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San Mateo County, CA November 2, 2010 Election
Commissioner; San Mateo County Harbor District Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Jan 6 3:01pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (457/457)
65.3% Voter Turnout (226,259/346,516)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Robert Bernardo Click here for more information about this candidate 79,008 votes 33.2%

  • Occupation: Port Manager
  • Planning Commissioner, Vice Chairman, City of South San Francisco
  • San Man Mateo County Water Transit Advocates
  • Sierra Club Member
  • Blue Ribbon Committee, South San Francisco Unified School District
  • Friends of the Library, South San Francisco
  • University of California, Davis, B.A. in English
  • Fiscal Sustainability
  • Responsible Development
  • Environmental Stewardship
James "Jim" Tucker Click here for more information about this candidate 70,865 votes 29.8%
  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • Treasurer, San Mateo County Harbor District
  • B.A. degree University of Ca. San Francisco
  • M.P.A. degree Golden Gate University
  • Former Mayor and Councilman Daly City
  • Former Chairman Criminal Justice Council San Mateo County
  • Former Juvenile Probation Officer San Francisco
  • Continue paying down our debt to the State of California
  • Complete Ferry service from the East Bay to Oyster Pt. Marina, So. San Francisco
  • Expand Pillar Pt. harbor for future recreation opportunities
Sabrina Brennan Click here for more information about this candidate 61,222 votes 25.7%
  • Occupation: Small Business Owner
  • Global Advertising and Marketing Project Management
  • National and International Event Planning
  • Midcoast Community Council: Elected Municipal Advisory Council to the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors
  • Director, Midcoast Park Lands
  • Midcoast Parks and Recreation Committee
  • BFA Photography
  • Create New Revenue Streams
  • Improve Recreational Opportunities and Public Access
  • Develop and Implement Marketing Strategy
William T. Klear Click here for more information about this candidate 26,743 votes 11.2%
  • Occupation: Retired Airline Supervisor
  • Engineering degree from San Jose State University
  • 23 Years with United Airlines dealing with multi million dollar contracts as well as Federal, State and local regulations.
  • Married for 25 years with three college age children
  • Lived on the San Mateo County coast for 25 years and am active with the Methodist church, Half Moon Bay Yacht Club and Boy Scouts of America
  • Hiked the full length of the Johm Muir Trail at age 55.
  • My first priority is to protect and grow your investment as a taxpayer in San Mateo County
  • Revenue, restoration, and renovation are the foundations of my vision for the Harbor District
  • Take the harbors from a 20th century development to a 21st century resource.

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Video from Montara Fog (also published in Half Moon Bay Review and

Robert Bernardo

Sabrina Brennan

Bill Klear

Jim Tucker

Candidate Forums

  • Candidates' Forum
  • video of forum by Montara Fog
  • Wednesday, 13 October
  • 8:30 - 9:30 pm
  • Fireside Room, Seton Coastside Hospital
  • 600 Marine Blvd, Moss Beach
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