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Santa Monica Ca Elections 1994

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November 9, 1994 | NANCY HILL-HOLTZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Early returns from Santa Monica showed three City Council candidates endorsed by the police union leading in a race in which public safety was the central issue. Ahead in the early returns were incumbent Robert T. Holbrook, his slate mate, Deputy City Atty. Ruth Ebner and urban planner Pam O'Connor. O'Connor ran on a competing slate but, like Holbrook and Ebner, was backed by the police union. However, with much of the vote yet to be counted, the election was too close to call.
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November 9, 1994 | NANCY HILL-HOLTZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Early returns from Santa Monica showed three City Council candidates endorsed by the police union leading in a race in which public safety was the central issue. Ahead in the early returns were incumbent Robert T. Holbrook, his slate mate, Deputy City Atty. Ruth Ebner and urban planner Pam O'Connor. O'Connor ran on a competing slate but, like Holbrook and Ebner, was backed by the police union. However, with much of the vote yet to be counted, the election was too close to call.
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