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Santa Clara County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
Council Member; City of San Jose; Council District 7 Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Nov 20 3:06pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (38/38)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Terrence O "Terry" Gregory 6,437 votes 60.6%

  • Occupation: Governing Board Member, Franklin-McKinley School District
  • President, Board of Directors, San Jose Conservation Corps
  • Board of Directors, Alum Rock Counseling Center
  • Educator, University of San Francisco & JFK University
  • Former President, Senter Creek Homeowners Association
  • Former Diversity Commissioner, City of San Jose
  • Board of Directors, Silicon Valley Boys & Girls Club
  • Strengthen Our Neighborhoods - Increase equity, more senior & youth centers, improved parks, community policing
  • Education - Improve childcare programs, more after school programs, build new libraries, help for classroom teachers
  • Economic Redevelopment - More Affordable housing, support for small business, Hire Local Workers for City Projects
Ed Voss 4,177 votes 39.4%
  • Occupation: Independent Businessowner/Father
  • 3 Term President, McLaughlin Corridor Neighborhood Association
  • Founding Board Member, Franklin-McKinley Education Foundation
  • Member, Strong Neighborhoods Initiative, Tully/Senter NAC
  • Santa Clara County Planning Commissioner (Chair 2001-2002)
  • Past Board Member, Rotary Club of San Josť North
  • Vietnam Veteran: Combat Medic, 23rd Infantry Division
  • Neighborhoods - Continue to work with every District 7 neighborhood to identify their individual needs and provide quality activities and services
  • Affordable Housing - We must think regionally and act in partnership with our neighboring cities to find creative ways to build affordable housing
  • Improving Local Schools and Providing Quality Education - I will work hard to insure the very best education opportunity for every child

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