On April 16, eligible voters will participate in a run-off election to select a representative for Pasadena Unified School District, (PUSD) Board of Education, District 3, Pasadena City Clerk Mark Jomsky announced today.
Ruben Hueso and Tyron Hampton are the two candidates that received the highest number of votes in the March 5, 2013 Primary Election without reaching the necessary 50 percent, plus one, majority needed to be declared elected.
Eligible voters within Board of Education District 3 will have an opportunity to cast a ballot at the April 16, 2013 General Municipal (run-off) Election and decide their Board of Education representative. Detailed election information is available at http://ww2.cityofpasadena.net/cityclerk/election, or call (626) 744-4124.
For the recent City Council elections, voters re-elected Councilmembers Victor Gordo and Terry Tornek and elected candidate John J. Kennedy to his first term, filling the seat vacated by former long-time Councilmember Chris Holden, now a member of the California State Assembly.
The Council at its March 18 meeting certified the City Council results as presented by City Clerk Jomsky, including: Council District 3, Kennedy, 674 votes, 55.8 percent; Council District 5, Gordo, 910 votes, 89.1 percent; Council District 7, Tornek, 1,322 votes, 100 percent.
The City Clerk is scheduled to administer the Oath of Office to the Councilmembers on May 6 in the Council Chamber at City Hall as part of the annual City Council Organizational Meeting.
For PUSD, voters selected representatives for Board District 1, Kimberly Keene, 1,110 votes, 71.8 percent; District 5, Elizabeth Pomeroy, 1,154 votes, 68.8 percent; and District 7, Scott Phelps, 2,100 votes, 60.9 percent.
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NOTE: See Community News for more information about Tyron Hampton.