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Stanislaus, Santa Clara County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
Member, Board of Trustees; Yosemite Community College District; Trustee Area 4 Voter Information

Results as of Dec 6 3:14am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (38/38)
  Includes 37/37 Precincts in Stanislaus County as of Dec 6 3:14am
  Includes 1/1 Precincts in Santa Clara County as of Nov 20 3:06pm
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Anne B. DeMartini 4,333 votes 60.0%
   4326 votes (60.0%) in Stanislaus County
   7 votes (36.8%) in Santa Clara County

  • Occupation: Educator
  • I have a B.A. in music education and a M. S. degree in education.
  • I have over 25 years teaching experience.
  • I am a member of the Modesto and Merced Symphony Orchestras.
  • I strongly support local law enforcement agencies and I want to repair the relationship between local law enforcement and our Community College.
  • I am completely opposed to using land on the MJC campus for building a strip mall. The land is for educational purposes. .
  • I will seek out and consider many points of view before making decisions as a Board Member. I'm opposed to the current policy limiting public debate.
Allister Allen 2,890 votes 40.0%
   2878 votes (40.0%) in Stanislaus County
   12 votes (63.2%) in Santa Clara County
  • Occupation: Farmer / Real Estate Broker
  • AS Degree from Modesto Junior College and BS Degree from U.C. Berkley in Agriculture Economics
  • Stanislaus County School Board Trustee
  • Patterson Planning Commissioner and Patterson City Council
  • Local Area Formation Commission
  • Assistant Fire Chief for Patterson and West Stanislaus Fire Departments
  • McHenery Museum and Stanislaus County Historical Society Board Member
  • High quality programs - to serve our students, whether their goal is vocational training, transfer or remedial education.
  • Workforce development - to provide a skilled workforce for local businesses and to help attract new businesses and, thus, economic development.
  • Quality learning environment - safe, clean, updated facilities and equipment/technology, good working conditions, fair pay for faculty and staff.

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Website: Yosemite Community College District

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10/8/02 Modesto Bee, Election connection
Allister Allen has activated a Smart Voter web site.

9/24/02 Modesto Bee, Election Connection
Anne DeMartini has posted a web page on Smart Voter.
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