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Santa Clara County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Member of the State Assembly; District 23 Voter Information

Results as of Dec 5 1:02pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (232/232)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Manny Diaz 58,020 votes 71.7%

  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: San Jose City Councilmember
  • Former San Jose Planning Commissioner
  • Former S.C. Valley Transportation Authority Board
  • Founder, East San Jose Youth Foundation
  • Former Engineer and Manager
  • More Support and Accountability in Public Education
  • Address Transportation Gridlock
  • New Economy Impacts to Working Families
Tom Askeland 17,531 votes 21.6%
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Businessman
  • Traffic & Transportation
  • Taxation
  • Education
Dana W. Albrecht 5,478 votes 6.7%
  • Party: Libertarian
  • Occupation: Software Engineer
  • B.S. Mathematics, Santa Clara University
  • B.S. Computer Science, Santa Clara University
  • Protect individual rights; especially privacy rights
  • Protect and restore rights of law-abiding gun owners
  • Repeal unconstitutional asset forfeiture laws

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