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San Mateo, Santa Clara County, CA November 3, 1998 General

Member of the State Assembly; District 21

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Ted Lempert 89,221 votes 70.1%

  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Member, State Assembly
  • EDUCATION: local public schools, A.B. Princeton, J.D. Stanford
  • PRIVATE SECTOR EXPERIENCE: Associate, Special Counsel - Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton
  • PUBLIC SECTOR EXPERIENCE: State Assembly 1998-1992 and 1996-present; Board of Supervisors 1993-1996 (President - 1995)
  • NON-PROFIT EXPERIENCE: Past President, Junior Statesmen Foundation; formerly served on tlocal United Way board & Greenbelt Alliance board
  • FAMILY: wife, Nicole Bergeron, and daughter, Caroline
  • Restore California's public schools to excellence
  • The California Internet Tax Freedom Act (AB 1614 - Lempert)
  • Combine strong standards with streamlined regulations to achieve environmental protection & economic development.
LaVerne F. Atherly 35,053 votes 27.6%
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Employer Benefits Consultant
Marilyn M. Bryant 3,036 votes 2.3%
  • Party: Natural Law
  • Occupation: Writer/Editor
  • Phone: (650) 321-7354; Addr: 751 De Soto Drive, Palo Alto, CA 94303; Email:

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