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LWV League of Women Voters of California
San Mateo County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
 Smart Voter James "Jim" Tucker

Candidate for
Board Member; San Mateo County Harbor District

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • U.S.Navy 1961-1966 Viet Nam Veteran
  • S.F. Probation Department 1970-1982
  • Mayor/Councilman Daly City 1978-1990
  • Chairman/Member S.M. County Criminal Justice Council 1979-1989
  • B.A. degree San Francisco State University
  • Masters degree Public Administration Golden Gate University
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Continue the strong financial management of the Districts' funds.
  • Support public access to Bay and Ocean resources.
  • Continue the effort to bring ferry service to the Oyster Point Marina to reduce traffic congestion.
Key Endorsements
  • C.O.P.E (labor)
  • S.F. Independent Newspapers
  • Gene Mullin, Mayor South San Francisco, State Assembly candidate
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Position Papers
Position Paper on Harbor District Finances "Show me the Money"
Much has been said about the status of the Harbor District debt and finances. The following is an accurate factual, documented statement of the Harbor District accounts.I hope it proves to be beneficial.
Tucker and Congressman Lantos on same team for Ferryboat Service at Oyster Point Marina
Harbor Commissioner Jim Tucker a member of the sub-committee on ferryboat service to and from Oyster Point Marina was recently supported by Congressman Tom Lantos in those efforts.
Hilton Hotel will help Harbor District revenues
When it is built the tax revenue from the new hotel at Oyster Point Marina in South San Francisco will add thousands of dollars that will allow the District to pay off its loans to the State and plan its future.
Official Ballot Statement submitted to the Elections Official
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