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Humboldt County, CA November 4, 2003 Election
Board Member; McKinleyville Community Services District; 4 Year Term Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Nov 4 8:53pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (9/9)
27.0% Voter Turnout (2413/8929)
(16 Writein Votes 0.4%)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Paul Trepanier 1339 votes 32.8%

John W. Corbett 1263 votes 30.9%
Robert W. Johnson 855 votes 20.9%
DENNIS R. MAYO Click here for more information about this candidate 609 votes 14.9%
  • Occupation: RANCHER/Horse Breeder
  • LIFELONG RANCHER in Humboldt County, specializiing in horse training
  • Have worked on offshore drilling rigs, sawmills and the woods
  • 5th District Rep to the COASTAL COMMISSION
  • HUMBOLDT OPEN DOOR CLINIC - founding Member, Interim Director and long-time Board Member
  • McKinleyville CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Many years. Pony Express Committee for many years
  • Ardent ADVOCATE in Local, State and National Agencies for Horseback riders and public access to the beaches.
  • Stick to relevant District business - with absolute FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY
  • SENSIBLE DEVELOPMENT especially with regard to Drainage and Airport Expansion issues
  • Improve and retain QUALITY OF LIFE...Protect Coastal Access

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