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updated: Tue Nov 7 23:00:31 2000

Citrus election news
  • Activist Warren sails past Cooper
  • Council incumbents out; new mayor in
  • Schultz wins, will serve a final term ending in 2004
  • Hickey wins Citrus superintendent race
  • Bush is easy winner in the schoolhouse
  • Eager voters met with long lines
  • Candidate bounces out of hospital to ply voters
  • Citrus County election results
    Name Party Total Votes Cast % of Vote
    PROPERTY APPRAISER
    Ron Schultz R 31494 0.00%
    John Barnes D 24103 43.35%
    (with of precincts reporting)
    TAX COLLECTOR
    Janice Warren R 32282 58.49%
    Lee Cooper D 22906 41.51%
    (with of precincts reporting)
    SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
    Julian "Pete" Kelly II R 24581 44.12%
    David Hickey D 25647 46.04%
    Ansel Briggs No party 5483 9.84%
    (with of precincts reporting)
    COUNTY COMMISSIONER - District 1
    Roger Batchelor R 32631 60.45%
    Bruce Van Vlack D 21350 39.55%
    (with of precincts reporting)
    COUNTY COMMISSIONER - District 3
    Vicki Phillips R 35381 65.33%
    Zoe McLendon D 18773 34.67%
    (with of precincts reporting)
    COUNTY COMMISSIONER - District 5
    Millie King R 22518 41.27%
    Josh Wooten D 32041 58.73%
    (with of precincts reporting)
    BEVERLY HILLS MUNICIPAL SERVICES
    REFERENDUM
    Regarding establishment of a municipal service benefit unit (MSBU) that could charge
    Yes to approve 3211 62.17%
    No to reject 1954 37.83%
    (with of precincts reporting)
    CRYSTAL RIVER CITY ELECTIONS
    MAYOR
    Ron Kitchen 742 50.17%
    Sydney Kennedy 737 49.83%
    (with of precincts reporting)
    CRYSTAL RIVER CITY COUNCIL - Seat 2
    Alex Ilnyckyj 471 32.46%
    Bonnie Taylor 980 67.54%
    (with of precincts reporting)
    CRYSTAL RIVER CITY COUNCIL - Seat 4
    Paula Wheeler 661 45.84%
    Russell Kreager 781 54.16%
    (with of precincts reporting)
    CRYSTAL RIVER CITY CHARTER AMENDMENTS
    Amendment 1
    City Council chairperson serving in mayor's absence has no veto power.
    Yes to approve 940 69.63%
    No to reject 410 30.37%
    (with of precincts reporting)
    Amendment 2
    Requires City Council to adopt an ordinance on city's purchasing policies and imposes limits on how much city manager can spend without council approval.
    Yes to approve 1045 77.29%
    No to reject 307 22.71%
    (with of precincts reporting)
    Amendment 3
    Council and Mayor salaries will be set by ordinance, not resolution.
    Yes to approve 1015 74.85%
    No to reject 341 25.15%
    (with of precincts reporting)
    Amendment 4
    Mayor no longer must deliver annual state of city message to council and public.
    Yes to approve 537 40.59%
    No to reject
    786
    59.41%
    (with of precincts reporting)
    Amendment 5
    Council will pass an ordinance defining standards of conduct for council members and disciplinary action against them. Either the mayor or city manager would have the authority to call a special council meeting to address such questions.
    Yes to approve 1062 78.38%
    No to reject 293 21.62%
    (with of precincts reporting)
    Amendment 6
    Provides specific timetables for a charter review committee to be formed and report to council, as well as clarifying methods for selecting committee members.
    Yes to approve 1038 77.64%
    No to reject 299 22.36%
    (with of precincts reporting)
    Amendment 7
    Sets four-year terms of office for council members and mayor, and implements a schedule for elections being held every two years.
    Yes to approve 806 57.61%
    No to reject 593 42.39%
    (with of precincts reporting)

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