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San Luis Obispo County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Councilmember; City of Atascadero Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Nov 29 2:31pm
76.6% Voter Turnout (11641/15190)
Candidates (Vote for 3)
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George W Luna 6222 votes 22.14%

  • Occupation: Mathematics Professor, Cal Poly
  • Atascadero Councilman for 8 years
  • President of SLO Integrated Waste Mg. Authority
  • Atascadero Planning Commission, 4 years
  • Chairman, Atascadero Planning Comm., 2 years
  • North County Homeless Coalition Member
  • Atascadero Finance Committee, 8 years
  • Continue to support SMART growth that brings good jobs, protects property values, and does not come at the expense of the environment..
  • Follow through on the downtown revitalization plan and Mainstreet program.
  • Bring integrity and trust to our government by serving the interests of all the citizens of Atascadero, not the interests of land speculators..
Wendy Scalise 4951 votes 17.62%
  • Occupation: Business owner/Councilmember
  • Member, Atascadero City Council since 1999
  • 17-year resident of Atascadero
  • Chair, Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center
  • County Civil Service Commissioner, District 5
  • Board member, San Luis Obispo County Red Cross
  • Board member, Economic Opportunity Commission
  • Funding for road repair and a new Youth/Community Center
  • Renovation of the Carlton Hotel and an active "Main Street" program
  • Full support for Atascadero's public safety agencies
Jerry L. Clay, Sr. 4951 votes 17.62%
  • Occupation: City Councilman
  • 30 Plus Years Coaching Youth
  • Retired State Younth Counselor
  • Retired Real Estate Agent
  • Repairing Roads
  • Revitalizing the Down Town Core
  • Youth Activities
David G. "Dave" Graham 4432 votes 15.77%
  • Occupation: Accountant/City Treasurer
  • Degree in Business Administration
  • Past President Atascadero Lions Club
  • Past President Calif. Society of Enrolled Agents
  • Former member Franchise Tax Advisory Board
  • 1ST Cavalry Division Viet Nam
  • Former Volunteer Fireman
  • Repair our neglected roads and drainage systems.
  • Build an economically viable downtown.
  • Protect our neighborhoods from nonconforming development.
Bonita Borgeson 3242 votes 11.54%
  • Occupation: Substitute Teacher
  • Atascadero City Council - 1986 1994
  • Mayor, one year
  • County Water Advisory Board
  • Downtown Revitalization Committee
  • General Plan Update Committee
  • Friends of the Library Board - 6 years
  • Avoid Sprawl -- Follow the General Plan
  • Acquire open space, parklands, recreation for youth
  • Support City/County Library Expansion
David P. Bentz 3166 votes 11.27%
  • Occupation: Retired from local govt/Business Consultant
  • Planning Commissioner
  • Assistant Scoutmaster
  • Church Board Member
  • President of Non-Profit Entity serving autistic individuals
  • Owner of Business Consulting Company
  • Find funding for the $26,000,000 needed for road repairs
  • Continue with the new beginning - Carlton Hotel - Main St. Program, General Plan review and update
  • Job creation to balance the city's economy
Ann Ketcherside 1091 votes 3.88%
  • Occupation: Roofer
  • 29 year Atascadero resident
  • Mother of four & grandparent
  • Past Vice President of Concerned Parents
  • 12 years Republican Women
  • 17 years active in political campaigns
  • Active in Citizens for Excellence in Education
  • Protect Property Owners' Rights
  • Youth Center
  • Build Downtown

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