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Marin County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Director; Marin Healthcare District; Unexpired Short Term Voter Information

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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John W. Severinghaus, M.D. 43102 votes 60.85%

  • Occupation: Appointed Incumbent
  • Retired Professor of Anesthesiology and Medical Researcher at UCSF for 42 years. Inventor of blood gas analysis appratus used world wide.
  • Internationally acclaimed lecturer in physiology
  • Restore public district board control and professional management at MGH
  • Obtain trauma and stroke centers at MGH
  • Restore highest quality of patient care at MGH
Doug Ley 27533 votes 38.87%
  • Occupation: Attorney/Manager
  • J.D.(Juris Doctor) , Harvard Law School, cum laude
  • M.P.P. (Master in Public Policy), John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
  • B.A.,Haverford College, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa
  • Former Partner: O'Melveny & Myers and Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe
  • Spouse: Linda M. Gaudiani, M.D., Marin Endocrine Associates
  • Father of four children; youth basketball coach
  • I want to reform the Healthcare District Board and make healthcare, not litigation and lawyers' fees, the top priority.
  • I will work to protect Marin from the many problems created by managed care. I will support the Marin Community Clinic.
  • I will demand an audit of all payments by Marin General to Sutter Health. I will hold MGH to its obligation to retrofit the hospital for earthquakes.

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