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San Gabriel Valley: Unofficial Election Results


SGV – Tues., June 3, was Election Day, and voters headed to the polls to cast their ballots for several local and statewide races in the California Primary.


Curt Hagman

Below are some of the highlights of the results, the most notable being with Curt Hagman (R-Chino Hills), who was beat with just a 3% margin by Gloria McLeod for the San Bernardino Board of Supervisors District 4 seat. Hagman, a former mayor of Chino Hills, terms out as State Assemblyman in District 55 this year. He will be unofficially replaced by Diamond Bar councilwoman, Ling-Ling Chang, who ran against fellow councilmember Steve Tye.


Ling-Ling Chang

Here are the unofficial results, as posted by NBC Southern California, with 100 percent of the precincts reporting:
• L.A. County Sheriff – Jim McDonnell; 49%
• California Governor – Jerry Brown; 54%
• California Lieutenant Governor – Gavin Newsome; 50%
• Secretary of State – Alex Padilla and Pete Peterson; each with 30% of the vote.
• Attorney General – Kamala Harris; 53%
• Glendale City Council – Paula Devine; 33%
• San Bernardino County Sheriff – John McMahon; 63%
• San Bernardino District Attorney – Michael Ramos; 61%
• San Bernardino Supt of Schools – Ted Alejandre; 55%
• San Bernardino Board of Supervisors (District 2) – Janice Rutherford; 68%
• San Bernardino Board of Supervisors (District 4) – Gloria McLeod; 43%
• State Assembly (District 33) – John Coffey; 24%
• State Assembly (District 43) – Mike Gatto; 67%
• State Assembly (District 48) – Roger Hernandez; 49%
• State Assembly (District 49) – Ed Chau; 61% of the vote.
• State Assembly (District 52) – Freddie Rodriguez; 56%
• State Assembly (District 55) – Ling-Ling Chang; 28%
• State Assembly (District 57) – Rita Topalian; 51%
• Measure A, Monterey Park Zoning – YES
• Measure G, Glendale Charter Amendment – YES
• Measure W, Whittier Electrics – YES

New DB Mayor and Mayor Pro-Tem

Diamond Bar Mayor Carol Herrera 2014

Mayor Carol Herrera


Carol Herrera was voted to the appointment of Mayor for a one-year term, her fifth time serving in this capacity.  She was first elected to the Diamond Bar City Council in 1995, and has also served as Mayor Pro-Tem.  Herrera is also the first Latina Mayor and has the longest tenure of service in Diamond Bar’s history.  She and her husband, Art, a retired LASD commander, have three children.

Diamond Bar Mayor-Pro Tem Steve Tye

Mayor Pro-Tem Steve Tye


Steve Tye was selected as Mayor Pro-Tem.  This is his second time serving in this capacity.  Tye has also served as Mayor and was first elected to the council in 2005.  He and his wife, Patricia, have three children. Elected and sworn in to the City Council for the first time is Nancy A. Lyons.  She previously served as Trustee of the Walnut Valley Unified School District from 2005 to 2013.

Ling-Ling Chang was also elected to the Council, but was absent from the meeting and will be sworn in at a later date.  Chang, in her second term, was first elected in 2009 and served as Diamond Bar mayor in 2012.

The December 3 meeting also included a special presentation to outgoing Mayor Pro-Tem, Ron Everett, who served on the council from 2007 to 2013.