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November 5, 2002 Election

County Results as of Nov 14 8:41am, 100% of Precincts Reporting (191/191)
54.8% Countywide Voter Turnout (84,593/154,137)

Statewide Results as of Nov 14 11:14am, 100% of Precincts Reporting (24726/24726)
48.5% Statewide Voter Turnout (7,424,799/15,303,469)

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Polling Location on November 5, 7am - 8pm
Salinas Rural Fire Station #2
24281 Washington St - Chualar
(Wheelchair accessible)
Precinct 31900004
Ballot Type 10
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  • State Executive

    Governor; State of California

    Lieutenant Governor; State of California

    Secretary of State; State of California

    State Controller; State of California

    State Treasurer; State of California

    Attorney General; State of California

    Insurance Commissioner; State of California

    State Superintendent of Public Instruction; State of California

    US Congress

    United States Representative; District 17

    • Sam Farr, Democratic
      92,415 votes 68%
    • Clint Engler, Republican
      36,996 votes 27.2%
    • Ray Glock-Grueneich, Green
      4,462 votes 3.2%
    • Jascha Lee, Libertarian
      2,196 votes 1.6%
    • Alan Shugart (Write-in)

    State Senate

    State Senator; District 12

    • Jeff Denham, Republican
      71,365 votes 48.4%
    • Rusty Areias, Democratic
      69,540 votes 47.1%
    • David Eaton, Libertarian
      6,680 votes 4.5%

    State Assembly

    Member; California State Assembly; District 28

    State Board of Equalization

    Member; California State Board of Equalization; District 1


    California State Supreme Court (Yes/No)

    California State Court of Appeal; District 6 (Yes/No)

    Judge of the Superior Court; County of Monterey; Office 10


    Sheriff/Coroner/Public Administrator; County of Monterey

    Assessor-County Clerk/Recorder; County of Monterey

    Special District

    Director; Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System (3 Elected)

    • Deborah Nelson
      21284 votes 29.1%
    • Harry D. Wardwell
      19631 votes 26.9%
    • Thomas D. Mill
      19141 votes 26.2%
    • Bonnie A. Sawyer
      12883 votes 17.6%

    State Propositions

    Proposition 46 Housing and Emergency Shelter Trust Fund Act of 2002
    3,895,071 / 57.5% Yes votes ...... 2,880,506 / 42.5% No votes
    Should the state create a trust fund by selling two billion one hundred million dollars ($2,100,000,000) in general obligation funds to fund twenty-one types of housing programs--including multifamily, individual and farmworker housing?

    Proposition 47 Kindergarten-University Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 2002
    4,044,743 / 59.0% Yes votes ...... 2,809,844 / 41.0% No votes
    Should the state sell thirteen billion fifty million dollars ($13,050,000,000) in general obligation bonds for construction and renovation of K-12 school facilities and higher education facilities?

    Proposition 48 Court Consolidation
    4,642,292 / 72.8% Yes votes ...... 1,735,074 / 27.2% No votes
    Should the California Constitution be amended to delete references to the municipal courts?

    Proposition 49 Before and After School Programs. State Grants
    3,857,409 / 56.6% Yes votes ...... 2,958,458 / 43.4% No votes
    Should funding for before and after school programs be substantially increased, and starting in 2004-05, should general funds be permanently earmarked for this program?

    Proposition 50 Water Quality, Supply and Safe Drinking Water Projects. Coastal Wetlands Purchase and Protection
    3,727,561 / 55.4% Yes votes ...... 3,006,792 / 44.6% No votes
    Should the state borrow three billion four hundred forty million dollars ($3,440,000,000) through the sale of general obligation bonds for a variety of water projects including coastal protection, the CALFED Bay-Delta Program, integrated regional water management, safe drinking water, and water quality?

    Proposition 51 Distribution of Existing Motor Vehicle Sales and Use Tax
    2,712,675 / 41.4% Yes votes ...... 3,839,788 / 58.6% No votes
    Should the sales and use taxes raised from the sale or lease of motor vehicles be permanently allocated to specific transportation projects?

    Proposition 52 Election Day Voter Registration
    2,745,473 / 40.6% Yes votes ...... 4,019,211 / 59.4% No votes
    Should legally eligible California residents presenting proof of current residence be allowed to register to vote on Election Day?

    Local Measures

    Measure H Hartnell College Repair and Safety Measure -- Hartnell Community College District (Bond issue)
    29740 / 65.7% Yes votes ...... 15464 / 34.2% No votes
    To prepare students for skilled jobs, four-year colleges, train nurses and public safety officers by:
    • Repairing leaking, decaying walls;
    • Upgrading fire safety;
    • Removing hazardous materials;
    • Upgrading wiring for computer technology;
    • Repairing, acquiring, constructing, equipping buildings, classrooms, libraries, sites, science/computer labs;

    Shall Hartnell Community College District issue $131,000,000 in bonds at legal rates with a Citizens Oversight Committee, annual performance and financial audits, with no money for administrators' salaries?

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