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Sonoma County, CA November 2, 2004 Election
Board Member; Fort Ross Elementary School District Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Nov 19 4:09pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (1/1)
(2 Writein Votes 0.7%)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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William Seymour 216 votes 63.7%

  • Occupation: Appointed Incumbent
Marci Aileen Hoard Click here for more information about this candidate 123 votes 36.3%
  • Occupation: Security Officer
  • 13 years of parent volunteer work :classroom help, landscaping, organizing organic hot lunches, recycling program, fundraising, special fun events.
  • 3 years of officer work in the Fort Ross School Parents' Club: 1 year of community service as secretary, 3 years of parent volunteer as president.
  • AS-degree from Santa Rosa Junior College-Natural Sciences.
  • BA-degree from SSU-Environmental Studies and Planning.
  • Attendance at Fort Ross School Board Meetings: 2 years previously and now presently attending for this school year.
  • Currently forming a community volunteer club at the Russian River Charter High School in Forestville, my son's school.
  • Increasing board size to 5 from 3.
  • More environmental policies at school.
  • Encourage and support public participation.

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