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Sacramento County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Member, City Council; City of Folsom Voter Information

Results as of Nov 28 2:50pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (39/39)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Jeff Starsky 9,229 votes 28.3%

  • Occupation: Planning Commissioner/Attorney
Eric S. King 7,676 votes 23.6%
  • Occupation: Manager, Strategic Investments - Intel Capital
  • Business Development Manager - Intel Corporation
  • Sr. Strategic Finance Manager - Intel Corporation
  • CFO - Technology Company
  • CPA from Ernst & Young
  • MBA with emphasis in Finance
  • A concerned citizen, not a politician
  • Managing Growth - long term financial viability, traffic, open spaces and infrastructure
  • Schools & Education - build and improve schools to meet the needs of our growing city
  • A New Library
Patrick L. Maxfield 6,626 votes 20.3%
  • Occupation: Retired Civil Engineer
  • Folsom Planning Commissioner for 12 years, currently Chairman
  • Chairman of Folsom Historic District for 9 years.
  • Batchelor Degree
  • Registered Civil Engineer
  • Member of Folsom Rotary
  • Co-Ordinate with local School Board to pass an urgently needed bond issue to fund a critical classroom space problem
  • Complete important transportation infrastructure
  • Develop regional presence
John Molina 5,419 votes 16.6%
  • Occupation: Small Businessman
Doug Link 3,612 votes 11.1%
  • Occupation: Operations Manager

Basic candidate data supplied by the County elections official. Order of candidates is random and changes daily.
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