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Riverside County, CA November 6, 2001 Election
Member, City Council; City of Murrieta Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of November 16 6:39pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (24/24)
Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Jack F. van Haaster 2,463 votes 15.42%

  • Occupation: Certified Public Accountant
  • BA Business Administration
  • Growth/Traffic Management
  • Regional Participation/Involvement
  • Public Services (Police, Fire, Schools, Parks)
Kelly Seyarto 2,413 votes 15.10% Richard "Dick" Ostling 2,212 votes 13.85%
  • Occupation: Retired Police Lieutenant
Ron Holliday 1,808 votes 11.32%
  • Occupation: Investment Adviser
  • Vice-President, Southwest Riverside County Economic Development Corporation
  • Treasurer, Murrieta Chamber of Commerce
  • Treasurer, Murrieta Valley Foundation
  • Chairman, Murrieta Community Steering Committee
  • President, San Ravelle Homeowners Association
  • Member, Murrieta Public Safety Foundation
  • Fight to stay ahead of traffic problems
  • Stop tract housing in our rural areas
  • Create new sports fields for our children
Kenneth C. Dickson 1,783 votes 11.16%
  • Occupation: Governing Board Member, Murrieta Valley Unified School District
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Nancy Knight 1,419 votes 8.88%
  • Occupation: Retired Scientist/Chemist
  • Bachelor of Science Degree
  • Master of Business Administration Degree
  • Public Safety
  • Controlled Spending
  • Traffic Flow
Lori Stone-Rubin 1,181 votes 7.39% Ayleen Gibbo 984 votes 6.16%
  • Occupation: Retired Interior Designer
  • Murrieta Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors 1986 to 1993
  • 1987 to present, Formed Citizens for Historic Murrieta a nonprofit association
  • Served on Historic Specific Plan Committee
  • Served on Historic Preservation Ordinance Committee
  • Growth issue that pertains to over crowded schools
  • Bring quality business to Murrieta
  • Build on Murrieta's Historic area and preserve Murrieta's identity as an important part of our city
Jim Quayle 703 votes 4.40%
  • Occupation: Plumbing Contractor
  • Resident of Murrieta for 13 years
  • Future growth of Murrieta
  • Teen Center
  • Commercial Development
Robert V. Ross 599 votes 3.75%
  • Occupation: Real Estate Broker
  • Bachelor Of Business Administration
  • General Building Contractor
  • President Friends of the Murrieta Library
  • Former Chairman Trafic and Transportation Commission
  • Former member Murrieta Steering Committee
  • Superintendent Advisory Committee Member
  • Build a Library and Community Center
  • Resolve Traffic Problems
  • Promote Murrieta and seek regional solutions to economic problems
David Frank Landriscina 410 votes 2.57%
  • Occupation: Technical Consultant
  • B.S. Degree in Computer Information Systems
  • Microsoft Certified Professional-WINNT4.0
  • Married 26 years to Carol with two adult sons
  • Platform Keys: Responsive Gov't./Participation
  • Conservative/Principle Oriented/Managed Growth
  • High Tech. Businesses
  • Growth:[Key-Responsive Gov't]Pre-planned economic development based on an enterprise mix
  • Reforms: [Key-Full Citizen Participation]Mayor elected at large/Councilman by district or ward.
  • MDC'S w/peripherals & technologies to assist law enforcement

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