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Santa Clara County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Mayor; City of Milpitas Voter Information

Results as of Dec 5 2:50pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (34/34)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Henry C. Manayan 9,077 votes 63.6%

  • Occupation: Mayor, City of Milpitas/Business Owner
  • Bachelor's Degree, Syracuse Univeristy, NY
  • Reader-in-Law, Oxford University, Great Britain
  • Juris Doctor, Santa Clara University, CA
  • Golden Gate University Graduate College of Banking & Finance, SF, CA
  • London Business School, Great Britain
  • Chairman, Transpacific @ Ventures Corporation
  • Transportation: Reduce congestion & increase alternative transportation modes
  • Housing: Provide more inventory to attract talent and build more affordable units.
  • Midtown: Revitalize and rebuild the City core to attract families and businesses.
Ed Riffle 5,189 votes 36.4%
  • Occupation: Milpitas Business Owner
  • Served on Santa Clara County Civil Grand Jury
  • Former President, Milpitas National Little League
  • Former President, National Candy Brokers Association
  • President, Riffle & Sons Candy & Food Brokers
  • Husband of Laura Riffle
  • Father of Edward, Larry, Kevin and Sean Riffle
  • Improvement of traffic flow on Milpitas city streets
  • Opposition of the Charter C ity proposal
  • Respect for the Amercian Flag and the freedom it represents

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