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LWV League of Women Voters of California Education Fund
Orange County, CA November 2, 2004 Election
 Smart Voter Vivian Kirkpatrick-Pilger

Candidate for
Board Member; Huntington Beach Union High School District

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Management Services Officer
  • President of Citizens for Government Accountability
  • I have worked at the University of California, Irvine for 24 years
  • Manager of the largest department in the engineering school at UCI for 14 years
  • Experience managing funds, preparing budgets, meeting budget goals
  • Served on the Westminster Citizens Advisory Group and the Infrastructure Committee
  • Community Activist, 31 year career of decision making, analysis and management
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Demand unbiased treatment of students regardless of race, sex, religion or national origin
  • Demand greater accountability to taxpayers
  • Work to strengthen basics and increase API Scores to 800 for every school in the district
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Key Endorsements
  • Mayor Margie Rice, Mayor of Westminster
  • Kermit Marsh, Councilman, Westminster
  • Matthew Harper, Huntington Beach Union High School District Board Member
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Position Papers
Why are you running for the School Board?
I feel a strong conviction to preserve the freedom of expression for all students regardless of their religion, sex, race, or national origin.
If elected what would you bring to the HBUHSD?
The perspective of 24 years working in a higher education institution where I see the challenges students are faced with daily. For our younger students in high schools, I can see "the future" of what they need to be ready for, what they need to feel confident in doing and assist in creating an environment that prepares them for these challenges.
What is the most important issue the HBUHSD?
There are many, but most would agree that chief among them is the need to improve the API scores at all high schools in the district to 800. Why? read the full text of this position paper...
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