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San Mateo County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Member, Board of Trustees; San Mateo County Board of Education; Trustee Area #4 Voter Information

Results as of Dec 5 4:09pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (522/522)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Fred C. Leonard 73,479 votes 41.6%

  • Occupation: Member, San Mateo County Board of Education
  • Educational Consultant
  • Teacher, grades 4-12 and Special Education
  • School Principal - District Administration
  • Certified Long-range Planner
  • Educational Doctorate Degree in Organization and Administration
  • Married 43 years, three grandchildren
  • Maintain and establish programs based on student need to develop their objectives.
  • Maintain an effective teaching and support staff paid a fair wage for their endeavors.
  • Support legislation that fully supports public education.
William E. Cox 63,353 votes 35.9%
  • Occupation: Educator
  • Sequoia High School District Teacher for 30 years
  • Efficient schools
  • Pay parents for home teaching
  • Higher academic standards for elementary schools
Fel Anthony Amistad 20,021 votes 11.3%
  • Occupation: Parent / Realty mortgage/finance-executive
  • Stanford ALumni Assn, PTA and High School Athletic Sponsor
  • Law Studies JD program/Executive Grad STANFORD U
  • Businessman/businessowner-entrepreneur, banker
  • Unified School District Trustee candidate /PTA Member
  • Pres.JAYCEES Dist. 17 1990-1 SF Area Daly City-San Mateo County
  • School funding for special education, libraries and qualified teachers.
  • School safety and facilities modernization without increased taxation.
  • Insure that San Mateo's tax dollars for education are spent wisely
Robert A. "Bob" Green 19,666 votes 11.1%
  • Occupation: Pharmacist
  • Pharm.D from UCSF
  • Past president of SM county Pharmacist Assoc.
  • close attention to annual budget
  • advocate a program to attract good teachers to this district
  • involve local private business talent to volunteer time with school

Basic candidate data supplied by the County elections official. Order of candidates is random and changes daily.
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