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Santa Barbara County, CA November 6, 2001 Election
Mayor; City of Santa Barbara Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Nov 16 11:16am, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting (80/80)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Councilmember Marty Blum 5280 votes 29.55%

  • Occupation: Councilmember/Teacher/Attorney
  • City Councilmember 1996-present
  • City Planning Commissioner 1990-1995
  • President, Santa Barbara Teachers Association 1999-2001
  • Past President League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara
  • Founding Board of Womens Political Committee
  • Soroptimist Woman of the Year, 1997
  • Balanced, Long-Term Planning
  • Environmental Protection
  • Public Safety
Gilbert "Gil" Garcia 4772 votes 26.70%
  • Occupation: Councilmember/Architect
Bruce A. Rittenhouse 4206 votes 23.54%
  • Occupation: Businessman/Community Organizer
Elinor G.A. "Elly" Langer 3197 votes 17.89%
  • Occupation: Community Volunteer
  • Santa Barbara City Councilmember 1991-99
  • City Planning Commissioner 1985-91
  • Co-Chair Measure B "Clean Creeks"
  • Enhancing housing opportunities for local residents
  • Solving neighborhood issues
  • Restoring our quality of life
Bill Hackett 146 votes 0.82%
William Brian Jennings 134 votes 0.75%
  • Occupation: Independent Fraud Investigator
  • Extensive academic and trade technical schools. John Hancock College and Weber State University. Newbedford Vocational and Lewiston Auburn Trade Tech.
  • Retired at "50" as a result of job related injuries from a moderatly successful career as an independant entrepenuer involving every thing from retail
  • stores,income property,as well as ten years as a Stone Master,in the Palm Springs area.Leaving behind a legacy of work such as the (Then) Gene Autry
  • Hotel, and Sun Productions Studio. For the last twenty years I have pursued the roll of political activist. Representing Individual victims of
  • unfair treatment by large coporations as well as uncaring actions of Leadership Governments.Unable to affect change here,I decided to run for Mayor
  • and recreate a Servant Government.Eliminating unfair treatment of is Citizens and Tax Payers.
  • To recreate a Constitutionally correct Servant Government,by first running as a Servant Government Mayoral Candidate.
  • You do not fix the Living Wage Problems that face the community by paying more tax dollars to Government Workers.You lower the living Wage by lowering
  • the cost of housing.You lower the cost of housing,by lowering the property tax,to every one!Then require landlords to reflect that in rent reduction!
Ken Heimbaugh 62 votes 0.35%
  • Occupation: Freelance Writer

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