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Santa Clara County, CA June 5, 2012 Election
Council Member; City of San Jose; Council District 2 Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Jul 3 3:58pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (41/41)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Ash Kalra 6,671 votes 53.03%

    Official Ballot Statement

  • Occupation: Incumbent
Tim Murphy Click here for more information about this candidate 5,909 votes 46.97%

    Official Ballot Statement

  • Occupation: Engineer
  • B.S. Physics
  • M.S. Biomedical Engineering
  • Hudson (OH) Zoning Commission - 6 yrs
  • Hudson (OH) City Council - 5 yrs twice elected
  • 1994 Hudson Meger Commission
  • Cuyahoga Valley Communities Council
  • Pension reform
  • Community safety
  • Street maintenance

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The League of Women Voters of San Jose/Santa Clara has asked all candidates for this office to respond to 3 questions on Experience, Important Concerns, and Balancing Interests.

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