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Fresno County, CA November 3, 1998 General

Member, Board of Directors, Full Term; North Central Fire Protection District

Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Joel L. Aranaz 4329 votes 17.5%

  • Occupation: Firefighter
Cheryl Belluomini 4120 votes 16.6%
  • Occupation: Hardware Store Owner
Rusty Nonini 3952 votes 15.9%
  • Occupation: Farmer/Businessman
Richard P. Goulart 3612 votes 14.6%
  • Occupation: Incumbent
Les Ahlenslager 3445 votes 13.9%
  • Occupation: Incumbent
Bob Sherwood 3423 votes 13.8%
  • Occupation: Businessman
  • 1978 started own company --awarded "Excellence in Business Award 1998"
  • Current board member for Central Unified School
  • Past business experience worked for Anderson Clayton Foods responsibilty included accounting, administration, and human resources
  • Active in Optimist Club, Bulldog Foundation, Business Associates, 4-H and others.
Daniel Raymond "Dan" Safreno 1833 votes 7.4%
  • Party: Democrat - moderate
  • Occupation: School Administrator
  • Bachelor's Degree: Fresno State
  • Master's Degree: Stanislaus State
  • Past school board member: Oakdale, California
  • Past President: Kerman S.B.F. Portuguese Association
  • Member: Kerman Chamber of Commerce, Kiwaniis Club
  • Past Principal: Kerman High School
  • Keeping our firefighting and rescue capability on the cutting edge of service.
  • Believe firefighters should be paid well and have the very best equiptment.
  • Believe that the people are the voice of the District,not any other person or group.

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