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Monterey County Ballot

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November 6, 2001 Election

County Results as of Nov 6 10:39pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (134/134)

Municipal | School Districts | Special Districts | Local Measures
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Polling Location on November 6, 7am - 8pm
Chualar School--Family Community
24285 Lincoln St Center
(Wheelchair accessible)
Precinct 31900006
Ballot Type 23
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  • School Districts

    Board Member; Hartnell Community College District; Trustee Area 6

    • John D. Martinez
      965 votes 51.0%
    • Dena M. Sala
      925 votes 48.9%

    Board Member; Chualar Union Elementary School District; Trustee Area 3 (2 Elected)

    • Elizabeth Flores-Ochoa
      69 votes 31.3%
    • Rosa Manriquez
      67 votes 30.4%
    • Jose C. Moreno
      44 votes 20.0%
    • Jesus M. Gutierrez
      40 votes 18.1%

    Board Member; Gonzales Unified School District; Unexpired Short Term

    Board Member; Gonzales Unified School District; Long Term (3 Elected)

    • Eva Rios
      619 votes 32.8%
    • Wendy Dodson
      484 votes 25.6%
    • Timothy M. Handley
      398 votes 21.1%
    • Pamela Verver Gibson
      385 votes 20.4%

    Local Measures

    Measure K Improvement of School Facilities -- Chualar Union School District (Bond Measure - 55% Approval Required)
    138 / 64.7% Yes votes ...... 75 / 35.2% No votes
    To improve the quality of education, shall the Chualar Union School District be authorized to construct and modernize school facilities and classrooms, install automatic fire alarm systems, complete asbestos abatement, modernize HVAC systems, upgrade restrooms and sewers, replace plumbing systems, upgrade electrical systems to accommodate access to computers and modern technology, and construct a multipurpose cafeteria room, by issuing $1,900,000 of bonds subject to accountability measures and at an interest rate below the legal limit?

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