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Santa Clara County, CA November 2, 2004 Election
Council Member; City of Campbell Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Dec 15 1:34pm, 100.00%% of Precincts Reporting (21/21)
(42 Writein Votes 0.20%)
Candidates (Vote for 2)

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Donald R. "Don" Burr Click here for more information about this candidate 5,161 votes 24.32%

  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • Master of Public Administration, SJSU
  • BS, Administration of Justice, SJSU
  • U.S. Marine Corp. (Veteran)
  • 31 Years Service, City of Campbell
  • 16 Years Chief of Police, City of Campbell
  • 12 Years Campbell City Council
  • Maintaining and improving Fire, Paramedic, and Police services
  • Protect local government revenue sources from State takeaways
  • Continue revitalization of Downtown core and Redevelopment area
Joe Hernandez Click here for more information about this candidate 5,042 votes 23.76%
  • Occupation: Planning Commissioner/Director Technology Company
  • BA - Santa Clara University
  • JD - Santa Clara University School of Law
  • Member - State Bar of California
  • Campbell Planning Commission
  • Campbell Site & Architecture Review Committee
  • Dedicated husband and father
  • Preserve Campbell's Small Town Character
  • Maintain Public Safety & Quality of Life
  • Promote a Robust Local Economy
Evan Dea Low Click here for more information about this candidate 4,660 votes 21.96%
  • Occupation: Educator
  • Board of Directors- Campbell Historical Museum Foundation
  • Campbell Chamber of Commerce
  • Downtown Campbell Business Association
  • Campbell / West SJ Lions Club
  • Kiwanis Club Treasurer, 2001-2003
  • B.A. Political Science -San Jose State University
  • Revitalize Downtown Campbell and stimulate economic development while maintaining the suburban integrity and protecting open space
  • Working in collaboration with the local government to provide after school and youth/senior programs
  • Public safety and traffic control with street improvements and additional bike lanes
Tim Mason Click here for more information about this candidate 3,763 votes 17.74%
  • Occupation: Parks Recreation Commissioner
  • R & D Lab Coordinator
  • AS degree in Ornamental Horticulture
  • BS degree in eBusiness
  • Currently in MBA/HR program to graduate 9/05
  • Community volunteer
  • Board of Directors South Bay Youth soccer
  • Youth and Family developement
  • Safety and Security
  • Increasing revenue
George Doorley Click here for more information about this candidate 2,591 votes 12.21%
  • Occupation: Campbell Planning Commission Chairman/Financial Analyst
  • Santa Clara Valley Transporation Authority, former Citizens' Advisory Committee Member
  • Master of Business Administration Degree in Finance
  • Army Combat Veteran of the first Persian Gulf War; Awarded Bronze Star Medal & twice awarded Army Commendation Medal
  • St. Timothy's Lutheran Church, former Councilman
  • Campbell Chamber of Commerce
  • Operating Engineers Local 3 (CEMA), AFL-CIO
  • Public Safety
  • Traffic Relief
  • Fiscal Responsibility

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  Official Information

City of Campbell website

Sept. 23 - Candidate Forum, Campbell Council Chambers, sponsored by Chamber of Commerce, LWV, AAUW, SVCN Newspapers.
City Council candidates at 5:30 pm, State Sen. Dist. 11 candidates at 7 pm, State Assembly Dist. 24 candidates at 8 pm.
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