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Sacramento, San Joaquin County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
United States Representative; District 11 Voter Information

Results as of Dec 5 1:02pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (599/599)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Richard W. Pombo 120,635 votes 57.9%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Rancher
Tom Y. Santos 79,539 votes 38.1%
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Independent Businessman
  • 1998 Democratic Candidate for Board of Equalization, Dist. 2
  • Bachelor's in Business Administration, Santa Clara University - 1978
  • Bachelor's in Accounting, University of Nevada, Las Vegas - 1984
  • Social Security and Medicare
  • Education
  • Taxes
Kathryn A. Russow 5,036 votes 2.4%
  • Party: Libertarian
  • Occupation: Office Assistant
  • Phone: 209-472-9368; Addr: 1962 Pontelli Court, Stockton, CA 95207; Email:
Jon A. Kurey 3,397 votes 1.6%
  • Party: Natural Law
  • Occupation: Registered Nurse

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