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Monterey County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
Councilmember; City of Salinas; District 1 Voter Information

Unexpired Short Term.

Results as of Dec 6 2:34am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (4/4)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Sergio Sanchez 1198 votes 60.2%

  • Occupation: Organizing Director
  • Recipient, Ralph Atkinson Award 2001
  • Commissioner, Monterey County Equal Opportunity Advisory Commission
  • Member, Monterey County Redistricting Committee (District 1)
  • Member, City of Salinas Redistricting Committee (District 1)
  • Member, Salinas Union High School Redistricting Committee (Area 3)
  • Member, Salinas City Elementary Redistricting Task Force
  • Affordable & Inclusionary Housing
  • Crime & Youth Violence
  • Community Programs, Services & Facilities for Youth & Seniors
Ken Muscutt 791 votes 39.7%
  • Occupation: Appointed Incumbent

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Candidate's Forum

  • On Wednesday, October 30th at Alisal High School library, located at 777 Williams Road in Salinas. Starts at 6:30. Coffee and tea to be provided. Public gets to ask questions. Forum will be moderated by the League of Women Voters of the Salinas Valley.
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