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Winds of Change

Tracy Dems President Given Honor by Susan Eggman

April 4th, 2013
Linda Jimenez, President of the Tracy Dems was honored with the “Woman of the Year” award for CA State Assembly District 13. Jimenez was recognized by newly-elected State Assembly Member Susan Talamantes Eggman on March 27, 2013 in Eggman’s downtown Stockton office. In addition to her role as Tracy Dems President, Jimenez is
  • chairwoman of the city’s Parks and Community Services commission
  • active with the South Side Community Organization
  • active with the Tracy Latino Athletic Club
  • a member of the board of the Micke Grove Zoological Society
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Linda Jimenez (Right) is seen here with elected officials and Tracy Dems members including Theresa Brown (Left, San Joaquin Delta College Board of Trustees Member for Area 6), Cathleen Galgiani (Second from Left, CA State Senator for District 5), Susan Eggman (Center, CA Assemblymember for District 13)


 

From the Stockton Record:

“Tracy is such a wonderful community,” she said. “It is a whole town family environment – it reminds me of growing up in the Mountain View/Sunnyvale area.”

Eggman, a former Stockton City Council member and Woman of the Year herself in 2011, selected Jimenez “because too seldom does the Legislature recognize everyday people who care about their communities.”

Jimenez was presented with a plaque acknowledging her many achievements.

The humble honoree pointed to the legacy of her family.

“I come from a farm worker family,” Jimenez said. “My father said when he came to this country that he wanted a better life for his children.”

Jimenez’s brother, Edward Davila, was appointed a federal judge in San Jose by President Barack Obama in early 2011.

“And my mom came from a Pentecostal missionary family,” she said. “From her, I learned to give back and to do unto others. My mom taught us to stand up for ourselves and for those in need. I’m thrilled with this honor, because my mom was a big inspiration.”

SOURCE: http://www.recordnet.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20130328/A_NEWS/303280332 (Registration required)

 


Warren: “When was the last time you brought Wall Street banks to trial?”

February 16th, 2013

Dr. Elizabeth Warren, the new Senator from Massachussetts makes her oversight debut by asking a simple question that doesn’t seem to have an answer.

So the question I really want to ask about how tough you are, about how much leverage you really have. What I’d like to know is, tell me a little bit about the last few times you’ve taken the biggest financial institutions on Wall Street all the way to a trial. Anybody?


President Obama Delivers Second Inaugural Address

January 22nd, 2013


2012 November 16 San Joaquin County Election Results

November 21st, 2012

The Prevailing Wind

by Tracy Dem

The following results are for the Nov 6, 2012 election gathered from the San Joaquin County Registrar of Voter’s Office as posted on 11/16/12 at 16:38:31.


LEVEL RACE OPTION PARTY VOTES PERC
FEDERAL US PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA DEM 104288 54.41
FEDERAL US PRESIDENT MITT ROMNEY REP 82566 43.08
FEDERAL US PRESIDENT GARY JOHNSON LIB 1723 0.9
FEDERAL US PRESIDENT Write-in Votes 1005 0.52
FEDERAL US PRESIDENT ROSEANNE BARR PF 837 0.44
FEDERAL US PRESIDENT JILL STEIN GRN 713 0.37
FEDERAL US PRESIDENT THOMAS HOEFLING AI 523 0.27
FEDERAL US REP 10TH DIST JEFF DENHAM REP 28460 51.48
FEDERAL US REP 10TH DIST JOSE HERNANDEZ DEM 26824 48.52
FEDERAL US REP 9TH DIST JERRY MCNERNEY DEM 69172 53.24
FEDERAL US REP 9TH DIST RICKY GILL REP 60754 46.76
FEDERAL US SENATE DIANNE FEINSTEIN DEM 104621 56.06
FEDERAL US SENATE ELIZABETH EMKEN REP 82013 43.94
STATE 12TH ASSEMBLY DIST KRISTIN OLSEN 28643 60.88
STATE 12TH ASSEMBLY DIST CHRISTOPHER MATEO 18405 39.12
STATE 13TH ASSEMBLY DIST SUSAN T EGGMAN 72012 64.59
STATE 13TH ASSEMBLY DIST K. JEFFREY JAFRI 39477 35.41
STATE 9TH ASSEMBLY DIST ANTONIO AMADOR 14136 63.94
STATE 9TH ASSEMBLY DIST RICHARD PAN 7973 36.06
STATE PROP 30 TEMPORARY TAXES TO FUND EDUCATION Yes 97518 52.06
STATE PROP 30 TEMPORARY TAXES TO FUND EDUCATION No 89797 47.94
STATE PROP 31 STATE BUDGET STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT No 103640 58.18
STATE PROP 31 STATE BUDGET STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT Yes 74496 41.82
STATE PROP 32 PROHIBITS POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS BY PAYROLL DEDUCTION No 98959 53.32
STATE PROP 32 PROHIBITS POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS BY PAYROLL DEDUCTION Yes 86639 46.68
STATE PROP 33 CHANGES LAW TO ALLOW AUTO INS. COMP. TO SET PRICES No 91777 50.24
STATE PROP 33 CHANGES LAW TO ALLOW AUTO INS. COMP. TO SET PRICES Yes 90916 49.76
STATE PROP 34 DEATH PENALTY REPEAL No 113214 61.44
STATE PROP 34 DEATH PENALTY REPEAL Yes 71047 38.56
STATE PROP 35 HUMAN TRAFFICKING PENALTIES SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION Yes 156482 85.06
STATE PROP 35 HUMAN TRAFFICKING PENALTIES SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION No 27483 14.94
STATE PROP 36 THREE STRIKES LAW SENTENCING FOR REPEAT FELONY OFFENDERS Yes 116301 63.49
STATE PROP 36 THREE STRIKES LAW SENTENCING FOR REPEAT FELONY OFFENDERS No 66872 36.51
STATE PROP 37 GENETICALLY ENGINEERED FOODS MANDATORY LABELING No 109021 59.02
STATE PROP 37 GENETICALLY ENGINEERED FOODS MANDATORY LABELING Yes 75701 40.98
STATE PROP 38 TAX FOR EDUCATION AND EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS No 132386 72.25
STATE PROP 38 TAX FOR EDUCATION AND EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS Yes 50859 27.75
STATE PROP 39 TAX TREATMENT FOR MULTISTATE BUSS. CLEAN ENERGY Yes 105782 58.51
STATE PROP 39 TAX TREATMENT FOR MULTISTATE BUSS. CLEAN ENERGY No 74999 41.49
STATE PROP 40 REDISTRICTING STATE SENATE DISTRICTS Yes 119935 68.27
STATE PROP 40 REDISTRICTING STATE SENATE DISTRICTS No 55743 31.73
STATE SENATE 5TH DIST CATHLEEN GALGIANI DEM 95038 51.11
STATE SENATE 5TH DIST BILL BERRYHILL REP 90923 48.89
COLLEGE BOARD DELTA COLLEGE TR.1 PABLO V. ZAPATA 47457 31.27
COLLEGE BOARD DELTA COLLEGE TR.2 CLAUDIA MORENO 77615 50.87
COLLEGE BOARD DELTA COLLEGE TR.2 ELIZABETH YIP BLANCH 74069 48.54
COLLEGE BOARD DELTA COLLEGE TR.2 CATHERINE J STEBBINS 63932 42.13
COLLEGE BOARD DELTA COLLEGE TR.2 Write-in Votes 901 0.59
COLLEGE BOARD DELTA COLLEGE TR.3 LEJAMES K. MELTON 39568 26.07
COLLEGE BOARD DELTA COLLEGE TR.4 Write-in Votes 793 0.52
COLLEGE BOARD DELTA COLLEGE TR.5 STEPHAN CASTELLANOS 81870 54.24
COLLEGE BOARD DELTA COLLEGE TR.5 DAVID E. TANNER 68255 45.22
COLLEGE BOARD DELTA COLLEGE TR.5 Write-in Votes 817 0.54
COLLEGE BOARD DELTA COLLEGE TR.6 TERESA R. BROWN 92353 61.63
COLLEGE BOARD DELTA COLLEGE TR.6 JASS SANGHA 56444 37.67
COLLEGE BOARD DELTA COLLEGE TR.6 Write-in Votes 1054 0.7
COUNTY COUNTY SUPERVISOR 5TH DIST BOB ELLIOTT 18058 52.37
COUNTY COUNTY SUPERVISOR 5TH DIST RHODESIA R. RANSOM 16313 47.31
COUNTY COUNTY SUPERVISOR 5TH DIST Write-in Votes 108 0.31
COUNTY MEASURE D SJ COUNTY No 103821 58.73
COUNTY MEASURE D SJ COUNTY Yes 72945 41.27
MUNICIPAL LATHROP CITY COUNCIL MARTHA SALCEDO 1915 26.38
MUNICIPAL LATHROP CITY COUNCIL STEVE DRESSER 1303 17.95
MUNICIPAL LATHROP CITY COUNCIL PAUL AKINJO 705 9.71
MUNICIPAL LATHROP CITY COUNCIL DEBBIE ROCK 697 9.6
MUNICIPAL LATHROP CITY COUNCIL JOEY ERMITANIO 688 9.48
MUNICIPAL LATHROP CITY COUNCIL BIG DAN MACNEILAGE 549 7.56
MUNICIPAL LATHROP CITY COUNCIL BALWANT SINGH SANDHU 511 7.04
MUNICIPAL LATHROP CITY COUNCIL BRENT MAYNOR 401 5.52
MUNICIPAL LATHROP CITY COUNCIL OMAR H. KHWEISS 279 3.84
MUNICIPAL LATHROP CITY COUNCIL GARY HUTCH HUTCHEN 188 2.59
MUNICIPAL LATHROP CITY COUNCIL Write-in Votes 23 0.32
MUNICIPAL LATHROP MAYOR SONNY DHALIWAL 2905 66.74
MUNICIPAL LATHROP MAYOR J CHAKA SANTOS 1425 32.74
MUNICIPAL LATHROP MAYOR Write-in Votes 23 0.53
MUNICIPAL LODI CITY COUNCIL JO ANNE L. MOUNCE 11788 41.36
MUNICIPAL LODI CITY COUNCIL BOB JOHNSON 8718 30.59
MUNICIPAL LODI CITY COUNCIL DOUG (KEEN) KUEHNE 7857 27.57
MUNICIPAL LODI CITY COUNCIL Write-in Votes 135 0.47
MUNICIPAL MANTECA CITY COUNCIL STEVE DE BRUM 8244 28.25
MUNICIPAL MANTECA CITY COUNCIL DEBBY MOORHEAD 8202 28.11
MUNICIPAL MANTECA CITY COUNCIL BENJAMIN CANTU 7163 24.55
MUNICIPAL MANTECA CITY COUNCIL SHEILA RAYA 5472 18.75
MUNICIPAL MANTECA CITY COUNCIL Write-in Votes 98 0.34
MUNICIPAL MEASURE B EUSD Bonds – Yes 3169 63.84
MUNICIPAL MEASURE B EUSD Bonds – No 1795 36.16
MUNICIPAL MEASURE C CITY OF LATHROP Yes 3292 77.04
MUNICIPAL MEASURE C CITY OF LATHROP No 981 22.96
MUNICIPAL MEASURE E SUSD Bonds – Yes 28154 73.73
MUNICIPAL MEASURE E SUSD Bonds – No 10032 26.27
MUNICIPAL MEASURE G RUSD Bonds – Yes 4109 57.32
MUNICIPAL MEASURE G RUSD Bonds – No 3059 42.68
MUNICIPAL MOUNTAIN HOUSE CSD BOARD MEMBER ANDY K. SU 1732 28.19
MUNICIPAL MOUNTAIN HOUSE CSD BOARD MEMBER JIM LAMB 1231 20.04
MUNICIPAL MOUNTAIN HOUSE CSD BOARD MEMBER BERNICE KING TINGLE 1228 19.99
MUNICIPAL MOUNTAIN HOUSE CSD BOARD MEMBER RAJESH DIGHE 1052 17.13
MUNICIPAL MOUNTAIN HOUSE CSD BOARD MEMBER TARIQ KHAN 847 13.79
MUNICIPAL MOUNTAIN HOUSE CSD BOARD MEMBER Write-in Votes 53 0.86
MUNICIPAL MOUNTAIN HOUSE CSD BOARD MEMBER UNEXP. STEVEN GUTIERREZ 989 46.15
MUNICIPAL MOUNTAIN HOUSE CSD BOARD MEMBER UNEXP. COREY STROCK 605 28.23
MUNICIPAL MOUNTAIN HOUSE CSD BOARD MEMBER UNEXP. JOSHUA L. ANDERSON 521 24.31
MUNICIPAL MOUNTAIN HOUSE CSD BOARD MEMBER UNEXP. Write-in Votes 28 1.31
MUNICIPAL RECALL MOUNTAIN HOUSE CSD YES 1563 59.68
MUNICIPAL RECALL MOUNTAIN HOUSE CSD NO 1056 40.32
MUNICIPAL RIPON CITY COUNCIL ELDEN RED NUTT 2959 19.79
MUNICIPAL RIPON CITY COUNCIL LEO M. ZUBER 2622 17.54
MUNICIPAL RIPON CITY COUNCIL JAKE PARKS 2350 15.72
MUNICIPAL RIPON CITY COUNCIL SCOTT LINDSAY 2157 14.43
MUNICIPAL RIPON CITY COUNCIL GARRY KREBBS 1989 13.3
MUNICIPAL RIPON CITY COUNCIL CHARLIE GAY 1780 11.91
MUNICIPAL RIPON CITY COUNCIL ROBBIE ORLANDO 1062 7.1
MUNICIPAL RIPON CITY COUNCIL Write-in Votes 32 0.21
MUNICIPAL STOCKTON COUNCIL DIST 2 KATHY MILLER 36874 58.68
MUNICIPAL STOCKTON COUNCIL DIST 2 RANDY HATCH 25965 41.32
MUNICIPAL STOCKTON COUNCIL DIST 4 MOSES ZAPIEN 33034 51.8
MUNICIPAL STOCKTON COUNCIL DIST 4 DIANA MACCINI LOWERY 30738 48.2
MUNICIPAL STOCKTON COUNCIL DIST 6 MICHAEL TUBBS 39168 61.22
MUNICIPAL STOCKTON COUNCIL DIST 6 DALE FRITCHEN 24814 38.78
MUNICIPAL STOCKTON MAYOR ANTHONY SILVA 39941 58.44
MUNICIPAL STOCKTON MAYOR ANN JOHNSTON 28407 41.56
MUNICIPAL TRACY CITY COUNCIL NANCY D. YOUNG 9160 26.9
MUNICIPAL TRACY CITY COUNCIL MICHAEL MACIEL 8709 25.57
MUNICIPAL TRACY CITY COUNCIL RAY MORELOS 6047 17.76
MUNICIPAL TRACY CITY COUNCIL CHARLES MANNE 5486 16.11
MUNICIPAL TRACY CITY COUNCIL ROGER J. BIRDSALL 4515 13.26
MUNICIPAL TRACY CITY COUNCIL Write-in Votes 140 0.41
MUNICIPAL TRACY CITY TREASURER RAYMOND W. MCCRAY 17650 97.52
MUNICIPAL TRACY CITY TREASURER Write-in Votes 449 2.48
MUNICIPAL TRACY MAYOR BRENT H. IVES 18438 95.04
MUNICIPAL TRACY MAYOR Write-in Votes 963 4.96
SCHOOL BOARD EUSD TR.3 AMY BAVARO 414 36.28
SCHOOL BOARD EUSD TR.3 DIANE GILLISPIE ALCO 371 32.52
SCHOOL BOARD EUSD TR.3 MARK GEORGE 356 31.2
SCHOOL BOARD EUSD TR.3 Write-in Votes 0 0
SCHOOL BOARD EUSD TR.4 MARTHA COELHO 545 59.96
SCHOOL BOARD EUSD TR.4 JANAI STANTON 360 39.6
SCHOOL BOARD EUSD TR.4 Write-in Votes 4 0.44
SCHOOL BOARD GALT JT UNION BOARD MEMBER AMY MADISON 787 36.67
SCHOOL BOARD GALT JT UNION BOARD MEMBER TERRY PARKER-OWNING 699 32.57
SCHOOL BOARD GALT JT UNION BOARD MEMBER AARON STANLEY 647 30.15
SCHOOL BOARD GALT JT UNION BOARD MEMBER Write-in Votes 13 0.61
SCHOOL BOARD LAMMERSVILLE JT. USD SHARON LAMPEL 1561 56.27
SCHOOL BOARD LAMMERSVILLE JT. USD CHRIS CUNNINGHAM 1194 43.04
SCHOOL BOARD LAMMERSVILLE JT. USD Write-in Votes 19 0.68
SCHOOL BOARD LINCOLN UNIFIED BOARD MEMBER KATHLEEN SOLARI 7706 35.3
SCHOOL BOARD LINCOLN UNIFIED BOARD MEMBER VAN-HA TO-COWELL 6678 30.59
SCHOOL BOARD LINCOLN UNIFIED BOARD MEMBER GEORGE CONKLIN, III 4977 22.8
SCHOOL BOARD LINCOLN UNIFIED BOARD MEMBER ALAN WHIPPLE 2427 11.12
SCHOOL BOARD LINCOLN UNIFIED BOARD MEMBER Write-in Votes 43 0.2
SCHOOL BOARD LINDEN UNIFIED TR.2 DENISE MOORE 2569 64
SCHOOL BOARD LINDEN UNIFIED TR.2 JAMES RORE 1435 35.75
SCHOOL BOARD LINDEN UNIFIED TR.2 Write-in Votes 10 0.25
SCHOOL BOARD LINDEN UNIFIED TR.5 JOHN F. HUBER, JR 2227 57.04
SCHOOL BOARD LINDEN UNIFIED TR.5 LINDA S. NASH 1667 42.7
SCHOOL BOARD LINDEN UNIFIED TR.5 Write-in Votes 10 0.26
SCHOOL BOARD LINDEN UNIFIED TR.6 KIRSTIN A. HOLTBERG 2252 55.81
SCHOOL BOARD LINDEN UNIFIED TR.6 MARDY WALLER WHITE 1161 28.77
SCHOOL BOARD LINDEN UNIFIED TR.6 KIM EHLERT 616 15.27
SCHOOL BOARD LINDEN UNIFIED TR.6 Write-in Votes 6 0.15
SCHOOL BOARD MUSD TR.1 SAM FANT 14155 50.86
SCHOOL BOARD MUSD TR.1 SHARLA S. MOORE 8567 30.78
SCHOOL BOARD MUSD TR.1 ALISON ORDNER 4990 17.93
SCHOOL BOARD MUSD TR.1 Write-in Votes 122 0.44
SCHOOL BOARD SUSD TR.1 GLORIA ALLEN 2202 50.4
SCHOOL BOARD SUSD TR.1 MONICA V. HERNANDEZ 2143 49.05
SCHOOL BOARD SUSD TR.1 Write-in Votes 24 0.55
SCHOOL BOARD SUSD TR.3 KATHLEEN A. GARCIA 2208 56.46
SCHOOL BOARD SUSD TR.3 JOSE A. MORALES 1679 42.93
SCHOOL BOARD SUSD TR.3 Write-in Votes 24 0.61
SCHOOL BOARD SUSD TR.4 COLLEEN KEENAN 3836 51.69
SCHOOL BOARD SUSD TR.4 ANGEL JIMENEZ 3545 47.77
SCHOOL BOARD SUSD TR.4 Write-in Votes 40 0.54
DISTRICT LATHROP-MANTECA RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DIST MANUEL MEDEIROS 3270 29.35
DISTRICT LATHROP-MANTECA RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DIST BENNIE GATTO 2830 25.4
DISTRICT LATHROP-MANTECA RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DIST GLORYANNA RHODES 2627 23.58
DISTRICT LATHROP-MANTECA RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DIST TOSH ISHIHARA 2341 21.01
DISTRICT LATHROP-MANTECA RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DIST Write-in Votes 75 0.67
DISTRICT SSJID DIV 4 DALE KUIL 2820 60.5
DISTRICT SSJID DIV 4 ROBERT N. GEER 1820 39.05
DISTRICT SSJID DIV 4 Write-in Votes 21 0.45
DISTRICT WOODBRIDGE SANITARY DISTRICT MARY AVANTI 845 36.69
DISTRICT WOODBRIDGE SANITARY DISTRICT CHARLES STOCKER 540 23.45
DISTRICT WOODBRIDGE SANITARY DISTRICT HAROLD G. ROHRBACH 469 20.36
DISTRICT WOODBRIDGE SANITARY DISTRICT WILLIE R. NELSON 444 19.28
DISTRICT WOODBRIDGE SANITARY DISTRICT Write-in Votes 5 0.22

President’s Weekly Address 11/17/2012

November 17th, 2012

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