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San Diego County, CA November 4, 2008 Election
Mayor; City of Coronado Voter Information

Full Term.

Results as of Jan 24 10:40am
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Casey Tanaka Click here for more information about this candidate 3056 votes 34.76%

  • Occupation: City Councilman/Teacher
  • Coronado City Councilman from 2002-Present
  • Mayor Pro Tem from 2004-2006
  • Chairman of the Heartland Communication Facility Authority from 2005-Present
  • Former Chairman of the Coronado Historic Resource Commission, 2001-2002
  • Coronado High School AP US History Teacher since 1999 and currently the Department Chairman
  • BA with honors in History from UCSD and a Minor in Political Science, 1997
  • Fight Over-Development by re-examining 25x140 foot "billy box" lot standards and by reviewing development standards in the R-3 Zone
  • Fund a dedicated Truck Company along with two engine companies to give Coronado the right mix of fire protection for our city
  • Examine Police Department staffing and implement plans to put more cops out on our streets during rush hour traffic periods
Tom C. Stickel Click here for more information about this candidate 1857 votes 21.12%
  • Occupation: Entreprenuer
  • '72 Graduate SDSU Bachelor of Arts
  • '76 Graduate USC Masters in Public Administration
  • Past Chair of the California Chamber of Commerce
  • Trustee Emeritus, CSU (California State University System)
  • Director San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) 1994-2004
  • Founder/Chairman Coronado First Bank
  • Saturday "Open Door" hours with FULL access to EVERY citizen
  • Support Coronado Hospital
  • "Out of the box" traffic solutions
Philip A. Monroe Click here for more information about this candidate 1740 votes 19.79%
  • Occupation: Coronado Councilmember
  • Cornell University (BA Mathmatics)
  • Navy Post Graduate School (AeE Aero Eng)
  • SANDAG Board Member (6 Years)
  • MTS Board Member (6 Years)
  • ASAP-21 Board Member
  • Coronado Flower Show Board Member
  • Keep the Coronado Hospital Open
  • Keep local Land Use Authority
  • Slow Traffic in Coronado
Barbara Denny Click here for more information about this candidate 1524 votes 17.34%
  • Occupation: Environmental Lawyer
  • Advocated to save our Coronado Commuter Ferry from de-funding by SANDAG
  • Served on the Coronado Transportation Management Association
  • San Diego City Hall: Worked on land use issues for a City Council Member
  • San Diego District Attorney's Office: Advocated for children and families
  • Member of CERO (Coronado Emergency Radio Operators)
  • Military Spouse (husband retired after 22 years of service)
  • Public Safety: Enhance Fire & Police Department resources to solve recruitment and retention problems and make Coronado a safe place to live and work
  • Traffic: Devise and implement an island-wide traffic plan; stop the tunnel project because it is unsafe and an extravagant waste of public funds
  • Overbuilding: Implement "smart growth" policy and meaningful historic preservation; increase essential services to keep pace with growth
Frank A. Tierney 614 votes 6.98%
  • Occupation: Retired Contracts Manager

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