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San Mateo County, CA March 5, 2002 Election
Member, Green Party County Council; County of San Mateo Voter Information

Results as of Apr 19 5:09pm, 90.8% of Precincts Reporting (532/586)
(3,149 Under Votes, 14 Over Votes)
Candidates (Vote for 7)
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Jo Chamberlain 663 votes 14.5%

  • Occupation: Incumbent/Biologist
  • Green Party of California Coordinating Committee
  • GPCA Delegate to Green Party of the United States
  • Co-Chair Green Party of United States
  • BS UC Santa Cruz
  • Campaign Finance Reform (public financing)
  • Regional Public Transportation (now)
  • Universal Health Care (single payer)
Patricia J. "Pat" Gray 644 votes 14.1%
  • Occupation: Activist, educator, and artist
  • San Mateo Central Committee of the Green Party
  • Teacher, San Franciso Unified School District (retired)
  • Fine arts---painter
  • What it means to be 'Green'
  • Public finance of political campaigns
  • Instant run-off elections
Sanda Everette 591 votes 12.9%
  • Occupation: Special Education Teacher
  • M.A. Special Education
  • Redwood City School District
  • Member Unitarian Universalists of San Mateo
  • protection of the environment
  • encouragement of urban agriculture
  • remember "reduce" as part of reduce, reuse, recycle
Gloria Purcell 583 votes 12.7%
  • Occupation: Retired Planning Commissioner
  • Belmont Library Task Force
  • Election reform; stop the corruption
  • A sustainable energy policy for the future; solar on every roof
  • Transportation and housing solutions for the Bay Area Region that really address all land use needs
Jean Comfort 531 votes 11.6%
  • Occupation: Retired Educator
  • Phone: 650-323-7188; Addr: 48 Lorelei Lane, Menlo Park, CA 94025; Email:
James Marsh 418 votes 9.1%
  • Occupation: Civil Engineer
  • Addr: 336 Filbert St., Half Moon Bay, CA 94019; Email:
Arlen Comfort 361 votes 7.9%
  • Occupation: Retired Engineer
  • Retired from engineering at Ampex Corporation
  • Volunteer for SMC Green Party since 1997
  • Softball team player, coach and manager for many years
  • Have been a homeowners president and section director.
  • Environment, global warming
  • Reform Campaigns, Financing and Instant Runoff Voting
  • Corporate monopolies, primarily media monopolies
Brian D. Everette 352 votes 7.7%
  • Occupation: Machinist-United Airlines
  • B. A. Liberal Studies/Environmental Design/Geography/Ecology
  • Life-time member of the Sierra Club
  • Member of Unitarian Universalists of San Mateo
  • Strengthen the Greens presence in my local community
  • Start creating/popularizing the cultural ideals for what are sustainable local economies
  • planning and developing urban gardens
Tom Dickerman 238 votes 5.2%
  • Occupation: Member, Green Party County Council
  • Retired Civil Engineer
  • Member, Board of Directors, American Hydrogen Association
  • Founder, American Association for Fuel Cells
  • We urgently need a national plan for converting our energy systems for oil to sustianable energy.
  • Energy conservation, energy efficiency
  • Hydrogen fuel, produced from solar/wind energy, and fuel cells
William Redfield 189 votes 4.1%
  • Occupation: Software Sales
  • Phone: 650-525-9222; Addr: PO Box 522, Belmont, CA 94002; Email:

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