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San Diego County, CA November 8, 2005 Election
Mayor; City of San Diego Voter Information

Term Ending December 2008.

Results as of Jan 28 2:44pm
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Jerry Sanders Click here for more information about this candidate 176893 votes 53.77%

  • Occupation: Businessman/Retired Police Chief
  • CEO of the United Way of San Diego County
  • Board Member, American Red Cross San Diego and Imperial Counties
  • National Red Cross Board of Governors
  • City Management Reform and Efficiency
  • Saving the City Pension Fund
  • Increasing City Revenues
Donna "Frye" Frye Click here for more information about this candidate 152105 votes 46.23%
  • Occupation: Councilmember/Business Owner
  • Small Business Owner
  • Chair, Government Efficiency and Openness Committee
  • Chair, San Diego River Conservancy
  • Beacon Award, California First Amendment Coalition, for efforts to limit the use of closed meetings by the council
  • Clean Water Hero, Outside Magazine
  • Bachelor of Business
  • Fix the Pension Mess
  • Make Government Open, Honest and Effective
  • Improve the Quality of Life for All San Diegans

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