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San Mateo County, CA November 6, 2001 Election
Board Member; San Mateo - Foster City School District; 2 Year Term Voter Information

2 Year Term.

Results as of Nov 13 12:34pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (108/108)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Melodie Lew 5,343 votes 46.7%

  • Occupation: Educational Consultant
  • Masters Degree, Marriage and Family Therapy (expected, May 2002)
  • Educated in the San Mateo Public Schools
  • Schools belong to the community
  • Work to maintain fiscal responsibility
  • Continue to monitor all programs to ensure high standards and program effectiveness for all students
Larry Salveson 3,289 votes 28.8%
  • Occupation: Software Firm CEO for 25 yrs
  • Software Product Designer and Author
  • Site Council, District Committees
  • Active Volunteer in Schools
  • Use sound management to run the district efficiently and fairly.
  • Improve the dialog between the district, students, parents, and teachers.
  • Help the students in our district with the greatest need.
Jane Klinge 2,731 votes 23.9%
  • Occupation: Retired Teacher
  • Special Education Teacher for 33 years
  • San Mateo resident for over 30 years
  • find ways to generate money for the San Mateo - Foster City school district
  • reduce class size in grades 4-8
  • improve communications

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