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San Mateo County, CA November 4, 2008 Election
 Smart Voter Pete DeJarnatt

Candidate for
City Council Member; City of Pacifica

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • Board of Pacifica School Volunteers
  • San Mateo Library JPA Board
  • Former Mayor
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Strong on Economy and Budget - Fiscal Conservative
  • Strong on Environment and Protection of Open Space
  • Strong on Improved Quality of Life
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Key Endorsements
  • San Mateo County Democratic Central Committee
  • Sierra Club
  • Leland Yee, State Senator
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Position Papers
Strong on Economy and Budget
Pacifica is in an excellent fiscal position because of Pete's continued focus on economy and budget.
Strong on Environment and Protection of Open Space
"Pete's track record on protecting the environment and supporting sustainable growth for Pacifica is excellent."

~ Andrew Leone, Co-Chair, Pacificans for Sustainable Development; Co-founder, Vallemar Conservators; Founding Director, Sanchez Art Center

Supports Improved Quality of Life Projects
"Pete has shown concern and dedication to the well-being of our community. Pacifica will be well-served by his continued leadership."

~ Julie Lancelle, Pacifica City Council Member and Mayor Pro Tem

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