LAUSD District 5: What We Know So Far
RESULTS: EARLY RETURNS
(Last updated 11:58 p.m. Tuesday)
Keep in mind that even after all precincts have been counted, there will still be ballots to count. In some cases, it could be weeks before the official outcome is clear.
|Christina Martinez Duran||14,909||42.27%|
To date, Jackie Goldberg has not lost an election. She won races for Los Angeles Unified School Board in 1983 and 1987. Then, in City Council and State Assembly races â€” win, win, win, win, win.
And last spring, Goldberg returned to the LAUSD board after yet another campaign victory: she ran away with the special election called to fill the vacant Board District 5 seat. Goldbergâ€™s running in today's election for a full, four-year term.
But the question is whether a flood of spending from Bill Bloomfield, a deep-pocketed charter school advocate, has evened the odds.
Bloomfield has spent $1.3 million trying to sway the BD5 race, including $744,000 on negative ads against Goldberg.
📧 #LAUSD ELECTION AD CLAIM: @Jackie4LAUSD "forced Latino students to attend academically inferior & dangerous schools."— Kyle Stokes (@kystokes) February 26, 2020
ACCURATE? 🟥 Lots of red flags. The claim…
-dates back to a 1985 proposal that wasn't Goldberg's idea
-doesn't include key contexthttps://t.co/BUMYXt5egg pic.twitter.com/uCSpg4EehG
Goldberg has championed teachers' union causes since her re-election in 2019 â€” but in the campaign finance race, United Teachers Los Angeles hasnâ€™t kept pace. UTLA has spent around $230,000 to support Goldberg.
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