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Alameda, Contra Costa County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Director; San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District; District 3 Voter Information

Results as of Dec 5 10:02, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (257/257)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Roy Nakadegawa 71159 votes 79.8%

  • Occupation: Professional Transportation Engineer
  • Retired City Traffic Engineer
  • Incumbent BART Boardmember, Elected twice
  • Registered Engineer, CE #11,630 ; 1958
  • Former AC Transit Boardmember. Elected 6 times
  • Former Boardmember on State Board of Registration for Professional Engineer
  • President on Institute for Transportation of Amer. Public Works Assoc.
  • Resolve BART parking with balanced access reflecting equity & our environment
  • Work with communities for Sustainable Developments around BART stations
  • Spend BART funds based on need; Seismic Retrofit, system rehab before Extensions
Alan C. Johnson 17947 votes 20.1%
(This candidate has been invited to participate in Smart Voter but had not responded as of this date.)
  • Occupation: Retired Dispatcher

Basic candidate data supplied by the County elections official. Order of candidates is random and changes daily.

Candidate's Appearance

Monday, October 23, 8:50 PM
Hearing Room One, City Hall Oakland
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