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Stanislaus County, CA November 4, 2008 Election
 Smart Voter David I. White

Candidate for
Council Member; City of Riverbank

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Appointed Incumbent
  • University of Santa Cruz Certificate Network Management
  • University of Southern California and California Institute Mental Health Certificate of Leadership/Management
  • Information Technology Manager Stanislaus County BHRS
  • Former President/Director Stanislaus Consolidated Fire District
  • Former Stanislaus Drug Enforcement Agency Consultant
  • United States Air Force Electronic Intelligence Analyst
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Work toward a balanced budget.
  • Revitialize Downtown Area and Riverbank Army Depot.
  • Fix the sewer funding problems related to years of neglect
Key Endorsements
  • Stanislaus Consolidated Fire
  • self-funded campaign
  • Work with ALL people for solution to problems
Position Papers
Work toward a balanced budget
Balance the budget by carefully tracking spending and use reserves ONLY when necessary
Revitialize Downtown Area and Riverbank Army Depot
Create a "face" for Downtown Riverbank, and bring business, and jobs to both Downtown and Redeveloped Army Depot
Fix the sewer funding problems
Provide the necessary funding and repairs for the sewer system
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