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San Mateo County, CA November 2, 2010 Election
 Smart Voter John J. "Jack" Hickey

Candidate for
Board Member; Sequoia Healthcare District

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Member, Sequoia Healthcare District Board of Directors
  • Taxpayer's Advocate 1964-2010+
  • Inventor, 28 Patents
  • Laser Scientist, Optics Technology, Inc. circa 1969
  • Author, Performance Voucher Initiative 1979/80
  • Webmaster - Redwood City Fun After Fifty WWW. RWCFAF.COM
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Elect: Hickey, Graham & Stogner to Sequoia HCD Board
  • Implement 2000-2002 Grand Jury Recommendations:
  • Reduce/eliminate obsolete hospital tax & phase out suspend Philanthropic Grants Program until voter approval is obtained
Key Endorsements
  • My Liberty- San Mateo County's Tea Party Patriots
  • Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association PAC
  • San Mateo County Libertarian Party
Position Papers
Continuum in a healthy society
Guest editorial, written by Jack Hickey, published in the Daily Journal. Suggests that government actions hinder the formation of a natural continuum.
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