LWV League of Women Voters of California
San Mateo, Santa Clara County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Smart Voter Additional Endorsements for Anna G. Eshoo

Candidate for
United States Representative; District 14

This information is provided by the candidate

State Senators

Liz Figueroa
John Vasoncellos
Byron Sher
Jackie Speier

State Assemblymembers

Fred Keeley, President Pro Tempore
Louis Papan
Ted Lempert


Terri Cook, Belmont
Mary Jo Borak, Menlo Park
Liz Kniss, Palo Alto
Pat Vorreiter, Sunnyvale
Ron Gonzales, San Jose

City Councilmembers

Bill Conwell, Atherton
Pam Rianda, Belmont
Dave Warden, Belmont
Naomi Patridge, Half Moon Bay
Don Burnett, Cupertino
Duane Bay, East Palo Alto
Dennis Coleman, Half Moon Bay
Francis LaPoll, Los Altos
Bob Johnson, Los Altos Hill
Chuck Kinney, Menlo Park
Ralph Faravelli, Mountain View
R. Michael Kasperzak, Mountain View
Sally Lieber, Mountain View
Mario Ambra, Mountain View
Bern Beecham, Palo Alto
Gary Fazzino, Palo Alto
Judy Kleinberg, Palo Alto
Jim Burch, Palo Alto
Sandy Eakins, Palo Alto
Don Eaton, San Carlos
Cindy Chavez, San Jose
John Diquisto, San Jose
Charlotte Powers, San Jose
Alice Woody, San Jose
Rod Diridon, Jr., Santa Clara
Lisa Gillmor, Santa Clara
Jamie Matthews, Santa Clara
Julia Miller, Sunnyvale
Carroll Ann Hodges, Woodside


American Federation of State, County and Municpal Employees
California Organization of Police and Sheriffs
California School Employees Association
California Federation of Teachers
Crime Victims United of California
Democratic Activists from Women Now (DAWN)
National Organization of Women
National Association of Social Wokers
Women's Action for New Directions (WAND)
United Domestic Workers of America

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