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San Joaquin County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
City Council; City of Manteca Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Dec 5 4:09pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (32/32)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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David E. Macedo 7,405 votes 33.5%
(This candidate has not responded to Smart Voter.)

  • Occupation: Councilman
Willie W. Weatherford 6,595 votes 29.9%
  • Occupation: Retired Chief of Police
  • B.A. Degree, Cal State-Sacramento
  • F.B.I. National Academy
  • Chief of Police, City of Manteca
  • Chief of Police, City of Galt
  • City Manager, City of Galt
  • City Councilman, City of Manteca
  • Public Safety- To provide the best in Police and Fire Services.
  • Economic Development- To Balance the Jobs to Housing ratio.
  • Quality of Life Issues- Performing Arts Center, Completion of Woodward Park, Expansion of the Library, Work with the School District on joint issues.
Cecelia Drake 4,569 votes 20.7%
  • Occupation: Businesswoman/Newspaper Publisher
  • Co-owner of The Village Sandwich Shoppe in Downtown Manteca
  • Co-Publisher of the Valley Press/Scotts Valley Banner
  • City of Manteca Parks and Recreation Chairperson
  • City of Manteca Library Advisory Board
  • Vision 2020 Task Force Member
  • Manteca Boys and Girls Club Board of Director
  • Planned Growth that is responsible and compatible to our community
  • Reducing City government costs before asking Taxpayers for more of their hard earned dollars.
  • Promoting economic development.
James V. "Jim" Hoffmann, Jr. 3,505 votes 15.9%
  • Occupation: Social Studies Teacher
  • 14 Years in education
  • MS - Education ('90) Northern Illinois University
  • BA History/German ('86) Eastern Illinois University
  • Family Man with 2 girls (8 and 15 mos.)
  • Ensure family issues are a priority with council
  • Limit growth to a responsible level; build dwellings inclusive of all income groups
  • Encourage location of additional, desirable businesses downtown

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