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LWV League of Women Voters of California
San Mateo County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
Smart Voter Official Statement for Maggie Gomez

Candidate for
City Council; City of Daly City

This is a copy of information submitted to elections officials by the candidate


Occupation: School Board Trustee/ Hospital Administrator

Education and Qualifications:

Central Michigan University: Masters in Health Science candidate
University of Michigan: Bachelor of Health Science degree

I am running for the open seat on our City Council because Daly City's future is very important to me. As a 27 year resident, my husband and I have raised our college-age children while I established my career here. I have served our community as an elected High School Board Trustee.

Experience: Elected member and current Vice President, Jefferson Union High School Board of Trustees; Daly City Planning Commissioner (1997-1998); Administrator, Seton Hospital

Community Service: Facilities Improvement Bond Oversight Committee High School District; School Board Liaison to Daly City Council/Legislative Representative Assembly Redistricting; Daly City-Colma Chamber of Commerce (Education Committee); Gateway Lions Club; Seton Hospital Community Advisory Committee

Accomplishments: Encouraged CPR training for Daly City high schools with DCFD; Oversaw $40 million annual school budget; Secured $2 million in special hardship funds from the State for seismic upgrades at our high schools; Responsibly oversaw school modernizations

It takes many diverse neighborhoods to create and maintain a vibrant city like ours. I will use my experience and vision to represent the needs of each one fairly.

I would greatly appreciate your vote!

/s/ Maggie Gomez

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