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San Mateo County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Harbor Commissioner; San Mateo County Harbor District Voter Information

Results as of Dec 5 4:09pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (522/522)
Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Sally Campbell 90,875 votes 20.8%

  • Occupation: Incumbent Harbor Board Member
  • Businesswoman
  • Licensed Real Estate Agent
  • Community Volunteer
  • Keep our coastline and harbors clean and safe.
  • Continue to make sound fiscal practices and balanced budget a priority.
  • Promote and protect public access to beaches and harbors and support our fishing industry
Pietro Parravano 85,524 votes 19.6%
  • Occupation: Commercial Fisherman
  • Harbor Commissioner, San Mateo County Harbor District
  • Commisioner, Pew National Oceans Commission
  • President, Pacific Coast Federation of Fisherman's Associations
  • President, Institute for Fishery Resources
  • U.S. Delegate, World Fisheries Forum
  • B.S. Chemistry, M.S. Biology; Eastern Michigan University
  • Enhance and promote economically vital harbors
  • Support public access to Bay and Ocean resources
  • Maintain a clean natural setting for all to enjoy
Leo Padreddii 80,662 votes 18.5%
  • Occupation: Harbor Commissioner
  • Currently Vice President and former President of the San Mateo County Harbor District.
  • Born and raised in San Mateo County, knows about the development of the Harbor District.
  • Retired law enforcement officer of 32 years, former mayor and school board member.
  • Keep the boat yard open at Pillar Point Harbor
  • Co-chairman of bringing ferry boat service at Oyster Point Marina to reduce traffic congestion on 101 freeway
  • Move forward on significant projects at Pillar Point Harbor and Oyster Point Marina
Lisa Fernandez 72,365 votes 16.6%
  • Occupation: Accountant - San Mateo County Harbor District 2 1/2 years
  • BS in Business Administration with a Concentration in Finance
  • San Diego State University (Dean's Honor Roll)
  • Continued Accounting studies at University of New Mexico and Golden Gate University
  • Currently studying to take the CMA (Certified Management Accountant) exam.
  • Becker CPA Review Course
  • H&R Block Income Tax Course
  • Fiscal Responsibility
  • Facility Improvements and Long Range Planning
  • Restore Public Confidence
Leni Schultz 58,672 votes 13.4%
  • Occupation: Registered Nurse
  • Graduate Of LA County USC Medical Center School Of Nursing
  • University Of San Francisco/Bachelor Of Science/Advanced Studies Critical Care/Worked ICU for 23 years. Presently Work Kaiser RWC
  • Member U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla 46, Redwood City Marina . 20 years Sailing, J-Boat Racing San Francisco Bay Area Waters
  • Member Of Oyster Point Marina Water Transit Committee Studying High Speed Commuter Ferry Feasability
  • Elected Official, Director Granada Sanitary District (top vote getter coastside, 1997- present)
  • Ten Years Grass Roots Community Work Coastal Protection. Volunteer Conservation Worker. Member Of Committee For Green Foothills
  • Protect Public Interest In Harbor District Resources / Stop Give-a-Ways and Privatization Of Only Remaining Community Open Space Publicly Owned Land
  • Long Range Planning and Use Of Harbor District Facilities ( Includes Acquisition Of Boatyard at P.P.H. and Ferry System At Oyster Point ).
  • Restoration Of Public Confidence
Jonathan Paul "Jon" Linder 48,865 votes 11.2%
  • Occupation: Graduate Student
  • B.A. Women's Studies, minor in Psychology pursuing a Master's Degree in Psychology specializing in women's issues and chemical dependency
  • I've lived at Oyster Point Marina for 5 years, attended and spoken at numerous Commission meetings, faced apathy and false promises there, want better
  • I was spurred into action when one of the sitting commissioners told me about the 28 million dollar giveaway and the 17 million dollar deficit
  • I want to represent the often ignored 600 berth facility in South City just as I joined my local student gov in college, to improve my community there
  • I've been an active member of my community throughout my school career, published my life story in my high school newspaper, editorials in college
  • I'm trying to get a web business going and paying the bills by doing odd jobs supplemented with savings. I've been sailing all my life.
  • correct the budget deficit, currently in excess of 17 million dollars
  • renegotiate the Oyster Point Hilton lease to recover the 28-37 million dollar "gift" they received from the current commission/ increase the parking
  • end the unfair and revenue losing monopoly one developer has over the district's holdings in El Granada

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