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Santa Barbara County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
Directory of Santa Barbara County, CA Measures
County Results as of Nov 11 2:56pm, 100% of Precincts Reporting (355/355)
57.6% Countywide Voter Turnout (112,258/194,672)

Measure L. Tivoli Garden Wheel -- City of Solvang
11370 / 45.63% Yes votes ...... 1317 / 60.52% No votes
Should an ordinance approving the Tivoli Garden Wheel specific plan and establishing the Tivoli Wheel/TRC Tourist Commercial District be adopted?

Measure N. School Bond -- Lompoc Unified School District
9049 / 69.65% Yes votes ...... 3944 / 30.35% No votes
To improve health and safety conditions by repairing, renovating, and equipping Lompoc schools, including student restrooms, repairing/replacing inadequate/unsafe electrical, heating systems, leaking roofs, windows, plumbing/sewer systems, deteriorating buildings, temporary classrooms, eliminating asbestos, mold and mildew, upgrading for fire and earthquake safety, constructing and acquiring classrooms, and to qualify for State matching funds, shall Lompoc Unified School District issue $38,000,000 of bonds, at legal rates, with bond expenditures subject to independent citizen's oversight and annual audits?

Measure O. School Tax -- Santa Ynez Valley Union High School District
4209 / 50.82% Yes votes ...... 4073 / 49.18% No votes
To improve our schools, maintain small class sizes, retain and attract quality teachers and other personnel through competitive salaries, support campus safety, improve school maintenance, and enhance programs including science, music, libraries, counseling, special education, and athletics, shall Santa Ynez Valley Union High School District levy a tax of $80 per parcel for five years so long as a senior citizen (65 and over) exemption is provided, with guaranteed annual financial audits, and a citizens' oversight committee is established?

Measure P. Recall -- Santa Barbara County Supervisorial District 3
4209 / 50.82% Yes votes ...... 13546 / 54.37% No votes
Shall GAIL MARSHALL be recalled (removed) from the office of 3rd District Supervisor?
___YES ___NO

SUPERVISOR, 3RD DISTRICT Designate which candidate listed below should succeed GAIL MARSHALL as 3rd District Supervisor, if she is recalled (removed) from office by this recall election.

___JIM THOMAS (Retired Sheriff-Coroner)

___Write-in ___________________________

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