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November 6, 2001 Election

County Results as of Nov 21 9:55am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (39/39)

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Precinct 76093
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    Mayor; City of Richmond

    Member, City Council; City of Richmond (3 Elected)

    Member, City Council; City of Richmond; Unexpired Short Term

    • Charles H. Belcher
      7,383 votes 56.9%
    • Lynn J. Wade
      5,593 votes 43.1%


    Director; West County Wastewater District (3 Elected)

    Local Measures

    Measure L Election Dates for Mayor and Council -- City of Richmond (Charter Amendment)
    6,000 / 48.4% Yes votes ...... 6,402 / 51.6% No votes
    Shall Section 3 of Article III and Section 3 of Article III-A of the Charter of the City of Richmond be amended to change the election dates for the Mayor and Councilmembers from November in odd-numbered years to November in even-numbered years commencing in November, 2004, and increasing by one year the terms of the Mayor and City Councilmembers who are in office after the November, 2001 election?

    Measure M Library -- City of Richmond (Tax Measure)
    6,163 / 48.5% Yes votes ...... 6,538 / 51.5% No votes
    Shall the ordinance levying an annual parcel tax of (1) $19.80 for single-family residential dwelling units, (2) $19.80 for the first unit and $14.85 for each unit thereafter for multiple-family residential dwelling units, and (3) S39.60 for non-residential parcels, which will be levied in each of eight consecutive fiscal years in order to provide additional funds for the maintenance and operations of the Richmond Public Library, be adopted?

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