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California County Election Results

November 06, 1986|Alma Cook

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY

Supervisor

District 2

Tom Rogers 14,087 Michael Stoker, i. 9,823

Guadalupe City Council (2 Elected)

Renaldo Pili 252 Gloria L. Parlanti 219 Johnny C. Sherrell 205 Virginia Mora Brady 183 Ann H. Cameron 96 Mary McCormick, i. 61

Lompoc Mayor

Marvin Loney 3,721 George Bedford 3,716

City Council (2 Elected)

E.C. Stevens 4,140 Jim Smith 3,802 Barbara McAhren 2,349 Marilyn Ledford 1,946 Adolphus Ward 1,215 William Blackford 956

Santa Maria Mayor

George S. Hobbs, i. 6,371 Elaine Hale 4,389

City Council (2 Elected)

Curtis J. Tunnell, i. 6,759 Bob Orach 5,748 Donald J. Shaw 4,061

Solvang City Council (3 Elected)

Kenneth L. Verkler 965 June S. Christensen 816 Fillmore Condit 517 Thomas G. Nielsen, i. 446 Stewart Mee, i. 412 Frances Ann Birkholm 330 Frank S. Galpin 310 Leslie Wilkes, i. 247 Terre W. Casagrande 221 Earl C. Petersen 108

Ballot Measures Santa Barbara County A--Proposition 4 Appropriations

Yes 66,555 No 28,472

City of Santa Barbara B--Rent Control

Yes 11,470 No 15,895

C--Mayor and City Council

Compensation

Yes 14,997 No 11,527

D--County Bowl Use

Yes 27,274 No 5,213

Goleta Water District E--Water Rights Retention

Yes 7,659 No 9,767

F--Campaign Contributions

Yes 14,229 No 7,237

Solvang G--Proposition 4 Appropriations

Yes 1,049 No 390

Guadalupe H--Appoint City Treasurer

Yes 219 No 304

Cuyama Unified School District (Shared with Ventura County) I--Recall of Robert Rawson

Yes 162 No 212

If Recall Prevails, Elect

Ruth E. Parker 154 Ronald C. Lamberth 131 Ken E. Hahn 42

J--Recall of Terri A. Cox

Yes 155 No 214

If Recall Prevails, Elect

Donna Sanders 163 Robyn Reveley 122 Elmer Wayne Hawkins 27

K--Recall of Richard L. Russell

Yes 178 No 193

If Recall Prevails, Elect

Louise Draucker 182 Melvin Kirschenmann 156

L--Recall of Dale A. Jackson

Yes 165 No 197

If Recall Prevails, Elect

James A. Wegis 176 Bill Dykes 127 Ed Callaway 23

KEY i. designates incumbent

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