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Santa Barbara, Ventura County, CA March 5, 2002 Election
Member; California State Assembly; District 35; Republican Party Voter Information

Results as of Apr 10 12:24pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (434/434)
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Robert "Bob" Pohl 23,280 votes 100%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Educator/Businessman
  • Former principal, teacher and President of the Santa Barbara School Board
  • 12 years at CB Commercial Real Estate
  • UCSB School of Gevirtz School of Education Leadership Council Board, Member
  • Zona Seca Board, Member
  • Museum of Art Education Committee Board, Member
  • Public Education Foundation Board, Member
  • Access to a quality education is a child's civil right
  • Jump-start our economy by working with business leaders to create sustainable jobs
  • Community-based policing and a no tolerance approach to domestic violence

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