(Vote for 1)
Click on highlighted
name for additional information supplied by candidate.
Contact non-highlighted candidates and encourage them to provide information for
Dolores (Ortiz) Dominguez
- Occupation: Retired Teacher
- Bachelor of Arts in Education
- Principal/Coordinator - St Hilary School of Religion
- Bilingual/Bicultural Certificated Teacher
- Recipient of Pious the Tenth Award Confraternity of Christian Doctrine 1976
- Teacher of the Year -Yucca Elementary School 1993-1994
- Los Angeles County Bilingual Directors Association Teacher of the Year Award - 2001
Robert "Bo" Bynum
- I will strive towards assuring that all children in Palmdale will receive the best education that we can provide by evaluating budget priorities.
- Alleviate overcrowding and ensure that all schools maintain a clean, safe environment for our children.
- Be available to parents, teachers and the community, listening to and acting upon their concerns.
- Occupation: Business Owner/Coach
- Occupation: Parent/Businesswoman
- President of the South Antelope Valley Council PTA (2001-current)
- Board of Directors of Girl Scouts-Joshua Tree Council (1999-current)
- Chairman, Quail Valley Elementary School Site Council (1999-2001)
- Board of Trustee, Faith Chapel North Church (1999-2000)
- National PTA Honorary Life Membership (2002)
- Athena Award Nominee (2001)
- Accountability. I will work to improve accountability by evaluating budget priorities that affect the fiscal health of the school district.
- Alleviate overcrowding. We must keep class sizes down and build more schools.
- Accessibility. I will listen to the public's concern and promote partnerships between parents,teachers,schools and the community.
Basic candidate data supplied by the applicable elections official.
All candidates have been invited to supply additional information to Smart Voter.
Order of candidates is random and changes daily.
New! League of Women Voters California "Guide to Government"
Links to sources outside of Smart Voter are provided for information only and do not imply endorsement.