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San Joaquin County, CA June 6, 2006 Election
City; City of Stockton; Council District 5 Voter Information

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Results as of Jun 30 4:15pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (30/30)
(6 Total Write-In Votes 0.2%)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Susan Talamantes Eggman Click here for more information about this candidate 1330 votes 42.4%

    Official Ballot Statement

  • Occupation: Social Work Educator
  • Mayor's Blue Ribbon Task Force on Crime
  • Supervise student intern at St. Marys Interfaith
  • Director MSW Program
  • Democratic Central Committee & Latina Democratic Club
  • Volunteer therapist at Latino Mental Health
  • Long time social worker and community activist
  • Reducing Crime
  • Investing in Housing and Neighborhoods
  • Ensuring an Open and Accountable Council
Beverly Foster Click here for more information about this candidate 1080 votes 34.5%

    Official Ballot Statement

  • Occupation: School Board Trustee
Ramiro Reyes 509 votes 16.2%
  • Occupation: Retired Businessman
Felicia A. Arafiles 209 votes 6.7%
  • Occupation: Business Woman

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