TID, TUSD and Local Turlock Election Results

|

The Stanislaus County Registrar of Voters has just released the early returns from Tuesday's Consolidated District Election.

As of 8:00 p.m., only 42.7 percent of districts are reporting. These results can – and likely will – change before the night is through.

Incumbents Joe Alamo and Ron Macedo are currently leading in the Turlock Irrigation District races, though retired irrigation worker Darrel Monroe is within 40 votes of Macedo.

Challenger Deborah Martin, a retired utility director, leads incumbent Tami Harrill-Muniz in one Turlock Unified School District race, while human resources director Jennifer Carter leads community volunteer Joe Lewis for the other seat.

Stay with TurlockCityNews.com, where we'll update the results as they come in.

Current leaders of all local races are italicized.

Turlock Irrigation District – Division 3
Joe Alamo, Agribusinessman –  590 votes, 62.63 percent
Daniel Agundez, Retired Electric Supervisor –  345 votes, 36.62 percent
 
Turlock Irrigation District – Division 5
Ron Macedo, Incumbent –  220 votes, 54.73 percent
Darrel Monroe, Retired Irrigation Worker –  180 votes, 44.78 percent
 
Turlock Unified School District – Trustee Area 2
Tami Harrill-Muniz, Incumbent –  255 votes, 37.23 percent
Deborah Martin, Retired Utility Director –  428 votes, 62.48 percent
 
Turlock Unified School District – Trustee Area 6
Joe Lewis, Community Volunteer –  153 votes, 32.14 percent
Jennifer Carter, Human Resources Director –  320 votes, 67.23 percent
 
Stanislaus County Board of Education – Area 2
Alice J. Pollard, Retired School Administrator  –  3,007 votes, 59.91 percent
Christopher Barth, Businessman/Farmer  –  1,982 votes, 39.49 percent
 
Denair Unified School District – Full Term (Two Seats)
Sandi Dirkse, Business Owner/Farmer –  509 votes, 42.00 percent
Robert Hodges, Farmer –  281 votes, 23.18 percent
Travis “T.J.” Lake, Group Home Administrator –  190 votes, 15.68 percent
Troy Hirshkorn, Registered Nurse –  107 votes, 8.83 percent
Regina "Reggie" Gomes, Technology Support Specialist –  123 votes, 10.15 percent
 
Denair Unified School District – Short Term
Kathi Dunham-Filson, Educator –  354 votes, 54.05 percent
Joel Sanders, Maintenance Transportation Director –  301 votes, 45.95 percent
 
Denair Community Services District (Two Seats)
Ronald R. Richardson, Appointed Incumbent –  153 votes, 28.71 percent
Diedre Thomas, Incumbent –  187 votes, 35.08 percent
Don Smith Jr., Retired Water Operator –  193 votes, 36.21 percent
 
Keyes Community Services District (Three Seats)
William Alexander, Appointed Incumbent –  51 votes, 26.98 percent
Davie Landers, Incumbent –  44 votes, 23.28 percent
Eddie Jones, Retired Maintenance Supervisor –  43 votes, 28.04 percent
Johnathon Parker, Incumbent –  40 votes, 21.16 percent

Comments 1

  1. TID employee says:
    Well Leslie should have never divorced the fat country bumpkin. He could have won the election....oops he opened his mouth. Looks like a few managers will manage to keep their jobs.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Recent Forum Topics

Recent Forum Replies

  • paul on In what different materials do women’s activewear comes? "You may get a variety of fabrics for the best activewear for women online, including cotton, spandex, synthetic, bamboo fiber, and Gore-Tex. Each of these materials has distinctive properties that set them apart. Since polyester is incredibly light and comfortable to wear, we advise you to utilize it. Athletic clothing frequently uses polyester as a fabric. Shirts for activewear, sweatpants and jogging jackets usually contain polyester blends. Polyester often dries quickly, making it the perfect fabric for intense workouts."
  • PaulWatkins on How does a real estate agency work? "Hi Dans Andrew, I'm glad you have made the right decision because a real estate agency is a promising career. Real estate agency involves dealing with properties either for selling or purchasing. When a client comes to a real estate agency to sell a property, it is the estate agent's job to find a buyer. If the agent finds a buyer and closes the deal at a good price for both parties, the estate agent gets a 1% commission from both buyer and seller. This is how real estate agencies work, and estate agents earn."
  • dans on Where can we find the best kratom capsules? "Hi, sir, I don't know which state you live in because many states in the U.S. have prohibited the sale of the best kratom capsules, but you can still find them online. Many online pharmaceutical stores provide the best kratom capsules at affordable prices. You can look for such online stores on Google or even social media. The store will deliver the best kratom capsule to your home without charging the delivery charges."
  • dans on How to choose the right weight loss clinic? "A reputable weight loss clinic should preferably include counseling while being overseen by a doctor or other qualified medical expert. However, some weight-loss facilities allow clients to quickly obtain weight-loss medications and leave without providing a thorough medical history or seeking a physician's opinion. You should stay away from these types of locations because they're dangerous and probably won't result in long-term weight loss. Find a facility that focuses on the behavioral treatment or lifestyle counseling instead. They can provide you with the tools you need to make healthy decisions and advice on how to fit exercise into your daily schedule. Some of these tactics include keeping track of your meals and keeping a weekly workout log."
  • paul on Why are customer reviews important during online shopping? "The most crucial component of every online store is its customer reviews. Reviews can assist other customers in determining whether or not the business and its items are worthwhile purchases. If you earn positive evaluations, your brand will gain an enormous reputation and rank better on Google. According to Google's recently modified algorithm, a business can increase its performance by obtaining reviews. This is the rationale behind inquiries about reviews on Google, Facebook, and other online clothing stores for women."
ADVERTISEMENT
Skip to content