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November 5, 2002 Election

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County Results as of Dec 6 2:34am, 100% of Precincts Reporting (1220/1220)
50.4% Countywide Voter Turnout (369,215/731,633)

Statewide Results as of Nov 14 11:14am, 100% of Precincts Reporting (24726/24726)
48.5% Statewide Voter Turnout (7,424,799/15,303,469)

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  • State Executive

    Governor; State of California

    Lieutenant Governor; State of California

    Secretary of State; State of California

    State Controller; State of California

    State Treasurer; State of California

    Attorney General; State of California

    Insurance Commissioner; State of California

    Member; California State Board of Equalization; District 1

    Federal & State Legislative

    United States Representative; District 11

    • Richard W. Pombo, Republican
      94,461 votes 60.1%
    • Elaine Shaw, Democratic
      62,886 votes 39.9%

    United States Representative; District 14

    United States Representative; District 15

    United States Representative; District 16

    • Zoe Lofgren, Democratic
      71,231 votes 67.1%
    • Douglas Adams McNea, Republican
      31,659 votes 29.8%
    • Dennis Michael Umphress, Libertarian
      3,372 votes 3.1%

    State; California State; Senate District 10

    Member; California State Assembly; District 20

    • John A. Dutra, Democratic
      52,205 votes 66.7%
    • Daniel L. Dow, Republican
      22,546 votes 28.8%
    • Keith Lyon, Libertarian
      3,572 votes 4.5%

    Member; California State Assembly; District 21

    • Joe Simitian, Democratic
      70,696 votes 60.6%
    • Jim Russell, Republican
      41,925 votes 35.9%
    • Raymond M. Bell, Jr., Libertarian
      4,178 votes 3.5%

    Member; California State Assembly; District 22

    Member; California State Assembly; District 23

    Member; California State Assembly; District 24

    • Rebecca Cohn, Democratic
      69,153 votes 100%

    Member; California State Assembly; District 27

    Member; California State Assembly; District 28

    Judicial

    Justice; California State Supreme Court (Yes/No)

    Justice, California State Court of Appeal; District 6 (Yes/No)

    County

    Judge - Superior Court; County of Santa Clara; Office 9

    Judge - Superior Court; County of Santa Clara; Office 16

    School

    State Superintendent of Public Instruction; State of California

    Member; Santa Clara County Board of Education; Trustee Area 1

    Member; Santa Clara County Board of Education; Trustee Area 2

    • T. N. Ho
      25,076 votes 56.5%
    • John Olson
      19,268 votes 43.4%
    • (5 Writein Votes 0.0%)

    Member; Santa Clara County Board of Education; Trustee Area 6

    • Anthony Munoz
      25,603 votes 76.3%
    • Carleton Louis Beswick
      7,962 votes 23.7%

    Member; Santa Clara County Board of Education; Trustee Area 7

    Trustee; Gavilan Joint Community College District; Trustee Area 2

    • Laura Perry
      11,110 votes 67.4%
    • Mark Hinkle
      5,368 votes 32.6%

    Trustee; Gavilan Joint Community College District; Trustee Area 3 (2 Elected)

    • Elvira Robinson
      8,273 votes 32.6%
    • James De La Cruz
      5,742 votes 22.6%
    • Lucha Ortega
      5,461 votes 21.5%
    • Ruben E. Lopez
      4,227 votes 16.7%
    • Rito Ramirez
      1,668 votes 6.6%

    Trustee; San Jose-Evergreen Community College District; Trustee Area 2

    • Fred M. Tovar
      6,072 votes 66.8%
    • Bud Lomonaco
      3,015 votes 33.2%

    Trustee; San Jose-Evergreen Community College District; Trustee Area 6

    Trustee; West Valley-Mission Community College District; Trustee Area 1 (2 Elected)

    • Jeffrey A. Schwartz
      29,284 votes 26.7%
    • Jack Lucas
      28,656 votes 26.2%
    • Bret L. England
      27,215 votes 24.9%
    • Don Wolfe
      24,357 votes 22.2%
    • (4 Writein Votes 0.0%)

    Trustee; West Valley-Mission Community College District; Trustee Area 2

    Trustee; Yosemite Community College District; Trustee Area 4

    Board Member; Gilroy Unified School District (4 Elected)

    • Jim Rogers
      5,019 votes 21.8%
    • TJ Owens
      4,937 votes 21.4%
    • David McRae
      4,308 votes 18.7%
    • Tom Bundros
      4,084 votes 17.7%
    • David Oberstadt
      2,622 votes 11.4%
    • Jesus Florencio Gonzalez
      2,084 votes 9.0%

    Board Member; Milpitas Unified School District (3 Elected)

    Board Member; Morgan Hill Unified School District (4 Elected)

    Trustee; San Jose Unified School District; Trustee Area 4

    • Veronica Grijalva Lewis
      4,052 votes 53.0%
    • Bill Aaron
      3,596 votes 47.0%

    Trustee; Santa Clara Unified School District; Trustee Area 2 (2 Elected)

    Trustee; Santa Clara Unified School District; Trustee Area 3

    Board Member; Campbell Union High School District (3 Elected)

    Board Member; East Side Union High School District (3 Elected)

    Board Member; Fremont Union High School District (3 Elected)

    Board Member; San Benito High School District (3 Elected)

    • Kenneth W. Kovanda
      14 votes 25.5%
    • Judy Rider
      13 votes 23.6%
    • Sylvia Sims Delay
      11 votes 20.0%
    • Bill Tiffany
      8 votes 14.5%
    • Jan M. Joseph
      5 votes 9.1%
    • Stefani Fowler
      4 votes 7.3%

    Board Member; Alum Rock Union School District (3 Elected)

    Board Member; Berryessa Union School District (3 Elected)

    Board Member; Campbell Union School District (3 Elected)

    Board Member; Evergreen School District (3 Elected)

    • Sylvia Alvarez
      8,567 votes 27.8%
    • Kathy Bowers
      7,779 votes 25.2%
    • Jeff L. Fischer
      6,382 votes 20.7%
    • Janet M. Orgill
      4,635 votes 15.0%
    • Franklin West
      3,471 votes 11.3%

    Board Member; Franklin-McKinley School District (3 Elected)

    Board Member; Lakeside Joint School District; 4 Year Term (3 Elected)

    Board Member; Lakeside Joint School District; 2 Year Short Term

    • Trish Dubberley
      357 votes 67.1%
    • Stacey A. Johnson
      174 votes 32.7%
    • (1 Writein Votes 0.2%)

    Board Member; Luther Burbank School District (3 Elected)

    • Kim Kuebler
      278 votes 28.8%
    • Antonio R. Perez
      246 votes 25.5%
    • Gustavo De La Cruz
      234 votes 24.2%
    • Daniel J. Chavez
      208 votes 21.5%

    Board Member; Mountain View-Whisman School District (2 Elected)

    Board Member; North County Joint Union School District (2 Elected)

    • Krystal Lomanto
      12 votes 37.5%
    • Jason Ferguson
      8 votes 25.0%
    • Rebecca Doty
      7 votes 21.9%
    • Curtis A. Nelson
      5 votes 15.6%

    Board Member; Union School District (3 Elected)

    City

    Council Member; City of Campbell (3 Elected)

    Council Member; Town of Los Altos Hills (2 Elected)

    Council Member; Town of Los Gatos (3 Elected)

    Mayor; City of Milpitas

    Council Member; City of Milpitas (2 Elected)

    Council Member; City of Monte Sereno (3 Elected)

    • Barbara Nesbet
      949 votes 29.1%
    • Mark Brodsky
      742 votes 22.8%
    • Curtis Wright
      626 votes 19.2%
    • Deepak Chopra
      562 votes 17.2%
    • Kim Hanrahan
      381 votes 11.7%

    Mayor; City of Morgan Hill

    • Dennis Kennedy
      5,628 votes 100.0%

    Council Member; City of Morgan Hill (2 Elected)

    • Greg Sellers
      4,752 votes 52.1%
    • Steve Tate
      4,367 votes 47.9%

    Council Member; City of Mountain View; 4 Year Term (3 Elected)

    Council Member; City of Mountain View; 2 Year Short Term

    Council Member; City of San Jose; Council District 7

    Mayor; City of Santa Clara

    Council Member; City of Santa Clara; Seat 2

    Council Member; City of Santa Clara; Seat 5

    Council Member; City of Saratoga (3 Elected)

    District

    Director; El Camino Hospital District (2 Elected)

    State Propositions

    Proposition 46 Housing and Emergency Shelter Trust Fund Act of 2002
    3,895,071 / 57.5% Yes votes ...... 2,880,506 / 42.5% No votes
    Should the state create a trust fund by selling two billion one hundred million dollars ($2,100,000,000) in general obligation funds to fund twenty-one types of housing programs--including multifamily, individual and farmworker housing?

    Proposition 47 Kindergarten-University Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 2002
    4,044,743 / 59.0% Yes votes ...... 2,809,844 / 41.0% No votes
    Should the state sell thirteen billion fifty million dollars ($13,050,000,000) in general obligation bonds for construction and renovation of K-12 school facilities and higher education facilities?

    Proposition 48 Court Consolidation
    4,642,292 / 72.8% Yes votes ...... 1,735,074 / 27.2% No votes
    Should the California Constitution be amended to delete references to the municipal courts?

    Proposition 49 Before and After School Programs. State Grants
    3,857,409 / 56.6% Yes votes ...... 2,958,458 / 43.4% No votes
    Should funding for before and after school programs be substantially increased, and starting in 2004-05, should general funds be permanently earmarked for this program?

    Proposition 50 Water Quality, Supply and Safe Drinking Water Projects. Coastal Wetlands Purchase and Protection
    3,727,561 / 55.4% Yes votes ...... 3,006,792 / 44.6% No votes
    Should the state borrow three billion four hundred forty million dollars ($3,440,000,000) through the sale of general obligation bonds for a variety of water projects including coastal protection, the CALFED Bay-Delta Program, integrated regional water management, safe drinking water, and water quality?

    Proposition 51 Distribution of Existing Motor Vehicle Sales and Use Tax
    2,712,675 / 41.4% Yes votes ...... 3,839,788 / 58.6% No votes
    Should the sales and use taxes raised from the sale or lease of motor vehicles be permanently allocated to specific transportation projects?

    Proposition 52 Election Day Voter Registration
    2,745,473 / 40.6% Yes votes ...... 4,019,211 / 59.4% No votes
    Should legally eligible California residents presenting proof of current residence be allowed to register to vote on Election Day?

    Local Measures

    Measure A Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority Measure -- County of Santa Clara (Advisory vote only)
    248,324 / 82.9% Yes votes ...... 51,086 / 17.1% No votes
    Shall the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority continue to plan, design, construct and provide transit services as described in the official Valley Transportation Plan 2020 (VTP 2020) as adopted on December 14, 2000?
    VOTING FOR THIS MEASURE DOES NOT INCREASE TAXES.

    Measure B Transportation Program Financing -- County of Santa Clara (Majority Approval Required)
    224,234 / 74.3% Yes votes ...... 77,758 / 25.7% No votes
    TO EASE TRAFFIC CONGESTION AND MAKE CRITICAL ROAD REPAIRS, WITHOUT RAISING ANY NEW TAXES, shall Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority Ordinance 11.02.01, allocating the future State Transportation Improvement Program and discretionary federal funds identified in the August, 2000 Valley Transportation Plan 2020 Expenditure Plan TO IMPROVE THE COUNTY'S HIGHEST PRIORITY HIGHWAYS, EXPRESSWAYS, BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN FACILITIES AND LOCAL STREET AND ROAD REPAIRS, with transit improvements still funded through VTA's half-cent sales tax approved in November 2000, be adopted?

    Measure C Occupancy Tax -- City of Morgan Hill (Majority Approval Required)
    4,875 / 73.7% Yes votes ...... 1,743 / 26.3% No votes
    Shall Ordinance 1580, New Series, be adopted to authorize the City to continue to impose the Transient Occupancy Tax at the current rate of 10% of the room rate?

    Measure D Library and Community Center Facilities -- City of Palo Alto (Bond Issue - 2/3 Approval Required)
    12,557 / 61.5% Yes votes ...... 7,859 / 38.5% No votes
    To improve library and community services for children by expanding Children's Library to provide needed space and safety repairs; rebuilding and expanding the Mitchell Park Library and Community Center for all community users; and, to meet current health and safety codes by making plumbing, heating, ventilation, and lighting system upgrades to 50-year-old systems in all three facilities, shall the City of Palo Alto issue $49.1 million in bonds, subject to independent citizen oversight and annual audits?

    Measure E School Construction -- City of San Jose (Majority Approval Required)
    87,460 / 62.9% Yes votes ...... 51,557 / 37.1% No votes
    To reduce classroom shortage, shall the City of San Josť be authorized to lease a portion of Ramblewood Park to Franklin-McKinley School District for any legally allowed term, but not less than 40 years, to allow construction of a new school on 0.56 acres, accomodating approximately 450 students, and to allow the District to use the park for school-related recreational uses, if the District's study identifies Ramblewood Park as the most feasible site?

    Measure F Convention Center -- City of San Jose (Special Tax - 2/3 Approval Required)
    94,896 / 65.0% Yes votes ...... 51,064 / 35.0% No votes
    To provide the ability to create jobs, attract business and serve as a citywide emergency disaster shelter by improving safety, security and future expansion of the San Jose Convention Center, shall the City be authorized to increase the transient occupancy tax (hotel levy), by 4%, paid only by hotel guests and visitors, with no increase in local property taxes, a citizens oversight committee, and guaranteed annual financial audits?

    Measure G School Bond -- Cambrian School District (55% Approval Required)
    5,342 / 73.8% Yes votes ...... 1,901 / 26.2% No votes
    Shall Cambrian Elementary School District repair 40-year old local schools, improve student safety conditions, upgrade wiring for technology and safety standards, install energy efficient heating/cooling systems, replace aging plumbing, fix leaky roofs/bathrooms, repair, construct, acquire, equip libraries, classrooms, and current sites, qualify for State matching funds, by issuing $20,975,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, appoint a Citizens Oversight Committee and perform audits to ensure no bond money is used for administrators' salaries?

    Measure H Parcel Tax -- Los Altos School District (Parcel Tax - 2/3 Approval Required)
    11,384 / 70.7% Yes votes ...... 4,710 / 29.3% No votes
    To hire, train, retain teachers, provide competitive teacher salaries, fund school libraries, purchase textbooks, preserve science classes/modern labs, maintain neighborhood schools and small class size, protect junior high electives like music, foreign language, computer classes, and balance the educational program, shall Los Altos School District increase its existing parcel tax and annual appropriations limit by $333/parcel beginning July 1, 2003, with independent citizens' oversight of expenditures and exemptions for parcels owned/occupied by person 65 years/older?

    Measure I School Bond -- Gilroy Unified School District (School Bond - 55% Approval Required)
    5,795 / 62.7% Yes votes ...... 3,441 / 37.3% No votes
    To make schools safe, relieve overcrowding, and qualify for State matching funds, shall Gilroy Unified School District repair and renovate local schools, including: upgrade deteriorated plumbing and bathrooms; repair aging roofs; install energy efficient heating/cooling; replace portables with permanent classrooms; increase electrical capacity; construct, acquire, and improve classrooms and schools, including Phase 1 of a new high school; by issuing $69,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, with citizen oversight and no money for staff salaries?

    Measure J Parcel Tax -- East Side Union High School District (Parcel Tax - 2/3 Approval Required)
    39,781 / 58.9% Yes votes ...... 27,715 / 41.1% No votes
    To train staff and students to use technology, attract and retain quality credentialed teachers and increase student safety at Andrew Hill, Evergreen Valley, Foothill, Independence, James Lick, Mt. Pleasant, Oak Grove, Piedmont Hills, Santa Teresa, Silver Creek, Overfelt and Yerba Buena, shall the East Side Union High School District levy an annual tax of $49.75 per parcel (4.15 per month) while providing a senior citizen exemption, no money is used for administrative salaries and a citizens' oversight committee is established?


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