2002 El Cajon, California mayoral election

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Template:Infobox Election Template:ElectionsCA The 2002 El Cajon, California mayoral election was held on November 5, 2002 to elect the mayor of El Cajon, California. It saw the re-election of incumbent Mark Lewis, who was first elected in 1998. Mike Cornell was the last registered Democrat to run for Mayor of El Cajon (as of January 1, 2020).

Municipal elections in California are officially non-partisan.

Candidates

Declared

  • Michael Cartwright, Sr., El Cajon Family Businessperson. (Party preference: Republican) [1]
  • Mike Cornell, Businessman. (Party preference: Democratic)
  • Glenn Gerbrand, Naval Contractor. (Party preference: Republican)
  • Mark Lewis, incumbent mayor (1998-2013) and former El Cajon City Councilman (1986-1998). (Party preference: Republican)
  • Dick Ramos, El Cajon Councilmember (1992-2006)/Small Businessperson. (Party preference: Republican)

Results

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