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Santa Barbara County, CA November 6, 2001 Election
Smart Voter Full Biography for Keith J. Coffman-Grey

Candidate for
Member of City Council; City of Santa Barbara

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- Endorsed by LABOR - SEIU, Laborers Union and Central Labor Council!

- Co-Founder and President, Stonewall Democratic Club of the Central Coast

- Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics Executive Board of Directors

- Member, Santa Barbara County Democratic Central Committee (2nd District)

- Member, Coalition for a Living Wage

- Led efforts to preserve Dr. Warren Austin's Val Verde estate and gardens

- GLBA Humanitarian Award Recipient (1999)

- Member, Citizens Planning Association

- Committee, Yes on `B' (2000)

- Member, Board of Directors, Gold Coast Business and Professional Alliance (1995-2000)

- Co-Coordinator, AVEC Anti-Violence Project (1996-9)

- Member, Committee for Domestic Partnership, helped to pass landmark domestic partner registry in City of Santa Barbara (1997)

- Central Coast Delegate, LIFE/AIDS Lobby of Sacramento (1996-9)

- Treasurer, AIDS Quilt Ventura County (formerly NAMES Project) (1996-8)

- Alt. Delegate, Democratic National Convention (1976)

- President, University of Idaho Campus Democrats (1975-6)

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- 40-year resident of Santa Barbara

- San Marcos High School Graduate

- Santa Barbara City College Graduate

- Bachelors Degree in Geology at University of Idaho

- 49 years old

- Married to Neil Coffman-Grey since April 1997

- Department Manager, Saks Fifth Avenue in Downtown

- Homeowner living on the Mesa/Westside

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