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San Mateo County, CA November 6, 2012 Election
 Smart Voter Larry J. Moody

Candidate for
Council Member; City of East Palo Alto

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Board Chair for Non Profit
  • Endorsed by California Democratic Party
  • Endorsed by State Assemblymen Rich Gordon
  • Endorsed by State Assemblymen Jerry Hill
  • Endorsed by the Police Association of East Palo Alto
  • Endorsed by Gertrude Wilkes-Founding Community Leader
  • Endorsed by Bob Hoover- Community Leader
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Prioritize Public Safety by expanding the EPA Police Force and the Code Enforcement Division
  • Creating more Local Business and Employment opportunities for EPA Residents.
  • Measure C support for community based youth jobs programs & recreation.
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Key Endorsements
  • Dr.Omo Satterwaite-Founder Community Development Institute
  • Charles Jones- Business Owner
  • Pastor Joe Prado/Community
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Position Papers
Leadership for Todays East Palo Alto
Elect Larry Moody East Palo Alto City Council - Proven Leadership for Todays East Palo Alto
Priorities and Accomplishments
Leadership for Todays East Palo Alto-this is not the 90's we are moving forward and must find our relevance with the Peninsula community and Silicon Valley..
Collective Impact by John Kania & Mark Kramer
Collective Impact is a movement across the nation where communities are commiting to work together on specific issues related towards the upward mobility of the area. This could be an effective model for the City of East Palo Alto to provide leadership on..Read the summary Stanford Social Innovation Review 2011
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