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San Diego County, CA November 4, 2008 Election
Board Member; Sweetwater Union High School District; Seat 2 Voter Information

Full Term.

Results as of Jan 24 10:40am
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Pearl Quinones Click here for more information about this candidate 57094 votes 50.37%

  • Occupation: President, Governing Board
  • Twice elected to Sweetwater School District Board of Trustees
  • Fellow-NHLI one of 22 women selected nation wide
  • BA & MPA San Diego State University
  • YMCA, NALEO, CA.Dept. of Ed. Dropout Prevention Board Member
  • YWCA Women in Industry , Channel 10 and Groundbreaking Latina of the Year Awards
  • Parent of a Sweetwater Graduate
  • Promote Academic Excellence through New Technical Educational Program
  • Continue to increase graduation rates, college enrollment and decrease drop out rates.
  • Continue to balance district $364 million budget without staff layoffs.
Lorenzo Provencio 35096 votes 30.96%
  • Occupation: Retired Educator
Gabriel Rodriguez 21157 votes 18.67%
  • Occupation: Finance Representative

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