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San Joaquin County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
Council Member; City of Stockton; Council District 3 Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Dec 6 2:34am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (190/190)
(185 Writein Votes 0.5%)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Leslie Baranco Martin 26,807 votes 65.6%

  • Occupation: Councilmember for City of Stockton, District 3
  • Occupation: Deputy District Attorney/Prosecutor for Code Enforcement
  • Education: J. D., Hastings College of the Law, University of California
  • Education: B.S., Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, U C Berkeley College of Engineering
  • Boards: Mary Graham Shelter, San Joaquin County Bar Foundation, Jack and Jill of America, Inc.,
  • Previous posts include Chairperson of Community Improvement Committee, Women Lawyers committee
  • Improve Public Safety by doing more to fight crime at the neighborhood level through preventative measures
  • Improve services for our youth so that they may feel connected to their city and look forward to their future here
  • Reduce traffic congestion
Gregory Benigno 13,867 votes 33.9%
(This candidate has not responded to Smart Voter.)
  • Occupation: Business Owner/Agent

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