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San Mateo County, CA November 5, 2013 Election
Council Member; City of San Carlos Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Jan 15 5:15pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (25/25)
25.4% Voter Turnout (91,335/359,535)
Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Bob Grassilli Click here for more information about this candidate 3,312 votes 25.4%

  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • City Council member-8 years; Current Mayor
  • MBA in Finance-UC Berkeley
  • San Carlos Planning Commission-6 years
  • Board Member-Samaritan House
  • Board Member-San Carlos Youth Center Foundationn
  • Chief Financial Officer for 18 years
  • Common sense and comunity input to address City issues
  • Financial skills to keep balanced budgets
  • Begin City infrastructure replacement plan
Cameron Johnson Click here for more information about this candidate 3,179 votes 24.4%
  • Occupation: Director of Product Innovation, Netflix
  • Chair, San Carlos Economic Development Advisory Commission
  • Chair, San Mateo County Mental Health and Substance Abuse Recovery Commission
  • Campaign Committee to pass Measure H
  • Efficient and accountable local government
  • Smart economic development to fund quality of life improvements
  • Support outstanding schools
Matt Grocott Click here for more information about this candidate 2,709 votes 20.8%
  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • Council Member
  • Mayor 2005 and 2012
  • C/CAG's B/PAC Board Member
  • C/CAG's Airport Land Use Commission
  • SFO Community Airport Roundtable Board
  • Owner of Grocott Design * Home & Remodel
  • Open Labor Negotiations
  • Employee Retirement Pension Reform
  • Local Control of Land Use Policy
Karen Clapper 2,130 votes 16.3%
  • Occupation: Appointed Incumbent
Inge Helena (Tiegel) Tiegel Doherty Click here for more information about this candidate 1,040 votes 8.0%
  • Occupation: Change Management Consultant
  • San Carlos resident for over 45+ years. Active in local and civic groups since 1987.
  • Mayor (2004/05),San Carlos City Council (2001-07), San Carlos Planning Commissioner (1995 to 2001)
  • City of San Carlos Economic Development Advisory Committee (EDAC) (1989 to 1995)
  • Harbor Industrial Association/Annexation Co-Chair (1987 to 1997)
  • As a council member, I served on the Office of Emergency Services committee, 2+2 (the School Board and City Council joint committee)
  • Professionally, I lead cross functional teams in strategic planning, business transformation, change management, and process improvement
  • My highest priority, if elected, is to make our community a better place to live, work and raise a family
  • I will work to create progressive, visionary and sustainable programs that ensure our continued high quality of life for people of all ages.
  • I will work to support a sustainable business environment while preserving our special values as a unique community.
Michael L Corral Click here for more information about this candidate 672 votes 5.2%
  • Occupation: Sales Professional
  • Former San Carlos Planning Commissioner
  • San Jose State University Alumnus
  • Bellarmine College Prep Alumnus
  • Sigma Chi Fraternity Alumnus
  • Fiscal Moderate
  • Smart Growth
  • Resident Centric

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