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LWV League of Women Voters of California
San Mateo County, CA November 6, 2001 Election
Smart Voter Additional Endorsements for Robert G. Gottschalk

Candidate for
Councilmember; City of Millbrae

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Hon. Mark Church, San Mateo County Supervisor, former mayor
Hon. Mike Nevin, Pres. San Mateo County Supervisors
Hon. Denis E. Richardson, Mayor
Hon. Nadia Holober, Councilmember
Hon. Richard Holober, S. M. County Commun. College Board
Hon. Art Lepore, School Board Trustee
San Mateo County Association of Realtors
Tri-County Apartment Association
John Musante, Planning Commission & Marilyn Musante
Victor Graff, Planning Commission
Mary Griffin, former supervisor & mayor
Doris Morse, former mayor
Bernie Esser, former mayor
Lew Grasberger, former mayor
San Mateo County Association of REALTORS (SAMCAR)
Dan Rogers
Tom & Faye Dawdy
Les Morse
Mel & Bea Pincus
Judi & Jerry Sullivan
Gale Grinsell, Chmn Comm. Pres. Comm.
Wendy & Chuck Maynard
Dr. Jeffrey Gressard
Martin & Catherine Abramson
Ann & Gene Kirkbride
Stephen Green
Betty Lasseter
Martina Sepaher
Eunice Danli
Susan & Frederick Bianucci
Joanne & Clair McMahon
John Bowers
Millie Bishop
Ginger Bommarito
Sherrie & Wallace Epstein
Paul Bourque
Ann Long
Alan Kirth
Dick & Grace Billman
Beatrice S. Cooper
Sherry Vockel
Marjory Luxenberg
Vern & Phatina Bruce
Hon. Bob Miller
Kay Runkle
Sil & Alma Massolo
Eileen Stewart
John Tegnell
Glade Beresford
Chas. & Kathleen Smith
Kozo & Kathleen Kimura
John & Barbara Bristow
Ken & Patricia Tillotson
Jon Dolores Cellitti
Jack & Yvonne Creighton
Randy & Maryann Mealhow
Bill & Lynette BartellBruno & Norma Davis
Ev Penzel
John & Mary Stella Flynn

(a partial listing)

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