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San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz Counties, CA November 2, 2004 Election
United States Representative; District 14 Voter Information

Results as of Dec 6 4:02pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (559/559)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Anna G. Eshoo Click here for more information about this candidate 182,712 votes 69.8%

  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Member of Congress
  • Member of Congress since 1992
  • Member of House Intelligence Committee
  • Co-Chair of House Medical Technology Caucus
  • Member of House Energy and Commerce Committee
  • At-Large Democratic House Whip
  • Technology: Continued investment in research and innovation to keep America competitive.
  • Women and Families: Equal pay, protection of pensions, and freedom of choice.
  • Healthcare: Access to affordable, quality health care for all Americans.
Chris Haugen Click here for more information about this candidate 69,564 votes 26.6%
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Teacher
  • Stanford University, BS, MS, MA
  • Civil Engineer
  • Cofounder, The King's Academy, Sunnyvale
  • Terrorism--Win the War on Terror. The number one job of the Federal Government is to provide for the common defense.
  • Taxes--Make the 2003 tax cuts permanent.
  • Teachers (Education!) --Cut back on on Federal involvement and bring decision making to the local level.
Brian Holtz Click here for more information about this candidate 9,588 votes 3.6%
  • Party: Libertarian
  • Occupation: Engineer/Author/Father
  • Sun Microsystems 1990-2001, Yahoo 2002-
  • M.S., U. of Michigan, Computer Science
  • B.S., U. of S. Mississippi Honors College
  • Author of open-content reference hypertext Human Knowledge: Foundations and Limits
  • Author of "Tooltalk and Open Protocols" & 4 software patents
  • Active in HAND (neonatal loss support group)
  • Market-based reforms of middle-class entitlements
  • Smart environmentalism: pollution taxes, emissions license trading
  • Eradicate corporate welfare, subsidies, & trade protections
Dennis Mitrzyk (Write-in)
  • Addr: 201 Maclane Street, Palo Alto, CA 94306

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  • About the Candidates - Browse the page to find the link for US House 14. Then find Biography, Campaign Finances, Issue Positions (NPAT), Special Interest Groups, and Voting Record where available.

Sept. 30 - Candidate Forum, Baltic Room at West Valley College, sponsored by LWV, AAUW, SVCN Newspapers.
West Valley-Mission College Dist. candidates at 6:00 pm, Superior Court Judge runoff candidates at 7:15 pm, U.S.House of Rep. Dist 14 at 8 pm.

Oct. 21 - Candidate Forum at 7 pm, Mtn. View Council Chambers, sponsored by LWV, AAUW, PTA.
U.S. House of Rep Dist 14 candidates, State Senate Districts 11 & 13 candidates, State Assembly Districts 21 & 22 candidates, Superior Court Judge run-off candidates.
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