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Alameda County, CA November 4, 2008 Election
 Smart Voter Tracy Lynn Jensen

Candidate for
Councilmember; City of Alameda

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: School Board Member
  • Elected twice to the Alameda School Board
  • My son is a fourth generation Alamedan
  • My education includes graduate degress in Public Health (MPH) and Business (MBA)
  • I have more than 20 years of experience in local, state and federal government
  • My work experience includes positions with the Maryland Legislature, Vice President Al Gore, and the Federal Medicare program.
  • As School Board President I led the adoption of a Wellness Policy to improve student nutrition and expand physical activity options.
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Public Safety
  • Transportation
  • Environmental Responsibility
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Key Endorsements
  • Mayor Beverly Johnson
  • Senate President Pro Tem Don Perata
  • Assembly Member Loni Hancock
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Position Papers
School Board's Jensen Makes Play for Council Seat
I can help Alameda to be a great place for families, business and for the Bay Area
Jensen aims to keep kids healthy
Jensen grew up in Alameda and attended local public schools. She has graduate degrees from Atlanta's Emory University in business administration and public health.
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