURMAN 344 4.41%
CHARLES ”CHUCK” PINEDA, JR. 1,383 17.74%
RICHARD WILLIAM AGUIRRE 809 10.38%
VIBERT GREENE 220 2.82%
LOWELL DARLING 118 1.51%
Total 7,796 100.00%

DEM – Lieutenant Governor
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
GAVIN NEWSOM 2,424 32.62%
ERIC KOREVAAR 1,514 20.38%
JANICE HAHN 3,492 47.00%
Total 7,430 100.00%

DEM – Secretary of State
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
DEBRA BOWEN 6,782 100.00%
Total 6,782 100.00%

DEM – State Controller
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
JOHN CHIANG 6,654 100.00%
Total 6,654 100.00%

DEM – State Treasurer
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
BILL LOCKYER 6,504 100.00%
Total 6,504 100.00%

DEM – Attorney General
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
PEDRO NAVA 1,735 22.75%
ALBERTO TORRICO 2,032 26.65%
MIKE SCHMIER 710 9.31%
TED W. LIEU 685 8.98%
ROCKY DELGADILLO 1,159 15.20%
CHRIS KELLY 722 9.47%
KAMALA D. HARRIS 583 7.64%
Total 7,626 100.00%

DEM – Insurance Commissioner
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
DAVE JONES 2,452 32.34%
HECTOR DE LA TORRE 5,131 67.66%
Total 7,583 100.00%

DEM – Board of Equalization DISTRICT 3
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
MARY CHRISTIAN HEISING 6,172 100.00%
Total 6,172 100.00%

DEM – U.S. SENATOR 2010
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
BARBARA BOXER 5,123 64.98%
BRIAN QUINTANA 2,261 28.68%
ROBERT M. ”MICKEY” KAUS 500 6.34%
Total 7,884 100.00%

DEM – CONGRESS 51st
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
BOB FILNER 7,316 100.00%
Total 7,316 100.00%

DEM – STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 40
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
JUAN VARGAS 4,386 55.79%
MARY SALAS 3,475 44.21%
Total 7,861 100.00%

DEM – STATE ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 80
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
V. MANUEL PEREZ 7,339 100.00%
Total 7,339 100.00%

REP – GOVERNOR
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
LAWRENCE ”LARRY” NARITELLI 288 5.18%
ROBERT C. NEWMAN II 231 4.16%
DAVID TULLY-SMITH 80 1.44%
MEG WHITMAN 3,525 63.42%
STEVE POIZNER 1,005 18.08%
BILL CHAMBERS 128 2.30%
KEN MILLER 93 1.67%
DOUGLAS R. HUGHES 208 3.74%
Total 5,558 100.00%

REP – Lieutenant Governor
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
SCOTT L. LEVITT 359 7.07%
SAM AANESTAD 1,394 27.45%
YVONNE R. GIRARD 445 8.76%
BERT DAVIS 487 9.59%
ABEL MALDONADO 1,854 36.50%
DAVE HARRIS 540 10.63%
Total 5,079 100.00%

REP – Secretary of State
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
ORLY TAITZ 1,115 22.49%
DAMON DUNN 3,843 77.51%
Total 4,958 100.00%

REP – State Controller
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
TONY STRICKLAND 2,439 49.49%
DAVID EVANS 2,489 50.51%
Total 4,928 100.00%

REP – State Treasurer
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
MIMI WALTERS 4,433 100.00%
Total 4,433 100.00%

REP – Attorney General
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
STEVE COOLEY 1,993 39.44%
TOM HARMAN 1,404 27.79%
JOHN EASTMAN 1,656 32.77%
Total 5,053 100.00%

REP – Insurance Commissioner
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
BRIAN FITZGERALD 2,866 58.65%
MIKE VILLINES 2,021 41.35%
Total 4,887 100.00%

REP – Board of Equalization DISTRICT 3
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
VIC BAKER 1,907 39.64%
MICHELLE STEEL 2,904 60.36%
Total 4,811 100.00%

REP – U.S. SENATOR 2010
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
CARLY FIORINA 2,487 46.48%
AL RAMIREZ 419 7.83%
CHUCK DEVORE 1,260 23.55%
TOM CAMPBELL 1,127 21.06%
TIM KALEMKARIAN 58 1.08%
Total 5,351 100.00%

REP – CONGRESS 51st
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
NICK POPADITCH 4,960 100.00%
Total 4,960 100.00%

REP – STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 40
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
BRIAN HENDRY 4,640 100.00%
Total 4,640 100.00%

REP – STATE ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 80
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
STEVE SANCHEZ 4,545 100.00%
Total 4,545 100.00%

AI – GOVERNOR
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
CHELENE NIGHTINGALE 73 47.40%
MARKHAM ROBINSON 81 52.60%
Total 154 100.00%

AI – Lieutenant Governor
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
JIM KING 133 100.00%
Total 133 100.00%

AI – Secretary of State
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
MERTON D. SHORT 134 100.00%
Total 134 100.00%

AI – State Controller
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
LAWRENCE G. BELIZ 74 47.44%
NATHAN E. JOHNSON 82 52.56%
Total 156 100.00%

AI – State Treasurer
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
ROBERT LAUTEN 130 100.00%
Total 130 100.00%

AI – Attorney General
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
DIANE BEALL TEMPLIN 136 100.00%
Total 136 100.00%

AI – Insurance Commissioner
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
CLAY PEDERSEN 130 100.00%
Total 130 100.00%

AI – Board of Equalization DISTRICT 3
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
TERRI LUSSENHEIDE 134 100.00%
Total 134 100.00%

AI – U.S. SENATOR 2010
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
EDWARD C. NOONAN 46 29.87%
AL SALEHI 37 24.03%
DON J. GRUNDMANN 71 46.10%
Total 154 100.00%

GRN – GOVERNOR
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
LAURA WELLS 7 43.75%
S. DEACON ALEXANDER 9 56.25%
Total 16 100.00%

GRN – Lieutenant Governor
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
JAMES ”JIMI” CASTILLO 12 100.00%
Total 12 100.00%

GRN – Secretary of State
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
ANN MENASCHE 11 100.00%
Total 11 100.00%

GRN – State Controller
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
ROSS D. FRANKEL 12 100.00%
Total 12 100.00%

GRN – State Treasurer
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
CHARLES ”KIT” CRITTENDEN 12 100.00%
Total 12 100.00%

GRN – Attorney General
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
PETER ALLEN 12 100.00%
Total 12 100.00%

GRN – Insurance Commissioner
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
WILLIAM BALDERSTON 13 100.00%
Total 13 100.00%

GRN – U.S. SENATOR 2010
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
DUANE ROBERTS 13 100.00%
Total 13 100.00%

LIB – GOVERNOR
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
DALE F. OGDEN 29 100.00%
Total 29 100.00%

LIB – Lieutenant Governor
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
PAMELA J. BROWN 31 100.00%
Total 31 100.00%

LIB – Secretary of State
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
CHRISTINA TOBIN 29 100.00%
Total 29 100.00%

LIB – State Controller
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
ANDREW ”ANDY” FAVOR 30 100.00%
Total 30 100.00%

LIB – State Treasurer
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
EDWARD M. TEYSSIER 29 100.00%
Total 29 100.00%

LIB – Attorney General
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
TIMOTHY J. HANNAN 32 100.00%
Total 32 100.00%

LIB – Insurance Commissioner
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
RICHARD S. BRONSTEIN 28 100.00%
Total 28 100.00%

LIB – Board of Equalization DISTRICT 3
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
JERRY L. DIXON 33 100.00%
Total 33 100.00%

LIB – U.S. SENATOR 2010
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
GAIL K. LIGHTFOOT 30 100.00%
Total 30 100.00%

PF – GOVERNOR
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
CARLOS ALVAREZ 9 64.29%
STEWART A. ALEXANDER 4 28.57%
MOHAMMAD ARIF 1 7.14%
Total 14 100.00%

PF – Lieutenant Governor
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
C.T. WEBER 9 100.00%
Total 9 100.00%

PF – Secretary of State
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
MARYLOU CABRAL 9 100.00%
Total 9 100.00%

PF – State Controller
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
KAREN MARTINEZ 13 100.00%
Total 13 100.00%

PF – State Treasurer
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
DEBRA L. REIGER 11 100.00%
Total 11 100.00%

PF – Attorney General
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
ROBERT J. EVANS 10 100.00%
Total 10 100.00%

PF – Insurance Commissioner
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
DINA JOSEPHINE PADILLA 14 100.00%
Total 14 100.00%

PF – Board of Equalization DISTRICT 3
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
MARY LOU FINLEY 11 100.00%
Total 11 100.00%

PF – U.S. SENATOR 2010
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
MARSHA FEINLAND 10 100.00%
Total 10 100.00%

Sup of Public Instruction
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
KAREN BLAKE 937 6.87%
DANIEL M. NUSBAUM 433 3.18%
TOM TORLAKSON 1,212 8.89%
FAARAX DAHIR SHEIKH-NOOR 69 0.51%
HENRY WILLIAMS JR. 340 2.49%
DIANE A. LENNING 651 4.77%
LARRY ACEVES 2,534 18.58%
GLORIA ROMERO 3,464 25.41%
LYDIA A. GUTIERREZ 2,328 17.07%
ALEXIA L. DELIGIANNI 565 4.14%
LEONARD JAMES MARTIN 466 3.42%
GRANT MCMICKEN 636 4.66%
Total 13,635 100.00%

IMPERIAL County Sup. of Schools
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
ANNE JOHNSON MALLORY 12,379 100.00%
Total 12,379 100.00%

SUPERVISOR, 1st DISTRICT
19/19 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
LOUIS A. FUENTES 856 25.08%
JOHN R. RENISON 1,091 31.97%
CARMEN DURAZO 773 22.65%
LUIS J. CASTRO 693 20.30%
Total 3,413 100.00%

SUPERVISOR, 5th DISTRICT
34/34 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
WALLY LEIMGRUBER 1,184 47.32%
ESTEBAN (STEVE) VASQUEZ 648 25.90%
RAYMOND R. CASTILLO 670 26.78%
Total 2,502 100.00%

ASSESSOR Imperial
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
ROY D. BUCKNER 7,364 50.26%
CARLOS ZARAGOZA 7,288 49.74%
Total 14,652 100.00%

AUDITOR/CONTROLLER Imperial
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
DOUGLAS NEWLAND 11,960 100.00%
Total 11,960 100.00%

CLERK-RECORDER
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
CHUCK STOREY 6,947 47.88%
AZIEL RODARTE 3,630 25.02%
JACKLIN COLÓN 3,931 27.10%
Total 14,508 100.00%

DISTRICT ATTORNEY Imperial
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
GILBERT G. OTERO 12,516 100.00%
Total 12,516 100.00%

PUBLIC ADMIN Imperial
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
NORMA SAIKHON 8,149 56.53%
CHRISTIAN LEGASPI 6,266 43.47%
Total 14,415 100.00%

SHERIFF/CORONER Imperial
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
RAYMOND LOERA 13,030 100.00%
Total 13,030 100.00%

Treasurer/Tax Collector Imperial
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
KAREN VOGEL 12,933 100.00%
Total 12,933 100.00%

CALEXICO Mem of City Council Imp
16/16 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
ULISES CARDENAS 1,051 19.81%
DANIEL CHAIREZ 248 4.67%
CARLTON HARGRAVE 1,058 19.94%
BILL HODGE 1,066 20.09%
MARITZA HURTADO-BARRON 1,109 20.90%
GUILLERMO HERMOSILLO 774 14.59%
Total 5,306 100.00%

WESTMORLAND Mem of City Council
1/1 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
THOMAS (BUD) LANDRUM 64 12.65%
LAWRENCE (LARRY) RITCHIE 92 18.18%
MICHAEL GINNIS 92 18.18%
HENRY D. GRAHAM, JR. 116 22.92%
ANDY CRUZ 142 28.06%
Total 506 100.00%

IMPERIAL Irrigation Director Division 1
112/112 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
DAVID B. OUZAN 3,387 23.67%
MATT DESSERT 7,033 49.15%
RUDY MALDONADO 3,889 27.18%
Total 14,309 100.00%

IMPERIAL Irrigation Director Division 3
112/112 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
RUBEN CASAREZ 6,347 45.33%
JAMES C. HANKS 7,654 54.67%
Total 14,001 100.00%

IMPERIAL Irrigation Director Division 5
112/112 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
ANTHONY SANCHEZ 7,007 50.82%
NORMA SIERRA GALINDO 6,782 49.18%
Total 13,789 100.00%

13 – Property Taxes and Seismic Retrofit of Bldgs.
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
YES 11,954 81.45%
NO 2,723 18.55%
Total 14,677 100.00%

14 – Primary Election Participation
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
YES 8,674 58.68%
NO 6,108 41.32%
Total 14,782 100.00%

15 – California Fair Elections Act
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
YES 6,046 41.55%
NO 8,506 58.45%
Total 14,552 100.00%

16 – Local Electricity Providers
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
YES 8,225 56.32%
NO 6,380 43.68%
Total 14,605 100.00%

17 – Auto Insurance Pricing
124/124 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
YES 7,773 52.64%
NO 6,993 47.36%
Total 14,766 100.00%

MEASURE H – City of Calexico
16/16 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
YES 2,015 60.06%
NO 1,340 39.94%
Total 3,355 100.00%

MEASURE I – Calipatria Unified School District
7/7 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
BONDS YES 317 48.40%
BONDS NO 338 51.60%
Total 655 100.00%

 
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