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Richard W. Lowenthal
- Occupation: Incumbent
- Former Cupertino Mayor
- City Councilmember since 1999
- Cupertino Community Services Vice President
- Fremont High School District Foundation VP
- Cupertino National Bank Board Member
- Santa Clara County Libraries Vice Chair
- Cupertino can be an even greater place to live, work and raise kids.
- We need to do a great job finishing library, teen center, and park construction.
- We need to retain our great retail businesses and attract some key new ones.
- Occupation: Cupertino City Commissioner
- 5th year Cupertino Parks and Recreation Commissioner
- General Plan Task Force Appointee
- Bachelor of Science: Statistics
- MBA Degree
- Graduate work in Computer Science
- Senior Software Manager
Deborah C. Barrett
- Protecting the environment and ensuring that the Stevens Creek Corridor meets the needs and concerns of all residents
- Uphold public safety by working on solutions to reduce traffic congestion around Cupertino schools
- Diversifying Senior Center programs to meet the needs of all the elderly
- Occupation: Retired Attorney
- Juris Doctor, Santa Clara University Law School
- Member of California and Hawaii Bar Associations
Ronald J. "Ron" Moore, Sr.
- Address the growing ethnic tensions in Cupertino
- Make sure the new library is completed on schedule and on budget
- Work with the Santa Clara Valley Water District to address maintenance issues on Calabazas, Regnart and Stevens Creek
- Occupation: Retired
- Rhode Island School of Design
- Manager Marketing Promotional Materials, at SRI International, in Menlo Park
- Appointed by City Council to Design Oversight Committee for Cupertino Senior Center
- National Awards for SRI Magazine Cover Designs
- President of Northern California Cartoon and Humor Association
- Interviewed on Howie Mandel National TV show for Artwork
- I want all Citizens to be welcomed by any store or business in Cupertino regardless of their ethnicity. I want the City to be harmonious.
- I want The City of Cupertino to be responsive, to all who speak at meetings or otherwise communicate their concerns to all City Offices.
- I want to stimulate Cupertino's economy, by helping businesses attract shoppers, stem the flow of sales tax dollars leaking out to other communities.
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- Thursday, Oct. 23, 7 p.m., Quinlan Community Center, 10185 N. Stelling Rd., Cupertino. Sponsored by Vision New America, Inc.