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Election results

By Times staff reports

© St. Petersburg Times, published March 28, 2001


All vote counts are unofficial.

MAYOR
Rick Baker 27,841 56.55%
Kathleen Ford 21,390 43.45%
CITY COUNCIL
District 1
Dennis Homol Sr. 9,099 24.04%
Richard D. Kriseman 28,751 75.96%
District 2
John Bryan 22,792 57.54%
Craig Patrick 16,822 42.46%
District 4
Virginia Littrell 20,508 50.76
District 5
Robert Eschenfelder 10,962 28.47
District 6
Chimurenga Waller 8,844 21.75%
Earnest Williams 31,813 78.25%
CHARTER AMENDMENTS
Amendment 1
Yes 36,334 80.85%
No 8,606 19.15%
Amendment 2
No 24,168 53.51
Amendment 3
Yes 22,526 50.13%
No 22,405 49.87%
Amendment 4
Yes 25,135 57 64%
No 18,469 42.36%
Amendment 5
Yes 32,736 73.32%
No 11,911 26.68%
Amendment 6
Yes 33,417 74.91%
No 11,190 25.09%
Amendment 7
Yes 23,395 52.72%
No 20,982 47.28%
Amendment 8
Yes 30,412 69.97%
No 13,052 30.03%
Amendment 9
Yes 28,048 64.74%
No 15,279 35.26%
Amendment 10
Yes 35,564 83.55%
No 7,002 16.45%
REFERENDUMS
Question 1
No 8,467 20.15
Question 2
Yes 30,109 72.16%
No 11,614 27.84%

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