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Marin County, CA March 2, 2004 Election
Supervisor; County of Marin; Supervisorial District 4 Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Mar 25 1:39pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (38/38)
(25 Writein Votes 0.2%)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Stephen H. Kinsey Click here for more information about this candidate 6474 votes 54.61%

  • Occupation: Marin County Supervisor
  • Marin County Farm Bureau "Friend of Agriculture" Award winner
  • Governor's Economic & Environmental Leadership Award winner
  • Ensuring the sustainability of Marin County - finding ways to live within our environment, not simply on top of it
  • Helping children and families by continuing to fund supplemental education and health care programs
  • Finding a transportation solution that makes sense
Dennis J. Rodoni Click here for more information about this candidate 4321 votes 36.45%
  • Occupation: Water Board Official
  • Small Business Owner
  • LAFCO Special Districts Representative
  • Olema Valley Association Vice President
  • West Marin Senior Services Award
  • Former Coastal Health Alliance President
  • Married, two grown daughters
  • Relieve congestion by restoring local & commuter bus services
  • Protect agriculture, open space, baylands and watersheds
  • Bring fiscal discipline to the County's budget
Louis Nuyens Click here for more information about this candidate 1032 votes 8.70%
  • Occupation: Information Systems Manager
  • Education: B.S., Electrical Engineering
  • Employment: California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform
  • Help bring Marin into the future while preserving its natural beauty and community character through sustainable planning practices
  • Efficient, flexible, cost-effective transportation solutions that lead to reduced traffic congestion
  • Improve the responsiveness, transparency, accessibility and accountability of Marin Count government.

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