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Orange County
Third Supervisorial District Vacancy Election
March 12, 2019

Reg/Turnout Percentage
Total Registered Voters 341,604
Precinct Registration 341,604
Precinct Ballots Cast 9,834 2.9%
Early Ballots Cast 0 0.0%
Vote-by-Mail Ballots Cast 50,597 14.8%
Total Ballots Cast 60,431 17.7%
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County Supervisor Third District, Short Term
Completed Precincts: 229 of 229
Vote Count Percentage
DONALD P. WAGNER 25,017 41.6%
LORETTA SANCHEZ 22,037 36.6%
KRISTINE "KRIS" MURRAY 4,496 7.5%
LARRY BALES 3,590 6.0%
DEBORAH PAULY 3,309 5.5%
KIM-THY "KATIE" HOANG BAYLISS 1,204 2.0%
KATHERINE DAIGLE 536 0.9%
* Indicates Incumbent Candidate, if any
Registration and Turnout
Completed Precincts: 229 of 229

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Local 856 mourns passing of former Principal Officer
February 11, 2019

 

Ben Leal served as the Local 856 Secretary-Treasurer and Principal Officer 1982 through 1993.

It is with sadness that Teamsters 856 announces the passing of former Secretary-Treasurer and Principal Officer, Ben Leal. Leal died on Friday, February 8, 2019, after a short illness.

Leal began his career at Local 856 in 1956, only seven years after the union’s charter. As the director of organizing, his work was paramount to the growth and vitality of the new union. Through his efforts, he helped expand the Local’s membership from only a few hundred to into the thousands.

From 1982 until 1994, Leal served as the Secretary-Treasurer and Principal Officer of Local 856. As an organizer, Leal acutely understood the importance of continued growth of the Local for the benefit of all members and under his leadership, the union’s membership extended into such industries as health care and public sector.

Leal also served as a Trustee on the International Brotherhood of Teamsters General Executive Board and the Joint Council No. 7 Executive Board. In addition, he was a Trustee on the Western Conference of Teamsters Pension Trust Board from 1976 until 1994.

On behalf of the entire Local 856 membership, the Local 856 Executive Board extends its deepest sympathies to Leal’s family and friends.

Information about services is forthcoming.


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