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Election results

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published November 9, 2000


All vote counts are unofficial.

BEVERLY HILLS MSBU

  • Yes 3,211 62.17%
  • No 1,954 37.83%

CITRUS COUNTY COMMISSIONER

District 1

  • Roger Batchelor (R) 32,631 60.45
  • Bruce Van Vlack (D) 21,350 39.55%

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District 3

  • Vicki Phillips (R) 35,381 65.33%
  • Zoe McLendon (D) 18,773 34.67%
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District 5

  • Millie King (R) 22,518 41.27%
  • Josh Wooten (D) 32,041 58.73%

TAX COLLECTOR

  • Janice Warren (R) 32,282 58.49
  • Lee Cooper (D) 22,906 41.51

SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS

  • Julian "Pete'' Kelly (R) 24,581 44.12%
  • David Hickey (D) 25,647 46.04
  • Ansel Briggs 5,483 9.84%

PROPERTY APPRAISER

  • Ron Schultz (R) 31,494 56.65%
  • John Barnes (D) 24,103 43.35%

CRYSTAL RIVER

Mayor

  • Ron Kitchen 742 50.17
  • Sidney Kennedy 737 49.83%

City Council

  • Alex Ilnyckyj 471 32.46%
  • Bonnie Taylor 980 67.54%
  • Paula Wheeler 661 45.84%
  • Russell Kreager 781 54.16%

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