Cayangyang Passes Wilson in Latest Count for School Board

Latest results  November 6 2014 630PM.  Next update Friday evening. It appears that 4,806 vote by mail and 1833 provisional ballots have not been counted.

Sup 1 Sup 2
Vote by Mail 2151 2655
Provisional 959 874

Hazel Wilson picked up an additional 380 votes and Ruscal picked up 472 votes since the last count on election night.

Ruscal Cayangyang  is now in 4th place. He is now ahead of Hazel Wilson by 42 points.

total vote

While Wilson had 219 more votes at the poll (1953 vs Ruscal 1734) ,Ruscal had 261 more absentee votes which resulted in his 42 vote margin. Starting to look like peoples votes do count.

  TOTAL percent POLL by mail
Ubalde 6622 15.65% 2249 4373
Porter 6116 14.46% 2150 3966
Worel 5798 13.70% 1853 3945
Cayangyang 5322 12.58% 1734 3588
Wilson 5280 12.48% 1953 3327
Pucan 4712 11.14% 1610 3102
Loughmiller 4418 10.14% 1491 2927
Lewis 3850 9.10% 1231 2619
Measure E YES 61.16%  (needs 2/3 to pass)


'Cayangyang Passes Wilson in Latest Count for School Board' have 15 comments

  1. November 7, 2014 @ 11:09 pm Vote Counter

    As of Friday evening RUSCAL AHEAD BY 87 VOTES


    • November 17, 2014 @ 6:02 pm Cliff Hanger

      As of 5:06PM Monday November 16 Ruscal Cayangyang lead has been cut to 29 votes over Hazel Wilson . The reduction was due to most of the provisional ballots in Supervisor District 1 being counted. Wilson picked up 179 provisional votes and Cayangyang 123. For Tuesday 291 provisional District 1 ballots are to be counted. There is still 874 District 2 provisional ballots to be counted.


      • November 18, 2014 @ 7:32 am waiting

        I think the right thing is for the next highest vote-getter to be appointed to the Board. However, if that turns out to be Wilson, it would be extremely disappointing. She needs to go!


  2. November 8, 2014 @ 7:01 am Anon

    Ding dong,the wicked witch is out!


    • November 8, 2014 @ 10:07 am worthlessbishop

      Unfortunately it seems that at the last board meeting, Ramona stated the Board can either hold a special election or appoint a Board member. Will she, I mean, the Board do the right thing and appoint Ruscal? Or will they do what everyone suspects they will do, appoint someone that will continue to the downward spiral of VCUSD?


      • November 8, 2014 @ 9:12 pm wharf rat

        Considering Ramona’s Electioneering , which might have backfired on her , in this case ……….. The electorate has sent a message …. They want a clear and functional School District …. Programs and such are great , but , when a District does not perform , even to the most basic and fundamental, fundamentals , or even to State requirements
        We have a major problem …. The VCUSD is but one of many , not special , not unique , not entitled , not deserving of special treatment …. It is what it is ……….. an extension of our Community ,, Ramona and Her political Cabal should have no Influence on ANY , VOTING FOR ANY SCHOOL BOARD MEMEBERS . PERIOD …….THIS WOULD BE A TOTAL CONFLICT OF INTEREST …. and please bring on the Grand jury reports , as this , is one of the only Transparency , venues , into the largest economy in Vallejo ……….


  3. November 9, 2014 @ 4:33 am Anon

    Here is an ideal, sell that huge building on Mare Island to developers and scale down that administration staff before asking the taxpayers for another hand out. Benicia and Vacaville districts function out of modest offices. The administration can move their offices to vacant rooms on the mainland. Therefore they would be more visible and accessible.


    • November 9, 2014 @ 7:47 am Anonymous

      VCUSD should occupy the vacant red-brick building at 250 Georgia Street, at the corner of Georgia Street and Sacramento Street. Perfect location for visibility, plenty of office and meeting space inside, and access by the people on public transportation (like Cayangyang was saying in his campaign). Agree?


      • November 10, 2014 @ 6:36 am anon

        I don’t know about that building specifically, but yes, something downtown would be brilliant. Easy access by public transportation, and close to one of the biggest housing complexes (201 Maine) that is loaded with truants & delinquents.

        The whole move from Valle Vista to the Taj Mahal puzzles me. What was wrong with Valle Vista, and how does that serve the school district apart from providing a posh place for highly-paid administrators?

        On top of that, the deal to move the district offices included moving the continuation high school from Mare Island to smack inside a residential neighborhood (to Farragut School) — and busing all the Farragut School neighborhood kids to MI. Horrible decision. My guess is that most of the kids at the MI school are bused there, whereas if Farragut had stayed open to those kids, they could have walked. Better for the kids, better for the neighborhood — and cheaper for the district, too.


        • November 10, 2014 @ 8:58 am Bong Hit

          Oh my, who got the busing contract? Wouldn’t that be a trip if the whole thing was engineered to give busing business to a favored contractor?


  4. November 15, 2014 @ 1:52 pm decentamerican

    If Wilson has learned anything from her entire life and especially this election, she must graciously acknowledge the rise of the youth and help Ruscal get on board. I believe she has and may do that.


    • November 15, 2014 @ 9:02 pm Salty Dog

      I would also like to see Wilson gone but do you not think that ageism is a poor reason for her political demise?


  5. November 18, 2014 @ 9:09 am decentamerican


    please send 2 or 3 things you want done during 2015-16 to EACH of the NEW BOARD MEMBERS: RUSCAL, BURKE, TONY


    then, hold them accountable by checking in with them at EACH board meeting throughout 2015-16.

    Thank you.


  6. November 18, 2014 @ 9:49 am Bong Hit


    1.) Please report to the parents and teachers the progress being made to remove the violent and habitually disruptive students out of the general student population.

    2.) Please report to the parents and teachers the progress being made to remove the violent and habitually disruptive students out of the general student population.

    3.) Please report to the parents and teachers the progress being made to remove the violent and habitually disruptive students out of the general student population.

    Please post your responses here. Thank you.


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