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Monterey County, CA June 8, 2010 Election
Member, Green Party County Council; County of Monterey Voter Information

This contest will only appear on Green party ballots.

Results as of July 1 2:28pm, 100.00%% of Precincts Reporting (183/183)
Candidates (Vote for 7)
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Jan Shriner Click here for more information about this candidate 200 votes 14.81%

  • Occupation: Environmental Educator
  • 2003 named one of Top 10 Women Contributors to Paddlesports Industry
  • 2004 Campaign Manager for Delgado for Mayor of Marina Campaign
  • 2008 to present Pinnacles Partnership Co-Chair Pan-American Condor Partnership
  • 2009 to present Marina Public Works Commissioner
  • 2007 Individual Winner 2010 Team Winner of Unity in Diversity Award from Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors
  • 2010 Marina 35th Anniversary Committee Secretary
  • Sustainable Drinking Water for Region: Pajaro River to Carmel River
  • Balanced economy and local government budgets
  • Healthy greater community
Darby Moss Worth 152 votes 11.26%
  • Occupation: Retired Teacher
Ruth Smith 142 votes 10.52%
  • Occupation: Incumbent
Larry Parrish Click here for more information about this candidate 123 votes 9.11%
  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • Bachelor of Arts, Cal State Sonoma
  • Businessman
  • Activist
  • Environmental Awareness
  • Election Integrity
  • Limiting Corporate Power/personhood
George t Riley Click here for more information about this candidate 120 votes 8.89%
  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • Retired from Director of Housing and Community Services, San Mateo County
  • Active in local water issues, co-founder of Citizens for Public Water
  • Active in Green Party since 2000
  • Public ownership of water supply facilities
  • Reduced corporate power by eliminating corporate personhood
  • Activist effort for all local progressive candidates
Frank Lambert Click here for more information about this candidate 116 votes 8.59%
  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • retired truck driver
  • union steward/contract negotiator
  • One of the founders and board members of Citizens For Sustainable Marina
  • Peace and Labor activism
  • Advocate for Single Payer Health Care
  • Proponent of Instant-Runnoff Voting and Election Integrity and hand-counted paper ballots.
Melissa M. Najd 115 votes 8.52%
  • Occupation: Holistic Moms Leader
Tim Wilson Click here for more information about this candidate 115 votes 8.52%
  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • 1985 to present Software Engineer - government and defense
  • 2000 Auto customization and repair business startup
  • 2006 to 2008 Appointed member of Green Party County Council Executive Committee
  • 2008 Volunteer for Marina Campaign for Change
  • 2009 Founding member of Citizens for Sustainable Marina
  • Active in Transition Initiatives for future resilient communities
  • Sustainable resilient livable communities - local economy, education, environment, democratic participation, culture
  • Public Transportation Systems - Train & Bus Rapid Transit
  • Local economy: Promote locally-owned & operated industry / small business
Vienna Merritt Moore 98 votes 7.26%
  • Occupation: Business Owner
Hebard R Olsen Click here for more information about this candidate 85 votes 6.30%
  • Occupation: Video Communicator/Teacher
  • Physical Sciences, Biological Sciences BA
  • Natural Science MA
  • Secondary Teaching Credential
  • NAACP Presidents Award MontChap2/21/09
  • 13 local Public Access Awards
  • Abolish Corporate personhood
  • Instant run off voting
  • Equal treatment under law: Penalties should be proportional to worth
Donald S. Najd 84 votes 6.22%
  • Occupation: Web Engineer

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