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Election 2012

HUSD board member among youngest elected officials
HESPERIA • As a newly elected board member with the Hesperia Unified School District, Cody Gregg is not waiting for the future to make a difference in the world. For Gregg, 21, the future is now. As a Mojave High graduate and current member of... Full story
Park district seats still undecided
New numbers show Cowan in the lead; next count update coming Thursday
Nearly a week after Andy Cowan pulled an apparent upset over incumbent Jack Hamilton for a board seat on the Hesperia Recreation and Park District, the results of the election are still not final, according to the San Bernardino County Registrar of V... Full story
Cowan upsets Hamilton on Hesperia R&P board
HESPERIA • There was an early morning upset in the race for two seats on the Hesperia Recreation and Park District board, as updated results Wednesday showed Andy Cowan garnering 98 more votes than incumbent Jack Hamilton. With 100 percent of p... Full story
Schmidt on track to oust Bosacki from Hesperia City Council
Leonard maintains seat, per preliminary results
HESPERIA • The Hesperia City Council will likely have a slightly different look soon, with candidate Eric Schmidt and incumbent Mike Leonard on track to serve the people of Hesperia for the next four years, according to preliminary results late ... Full story
Bentley on track to be unseated from HUSD board
Rogers, Gregg take early leads
HESPERIA • A former teacher and a student took early leads in the race for the Hesperia Unified School District board, as incumbent board president Christopher Bentley lagged among four candidates, according to preliminary results late Tuesday n... Full story
Hesperia candidates report funds
Committee opposes two candidates
HESPERIA • The race for Hesperia City Council is the only election in the High Desert to have a committee devoted to opposing certain candidates. Incumbent Mike Leonard and Eric Schmidt are targeted in a committee aimed at re-electing Paul Bosa... Full story
Supervisor candidates raise similar totals
Source of funding significantly different
VICTORVILLE • The two candidates for San Bernardino County 1st District Supervisor are both working with hefty campaign contributions, though each has received their funding by very different means. Candidate Robert Lovingood received two $75,0... Full story
Accusations fly at HUSD meeting
Bentley reportedly flew into rage after inquiry about his kids passing out his campaign literature at school
HESPERIA • A City Council member is accusing Hesperia Unified School District President Chris Bentley of dirty campaign tactics — accusations Bentley calls "unfounded, libelous and slanderous." At Monday night’s Hesperia school boar... Full story
11 candidates vie for two Hesperia City Council seats
Why are your running for this office? Describe your core personal values. What’s your plan for funding road repairs and other improvements with the city’s redevelopment agency gone? How would you make yourself available to constituents... Full story
Getting to know 1st District candidates Lovingood, Roelle
Robert Lovingood and Rick Roelle will square off in November to represent San Bernardino County’s 1st District, which includes the Victor Valley and the majority of its surrounding unincorporated areas. To help readers get to know the candidat... Full story
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