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Marin, Sonoma County, CA March 7, 2000 Election
Member of the State Assembly; District 6

Results as of Apr 10 2:36pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (321/321)

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Ed Sullivan 27,948 votes 21.8%

  • Party: Republican (100% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Retired Businessman
  • Education
  • Traffic
  • MTBE
Joe Nation 26,078 votes 20.4%
  • Party: Democratic (26.7% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Teacher
  • Parent
  • Businessman
  • Solving North Bay's Transportation Problems
  • Improving K-12 Schools
  • Safeguarding the North Bay's Environment
Carole Hayashino 23,217 votes 18.1%
  • Party: Democratic (23.8% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Educator / County Commissioner
  • Occupation: Director of Development, San Francisco State University; Adjunct Professor, San Francisco State University
  • Community Activism: Marin County Human Rights Commission - Vice Chair, S F State Univer Foundation Brd of Dir.,Calif. St. Parks Found., Bell Campaign
  • Political Activism: CA St. Library's "Civil Liberties Public Educ. Fund Advisory Brd", Lt. Gov. Bustamonte's "One California"
  • Political Experience: Civil Liberties Act-1988, National Redress Committee
  • Other Political Experience:Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians, Japanese American Citizens League
  • Awards: Martin Luther King Humanitarian Award, plus other local & natl. awards: for work in human rights
  • I teach at San Francisco State University and am determined to improve our higher education system for every qualified student.
  • To reduce gun violence, I helped establish the Marin Bell Campaign and introduced a resolution to our Human Rights Commission.
  • I will advocate to reduce sprawl which leads to traffic congestion, loss of agricultural land, global warming, and air pollution.
Frank Egger 14,338 votes 11.2%
  • Party: Democratic (14.7% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Mayor/Paramedic Boardmember
  • Mayor of Fairfax, currently serving 6th term
  • Fairfax Town Councilmember, 9 terms, 1966-2000
  • Ross Valley Paramedic Authority, founding boardmember, 1983-2000
  • Friends of the Eel River, co-founder & current boardmember
  • Vice President, Bakery Wagon Drivers Local #484
  • First CA Coastal Commissioner ever appointed, represented Marin, Sonoma & San Francisco counties 1972-1981 (NCCRC)
  • Stop urban sprawl; require sustainable communities legislation
  • Passage of a statewide Living Wage Law
  • Preserve Old Growth Forests; remove dams and save salmon
Barbara Heller 12,127 votes 9.5%
  • Party: Democratic (12.4% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Councilwoman/Businesswoman
  • Active in the League of California Cities, elected President of the Mayors and Councilmembers Department for 2000
  • Elected President of the Marin County Council of Mayors and Councilmembers in 1996
  • Elected President of the National Women's Political Caucus in 1982 and 1983
  • Elected to the San Rafael City Council in 1993
  • Served on the San Rafael Planning Commission from 1991-1993
  • Worked for Senator Milton Marks from 1989-1992
  • To work towards a long-range solution for the problems (particularly fiscal) of California's deplorable educational system
  • To work towards a solution to the Sonoma/Marin traffic and transportation congestion problem
  • A tax shift so that local government has adequate funding from property taxes to maintain essential services during less prosperous times
Paul J. Nave 9,059 votes 7%
  • Party: Democratic (9.3% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Businessman/Prizefighter
  • World Champion
  • Civic Activist
  • Boardmember Marin City Boxing Club
  • private pilot JAG
  • former teamster
  • Fix our traffic congestion nightmare
  • strengthen our public schools
  • improve the quality of life for our seniors
Susan L. Adams 5,942 votes 4.6%
  • Party: Democratic (6% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Nurse Practitioner/Educator
  • Registered nurse in SF Bay Area since 1978
  • Women's Health Nurse Practitioner since 1984
  • Ph.D in Nursing at UCSF w/ specialty in addiction in families
  • Associate Professor at Dominican College, School of Nursing; Adjunct faculty at UCSF teaching in the nursing and medical schools
  • Community liason work with treatment programs for chemically dependent women
  • Nurse negotiator for UCSF/Stanford first union shop contract
  • Health Care Reform
  • Quality Education for our Children
  • Campaign Finance Reform
Jack Gibson 5,267 votes 4.1%
  • Party: Democratic (5.3% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Attorney/Educator/Water District President
  • Relieving Traffic & Congestion Nightmare
  • HMO Reform
  • Fiscal Accountability
Richard Olmstead 2,517 votes 1.9%
  • Party: Libertarian (100% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Business Owner
Basia Crane 1,825 votes 1.4%
  • Party: Democratic (1.8% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Educator/Traffic Analyst
  • 1953 Dunbarton College, BS Chemistry
  • 1958 UCLA, Teaching Credential
  • 1958-77 Teacher, LA City Schools
  • 1954-57 Medical Researcher, Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
  • 1992 Environmental Forum of Marin, Training Program
  • Marin Democratic Central Committee, District 2
  • Education: Increase Ca K-12 education funding to at least national average.
  • Transportation: create an elected Regional Transportation Authority to consolidate all transportation funding.
  • Environment: Regional planning to protect our air, water, forests, land use, and recycling.

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