Tuesday, March 13, 2018

County Candidates Forum in Pacifica, Saturday March 17, 2018

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County Sheriff, and
County Superintendent of Schools
The Pacifica-Daly City Democrats Club is presenting a Candidates Forum at its monthly meeting on Saturday, March 17th. In anticipation of the Statewide Direct Primary Election this June 5, 2018, the following candidates are on the ballot and will be appearing to discuss their candidacies: Incumbent Sheriff Carlos Bolanos and challenger Deputy Sheriff Mark Melville (running for the office of San Mateo County Sheriff) and Dr. Gary Waddell and Nancy Magee, candidates for the San Mateo County Superintendent of Schools.

The Club’s March 17th meeting will begin at 9:30am in the rear banquet room at the Sharp Park Golf Course Restaurant.  A full breakfast is available at $12, a continental breakfast at $6 or just coffee for $3, although no purchase is necessary. This meeting is open to the general public. You need not be a member of the Club to attend, although we welcome your membership. Please join us, learn about these candidates and become an informed voter!
Submitted Connie Menefee, President
on behalf of the Executive Board of the Pacifica-Daly City Democrats

Reference, Statewide direct primary election, June 5, 2018.  Candidate campaign websites. San Mateo County Sheriff:  1) Sheriff Carlos Bolanos (Incumbent), 2) Deputy Sheriff Mark D. Melville (challenger).  San Mateo County Superintendent of Schools. 1) Dr. Gary Waddell, 2) Associate Superintendent Nancy Magee.

Related article.  San Mateo Daily Journal, Anna Schuessler, Staff, 3/10/18, "Candidates, measures set for June, San Mateo County races, ballot measures take shape. .... "Among the races to watch is the first contested race for San Mateo County sheriff in years as Deputy Mark Melville formalized his candidacy alongside Sheriff Carlos Bolanos this week. Bolanos was appointed to the position two years ago when his predecessor Greg Munks stepped down before the end of his third term. ...  Though Redwood City resident Nancy Magee has officially thrown her hat in the ring to fill the void of County Superintendent Anne Campbell, Gary Waddell, Magee’s counterpart at the San Mateo County Office of Education, has yet to qualify for the race. But Waddell will have until Wednesday to finalize his paperwork since the incumbent Campbell’s decision not to run extends the filing deadline for her seat past Friday. Both Waddell and Magee launched campaigns to seek the top education official’s spot after Campbell announced last year she would not seek re-election."         Note forum graphic from Clark County Association of Realtors, CCAR, Vancouver, WA.
Posted by Kathy Meeh

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