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San Francisco County, CA March 7, 2000 Election
Republican Central Committee; Assembly District 13

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Order is random and changes daily.

Tali Zer-Ilan

  • Occupation: Corporate Attorney
Donald A. Casper
  • Occupation: Incumbent
G. Michael German
  • Occupation: General Counsel
  • General Counsel of SF Republican County Central Committee since 1997. Attorney in private practice specializing in civil rights, election law and
  • personal injury cases. San Francisco Superior Court Arbitrator, "Whose Who In American Law" since 1994, and General Counsel, Log Cabin Republicans
  • of California since 1996. President, Log Cabin Republicans of San Francisco since 1998. Member of California State Republican Central Committee,
  • (Health & Welfare Committee). BA, University of Illinois '77; JD, USF '81. Vietnam-era veteran, US Navy 1972-'75
  • Honorably Discharged
  • Since first becoming active in the GOP in Congressman Tom Campbell's last state senate campaign, I have worked to make our party more like Presidents
  • Abraham Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt's version of it and less like that envisioned by the Reverends Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson's. I am strongly
  • pro-choice, for equal pay for equal work and have consistently worked to keep the government out of our private lives.
Joel D. Hornstein
  • Occupation: Venture Capitalist
  • A.B. in Economics, Harvard College; J.D., Yale Law School
  • Big Brother; former Executive Director of Minds Matter; former Captain, United States Army Reserve
  • Strengthen the San Francisco Republican party to restore two-party competition
  • Limited government, not just on fiscal issues, but on social issues as well ("fiscally conservative, socially moderate")
  • Build a party in which all feel welcome, regardless of sex, race, religion or sexual orientation
David C. Winzer
  • Occupation: Engineer/Businessman
Rhonda K. Brown
  • Occupation: Technology Services Director
  • President of San Francisco Young Republicans
  • Member of the Steering Committe for George W Bush Campaign
  • Ms Washington State 2000
  • Member of Women in Technology International
  • Member of Advocates for Women in Mathematics, Science and Engineering
  • Member of Business and Womens Rountable San Francisco
  • Insuring rights for Homeonwers and Renters
  • Muni-Improving Parking and Traffic
  • General Assistance Reform
Grace Norton
  • Occupation: Incumbent
Joycelyn "Jody" Smith
  • Occupation: Incumbent
Sue C. Woods
  • Occupation: Incumbent
Michael DeNunzio
  • Occupation: Non-Profit Consultant
  • Graduate of St. John's University and past instructor at McClancy High School in New York and the Unversity of San Francisco..
  • Former President of Community Counselling Service, Inc., Western Division.
  • Current adviser to the Archdiocese of San Francisco Office of Development.
  • Vice Chair for Finance, San Francisco Republican County Central Committee.
  • Guided local campaigns including Save the Cable Cars, On Lok Health Services, Restoration of Fort Mason Center, and St. Mary's Cathedral.
  • Member of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Telegraph Hill Dwellers Association, and the North Beach Chamber of Commerce.
  • Continue to keep the Party in a sound financial condition.
  • Work with the Executive Committee to keep the party strong for the presidential and statehouse election and the important district supervisor races.
  • Reform General Assistance and improve services to the disadvantaged.
Margaret Onderdonk
  • Occupation: Business Woman/Entrepreneur
Randy Bernard
  • Occupation: Business Attorney
Arthur Bruzzone
  • Occupation: Incumbent
Shirley Bates
  • Occupation: Teacher
Gail E. Neira
  • Occupation: Newspaper Editor/Publisher
  • Co-Founder of San Francisco Republican Assembly, chairperson of Common Sense Supper Club;chair of Liberty network (both moderate to conservative)
  • former campaign manager of landslide vitories in S.F. for two statewide incumbents simultaneously, only local Repubulican to accomplish this feat
  • director of Hispanic Leadership Development Marketing Consultants focusing on consumer/political profiling
  • former radio host and producer
  • former U.S. based diplomatic public affairs liaison for a So. Vietnamese embassy, first non-Asian to serve in that capacity
  • state appointee under three governors and recipient of municipal, state, civic and business professional awards for uncommon levels of achievement
  • To advocate legislation designed to enforce more stringent controls with penalties on any non-profit receiving tax monies suspected of mismanagement
  • Increase longer term reparations to victims or immediate surviving families by shifting funds away from some felony criminal rehabilitations if needed
  • Giver parnts more legislative rights to determine when and how their children be taught sex and other lifestyle relations
Terence Faulkner
  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • 1987-1989 San Francisco County Central Committee Chairman/ past State Secretay of California Republican County Chairmen's Association
  • 1987-1989 Member of the Executive Committee of the California Republican Party (Republican State Central Committee of California)
  • Member (1973-1976) of San Francisco City Government's Cable Television Task Force, serving as Secretary and later, Vice Chairman
  • Member (1999 to date) of State of California's Certified Farmers Market Advisory Board
  • Member of U.S. Selective Services Local Board (for San Francisco) from 1988 to date.
  • Past Articles Editor and Staff Member of Lincoln University Law Review (1980- 1982) and Doctor of Law (Jd Degree- 1983)
  • I believe in fiscal economy/ my views appearing in the March 7, 2000 and other San Francisco Voters' Handbooks.
  • I also wrote the argument against the Board of Supervisors proposed "benefit package"- Proposition D (March 7,2000 Voters'Handbook)
  • I further wrote the argument against Proposition F- a so called "Reparations" Political Proposal (March 7, 2000 Voters' Handbook)
Julie A. Bell
  • Occupation: Corporate Securities Attorney
  • Associate at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
  • B.A. from The Ohio State University (1993); J.D. from Vanderbilt University School of Law (1996)
  • I will continue to uphold the Republican principles of individual freedom, self-reliance and inclusiveness in the Republican Party.
  • As a young, professional, pro-choice Republican woman, I will encourage and demonstrate the attibutes of our party to other San Franciscan women.
Lee S. Dolson, Ph.D
  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • U.S. Navy World War II & Korea Retired after 12 years service, disability
  • History Dept, City College of San Francisco Instructor PhD UC Berkeley
  • Member & President of San Francisco Board of Education - Two Terms
  • Member San Francisco Board of Supervisors, finance Committee - Two Terms
  • Two terms San Francisco Civil Grand Jury
  • Served Six Terms County Central Committee
  • Believe strongly in Affirmative Action and opening door to improved positioning regardless of race, sex, religion. My daughter is medical doctor.
  • Open educational opportunities much greater than they are today at all levels seek improvement.
  • Encourage a wider universally affordable & provided health plan.

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