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Author, actor, mentor and Knitting Designer Dirk Robertson talks to Ruth Copland on It's A Question Of Balance Saturday 7th June 9-10 PM

Member of the Mystery Writers of America, Dirk has written three mystery novels and numerous short stories. He is a martial artist and is the author of Martial Arts For People With Disabilities and Violence In Your Workplace: How To Cope. He is a trained Shakespearian actor, lecturer and consultant in Social Welfare/Media Studies. He currently resides in Virginia where he is promoting literacy and art projects for young gang members including working with The Fender Music Foundation that provides musical instruments to help youth trapped in a life of crime and/or gang membership. He designs and produces knitwear from recycled materials under the label Busker Knitwear and featured in a film about the global development of knitting. Before embarking on a career in acting and writing, Dirk held several National posts in the UK in social welfare, developing social policy. Join us Saturday 9-10 PM! For more info on the show visit www.itsaquestionofbalance.com 

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STATEWIDE PRELIMINARY RACES - 06-04-14 06:00 P.S.

GOVERNOR

 

IN THE STATEWIDE PRELIMINARY RACE, JERRY BROWN IS IN THE LEAD FOR STATE GOVERNOR WITH 54.5% OF THE POPULAR VOTE. NEEL KASHKARI FOLLOWS WITH 19%.

 

Edmund G. "Jerry" Brown                       54.5%                                               

(Party Preference: DEM)

Neel Kashkari                                              19.0%
(Party Preference: REP)

 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

GAVIN NEWSOM HAS 49.9% OF THE VOTE FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, WHILE RON NEHRING HAS 23.2%

 

Gavin Newsom                                           49.9%

(Party Preference: DEM)

 

Ron Nehring                                                23.2%

(Party Preference: REP)

 

SECRETARY OF STATE

IN THE STATEWIDE PRELIMINARY RACE FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, ALEX PADILLA IS AHEAD WITH 30.1% AND PETE PETERSON FOLLOWS CLOSE BEHIND WITH 29.6%.

 

Alex Padilla                                                  30.1%

(Party Preference: DEM)

Pete Peterson                                             29.6%

(Party Preference: REP)

 

 

 

CONTROLLER

Ashley Swearengin                                    24.4%

(Party Preference: REP)

John A. Pérez                                               21.7%

(Party Preference: DEM)

 

TREASURER

John Chiang                                                 55.1%

(Party Preference: DEM

Greg Conlon                                                 38.4%

(Party Preference: REP)

 

ATTORNEY GENERAL

Kamala D. Harris                                        53.1%

(Party Preference: DEM)

Ronald Gold                                                 12.7%

(Party Preference: REP)

 

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER

Dave Jones                                                   53.1%

(Party Preference: DEM)

Ted Gaines 41.6%                                      41.6%

(Party Preference: REP)

 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

Tom Torlakson                                            46.9%

Marshall Tuck                                              28.6%

 

 

 

 

STATE BALLOT MEASURES

 

PROP 41 Veterans Housing & Homeless Bond Act of 2014

 

IN THE PRELIMINARY RACE, PROPOSITION 41 WAS PASSED BY 65.4%.  ALLOWING BONDS TO BE UTILIZED TO RELIEVE HOMELESSNESS AND AFFORDABLE RENTAL AND TRANSITIONAL HOUSING FOR VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES.

 

Yes 65.4%

 

PROP 42 Public Records. Open Meetings. Reimbursements.

 

IN THE PRELIMINARY RACE, PROPOSITION 42 PASSED BY 61.5%. THIS CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT MAKES IT NECESSARY FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENTS TO BE IN COMPLIANCE WITH STATE PUBLIC RECORDS AND FORCES THEM TO ABSORB THE COST OF THAT COMPLIANCE.

 

Yes 61.5%

United States Representative District 20

 

Ronald Paul Kabat                          25.8%

Sam Farr                                                       74.2%

 

State Senator District 12

 

Anthony Cannella                                      64.4%

Shawn K. Bagley                                         35.6%

 

Member of the State Assembly District 29

 

Palmer Kain                                                 31.2%

Mark Stone                                                  68.8%

 

Member of the State Assembly District 30

 

Luis Alejo                                                      57.9%

Mark Starritt                                               42.1%

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Monterey County Superior Court Judges 06/04/14 0530 TL

IN THE MONTEREY COUNTY ELECTION THE RACE FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT OFFICE 3 WAS DETERMINED TO BE ANDRE LIU,  A FORMER ATTORNEY AT LAW.      IN A POSITION OF SOLO CANDIDACY STEPHANIE HULSEY RECEIVED ENOUGH SUPPORT TO BE NAMED JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT OFFICE 8.      JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT OFFICE 10 WILL BE FILLED OUT BY  HEIDI WHILDEN,  A FORMER SUPERIOR COURT COMMISSIONER. 

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MEASURES IN THE TRI-COUNTY AREA - 06/04/14 04:30 TL

THE SANTA CRUZCOUNTY ELECTIONS HAVE TAKEN SHAPE IN DETERMINING THE OUTCOME OF THE COUNTY MEASURES.    EVERY MEASURE IN THE COUNTY RECEIVED ENOUGH VOTES TO BE PASSED AND BROUGHT FORWARD. 

IN THE MONTEREY COUNTY ELECTIONS, THE MEASURES ON THE BALLOT INCLUDED  N AND O.    NEITHER OF THE MEASURES WERE ABLE TO RECEIVE ENOUGH VOTES IN ORDER TO BE PASSED…..THIS INCLUDED THE GONZALES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT BOND ISSUE, AND THE MEASURE ON PUBLIC OWNERSHIP OF THE DISTRICT WATER SYSTEM (WHICH IS CURRENTLY OWNED BY CAL-AM).

IN SAN BENITOCOUNTY,  THERE WERE TWO MEASURES, F AND G THAT WERE VOTED ON IN YESTERDAYS ELECTION. MEASURE F WHICH INCLUDED THE RENEWAL OF A VEHICLE LISCENSE FEE RECEIVED MORE THAN THE MAJORITY IN ORDER TO BE PASSED.    MEASURE G, RECEIVED MORE THAN 56 % OF THE VOTES (BUT THAT DID NOT INCLUDE SOME VOTERS IN SANTA CLARACOUNTY).     THOSE RESIDENTS VOTED 66% AGAINST,  SO THE OVERALL STANDING OF THE MEASURE HAS YET TO BE DETERMINED.

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3- San Benito County races - 06/04/14AA 04:20 S.S.

In 7 of the 8 races in San Benito County, the candidates ran un-opposed. The race for the 4th District seat for the San Benito County Supervisors was a 3-way race. Jerry Muenzer received the most with 43.4 percent of the vote, and he was closely followed by Victor Gomez, who got 38.48 percent of the vote. That means that Muenzer and Gomez will face-off in the November General election.

Daniel Recht came in with just under 18 percent.

 

SB Co SUPERVISOR, 4 DISTRICT
7/9 77.78%
Vote Count Percent
- JERRY MUENZER 759 43.40%
- VICTOR GOMEZ 673 38.48%
- DANIEL R. RECHT 311 17.78%
WRITE-IN 6 0.34%
Total 1,749 100.00%

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