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Election 2002 summary.

Byline: The Register-Guard

Following is a summary of recommendations The Register-Guard has made to voters for the May 21 primary election. The editors are fallible fal·li·ble  
1. Capable of making an error: Humans are only fallible.

2. Tending or likely to be erroneous: fallible hypotheses.
 human beings who stand an average chance of being wrong. However, these recommendations are made after sincere appraisals of the choices on the ballot. Where there are no contests, no recommendations are listed. The complete text of endorsement editorials published over the past several weeks is archived on The Register-Guard's website,


Nonpartisan non·par·ti·san  
Based on, influenced by, affiliated with, or supporting the interests or policies of no single political party: a nonpartisan commission; nonpartisan opinions.

Judge of the Court of Appeals, Position 1: David Schuman

Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor and Industries: Dan Gardner

Superintendent of Public Instruction: Susan Castillo Susan Castillo (born August 14 1951) heads the Oregon Department of Education as the Superintendent of Public Instruction.[1] Although she currently holds an elective statewide non-partisan office, she is a Democrat, and served from 1997 to 2003 in the Oregon State  

Lane County Commissioner, West Lane District: Anna Morrison

Lane County Commissioner, East Lane District: Tom Lininger

Lane County Commissioner, Springfield District: Tom Atkinson

Eugene City Council, Ward 3: Maco Stewart

Eugene City Council, Ward 4: George Poling

Eugene City Council, Ward 5: Gary Pape

Eugene City Council, Ward 6: Jennifer Solomon

Eugene Water & Electric Board, at-large position: Peter Bartel


U.S. Senator: Bill Bradbury Bill Bradbury (born 1949) is the Secretary of State for the U.S. state of Oregon. Bradbury, a Democrat, previously served in the Oregon Legislative Assembly, and ran unsuccessfully against incumbent Senator Gordon Smith in 2002.  

Governor: Jim Hill Jim Hill may refer to:
  • Jim Hill (Oregon politician)
  • Jim Hill (sportscaster)
  • Jim Hill High School
See also
  • James Hill

State Representative, 11th District: Al King

State Representative, 12th District: Elizabeth Terry Beyer


Governor: Ron Saxton Ronald L. Saxton (born 1954, Albany, Oregon) is a lawyer[1] and Republican politician in Oregon. He graduated from Albany High School in 1972, earned a bachelors degree from Willamette University in 1976[2]  

State Representative, 7th District: Jeff Kruse

State Representative, 14th District: Pat Farr


State of Oregon:

Measure 10, allows universities to receive stock in exchange for innovations created at public institutions: YES

Measure 11, authorizes general obligation bonds to finance improvements at Oregon Health Sciences University: YES

Measure 13, converts Education Endowment Fund Noun 1. endowment fund - the capital that provides income for an institution

patrimony - a church endowment

chantry - an endowment for the singing of Masses
 to a rainy day fund for schools, transfers $220 million to school budget: NO

City of Eugene:

Measure 20-57: Authorizes $8.7 million in bonds for a new downtown fire station and training structure: YES

Measure 20-58: Authorizes the collection of $19.6 million over four years to pay for library operations: YES

Eugene School District Eugene School District (4J) is a public school district in the U.S. state of Oregon. It serves the city of Eugene Elementary schools
  • Adams Elementary School
  • Alternative Kindergarten
  • Awbrey Park Elementary School
  • Bertha Holt Elementary School

Measure 20-56: Authorizes $116 million in bonds for school replacements, improvements and repairs: YES
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Date:May 20, 2002
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