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Alameda County, CA November 7, 2006 Election
Mayor; City of Alameda Voter Information

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Results as of Dec 4 5:41pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (52/52)
(54 Total Write-In Votes 0.2%)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Beverly J. Johnson 13,987 votes 60.4%

  • Occupation: Mayor of Alameda
Doug deHaan Click here for more information about this candidate 7,499 votes 32.4%
  • Occupation: Alameda City Councilmember
  • Production and Planning Superintendent, Alameda Naval Aviation Depot
  • Chief Operations Officer, Alameda Aerospace
  • Co-Founder, Alameda Business, Education, and Technology Consortium
  • University of San Francisco, BA
  • Graduate Studies, UC Berkeley
  • Encinal High School
  • Restoring the Economic Integrity of Alameda
  • Planning Growth to Retain Character and Values of Alameda
  • Insuring High Quality of Police, Fire, and Recreation Services
Kenneth Kahn 1,609 votes 7.0%
  • Occupation: Professional Clown

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