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- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: President, Alameda County Board of Supervisors
- Chair, Alameda County Children and Families Commission (Prop. 10)
- Chair, Health Committee, Board of Supervisors
Audie Elizabeth Bock
- Improving education
- Expanding services to help seniors and people with disabilities remain independent
- Insuring access to quality health care and affordable health insurance
- Occupation: Assemblymember, 16th District
- M.A. East Asian Studies, Harvard
- Certificate in Non-Profit Mngmt., Univ. of San Francisco
- B.A. French, Wellesley College
- 1976 Fullbright Doctoral Scholarship Dissertation Research
- Small Business Owner
Timothy B. "Tim" (Beer) McCormick
- Pursue legislation to support administrators and teachers in our most challenged schools.
- Address California's air and water pollution problems starting with legislation on dioxin, a substance the Federal EPA deemed worst carcinogens known.
- Access to healthcare for all Californians.
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Title Insurance Executive
- Mediator and Arbitrator
Richard E. Armstrong
- Better Funding for Education
- Tax Relief
- Regional Transportation Solutions
- Party: Libertarian
- Occupation: Transit System Technician
- U S Submarine Service Veteran
- Former Business Owner
- Reduce government dependence
- Reduce taxes
- Improve Education
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Order of candidates is random and changes daily.
League of Women Voters
- On all candidates
- Browse the page to find list of candidates for Assembly District 16. Then find Biographies, Campaign Finances, Issue Positions (NPAT, Special Interest Groups, Voting Records where available.
KQED/FM Forum Interview
Candidates Forum - October 18
Candidates Forum - October 20
- State Assembly District 16 and State Senate District 9
Wed., Oct. 18, 7:30 p.m.
Havens School, Ellen Driscoll Auditorium,
325 Highland Ave.
Sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Piedmont, Piedmont African American League and Piedmont Asian American Club.
Voters are invited to come and submit questions for the candidates. Assembly candidates Audie Bock and Wilma Chan and State Senate candidates Linda Marshall and James Eyer will participate. Unfortunately State Senator Don Perata and Assembly candidates Richard Armstrong and Timothy McCormick will not be able to attend.
The program will be taped by KCOM-Cable Channel 13.
News and Analysis
- Friday, October 20, 7 PM
City Hall - Oakland, Hearing Room 1
Sponsored by the Leagues of Women Voters of Oakland, Piedmont, and Alameda, and by the Oakland/Piedmont Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW)
Voters are invited to come and submit questions for the candidates.
Broadcast live on KTOP, Cable Channel 10; rebroadcast before the November 7 election. Click here for KTOP schedule
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- San Francisco Chronicle
- Candidates Take Gloves Off in Assembly Race