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Marin County, CA November 3, 2009 Election
Council Member; Town of San Anselmo Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Dec 29 12:07pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (6/6)
(29 Total Other Write-In Votes 0.30%)
Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Tom McInerney Click here for more information about this candidate 2087 votes 21.69%

  • Occupation: Attorney
  • B.A., English and Political Science, U.C. Berkeley
  • J.D., Santa Clara Law School
  • Chair, San Anselmo Park & Recreation Commission
  • Board Member, Flood Mitigation League of Ross Valley
  • Chair, St. Anselm School Advisory Board
  • Barack Obama Delegate to the 2008 Democratic National Convention
  • Revitalizing our business community by developing an active partnership between the downtown business and town hall and forming an Economic Task Force
  • Showing real leadership in putting a permanent end to the chronic flooding in our community
  • Making our town government more accessible to all citizens by ensuring on-line services and recruiting more women and parents with kids to participate
Kay Coleman 1931 votes 20.07%
Jeff Kroot Click here for more information about this candidate 1627 votes 16.91%
  • Occupation: Architect
  • Mayor of San Anselmo 1996-1997 and 2000-2001
  • San Anselmo Town Council 1993-2005
  • Planning Commissioner 1984-1993
  • Ross Valley Fire Board Member 1994-2005
  • Local Businessman for 34 years
  • San Anselmo Resident for 30 years
  • I will work with the community to resolve real issues such as improving business conditions.
  • Review our budget priorities to reflect the values of our community, for example restory library funding and rehire a children's librarian.
  • Safety issues will be a priority including Drake traffic calming and flood prevention.
Peter a Breen Click here for more information about this candidate 1522 votes 15.82%
  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • BS, Univ of Santa Clara; MSW, USC
  • Appointed 1992, Mayor - four times
  • Vice-President-Ross Valley Fire Dept
  • Co-Chair SA Economic Sub-Committee
  • Executive Committee ,Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM)
  • Safe Routes to School (SR2S) Task Force
  • Maintain economic sustainability of Town & Its' businesses
  • Preparation for natural disasters- fire , flood, earthquake
  • Maintain housing / transportation/ infrastructure balance
Judy House Click here for more information about this candidate 1433 votes 14.89%
  • Occupation: Appointed Incumbent
  • MA Psychology 1973
  • Town Council member since 2006
  • Planning Commissioner for 8 years
  • Maintain balanced budget
  • Implement flood strategies
  • Protect neighborhoods from over development
Ted W. Freeman Click here for more information about this candidate 993 votes 10.32%
  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • San Anselmo Councilmember since December, 2005
  • Mayor, San Anselmo, 2008
  • Two terms on Marin County Grand Jury
  • Graduate in Political Science, UC Riverside; graduate work UC Berkeley
  • High School Social Studies teacher 32 years
  • Resident of San Anselmo 43 years
  • Keep San Anselmo on sound financial footing while expanding and restoring services.
  • Work to mitigate the effects of any future flooding on residences and businesses.
  • Maintain the small-town charm and livability of our neighborhoods.

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