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Alameda County, CA June 6, 2006 Election
 Smart Voter Jim Price

Candidate for
Member, Board of Supervisors; County of Alameda; District 3

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Business Analyst
  • BA Political Science
  • 12 years professional experience. The last 7 years with Crowley Maritime Corporation
  • Founder of community advocacy group, East Bay Living and member of West Alameda Business Association Economic Development Committee
  • Past work includes intern and volunteer field office rep for past President Pro Tem of the California Senate, Bill Lockyer
  • Former DNC campaign organizer
  • Eagle Scout - Troop 6, Alameda
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Helping our schools and our children succeed
  • Fixing our County's healthcare system
  • Improve transparency and financial oversight in our County
Key Endorsements
  • Mike McMahon, Alameda School Board President
  • Kevin Kearney, Alameda City Auditor
  • Kevin Kennedy, Alameda City Treasurer
Position Papers
Helping our Schools and Children Succeed
Education is in crisis and as a result, local employment is in crisis. Our public schools are also in a financial crisis. As your County Supervisor I will be the advocate for our schools that so many teachers and school district officials feel is missing at the County level.
Fixing our County's Healthcare System
My plan for improving our County's healthcare system focuses on bringing accountable leadership to our County's Medical Center, saving taxpayers millions of dollars by better preparing our County for the future, and bringing awareness of and educating people for, well paying healthcare jobs.
Improving Transparency and Financial Oversight
By improving transparency and oversight, agencies will run more efficiently, the community will see relief from the constant barrage of tax increases, infrastructure will be better maintained, and balancing the yearly budget will be made easier.
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