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2012-11-06 Richmond soda tax gets off to rough start Richmond
C. 2006-11-21 Mayor Concedes 2 Weeks After Election Richmond
D. 2004-03-12 Second Chance to Save Sports, Libraries West Contra Costa
E. 2003-12-03 School District puts tax measure on ballot West Contra Costa
F. 2001-11-07 Anderson elected as mayor Richmond

Early returns favor recall of mayor
Richmond soda tax gets off to rough start


year 2012 Top ^

Nov.6
  The hotly contested sugar-sweetened beverage tax was losing by a wide margin in early returns Tuesday, with 68 percent of voters saying no


year 2011 Top ^

Jun.7
  Hercules: Hercules voters appeared poised to recall Joanne Ward and City Councilman Donald Kuehne in a special election, after ballots were counted



year 2006 Top ^

Nov.21
  Richmond: Incumbent Irma Anderson conceded defeat to Gayle McLaughlin in the tight and closely-watched race


year 2004 Top ^

Mar.12 Second Chance to Save Sports, Libraries
  A second ballot measure may give voters another chance to save athletic programs and libraries at local schools


year 2003 Top ^

Dec.3 School District puts tax measure on ballot
  The West Contra Costa Unified School District wants to raise money for teaching materials and class-size reduction

year 2001 Top ^

Nov.7 Anderson elected as mayor
  Richmond: Councilwoman easily won a 4-way race for mayor





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