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Final California Election Results / Riverside County

November 10, 1994

Key to Election Tables

-- An asterisk (*) denotes an incumbent candidate; a double asterisk (**) denotes an appointed incumbent.

-- A triple asterisk (***) indicates a race in a district shared by two or more counties. For that reason, individual tables do not reflect the total vote.

-- Elected candidates and approved measures are in bold type. Results are not official and could be affected by absentee ballots.

-- Party affiliation is indicated in parentheses: (A) American Independent (D) Democratic (G) Green (I) Independent (L) Libertarian (P) Peace and Freedom (R) Republican

-- District locations are identified by county. In Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego and Ventura counties, they are identified by community.

-- Uncontested races are not included in the tables.

-- Special district races for San Diego county and school and special district races for Riverside and San Bernardino counties are not included in the tables.

Supervisor

District 2

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) John Tavaglione: 28,606 (56%) Bill Hedrick: 22,258 (44%)

District 4

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Roy Wilson: 35,091 (61%) Carol Engelhard: 22,956 (40%)

District 5

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Thomas B. Mullen: 32,942 (62%) Cynthia A. Crothers: 20,390 (38%)

Coroner and Public Administrator

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Scotty D. Hill *: 147,226 (53%) Ricardo Diaz: 129,932 (47%)

Banning

City Council

2 Elected

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) John Hunt: 3,105 (27%) Joseph J. Lucsko: 2,246 (20%) Terry Holbert: 2,047 (18%) Gary E. Reynolds *: 1,438 (13%) William R. Anderson **: 1,244 (11%) Kevin Brown: 978 (9%) Frank David Franco: 341 (3%)

Calimesa

City Council

2 Elected

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Dennis L. Draeger *: 1,381 (29%) Jim Hyatt *: 1,232 (26%) W. J. Murray: 946 (20%) Shenna J. Moqeet: 876 (18%) George E. Rohrbach: 341 (7%)

Canyon Lake

City Council

2 Elected

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Alfred W. Trembly *: 1,253 (23%) Cora Sue Barrett: 1,067 (19%) Thomas J. Nagle: 1,007 (18%) Sandra Kay Robertson: 699 (13%) L. R. Linville: 646 (12%) Glen W. Vining: 491 (9%) Steven L. Graff: 372 (7%)

Cathedral City

Mayor

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) David W. Berry: 3,351 (53%) Gregory S. Pettis: 2,934 (47%)

City Council

2 Elected

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Joe Velasquez *: 3,218 (29%) Sarah E. Di Grandi *: 2,854 (26%) Jeff Fidler: 2,401 (22%) Jack L. Edelman: 1,101 (10%) Tom Crawford: 1,095 (10%) Frank A. Lassa: 342 (3%)

City Clerk

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Kammy D. Hill *: 3,837 (66%) Kathy Hansel: 2,011 (34%)

Corona

City Council

3 Elected

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Karen E. Stein: 9,179 (19%) Darrell Talbert: 6,409 (13%) Jan Rudman: 6,022 (13%) S. R. Lopez *: 5,429 (11%) Ray M. Russell: 4,430 (9%) George Jenkins: 4,021 (8%) Jeff N. Ruscigno: 4,003 (8%) James E. Higgins Jr.: 3,175 (7%) George C. Nierlich: 2,044 (4%) Tom Jimenez: 1,954 (4%) Manuel DeSilvia: 1,342 (3%)

Desert Hot Springs

Mayor

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Jerry Pisha: 1,019 (41%) Phil Kerr: 756 (30%) Faye Wiesmann: 429 (17%) Les Aaron: 310 (12%)

City Council

2 Elected

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Elizabeth Scott Donnelly: 987 (22%) Doug Sherman: 688 (15%) Greg Ruppert: 668 (15%) Gary R. Shearer: 536 (12%) Bob Stewart: 364 (8%) Mike Rodriguez: 311 (7%) Kelly Hamilton: 305 (7%) Gary A. Covel: 246 (6%) Francesca G. Chacon: 221 (5%) Antun M. Barbato: 141 (3%)

Hemet

City Council

2 Elected

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Jim Venable *: 9,690 (38%) C. Robin Reeser Lowe: 8,008 (31%) Herb Herrera: 3,081 (12%) Harold R. Martin: 2,203 (9%) C. J. Holzer: 1,571 (6%) Kurt Johann Zetsch III: 1,036 (4%)

Indian Wells

City Council

2 Elected

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Walt McIntyre: 910 (32%) Charleen Cash: 839 (29%) Arthur L. Jacobson: 685 (24%) Donald Long: 434 (15%)

Moreno Valley

City Council

District 4

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Bonnie Flickinger *: 2,497 (59%) Mark Patrick DeRosia: 1,729 (41%)

Temecula

City Council

2 Elected

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Ron Parks *: 4,272 (27%) Karel F. Lindemans: 3,475 (22%) Kathleen M. Eyserbeck: 2,717 (17%) Billie Goode Blair: 2,258 (14%) Eric Brown: 1,884 (12%) Gary M. Sullivan: 1,317 (8%)

Measures

Indian Wells

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

AA--Annexation into the Indian Wells Lighting and Landscaping District Yes: 559 (35%) No: 1,036 (65%)

Canyon Lake

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) BB--Appropriations Limit Yes: 2,318 (82%) No: 500 (18%) CC--Licensed Gaming Establishment Adoption Yes: 775 (25%) No: 2,388 (76%)

Beaumont

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) DD--Recall Jan Leja from Council Yes: 1,119 (48%) No: 1,191 (52%) EE--If recalled, fill vacancy by: Appointment: 546 (25%) Special Election: 1,607 (75%)

Coachella

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

GG--Fire Protection District Yes: 974 (59%) No: 682 (41%) HH--Parcel Tax for Police Operations Requires Two-Thirds Vote Yes: 869 (53%) No: 783 (47%)

Riverside

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) JJ--Police and Fire Service Tax Requires Two-Thirds Vote Yes: 19,651 (37%) No: 33,680 (63%)

Palm Springs

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) KK--Rent Control Ordinance Yes: 6,659 (56%) No: 5,231 (44%)

Contributing to The Times' Election Coverage:

-- Technical assistance: Deputy systems editor James D. Angius, systems architect Victor I. Pulver, systems analyst Steve Bergens.

-- Compiled by: Times editorial researchers Nona Yates and Tracy Thomas.

-- Contributing: Michael Alvarez, Lilia Beebe, Wendy Cota, Aaron Davis, Rossana Ellefson, John Hernandez, Christina Kelch, Anthony Kelker, John Malnic, Roshawn Mathias, Monica Torres, Tomas Torres, Rachel Vargas, Cynthia Viers.

Sources: Election returns provided by the office of the secretary of state and county registrars of voters.

Results on TimesLink

Final election returns for most statewide and California congressional elections are available on the TimesLink online service.

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