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Santa Barbara County, CA March 7, 2000 Election
Supervisor; County of Santa Barbara; District 1

Results as of Mar 29 12:18pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (87/87)
54.21% Voter Turnout (21851/40307)

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Naomi L. Schwartz 12610 votes 61.43%

  • Occupation: Santa Barbara County Supervisor, First District
  • It has been an honor for me to represent the people of the First District on the County Board of Supervisors
  • I am proud to have led the creek water quality testing and city-county action plan,
  • to have authored the Adopt-a-Beach/Adopt-a-Creek program,
  • to fight for strict controls on offshore oil production,
  • to have initiated the Local Vendor Outreach Program and the first County Economic Development Program,
  • and to have led the effort to develop performance-based budget accountability of county departments.
  • Preserve our coastline, natural resources and community character.
  • Promote a healthy local business climate and strengthen and enrich opportunities for our children and families.
  • Maintain the highest standards of public health, safety and emergency response.
STEVE Crossland 7852 votes 38.25%
  • Occupation: CEO Carousel Holdings, Inc.
  • Masters of Science in Business Administration
  • Director 19th Agricultrual District
  • Fish and Game Commission
  • To stop the divisive political separation within the Board and to bring a balanced hand to the Board without political aggenda.
  • To heal the divisiveness that has so afflicated our county
  • To clean-up our streams and ocean without political decision making

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