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Contra Costa, Alameda County, CA November 7, 2006 Election
Director; East Bay Municipal Utility District; Ward 3 Voter Information

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Results as of Dec 4 7:35am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (217/217)
(1,029 Total Write-In Votes 2.2%)
  Includes 116/116 Precincts in Contra Costa County as of Dec 4 7:35am
  Includes 101/101 Precincts in Alameda County as of Dec 4 5:41pm
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Katy Foulkes Click here for more information about this candidate 45,267 votes 97.8%
   16,558 votes (97.94%) in Contra Costa County
   28,709 votes (97.7%) in Alameda County

  • Occupation: Boardmember, EBMUD
  • Piedmont City Council, 8 yrs (Mayor 2)
  • Cal graduate.
  • State Board, Assn. of Calif. Water Agencies
  • VP, Freeport Regional Water Authority
  • 34 yr. member, LWV (2 terms, President of Piedmont League)
  • Securing additional water for drought protection
  • Managing our resources (watershed, etc) in an environmentally resposible way
  • Limiting rate increases to cost-of-living

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