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Alameda County, CA November 4, 2008 Election
Board Member; Fremont Unified School District Voter Information

Results as of Nov 25 10:26am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (95/95)
(439 Total Write-In Votes 0.30%)
Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Bryan Gebhardt Click here for more information about this candidate 36760 votes 24.95%

  • Occupation: Engineering Director/Parent
  • Appointed Fremont School Board Member (2006)
  • BS, UC Berkeley
  • Enable all students to reach their full potential
  • Utilize funds wisely
  • Ensure safe schools
Ivy Wu Click here for more information about this candidate 32212 votes 21.86%
  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • BA from UC Berkeley
  • JD (Law Degree) from University of San Francisco
  • Executive Director of Friends of Children with Special Needs
  • Licensed California Attorney-At-Law
  • Woman of the Year 2008 - CA State Assembly
  • 22-Year Resident of Fremont and Parent of Two Great Children
  • INNOVATION - Creative and Innovative Education
  • INFORMATION - Effective Dissemination of Pertinent Information
  • INCLUSION - Involve and Include all Stakeholders
Lily Mei Click here for more information about this candidate 31857 votes 21.62%
  • Occupation: Parent, Small Businesswoman
  • Fremont Council PTA School Board Liaison
  • Member of Ad Hoc Budget Task Force Committee
  • School Site Council member
  • PTA Unit President for two years
  • FAME (Fine Arts Mini Experience) Volunteer
  • Executive Director, Trade Association
  • Fair Funding for Fremont - Influencing state legislators and partnering with community stakeholders on fair budget for Fremont schools
  • Voice for Community - Enhancing visibility of school issues at city level
  • Voice of Parent - Safety in Schools, Overcrowding, Quality Education for All
Ann Crosbie Click here for more information about this candidate 24717 votes 16.77%
  • Occupation: Parent, Community Volunteer
  • UCSD Graduate
  • 13 School and District Committees
  • 7 Schools in FUSD attended by 4 daughters
  • Elementary, Jr and Sr High School Experience
  • Overloading/Home Schooling Experience
  • Past Fremont Education Foundation board member
  • Mitigating Budget Woes
  • Superintendent Selection
  • Improving/Standardizing District Communication
Desrie Campbell Click here for more information about this candidate 21366 votes 14.50%
  • Occupation: Financial Advisor
  • Parent of four FUSD Alumni
  • Board Member, Fremont Eduction Foundation
  • Member, Fremont Chamber of Commerce
  • Board Member, Fremont Community Engagement & Advisory Board
  • Business Management Degree
  • Fiscal Responsibility- Support community involvement in the budget process
  • Continuing Education--Increase parent participation in their children's education
  • Student Acheivement--Ensure that every student's learning needs are identified, and addressed

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Rebroadcast of televised Candidate Forum

  • Every Monday at 10:30pm, Tuesdays at 8am and Fridays at 3:30pm on Channel 29 Fremont and Channel 27 Newark.
Candidate Forums
  • The League of Women Voters will sponsor a candidate forum for the candidates for the Fremont Unified School District Board at 7:00 pm on Monday, Sept. 15 in the Fremont City Council Chambers.
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