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John L. Burton
- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: State Senator
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: County Central Committeeman
- 1987-1989 San Francisco Republican County Central Committee Chairman / Past State Secretary of California Republican County Chairmen's Association
- 1987-1989 Member of the Executive Committee of the California Republican Party (Republican State Central Committee of California)
- Member (1973-1976) of San Francisco City Government's Cable Television Task force, serving as Secretary and later Vice-Chairman
- Member (1999 to date) of State of California's Certified Farmers Market Advisory Board
- Member of US Selective Service Local Board (for San Francisco) from 1988 to date
- PAst Articles Editor and Staff Member of Lincoln University Law Review (1980-1982) and Doctor of Law (J.D. degree - 1983).
Celeste Joy Blau Joki
- I believe in fiscal economy - my views appearing in the March 7, 2000 and other San Francisco's Voters' Handbook.
- I also wrote the argument against the Board of Supervisors proposed "benefit package" - Propoistion D (March 7, 2000 Voters' Handbook).
- I further wrote the argument against Proposition F: A so-called "Reparations" Political Proposal (March 7, 2000 Voters Handbook).
- Party: Natural Law
- Occupation: Educator
- BCLAD, bilingual (Spanish) K-8 credential '96 Dominican College
- B.A., Development of Community Consiousness, '72 UCSC
- Castro Valley High School '67 Valedictorian
- Dixie School District Primary Education Task Force and Parcel Tax Committees
- Group For A Government, Washington DC. '95
- Marin County Office of Education, Sr. Admin. Sec
- Integrating quality of life issues, involving land, water, housing development
- Supporting inclusive education that develops the full potential of our diverse student population, including multiple intelligences (incl. emotional
- Health care that creates a healthier community, not dedicated to high tech, end of life/disease care
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