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San Diego County, CA November 4, 2008 Election
Director; Otay Water District; Division 5 Voter Information

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Results as of Jan 24 10:40am
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Mark Robak Click here for more information about this candidate 6305 votes 57.56%

  • Occupation: Otay Water District Member, Board of Directors
  • Elected to Otay Board in 2004
  • President, Water Conservation Garden
  • Small Business Owner
  • Former Board Member, Padre Dam Municipal Water District
  • Graduate, San Diego University, Lifetime Alumni
  • Water conservation
  • Keeping rates affordable
  • Increase recycled water use
Tim Stanton Click here for more information about this candidate 4649 votes 42.44%
  • Occupation: Water Engineering Manager
  • 15 years in Jamul
  • 13 years as water districts engineering manager
  • 6 years as Otay Water District Engrg Manager
  • Chair of San Diego County Regional Standards Committee
  • Professional Engineer in California
  • BSCE - UCLA, MSCE - California State University at LA
  • To be a Good Steward of YOUR Water District
  • To Work to Assure YOU have a Reliable Water Supply
  • To be YOUR watch dog to control costs

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