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El Dorado County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Board Member; Cameron Park Community Services District Voter Information

Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Glyn W. Scharf 2110 votes 22.4%

  • Occupation: Educator/Paramedic
  • Retired firefighter
  • Former elected Director of the Cameron Park CSD
  • Ensure that a community center for all to use is built
  • Unify Cameron Park's fragmented and unfriendy C C and R's
  • Establish an inviolate sphere of influence for Cameron Park and study the feasibilty of cityhood
Kenneth Cater 1817 votes 19.3%
  • Occupation: Parole Board, Dep. Commissioner
  • Former Director, CPCSD
  • El Dorado Co. Chief Probation Officer ('86-'98)
  • Chair, CPCSD CC&R Committee
  • Chair, CP Design Review Committee ('95-'98)
  • [former] Cameron Park FD Volunteer
  • BA Sociology
  • develop more sports fields and parks for youth
  • build a local community center
  • improve the esthetics of our neighborhoods
David M. Johnson 1777 votes 18.9%
  • Occupation: Attorney at Law
  • Cameron Park CSD Board President 1995
  • Cameron Park CSD Director 1994-96
  • Treasurer: Foothill Kiwanis; Foothills Future
  • ED County Bar Assoc. President 1992, 1998, 1999
  • BS Business Management
  • Prior director: M.O.R.E.
  • Build a community center in Cameron Park for activities for all ages
  • Development of more sports fields for our youth
  • Maintain proper level of fire and emergency services
Daniel Ramirez 1454 votes 15.4%
Leonard Salsbury 1403 votes 14.9%
Nathan Hill 825 votes 8.7%

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