Vladovic has widest margin of victory among three board elections
Richard Vladovic, who is completing his second and final term as LA Unified board president, won by the widest margin of the three board elections last week, according to a final accounting by the Los Angeles City Clerk, released today. His margin of victory over his District 7 challenger, Lydia Gutierrez, was 12.57 percent. In...
By LA School Report | May 28, 2015
Mixed reactions to mixed results of LAUSD school board election
Anyone who is staunchly in the pro-reform or pro-union camp on LA Unified school board issues is probably feeling a little ambiguous today. Despite two new faces coming to the board, the ideological balance of power remained the same, and reactions from the major players and supporters in the election has been mixed. Here is...
By Craig Clough | May 20, 2015
Analysis: For the LAUSD board, changes in faces but not balance
* UPDATED Voters wanted change, but the changes came from opposite directions. For the first time since 2009, two seats on the LA Unified school board turned over at the same time in elections yesterday that proved once again how little Angelinos care about the people setting policy for the 643,000 kids attending city public...
By Michael Janofsky | May 20, 2015
LAUSD FINAL ELECTION RESULTS
By LA School Report | May 20, 2015
JUST IN: LAUSD election results as of 10:51pm
JUST IN: LAUSD election results as of 10:36 PM
LAUSD ELECTION RESULTS as of 9:51pm
EARLY RESULTS: LAUSD School Board Election Runoff
Low turnout — maybe a record — expected for 3 LAUSD board races
Hello, out there. Yoooohoooo. Election tomorrow. Anyone paying attention? Six finalists are competing for three seats on the LA Unified school board, and the biggest question may be not so much as who they are or what do they stand for, but how many people care? Despite millions of dollars in outside spending and concerted...
By Michael Janofsky | May 18, 2015
Rodriguez leading all board candidates with big donations
As the final weekend approaches before Tuesday’s runoff elections for three LA Unified board seats, Ref Rodriguez, the challenger in District 5, leads all candidates with the largest number of individual campaign contributions, 51, at the maximum amount allowable, $1,100. No surprise, then, that he leads all six candidates in money raised since the March...
By LA School Report | May 15, 2015