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San Diego County, CA November 4, 2008 Election
Director; South Bay Irrigation District; Division 3 Voter Information

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Results as of Jan 24 10:40am
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Jose Preciado Click here for more information about this candidate 4189 votes 55.85%

  • Occupation: University Administrator
  • Provide a stable water supply for the lowest possible price
  • Improve water quality and safety for all Chula Vistans
  • Promote water conservation and provide incentive for rate-payers
James C. "Jim" Alkire Click here for more information about this candidate 3311 votes 44.15%
  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • Master of Business Administration
  • CDR, USN (retired)
  • Past president, South Bay Irrigation District
  • Vice-chairman, Sweetwater Authority
  • I will continue to champion quality water at a reasonable price.
  • I will continue to advocate the increase of local supplies of water instead of importing from Northern CA and the Colorado River.
  • I will continue to serve the interests of the residents of Division Three.

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