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2016-06-06 Bill Clinton holds rally in Antioch to drum up support for Hillary Clinton Marsh Elementary School, Antioch
2. 2012-06-05 Fire tax measure losing in early returns East Contra Costa
3. 2010-06-09 Brentwood voters reject Measure F Brentwood
4. 2005-11-09 Expansion of urban boundaries approved Antioch
F. 2004-11-03 Mayor Donald P. Freitas reelected Antioch
G. 2004-11-03 Mayor Brian Swisher reelected Brentwood
H. 2002-11-05 Precinct showed 55 voters out of 450 Antioch

Fire tax measure losing in early returns
Bill Clinton holds rally in Antioch to drum up support for Hillary Clinton Map of Marsh Elementary School Antioch


year 2016 Top ^

Jun.6
  Former President Bill Clinton made a stop at Marsh Elementary School in Antioch where eager crowds greeted the former president


year 2012 Top ^

Jun.5
  Measure S, a 10-year parcel tax to save fire services in East Contra Costa County, was losing by a large margin



year 2010 Top ^

Jun.9
  A measure would have allowed developers to break a Contra Costa County urban growth boundary


year 2005 Top ^

Nov.9 Expansion of urban boundaries approved
  Antioch: 60% of the voters approved measure K, a plan to extend the city’s urban limit line by 1,000 acres


year 2004 Top ^

Nov.3 Mayor Donald P. Freitas reelected
  Antioch: Freitas received 57.8% and defeated his opponent, bank manager James D. Davis, who received 42.2%
Mayor Brian Swisher reelected
  Brentwood: Swisher received 80%, while his opponent, real estate broker Brian Sharp, received approximately 20%

year 2002 Top ^

Nov.5 Precinct showed 55 voters out of 450
  Antioch: The Secretary of State's office predicted that 58% of all voters would go to the polls




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