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Sonoma County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
Board Member; City of Santa Rosa High School District Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Dec 3 2:34am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (200/200)
(124 Writein Votes 0.1%)
Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Bill Carle 27,063 votes 23.2%

  • Occupation: Board Member, City of Santa Rosa High School District
  • B.A. 1977 Chico State; JD, Boalt Hall, UC Berkeley 1980; Parent of two High School students
  • Santa Rosa Charter Review Member 2002, Past Member, Citizen Involvement Task Force, City of Santa Rosa
  • Past President, Committee for Restoring Santa Rosa Creek
  • Past Board Member, American Red Cross, Polly Klass Foundation & Community Child Care Council (4C's)
  • Founding Member and First Chair, Sonoma County Ag Preservation and Open Space District Advisory Committee
  • Past Member, Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors & Executive Committee, Graduate Leadership Santa Rosa III
  • READING, READING, READING- Our most important task is making sure all students read, as this is the foundation of all education.
  • Teacher Recruitment and Retention-I sit on a new Committee working on this issue. It is critical we attract new teachers and keep this ones we have.
  • Career Pathways, as we need vocational training and meaningful educational programs for students choosing work, trade schools and the like, post grad
Frank Pugh 25,477 votes 21.9%
  • Occupation: Board Member, City of Santa Rosa High School District
  • Teacher - Santa Rosa Junior College
  • Member - Board of Directors, California School Boards Association
  • Past Member - Board of Managers NBL/CIF
  • Past Member - Executive Committee, Sonoma County Schools Trustee's Association
  • Member - CSBA Higher Education Remediation Task Force
  • Graduate - Leadership Santa Rosa
  • Maintain district-wide accountability and stability.
  • Ensure the recruitment and retention of competent teachers.
  • Provide our classrooms with textbooks, instructional materials and supplies that conform to new standards for English and mathematics.
Wally Lowry 22,720 votes 19.5%
  • Occupation: Teacher, C.P.A., Volunteer
  • Educator of the Year - Chamber of Commerce
  • Expertise in governmental fiscal operations
  • Civic, Cultural, Non-Profit Community Volunteer
  • Chair, Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
  • Chair, Santa Rosa Redevelopment Agency
  • Decorated U. S. Navy Captain
  • Fiscally preserve existing positive educational/support programs
  • Reading focus through training, materials, assistance, and evaluation
  • Meaningful diplomas via alternative pathway choices
Patricia Collis 20,813 votes 17.9%
(This candidate has not responded to SmartVoter.)
  • Occupation: Appointed Incumbent
Brenda Manos 20,338 votes 17.5%
  • Occupation: Retired Nurse, Parent, School and Community Volunteer
  • President of elementary, middle, and high school parent boards
  • President of elementary and high schol site councils
  • Parent member for the school accreditation team of Elsie Allen High School
  • Member of the Curriculum Committee at elementary, middle, and high school level
  • More vocational and technical pathways
  • Partnership of administrators, teachers, parents, students and the business community
  • Higher standards implemented in a logical, responsible, and timely fashion

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