LWV League of Women Voters of California
Santa Barbara County, CA November 4, 2003 Election
Smart Voter Official Statement for Robert B. Cawley

Candidate for
City Council Member; City of Santa Barbara

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

Occupation: The Yoga Studio Owner and Environmentalist

Education and Qualifications:

City of Santa Barbara - City of Solutions Homeless: 816 Cacique Street Center, Transition House, Rescue Mission, Salvation Army. RV Lot: Santa Barbara has the money, property, managing agency. Hungry: Catholic Charities, Pacific Pride Foundation (155 agencies distribute food countywide). Traffic Rideshare 963-7283 http://www.trafficsolutions.info Housing: SB Housing Authority has 4,500 low-cost units for the poor, elderly, handicapped. Youth Services: Boys and Girls Club, Kiwanis Club and so much more. Dyslexia & ADHD help: Dyslexia Resource Center 963-7339. Creek Restoration: Our tourist fund this and contribute 16 million dollars yearly to Santa Barbara's general fund. Elect Bob Cawley to be part of the solution: "Water Conservation - NOW; Remember what that desalinization plant cost us." I will serve as one deserving of your most precious democratic right: Your VOTE. I believe in The 10 Commandments, Yoga's 8-Fold Path, Ecological Wisdom, Community Based Economics, Respect for Diversity. bobcawley@cox.net http://www.cawleyforcouncil.org 966-6271 I invite you to get to know me. After all you'll be trusting me with keeping an eye on the city's $179,000,000 yearly expenditures. About me: 18 year SB resident. Small business owner. Devereux volunteer Peace Corps Ghana 1989-91. BA in Environmental Studies UCSB 1987-89 Computer Science SBCC 1985-87. Las Vegas gambling industry 1967-84. U.S. Air Force 1962-66.

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