Update 11:55 PM The Victor Valley Votes: Election Night Results Continue to Roll In

First District Supervisor Robert Lovingood speaks to voters at Spring Valley Lake event. Photo by Nolan Patrick Smith

By Nikki Garret, Nolan Smith and Miguel Gonzalez

High Desert Daily

(Victor Valley) – Election results continue to come in a the night advances and the trends for the first round of reporting continue in its second round as the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters released more partial results.

As of 11 pm with the polls closed in the Victor Valley and with many election results parties still going on,First District Supervisor candidate Robert Lovingood lead Rick Roelle with 52% of the vote. “Right now things are looking well,” said Lovingood.  “We got a 16 point lead. We hope the trend holds. If it sticks, it’s a good opportunity, but we will really know in the morning,” added Lovingood.

Victorville Valley College Board candidate Joe Brady awaits results I'm on family and friends. Photo by Nolan Patrick Smith.

In the local Victor Valley College Board of Trustees race incumbent Joe Brady held-on to one of the two spots up for re-election. “This Is not about me. This is about students. This is about change and I can tell you that the High Desert wants change,” Brady said.

Just before midnight, the newly created 8th Congressional District was being dominated by Paul Cook over rival Gregg Imus by 20 percentage points.

In the national stage, President Obama pulled ahead of Governor Mitt Romney and he was the projected winner of the Presidential race. California’s 55 electoral went to the President. For most of the evening, it was a close race.

Candidate Mike Rothchild (center) talks to supporters at his election results party. Photo by Nolan Smith.

In the race for the Victorville City Council, early results showed Jim Cox, Gloria Garcia, and Ryan McEachron with early leads.  “So far so good,” said Mceachron. “Obviously they still have votes to count. It looks like we got a good chance to securing a position in the council. I look forward to continuing to serve the citizens of Victorville for the next four years.”

Stay tuned to High Desert Daily for more results:

The election roundup early results are as follows:

IN THE VICTOR VALLEY

County Supervisor – District 1     Vote Count         Percent

RICK ROELLE       16,896       47.19%

ROBERT A. LOVINGOOD     18,907      52.81%

Total 35,803       100.00%

Victorville City- Council

Vote Cocent

BYRON CASTELLANOS  1,136         6.11%

JIM COX    2,634        14.17%

SANFORD W. CRAMER 3RD    479   2.58%

FRANK L. ATKINS 233   1.25%

MELINDA O’CONNOR    1,778         9.56%

SHAWN L. HUBBARD     672   3.61%

MARSHALL J. KAGAN     1,325         7.13%

AARON KORN       1,489         8.01%

GLORIA GARCIA         2,398        12.90%

CURTIS GREEN    1,390         7.48%

RYAN MCEACHRON    2,318        12.47%

MIKE ROTHSCHILD       1,757         9.45%

ROBERT L. LARIVEE JR. 216   1.16%

CARLOS A. PROANO     765   4.12%

Total 18,590       100.00%

Adelanto – City Council        Vote Count         Percent

EDGAR ”ED” CAMARGO      476  22.50%

JERMAINE WRIGHT SR.      443  20.94%

JEREMIAH THOMPSON  281   13.28%

RANDY LEYVA      191   9.03%

RONALD BEARD   432   20.42%

TRINIDAD PEREZ 293   13.85%

Total 2,116         100.00%

Apple Valley – Town Council

LARRY CUSACK   4,203      27.74%

ROBERT ”BOB” SEIFERT         639   4.22%

TONY TYLER         865   5.71%

JACKIE MOORE    764   5.04%

ART BISHOP      4,234        27.95%

CHRISTINA BURTON     686   4.53%

IVER BYE    1,141         7.53%

TOM PIPER 454   3.00%

DAVID PHILLIPS  2,163         14.28%

Total 15,149       100.00%

Hesperia – City Council       Percent

ERIC E. SCHMIDT       2,132        17.32%

DAVID HOLMAN   581   4.72%

DENNIS R. DE HAY        274   2.23%

BRENT FARR        1,002         8.14%

JAMES ROBERTS, III.    891   7.24%

CODY LEIS 258   2.10%

MIKE LEONARD 2,197        17.84%

CHRIS ELVERT     1,694         13.76%

PAUL BOSACKI    1,258         10.22%

JAMES MADISON BLOCKER    529   4.30%

DON PARKMAN    1,496         12.15%

Total 12,312       100.00%

Victor Valley Comm College District     Vote Count         Percent

JOE RANGE 12,841       27.39%

JOSEPH W. BRADY    18,321      39.08%

JOHN PINKERTON      15,715      33.52%

Total 46,877       100.00%

Apple Valley USD       Vote Count         Percent

SCOTT WELDY     2,598         16.41%

MARK HART 1,372         8.66%

DESTINIE LEE HOFFMANN     887   5.60%

MICHAEL J. KAREN        649   4.10%

DONNA DAVIS   3,749        23.68%

BILL DEPPE         2,632         16.62%

TED BOHANON    157   0.99%

DENNIS K. BENDER    3,790        23.94%

Total 15,834       100.00%

Hesperia USDte Count        Percent

MARCY M. KITTINGER    2,491         20.75%

CODY C. GREGG         3,135        26.11%

ELLA M. ”LEE” ROGERS      4,122        34.33%

CHRISTOPHER BENTLEY        2,259         18.81%

Total 12,007       100.00%

Victor Valley Union HSD

DEREK KING      3,752        23.14%

PATRICIA ”PAT” DOMINGUEZ 2,691         16.60%

BARBARA JAMES DEW        3,665        22.60%

JAMES ”CHIEF” MOITOSO      3,122         19.25%

KEN LARSON       2,985         18.41%

Total 16,215       100.00%

Adelanto School District FT Vote Count         Percent

ELAINE M. GONZALES         1,014        24.20%

CARLOS MENDOZA       978   23.34%

TERESA ROGERS        1,306        31.17%

HOLLY ECKES      892   21.29%

Total 4,190         100.00%

Adelanto School District ST         Vote Count         Percent

JERMAINE WRIGHT SR.      1,464        54.14%

REBECCA KIGAR  756   27.96%

LISA MARIE GARCIA      484   17.90%

Total 2,704         100.00%

Victor Valley Union HSD     Vote Count         Percent

DEREK KING      3,752        23.14%

PATRICIA ”PAT” DOMINGUEZ 2,691         16.60%

BARBARA JAMES DEW        3,665        22.60%

JAMES ”CHIEF” MOITOSO      3,122         19.25%

KEN LARSON       2,985         18.41%

Total 16,215       100.00%

STATE AND NATIONAL PARTIAL RESULTS:

Prop. 30: Temporary taxes to fund education

Yes       41.49%

No        58.51%

Prop. 31: State budget, state and local governments

Yes       42.09%

No        57.91%

Prop. 32: Political contributions by payroll

Yes       52.04%

No        47.96%

Prop. 33: Auto insurance prices based on driver history

Yes       52.32%

No        47.68%

Prop. 34: Death Penalty

Yes       35.52%

No        64.48%

Prop. 35: Human trafficking

Yes       83.53%

No        16.47%

Prop. 36: Three strikes law

Yes       61.00%

No        39.00%

Prop. 37: Genetically engineered foods labeling

Yes       35.15%

No        63.85%

Prop. 38: Tax for education, early childhood programs

Yes       25.29%

No        74.71%

Prop. 39: Business tax for energy funding

Yes       56.02%

No        43.98%

Prop. 40: Redistricting state senate

Yes       69.46%

No        30.54%

U.S. Senator
202/1609 12.55%
Vote Count Percent
DEM – DIANNE FEINSTEIN 95,965 49.88%
REP – ELIZABETH EMKEN 96,444 50.12%
Total 192,409 100.00%

San Bernardino County races:

8th Congressional District

REP – GREGG IMUS 25,908 39.34%
REP – PAUL COOK 39,957 60.66%
Total 65,865 100.00%

State Senate

21st District

REP – STEVE KNIGHT 18,386 61.63%
DEM – STAR MOFFATT 11,448 38.37%
Total 29,834 100.00%

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