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Alameda County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
Member, City Council; City of Alameda Voter Information

Results as of Nov 15 4:54pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (50/50)
(15 Writein Votes 0.0%)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Tony Daysog 9617 votes 27.6%

  • Occupation: incumbent City Councilmember
  • Master's degree, City Planning, UC Berkeley
  • Bachelor's degree, US History, UC Berkeley
  • professional urban planner
  • Alameda City Council, 1996 - 2002
  • Alameda Vice Mayor, 1998-2000
  • City of Alameda, "Complete Count" Census 2000 Co-Chair
  • build on early successes in areas of traffic safety/transit planning
  • continue to attract quality retailers similar to the recently-arrived Trader Joe's
  • promote development at Alameda Point that is fiscally prudent, aesthetically-pleasing, job-creating and minimum traffic impacting
Frank Matarrese 6014 votes 17.3%
  • Occupation: Compliance Officer for Chiron Corp. in Emeryville
  • Alameda Planning Board Member
  • Alameda Economic Development Commissioner
  • Co-chair of the Library 2000 campaign to secure $10.6 million to build a new Main Library and improve and expand Alameda's two branch libraries
  • Graduate of the University of California, Berkeley
  • Married to wife Kris with two sons who are freshman at SF State and one son who is a student at St. Joseph's High School in Alameda
  • Reduce traffic congestion on our streets, bridges and in the tube
  • Bring the City and school district together to improve our schools
  • Rejuvinate Park Street, Webster Street and South Shore Center with an eye to bringing good job opportunities and quality retail shopping to Alameda
Jean S. Sweeney 4661 votes 13.4%
  • Occupation: Retired Teacher
  • Northern Waterfront Specific Plan Board Member
  • Webster Street Renaissance Project Board Member
  • Restoration Advisory Board for the Clean up of Alameda Point
  • Restoration Advisory Board for the Clean up of the Catellus site.
  • Rush hour traffic from planned development will exceed the capacity in our tubes and bridges.
  • Alameda is woefully under retailed but we don't need a new big box shopping center.
  • I support Measure A, it has saved us from over development and excess density.
Horst Breuer 3825 votes 11.0%
  • Occupation: Retired Government Executive
  • Executive Management Department of Defense
  • Traffic and Transportation Manager
  • Logistics Manager and Analyst
  • Deputy Safety and Security Chief
  • Military Police Officer
  • Alameda Planning Board Member
  • Reasonable residential and commercial economic development
  • Keeping taxes low.
  • Assure that we have strong police and fire departments to give us safe neighborhoods and protect our quality of life
Hadi Monsef 3617 votes 10.4%
  • Occupation: Businessman
Susan Maureen McCormack 2834 votes 8.1%
  • Occupation: Community Business Owner
Thomas C. Pavletic 2558 votes 7.3%
  • Occupation: Municipal Financial Analyst
Betsy P. Elgar 1630 votes 4.7%
  • Occupation: Social Worker

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October 3, 2002
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