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San Luis Obispo County, CA November 2, 2010 Election
Mayor; City of San Luis Obispo Voter Information

Results as of Nov 23 11:12am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (29/29)
57.5% Voter Turnout (15622/27168)
(42 Total Other Write-In Votes 0.27%)
Candidates (Vote for 1)

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Jan Marx Click here for more information about this candidate 6775 votes 43.37%

  • Occupation: SLO City Council Member
  • Elected to SLO City Council 1998-2002 & 2008-2012
  • SLO Planning Commission 1996-1998
  • Stanford (BA), Columbia (MA) & Santa Clara (JD)
  • Estate Planning Law firm owner and attorney 1993-2010
  • Nonprofit volunteer for Anti-Domestic Violence, Open Space preservation & Bike Path organizations
  • Married 43 years, two children and four lively grandsons
  • Craft a budget which reflects residents' priorities & maintains 20% reserve
  • Preserve and protect our Quality of Life in balance with stimulation of our local economy
  • Update the Land Use and Circulation Elements
Paul M. Brown Click here for more information about this candidate 6609 votes 42.31%
  • Occupation: Small Business Owner
  • City Councilman 2004-2008 (Vice-Mayor 2008)
  • Founder - Award winning restaurant - Mother's Tavern
  • Instructor - Grizzly Youth Academy
  • ARMY Military Police Sergeant
  • Lead Singer - Sugar Daddy Swing Kings / The Bangin' 58's
  • B.S. Agriculture Education - Cal Poly
  • Representing ALL city residents
  • Opportunities for workforce families to live in our city
  • Economic vitality and responsible stewardship of your tax dollars
Andrew C. Farrell Click here for more information about this candidate 1684 votes 10.78%
  • Occupation: Community Volunteer
  • Graduating Cal Poly Senior, B.S. International Management, Minor in International Relations
  • President, Interfraternity Council, Cal Poly
  • Voting Member, Student Community Liaison Committee
  • Genuine Community Building- active engagement, collaboration, and communication with every resident, no matter his/her age or history of residency.
  • Promoting a Vibrant Small Business Community- working to achieve the reputation of California's "business friendly" small town
  • Protecting Our Open Spaces- proactive protection of our signature landscapes for future residents and visitors alike
Donald E. "Don" Hedrick Click here for more information about this candidate 512 votes 3.28%
  • Occupation: Artisan
  • Treasurer of Ecconomic Opportunity Commission 1975
  • Grassroots II Board of Directors mid 70's
  • Graduate of Cal Poly University San Luis Obispo 1969
  • Operated welding service in same block for over thirty years
  • Neighborhood watch for more than the last decade
  • Created the Whale's Tail sculpture 35 years ago
  • Resist the take over of our town by outside big money developer special interests.
  • support our small businesses and encourage development of green businesses
  • Listen to and encourage citizen involvement with the decision making process.

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City of San Luis Obispo
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