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El Dorado County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
Governing Board Member; El Dorado Union High School District Voter Information

Results as of Nov 15 4:45pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (116/116)
Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Tim Cary 20890 votes 25.8%

Lee B. Hughes 17548 votes 21.7%
  • Occupation: Board Member
  • BA - Fine Arts - Elmira College
  • 8 years service on Board of Trustees current president
  • 3 years - ROP Board
  • 12 years - school volunteer
  • EDCOE CARE program volunteer
  • El Dorado County School Board representative
  • Academic achievement for all students at all levels
  • Adequate facilities to alliviate overcrowding
  • Collaboration with staff and with our community
Spencer L. Weston 16894 votes 20.9%
  • Occupation: Board Member
Ron Jacob 11037 votes 13.6%
  • Occupation: Financial Advisor
Robert C. Bowman, III 9983 votes 12.3%
  • Occupation: Business Manager
  • Alumni, and previous Associated Student Body President of the district.
  • Site Council, Student Board Representative
  • Countless hours of philanthropic volunteer endeavours
  • A balanced, credible, fair and triple-checked budget.
  • To re-establish the word "representative" into elected official.
  • To decrease the amount parents are throwing away on Bus Fees.
Triston Jay "Lord Cactus" Amero 4360 votes 5.4%
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