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Alameda County, CA February 7, 2012 Election
 Smart Voter Jon F. Elliott

Candidate for
Board of Education Member; City of Piedmont

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Environmental Consultant, Educator
  • Decade of volunteering in Piedmont schools, including Site Councils: PMS (2006-9), PHS (2009-11); District curriculum and GATE committees
  • Chair, Piedmont Unified School District Citizens Advisory Committee on Parcel Tax Measures B & E (2009-11)
  • Long-time PUSD parent (12th, 10th, 5th graders)
  • 30 years of regulatory compliance and public/private program development
  • Extensive community and professional volunteerism
  • BSE (Mechanical Engineering), Princeton University; MPP (Master of Public Policy), UC Berkeley; JD (Law), UC Berkeley/Boalt Hall
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Thoughtful decisions based on rigorous analysis, using best available information to move the District forward
  • Timely and meaningful public information, participation, and input
  • Effective partnership among the Board, District staff, and the community
Questions on Issues

The League of Women Voters of Piedmont asked questions on the issues of all candidates for this office.
Read the answers from Jon F. Elliott
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Key Endorsements
  • Parents seeking continued improvement in our excellent schools
  • Residents seeking sound fiscal management that shares costs fairly
  • People who appreciate rigorous analysis and the cooperative solutions
Position Papers
Responses to Questions from Piedmont Post
This paper compiles questions asked by the Post, and my replies. We are limited to 250 words per answer.
Responses to Questions from the Piedmonter - which subsequently endorsed me
Responses to Questions from the Piedmonter - which subsequently endorsed me. We were limited to 3 sentences.
Responses to Questions from Piedmont Community Association
This repeats questions asked by PCA, and my replies.
Campaign Contact Information

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