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Riverside County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
Council Member; City of La Quinta Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of November 20 4:47pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (16/16)
(32 Writein Votes 0.27%)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Terry B. Henderson 3,737 votes 31.41%

  • Occupation: Incumbent
Ron Perkins 3,395 votes 28.54%
  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • Retired Assistant Chief of Police - Culver City, CA
  • 3 Term Mayor and Councilman - Culver City, CA
  • 2 Term Councilman - La Quinta, CA
  • Trustee, Cochella Valley Mosquito Abatement District
  • Member, Cochella Valley Association of Governments' Safety Committee
  • Member, Cochella Valley Association of G overnments' Transportation Committee
  • Public Safety
  • Preserving our quality of life
  • Controlled growth
Robert "Bob" Alcala 2,758 votes 23.18%
  • Occupation: Retired Technical Engineer
  • President of "the friends of the la quinta senior center"
  • 26 years with ibm, fixed computers
  • belong to ibm's quarter century club
  • 12.5 years with the usaf
  • safety: keeping the fire department and police department fully staffed
  • growth: controlled and well planned
  • unification: treating pga west, the cove and no. la quinta as one cohesive community
Loren L. McGuire 2,007 votes 16.87%
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