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

4 Year Term.

Results as of Dec 15 1:34pm, 100.00%% of Precincts Reporting (28/28)
(61 Writein Votes 0.22%)
Candidates (Vote for 2)

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Bob Livengood Click here for more information about this candidate 9,089 votes 31.82%

  • Occupation: Councilman/Operations Vice-President
  • Mayor of Milpitas, 1984-1988
  • Milpitas Councilman, '75-,79, '82-'84, '91-present
  • College Graduate, AA Degree, SJCC
  • 40+ years resident of the City of Milpitas
  • California's Youngest City Councilman, 1975
  • Milpitas School District Citizen of the Year, 1979
  • Maintain a strong Public Safety Department
  • Support Milpitas Open Government Initiative
  • Provide more affordable housing opportunities for Milpitas residents
Debbie Giordano Click here for more information about this candidate 7,496 votes 26.24%
  • Occupation: Businesswoman/Home Realtor
  • Planning Commission - 7 years
  • Community Advisory Commission - 3 years (1986-1989)
  • Mobile Home Park Conversion Ordinance Subcommittee (1986)
  • Economic Development/Job Creation
  • Public Safety - Keeping schools, neighborhoods and homes safe
  • Open Government - support Councilman Gomez's Open Government Initiative
Deepka Lalwani Click here for more information about this candidate 5,272 votes 18.45%
  • Occupation: Financial Analyst - Independent Businesswoman
  • Chair, Milpitas Planning Commission
  • Milpitas Citizens Advisory Commission, former
  • Milpitas Chamber of Commerce President, Past President
  • Silicon Valley Reads, Advisory Committee
  • Milpitas Citizen of the Year, 1998 / MLK Good Citizen Award, 1999
  • MBA, San Jose State University
  • Restore Trust in City Government
  • Reduce Traffic Through Neighborhoods, Preserve our Hillsides and Open Space
  • Coordinate City Services with our Local Schools
Patricia "Trish" Dixon Click here for more information about this candidate 4,709 votes 16.48%
  • Occupation: Milpitas Vice Mayor / Non-profit Director
  • Milpitas Councilwoman 1996 to present, Citizen of the Year 1996
  • Co-founder of Milpitas Foundation for Education 1991, Chairwoman since 1995
  • Milpitas Planning Commission, 6 years, Chairwoman for 3 years
  • Chair of Friends of Milpitas School facilities Bond, 1996
  • Valley Transportation Authority Director
  • Vice Chair, Joint Powers Authority, Santa Clara County Library System
  • Maintain Milpitas' outstanding Credit Rating and long term fiscal stability
  • Implement the Midtown Plan to create Jobs, Housing and a vibrant Downtown
  • Further enhance our partnership between Milpitas and Milpitas Unified School District
Ed "Mr America" Connor Click here for more information about this candidate 2,001 votes 7.00%
  • Occupation: Retired Engineer
  • Penn Technical Institute
  • U. S. Army Signal Corps
  • The Technology and Society Committee
  • G. L. Martin Certificate in Airborne Telemetry
  • G. L. Martin Certificate in Missile Safety Systems
  • All-Fire Certificate in Fire Safety
  • Decrease Traffic Problems, New Transportation Technology
  • New Library, New Senior Center
  • Maintain Professional Police and Fire Services

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