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Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino Counties, CA November 7, 2000 Election
United States Representative; District 41 Voter Information

Results as of Dec 5 1:02pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (346/346)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Gary G. Miller 104,695 votes 59%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Member of Congress
Rodolfo G. Favila 66,361 votes 37.4%
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Retired Peace Officer
  • Former Mayor Pro Tem, City of Ontario
  • Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, Cal State Sacramento, Graduate 1973
  • Health and Safety Officer - California Youth Authority
  • Member of Kiwanis International - current member and past President, 1988-1989
  • Ontario Sister Cities - President 1992 - 1999
  • Health Care Reform
  • Education
  • Water & Transportation
David Kramer 6,560 votes 3.6%
  • Party: Natural Law
  • Occupation: Golf Course Manager
  • Phone: 909-597-1769; Addr: 15390 Feldspar Dr., Chino Hills, CA 91709; Email:

Basic candidate data supplied by the Secretary of State. Order of candidates is random and changes daily.
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