Date: November 4th, 2020

Some Election Results May Take A While
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Some Election Results May Take A While

By Terry Miller While we endeavor to bring you all local and national election results, Beacon Media is committed to accuracy with our reporting. So often in hotly contested elections, like this year, people are quick to rush to judgment and subsequently inaccurate and misleading results can be just that. “Instead of election night in…

Pasadena Businesses Boarded Up for Post-Election Disorder
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Pasadena Businesses Boarded Up for Post-Election Disorder

By Terry Miller In a truly unprecedented general election year, political and personal resentments plus coronavirus has this country facing the epitome of fear and folly. Leading up to the election, state of emergencies were declared, and some very high-powered and well-known “adults” were bullying and insulting one another, especially on social media. President Donald…

Apparent Landslide for Measure P in Pasadena
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Apparent Landslide for Measure P in Pasadena

The City Council in July unanimously approved placing Measure P on the ballot. It was the council’s reply to a class-action lawsuit alleging that Pasadena Water and Power had overcharged customers to guarantee there is money available to transfer to the general fund. As of Wednesday morning, 84 percent of Pasadena voters gave two enthusiastic thumbs up for…

Victor Gordo Takes Lead in Pasadena Mayoral Race
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Victor Gordo Takes Lead in Pasadena Mayoral Race

By Terry Miller As of Wednesday morning, Councilman Victor Gordo continues to lead incumbent Mayor Terry Tornek in the race for Pasadena mayor. Gordo began his direct service to the city of Pasadena in 1997, when then–Vice Mayor Bill Crowfoot appointed him as the field representative for District 5. Tornek has been Mayor since 2015…

Los Angeles County May Have a New District Attorney
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Los Angeles County May Have a New District Attorney

By Terry Miller In one of the most heated races in this election year, District Attorney Jackie Lacey may be ousted by challenger George Gascón. Gascón had 54 percent of the vote as of Wednesday morning and Lacey, the incumbent, trailed at 46 percent. Lacey runs an office of nearly 1,000 deputy district attorneys responsible…

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