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Upcoming Election Information


Mountain View

City Council Candidates

Margaret Capriles

Greg Unangst

Ellen Kamei

Lisa Matichak

Jim Neal

Ken Rosenberg

Mercedes Salem

Lenny Siegel

Pat Showalter


Measure A

Should the City of Mountain View amend Section 503 of the City Charter to set the base salary of City Council at $1,000 per month, with an automatic annual adjustment, to become effective on
January 1, 2015?





Los Altos

City Council Candidates

Karen Berner

Jarrett Fishpaw

Alexander D. Glew

Jean (John) Mordo

Mary Prochnow



City Council Candidates

Barry Chang

Andy Huang

Michael Hunsweck

Robert W. McCoy

Darcy Paul

Mark R. Santoro

Don Sun

Savita Vaidhyanthan



State, County and Other


State Executive


Edmund G. "Jerry" Brown, Democratic

Neel Kashkari, Republican


Lieutenant Governor

Gavin Newsom, Democratic

Ron Nehring, Republican


Secretary of State

Pete Peterson, Republican

Alex Padilla, Democratic



Betty T. Yee, Democratic

Ashley Swearengin, Republican


John Chiang, Democratic

Greg Conlon, Republican


Attorney General

Ronald Gold, Republican

Kamala D. Harris, Democratic


Insurance Commissioner

Ted Gaines, Republican

Dave Jones, Democratic


State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Marshall Tuck

Tom Torlakson


State Board of Equalization; District 2

James E. Theis, Republican

Fiona Ma, Democratic



United States Representative; District 18

Anna G. Eshoo, Democratic

Richard B. Fox, Republican


Member of the State Assembly; District 24

Richard S. Gordon, Democratic

Diane Gabl, Republican


California Supreme Court (Yes/No)

Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar

Goodwin Liu

Kathryn Mickle Werdegar


Justice, California State Court of Appeal; District 6 (Yes/No)

Franklin D. Elia

Adrienne M. Grover

Patricia Bamattre-Manoukian

Miguel Marquez

Eugene Milton Premo


Judge - Superior Court; County of Santa Clara; Office 24

Diane Ritchie

Matthew S. Harris


Santa Clara County Open Space Authority - Measure Q

“To protect and preserve natural open space areas for future generations by: improving parks,
open spaces and trails; protecting land around creeks, rivers and streams to prevent pollution and
improve local water quality; preserving wildlife habitat; expanding public access; enhancing
environmental education; and protecting scenic hillsides, shall Santa Clara County Open Space
Authority levy a special tax of $24 annually per parcel for 15 years, with citizen oversight and all funds
benefitting local open space?”


Los Altos School District - Measure N

To accommodate growing student enrollment and avoid public elementary and junior high school
overcrowding by expanding and upgrading schools, preserving quality small neighborhood schools,
upgrading classrooms and labs to keep them safe, clean and in good repair, updating learning
technology, maximizing energy efficiency and acquiring, constructing or equipping classrooms,
facilities and sites, shall the Los Altos School District issue $150 million in bonds at legal rates, with
independent citizens’ oversight, annual audits and no money for administrators’ salaries?