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State of California March 5, 2002 Election
Member; California State Board of Equalization; District 2; Democratic Party Voter Information

Results as of Apr 10 12:24pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (6290/6290)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Tom Y. Santos 237,609 votes 54.7%

  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Tax Consultant/Realtor
  • 1998 Democratic Nominee for Board of Equalization, Dist. 2
  • 2000 Democratic Nominee for Congress, Dist. 11
  • 2001 2nd-Vice -Chair of Democratic Party Veterans Caucus
  • Former Board of Equalization Tax Auditor and Appraiser
  • Bachelor's in Accounting and Commerce
  • Advocate tax equity and fairness for all
  • Simplify the Board's tax codes and regulations
  • Revamp the Board's policies and procedures to improve customer service and accessibility
Norman R. Angelo 197,020 votes 45.3%
(This candidate has not responded to Smart Voter)
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Retired Auditor
  • Phone: 661-326-8166; Addr: 428 17th Street, Bakersfield, CA 93301; Email:

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