Tag Archive: elections

Will Pasadena’s New Mayor be Terry Tornek or Jacque Robinson?

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Election for Mayor of Pasadena The Primary Municipal Election was held on March 10, 2015. Six Candidates competed, Jason Hardin, Don Morgan, Jacque Robinson, Allen Shay, Bill Thomson, and Terry Tornek. Jacque Robinson and Terry Tornek won the primary, at 30.7% for… Continue reading

Election for Pasadena Mayor: DPNA Candidate Forum

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Mayoral Candidates Forum A chance for Pasadena voters to meet and compare the candidates who are vying to replace Bill Bogaard as Pasadena’s next mayor. Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at 6pm Who’s Running? Jason Hardin, Magazine… Continue reading

Food & Fun at our 2014 Annual Meeting

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The public is invited to: The Downtown Pasadena Neighborhood Association’s ANNUAL MEETING OCTOBER 16, 2014, 6:30pm The Gamble Lounge of Pasadena Presbyterian Church THEME:  “DOWNTOWN PASADENA – A WORK IN PROGRESS” Food and… Continue reading

Growing Our Organization

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The DPNA is Moving into a New Phase Reaching to Meet Our Goals The Month of September was the deadline we gave ourselves. Here’s what we need to accomplish: Complete the DPNA Bylaws. (Important for our… Continue reading

Economic Vitality IS Quality of Life

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Jobs (Economic Vitality) and Transportation (Walkability) are Big Issues at Candidate Forum The March 5th primary election is fast approaching that will likely decide who will represent District 3 on Pasadena’s City Council.… Continue reading

District 3 Candidate Forum

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Benson, Kennedy, & Trone vie to represent Downtown & Northwest Pasadena March 5th primary election may determine Councilman for District 3 If no candidate receives a majority, then the top two candidates will… Continue reading

ONE Council District for Downtown Pasadena

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Downtown Residents Demand to be Better Represented. A letter to Pasadena’s City Council and the Redistricting Task Force. To:  Mayor Bill Bogaard, Pasadena City Council: Jackie Robinson, Margaret McAustin, Chris Holden, Gene Masuda, Victor Gordo,… Continue reading

Pasadena Redistricting – Four Districts for Downtown?

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Pasadena is geographically divided into seven districts, with one council member for each. The 2010 census forces Pasadena to re-draw the lines for each district. The DPNA is interested in how Downtown Pasadena is represented.  Currently, our neighborhood is… Continue reading

Chris Holden Sponsors Block Party for District 3

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The DPNA will be attending Chris Holden’s annual block party on Jackson Street this Saturday, August 6th, from 11am to 3pm. Stop by our table and say hi! [Update Aug 7: the event… Continue reading

East Pasadena Election Generates Heat, Hostility

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The run-off election for Pasadena City Council and School Board is nearing the finish line. Friday was the last day for voters to safely mail in their vote-by-mail ballots, as Pasadena only considers… Continue reading

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