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November 4, 2003 Election

City | Special District | Local Measures
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Polling Location on November 4, 7am - 8pm
Mailed Ballot Precinct.
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Precinct 222095
Ballot Type 4
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    City Council Member; City of Santa BarbaraClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Helene Schneider
      8597 votes
    • Das Williams
      8169 votes
    • Brian B. Barnwell
      7955 votes
    • Babatunde Folayemi
      6933 votes
    • Scott Burns
      6622 votes
    • Michael Magne
      6557 votes
    • Charles "Carlos" Quintero
      1337 votes
    • Bob Hansen
      1011 votes
    • Robert B. Cawley
      721 votes

    Local Measures

    Measure Q2003 Parcel Tax -- Hope School District (2/3 Approval Required)
    2313 / 60.5% Yes votes ...... 1510 / 39.5% No votes
    To guarantee reliable funding, improve educational programs, keep small class sizes, provide updated classroom textbooks and supplies, maintain programs that aid students with reading, and continue providing a quality education so our community will remain a great place to live, shall the Hope School District be authorized to implement an instructional parcel tax of $58 per year per parcel for a term not to exceed four years, with an exemption for eligible senior citizens?

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