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San Francisco, San Mateo County, CA June 5, 2012 Election
Member, Democratic Party County Central Committee; County of San Francisco; State Assembly District 19 Voter Information

2 Year Term.

This contest will only appear on Democratic party ballots.

Candidates (Vote for 10)
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Arlo Smith 14251 votes 8.06%

Eric Mar Click here for more information about this candidate 13924 votes 7.87%
  • Occupation: District 1 Supervisor, San Francisco Board of Supervisors
  • Former President and Commissioner, San Francisco Board of Education
  • Member and former Vice-President, Democratic Central Committee
  • Former Professor, San Francisco State
  • Member, Richmond Democratic Club
  • Civil rights lawyer
  • Former shop steward, SEIU Local 1021
  • Getting Democrats elected up and down the ticket
  • Bringing more diversity to the Democratic Party and developing leadership amongst people of color, women and LGBT Democrats
  • Taking a stand on the issues that we care about. People across the world look to San Francisco to stand for strong, progressive values.
Bill Fazio 12618 votes 7.13%
Tom Hsieh 12533 votes 7.09%
Mary Jung 11393 votes 6.44%
Hene Kelly 9844 votes 5.57%
Trevor McNeil Click here for more information about this candidate 9684 votes 5.48%
  • Occupation: teacher
  • Democratic County Central Committee member 2006-2008
  • BA Political Science, Certificate of Theological Studies, California Teaching Credential, MA Political Development and Governance
  • Building a permanent precinct captain operation based on the momentum from the reelection campaign this fall
  • Train clubs and democrats to create more independent pressure on government
  • Reach out to red and purple CA counties about how to build the party organization and message
Kelly Dwyer 9530 votes 5.39%
Kat Anderson 9372 votes 5.3%
Meagan Levitan 9159 votes 5.18%
Peter Lauterborn Click here for more information about this candidate 8651 votes 4.89%
  • Occupation: Education Program Coordinator
  • BA, History
  • Education Policy Coordinator, SF Youth Commission
  • Prioritize Educational Issues
  • Push Investments in Transportation Infrastructure
  • Engage Young Voters
Wendy Aragon Click here for more information about this candidate 7445 votes 4.21%
  • Occupation: Commercial Construction Consultant
  • Vice President, Richmond District Democratic Club - April 2012 to Present
  • Board Member at Large, Richmond District Democratic Club - April 2011 to April 2012
  • Recording Secretary, Girl Scouts of Northern California, San Francisco Service Unit - November 2011 to Present
  • San Francisco Community Organizer, Organizing for America - August 2010 to July 2011
  • San Francisco Field Organizer, The Courage Campaign Equality Program, March 2009 to August 2010
  • Strengthening the Democratic Party through day to day community organizing and working with neighborhood Democratic Clubs.
  • Empowering and recruiting youth, people of color, women, and working people to become our future Party Leaders.
  • Advocating for what's best for our neighborhoods by endorsing the best candidates and ballot measures.
Jason Wong 7048 votes 3.99%
Kevin Bard Click here for more information about this candidate 7035 votes 3.98%
  • Occupation: Archivist/Librarian
  • Master's Degree in Political Science
  • B.A. in Political Science
  • Minor in Comparative History
  • Board member of the San Francisco Young Democrats
  • Board member of the Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club
  • Mentorship Chair of the New Leaders Council of San Francisco
  • To register more Democrats in our Assembly District, plain and simple.
  • To increase participation at DCCC meeting by improving our technological outreach and forming positive linkages with the local Democratic clubs.
  • To stop a plan to build plastic grass and stadium lights in the Outer Sunset.
Mike Alonso Click here for more information about this candidate 6976 votes 3.94%
  • Occupation: Security Officer
  • B.A. Criminal Justice and Raza Studies from San Francisco State University
  • Juris Doctorate from New College of California, School of Law
  • Outreach to the both the working and middle class of San Francisco.
  • Increase the number of registered Democrats in San Francisco.
  • Increase youth participation in the Democratic Party.
Suki Kott Click here for more information about this candidate 6509 votes 3.68%
  • Occupation: Software Engineer
  • President, District 2 Democratic Club
  • Treasurer, SF Tech Dems
  • Member, League of Women Voters SF - Election Committee
  • Graduate, Emerge California - Class of 2011
  • Board Member, Marina Community Association
  • Expectant mother committed to raising my daughter in San Francisco
  • Make San Francisco an attractive location for jobs, small businesses and families
  • Bring more transparency to the Democratic party and both local and state government
  • Get President Obama re-elected, and work toward a Democratic supermajority in the state senate
Jim Weixel Click here for more information about this candidate 4986 votes 2.82%
  • Occupation: Business/consumer attorney
  • Weixel Law Office
  • President, Westside Democratic Club
  • Recording Secretary, Irish American Democratic Club
  • Fair apportionment and representation on the DCCC
  • Increased registration of Democratic voters on San Francisco's Westside
  • Pursuit of more practical and legislative implementation of Democratic Party policies through the DCCC
Samuel Kwong 4509 votes 2.55%
Chuck Chan 4398 votes 2.49%
John B. Shanley 3478 votes 1.97%
Karl Hasz 2589 votes 1.46%

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