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State of California (Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Shasta, Siskiyou, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Yolo Counties) March 7, 2000 Election
Member of the State Assembly; District 2

Results as of Apr 10 2:36pm, 94.5% of Precincts Reporting (375/397)

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Dick Dickerson 75,690 votes 68%

  • Party: Republican (100% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Member, State Assembly
  • Phone: 530-244-5617; Addr: PO Box 990643L, Redding, CA 96099; Email:
Virgil Parks 27,975 votes 25.2%
  • Party: Democratic (100% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Retired Union Negotiator
Pete Bret 3,936 votes 3.5%
  • Party: Libertarian (100% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Quality Controller/Engineer
  • Author, engineer and former Navy corpsman,
  • Registered Pharmacy Technician and degreed Legal Assistant,
  • With construction experience from Central America to the Middle East,
  • Pete is a concerned grandfather involved in his community.
  • For a map of Pete's District see
Patrice Thiessen 3,735 votes 3.3%
  • Party: Natural Law (100% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Acupuncturist/Herbalist
  • Phone: 530-926-4055; Addr: 212 East Lake, Mt. Shasta, CA 96067; Email:

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