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Stanislaus County, CA November 2, 1999 Election
Mayor; City of Modesto

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Richard A. Lang 7,053 votes 35%
(This candidate has not responded to Smart Voter)

Carmen Sabatino 6,524 votes 32%
  • Occupation: Restaurant Owner
  • I have lived in Modesto since 1955, and I am a graduate of California State College Stanislaus.
  • I taught school here for 30 years - 26 years at Beyer High and four years at Downey High.
  • I have been in the restaurant business for 30 years, and have owned and operated a downtown Modesto restaurant for the past 22 years.
  • I have been affiliated with Rotary and the Breakfast Lions in Modesto, and I am a founder of the Modesto Basketball Association.
  • To re-direct City resources to providing basic services, such as street repair.
  • To restore the City to fiscal solvency.
  • To serve as a watchdog in City Hall in order to hold the line on fees and taxes.
Kenni Friedman 5,009 votes 25% Priorities:
  • Preserve and protect farm land while planning and providing for the anticipated growth
  • Tackle the methamphetamine problem
  • Attract better paying jobs
Tom Maher 1,651 votes 8%
  • Occupation: Retired businessman, retail & banking
  • 2l year Modesto resident
  • Married 37 years with 2 children raised in Modesto
  • U.S. Marine Corps, l953-l957
  • Public safety
  • Infrastructure needs
  • Land use

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