Wednesday, April 13, 2022

County Supervisor candidates forum at Democrats Club breakfast meeting, Saturday April 16, 2022

The Pacifica - Daly City Democrats Club will hold its monthly meeting at Sharp Park Restaurant this Saturday, April 16, 
beginning at 9:30 a.m. This will be our first live and present breakfast meeting since the one break from Zoom meetings when we met for breakfast in July last year.

Our program this Saturday will be a forum for June 7 primary election candidates for District 3 San Mateo County Supervisor, to succeed Don Horsley, who terms out this year. The candidates are Ray Mueller, Laura Parmer-Lohan, Steven Booker, and Virginia Chang Kiraly.

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This Saturday April 16th, optional breakfast and
not optional Candidates for County Supervisor
at Sharp Park Golf Course restaurant.

 Restaurant, which has provided the meeting room to the Club for decades. For those who cannot attend but want to see the candidate forum, Pacific Coast TV will tape and broadcast it.
The meeting is open to the public. Protective face masks are optional, not required, for entry to the restaurant. We respect your personal decision concerning your own health and safety and that of others who are present.

Please note that purchase of breakfast is optional, but if you wish to have breakfast or coffee, we can accept only cash or personal check (payable to Sharp Park Restaurant): Full Breakfast $12; Continental $6; Coffee, Tea, or Chocolate $3.

Submitted Club email information from H. James Crow, Club Treasurer


Related news articles. Mercury News/Politics, Aldo Toldeo, 4/11/22. "Four candidates vie for San Mateo County Supervisor seat .. "... Horsley, who has represented the massive area since 2010 and is currently the board’s president, will be termed out of his post this year along with Carole Groom who represents district 2 which includes the bayside communities. ..."   Other: SM Daily Journal/archives, 3/10/22, "Incumbent San Mateo County Board supervisor endorses candidate to replace him." (San Carlos Councilmember Laura Parmer-Lohan).   Pacifica Tribune/Peter Tokofsky  2/8/22,"District 3 Supervisor race takes shape".    Pacifica Tribune/Peter Tokofsky, 4/5/22. "Supervisor candidates detail their plans for district, 4/5/22."   Note photograph from
San Francisco Public Golf Alliance .
Posted by Kathy Meeh

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