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Santa Clara County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Council Member; Town of Los Gatos Voter Information

Results as of Dec 5 2:50pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (27/27)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Sandy Decker 5,825 votes 28.2%

  • Occupation: Historic Home Renovator
Steve L. Glickman 5,453 votes 26.4%
  • Occupation: Schoolboard Trustee/Businessman
  • 10 years on the Los Gatos Elementary school board
  • 8 years as a volunteer middle school Computer Science teacher
  • 4 years on the Juvenile Justice Commission
  • 3 years on the County Committee on School District Organization
  • 3 years as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at UCLA (now at UCSF)
  • Owner of a small software company
  • Quality of life in Los Gatos
  • Growth and Housing
  • Young people and families
Mike Abkin 4,964 votes 24.0%
  • Occupation: Systems Analyst/Businessman
  • Los Gatos Planning Commission (9 years)
  • Los Gatos General Plan Task Force and Senior Task Force
  • Los Gatos Community Services Commission (4 years)
  • United States Peace Corps, Nigeria (1966-1968)
  • Currently, Director of Technical Operations, ATAC Corporation
  • Ph.D. in Systems Science from Michigan State University (1972)
  • Protect our small town and neighborhoods from overdevelopment
  • Preserve the natural environment of our hillsides
  • Enhance competitiveness of our local small businesses
Paul Dubois 4,431 votes 21.4%
  • Occupation: Businessman
  • 19 Years as a Los Gatos Business owner.
  • Served two terms, and current Chairman of the Los Gatos Community Services Commission
  • President of the Los Gatos Community Foundation
  • Member Mayor's Task Force on Children's Hospital
  • Past Chair, Silicon Valley Children's Shots for Tots, Children's Miracle Network
  • Active Member Los Gatos Kiwanis Club and Past California, Nevada, Hawaii Kiwanis Lt. Governor
  • Maintaining the unique character of Los Gatos through controlled growth within the confines of the new General Plan.
  • Develop affordable housing programs to retain and attract Los Gatos teachers, firefightrer, and police officers.
  • Reduce traffic congestion by taking control from CalTrans of Los Gatos/Saratoga road that passes through town.

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