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Brown, Pentin win seats on City Council

Original post made on Nov 7, 2012

Karla Brown and Jerry Pentin won election to Pleasanton City Council handily, with Brown garnering 8,919 votes -- about 37% -- and Pentin winning with 7,577 votes -- about 31.5% as of late Tuesday night. Erlene Demarcus received 4,436 votes, nearly 18.5%, while Mike Harris, who dropped out of the race in September, pulled in nearly 13%, receiving 3,522 votes.

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Posted by No to Shills
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Nov 7, 2012 at 9:13 am

PW, you are leaving out some important facts. Not only did Erlene DeMarcus accept campaign contributions from a developer (developers?), she is a PAID CONSULTANT for the Lin family, the Hong Kong land barons that are a perpetual pain-in-the-a** for Pleasanton. Thank goodness we won't have this developer's shill on the Council and we won't have the union's shill Cook-Kallio as Mayor. Unfortunately, we still have Cook-Kallio on the Council.

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Posted by Robert
a resident of Downtown
on Nov 7, 2012 at 10:24 am

Maybe now that annoying Jan Batchlor will remove the 15 yard signs in her yard. The are so many it looks so ridiculous that it is a spectacle.

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Posted by Gary Schwaegerle
a resident of Downtown
on Nov 7, 2012 at 11:38 am

Gary Schwaegerle is a registered user.

Wow interesting comments. Congratulations to the winners! We are All Winners living in our Beautiful Community. Lets keep up the good work, Gary Schwaegerle & Family

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