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San Francisco County, CA March 5, 2002 Election
Green Party County Council, At Large; County of San Francisco Voter Information

Results as of Apr 2 1:27pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (659/659)
(411 Writein Votes 2.06%)
Candidates (Vote for 9)
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Mark Stout 1,936 votes 9.72%

  • Party: Green
  • Occupation: Sustainable Energy Consultant
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Janet Lee Nudelman 1,928 votes 9.68%
  • Party: Green
  • Occupation: Women's Health Consultant
  • Former Campaign Manager, Medea Benjamin for MUD Board
  • Former Political Director, Working Assets
  • 15 years of experience as a social change advocate
  • Develop a comprehensive and aggressive voter registration and voter outreach plan to grow and diversify the Green Party
  • Increase the Green Party's work on issues affecting women, seniors, the homeless, and minority and immigrant populations
  • Push the Green Party to recruit and run more women and people of color for elected office
David Snyder 1,892 votes 9.50% Larisa Casillas 1,764 votes 8.86%
  • Party: Green
  • Occupation: Non-Profit Policy Analyst
  • Grew up in Weed, California.
  • Former director of the Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Rights (ICIR)
  • Former organizing board chair of the San Francisco-based Political Ecology Group (PEG)
  • Member, National Women's Political Caucus (NWPC)
  • Member, Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA)
  • Foster stronger alliances between the Green Party and communities of color, working class communities.
  • Adopt issues that are particularly important to disenfranchised communities, including economic, environmental and social justice issues.
  • Increase the number of registered Greens in San Francisco, especially from minority and low-income communities.
June Brashares 1,504 votes 7.55%
  • Party: Green
  • Occupation: Public Education Director
Susan C. "King" King 1,454 votes 7.30%
  • Party: Green
  • Occupation: Political activist
  • Non profit manager/development director
  • Consultant for progressive campaigns
  • BA Sonoma State University, Communications
  • Member, SF League of Conservation Voters
  • Founding member: Walk SF
  • Chair, CA Green Campaigns and Candidates
  • Social Justice: eliminate death penalty, reform criminal justice system
  • Transportation: reduce impact of private auto, transportation justicce
  • Equality: for women, people of color, low income, sexual minorities, etc
Caleb Kleppner 1,426 votes 7.16% Seth E. Watkins 1,163 votes 5.84%
  • Party: Green
  • Occupation: HIV Test Counselor
  • HIV Peer Education Certificate from CCSF in 1999
  • Certificate of Honor from the City & County of San Francisco
  • LGBT youth activist
  • Co-Director of the SF Pride "Stand Against Hate Rally" 1999
  • Graduate of PHS high school class of 1995 with Honors
  • Scholarships from CCSF for involvement on campus
  • Building Green Party registration and turnout in San Francisco
  • Building coalitions with other political parties on common issues best for San Francisco
  • Increasing communication within the SFGP between the County Council and voters
Nancy Marmol 1,095 votes 5.50% Don Eichelberger 934 votes 4.69% John-Marc Chandonia 859 votes 4.31%
  • Party: Green
  • Occupation: Computational Biologist
  • 1991 - founded "Biophysicists for Peace" to protest Gulf War
  • 1996 - supported Nader campaign in Boston
  • 1999 - volunteer for Ammiano campaign
  • 2000 - volunteer for Nader and Gonzalez campaigns
  • 2001 - became co-chair of Transportation Working Group
  • 2001 - appointed to fill vacancy on County Council
  • Coordinate volunteers in anti-war campaign, and campaign to abolish the death penalty
  • Recruit more diverse volunteers, by promoting social justice issues
  • Promote "transportation justice" -- improving public transit in communities most in need
Jerry Threet 847 votes 4.25% Robert Arnow 824 votes 4.14%
  • Party: Green
  • Occupation: Small Business Owner
Harry Driggs 804 votes 4.04% Paul C Platt 430 votes 2.16%
  • Party: Green
  • Occupation: Computer Arts Technician
  • BA from SUNY Fredonia
  • Community Service work with:
  • --Coalition on Homelessness
  • --Media Alliance
  • --Global Exchange
  • SFGP website content publisher
  • Social Justice: Gentrification, Police Brutality
  • Electoral Reform: IRV(Prop A), Public Financing, Ending Corporate Influence
  • Environment: Environmental Racism, Public Power, Renewables, Organic Food not GMOs
Marc Salomon 391 votes 1.96%
  • Party: Green
  • Occupation: Environmentalist
Matt Spencer 246 votes 1.24%
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