Sunday, October 3, 2010

Don't fergit: Sharp Park Don Patrol, Monday Oct. 4, 6:30 PM

Friends --  This is to invite you to join me and the "Sharp Park Don Patrol" in supporting former Sheriff Don Horsley's campaign for San Mateo County Supervisor, Third District.  (Election Day will be Tuesday, November 2.  The office is elected county-wide in San Mateo County.)  Don is an extraordinarily well-qualified candidate, who has announced his support for keeping the Sharp Park Golf Course open.  San Mateo County and its Supervisors have a significant role to play in this effort.  So I invite you to come meet Don on Monday, October 4, 6:30 p.m. at Sharp Park, and help elect him on November 2.  -- Richard Harris

Monday October 4, 2010 / 6:30-8:00pm
Please Join
The Sharp Park Don Patrol
Bo Links, Richard Harris, Clark Guittard, Paul Slavin
Steve Sinai, Butch Laroche, Dave Diller, Lauren Barr,
Don Horsley
Candidate for San Mateo County Supervisor
"With proper leadership and the full involvement of the course community, I believe the Sharp Park Golf Course can be maintained as 18 holes with reasonable environmental safeguards. I look forward to working with the community so generations to come can enjoy this historic course." -- Don Horsley
Location: Sharp Park Golf Course club house  
(Highway One at Sharp Park Road, Pacifica, CA.)
Complimentary Hors d'oeuvre No host cocktail bar
Donations Accepted (attendee's choice)
Don has spent his adult life in public service in San Mateo County, from law enforcement to elected Sheriff to elected member of the Healthcare District Board.
Don is endorsed by Rep. Jackie Speier and the entire San Mateo County Board of Supervisors.
Please join Don and all our Sharp Park friends at this event.
or 650-363-1280 and mention the Sharp Park October 4 event.

Don Horsley for Supervisor 2010, 20 Park Road, Suite E, Burlingame, CA 94010, ID# 1303948

Submitted by Richard Harris


Anonymous said...

Whether Mr. Horsley or Ms. Vargas is elected, they will be the only elected member on this most undemocratic body. That's right, four out of five of these unelected kings and queens are appointed. The Democratic machine has a stranglehold in this county, which is why we're going to go bankrupt from employee costs after every last dime is squeezed from the taxpayer.

Kathy Meeh said...

Anon, being County Supervisor must be non-partisan since 2 Democrats are running against each other.

When Meg Whitman isn't able to "start at the top" and buy the State Governorship, maybe running for Supervisor will be a good introduction for her into politics.