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Santa Clara County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Council Member; City of Morgan Hill Voter Information

Results as of Dec 5 2:50pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (25/25)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Hedy Chang 6,963 votes 37.9%

  • Occupation: Property Manager (M.S. University of Illinois)
  • 1996-Present Member, Morgan Hill City Council
  • 1994-96 Board Member, Morgan Hill School District
  • 1994 Morgan Hill Woman of the Year
  • 1992 Volunteer of the Year, American Coalition of School Administrators of Santa Clara County
  • 1991/92 Volunteer of the Year, American Heart Association,
  • Married 30 years, two sons (22, 19) one daughter (14), 21-year resident of Morgan Hill
  • Maintain a rural atmosphere
  • Relieve traffic congestion
  • Re-establish vital medical service
Larry Carr 5,745 votes 31.3%
  • Occupation: Education Director/Trustee
  • Husband and father
  • Board of Education, Morgan Hill Unified School District
  • 24 year resident of Morgan Hill
  • Director of Education & Workforce Preparedness, Silicon Valley Manufacturing Group
  • Help support local schools and build desperately needed new facilities
  • Protect our hillsides and support common-sense growth control
  • Manage neighborhood traffic congestion while pursuing regional solutions to over-crowded roads
Cynthia J. Cook 5,655 votes 30.8%
  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • Present City Council Member ( elected 1996), past Mayor pro-tem
  • Former Planning Commissioner, 1992-1996
  • Past Vice- Pesident of CORD, organization that put the growth control ordinance (Measure P) on the ballot
  • 11 year resident of Morgan Hill
  • married 27 years, one daughter age 17
  • environmental scientist/consultant
  • Continue to improve traffic conditions within the city, give road projects a top prioirity in city capital expenditure program.
  • Continue to enforce Measure P (residential growth control ordinance), plan open space areas and accomodate reasonable business/commercial growth
  • Build community recreation facilities as outlined in the RDA ammendment

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