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June 7, 2016 — Elecciones Primarias de California
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Supervisor, Distrito 3Condado de Contra CostaJune 7, 2016Elecciones Primarias de California

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June 7, 2016Elecciones Primarias de California

Condado de Contra CostaSupervisor, Distrito 3

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  • 278,127 boletas electorales serán contadas.

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Supervisors implement and refine local applications of state laws and public policy, and supervise the official conduct of public officers in the county.
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Council Member, City of Brentwood
11,490 votos (28.11%)Winning
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  • Ensure fiscal accountability and balanced budgets.
  • Support public safety in a financially responsible and sustainable manner.
  • Promote economic opportunities and job generating development in East County.
Profesión:Construction Project Manager
Council Member, City of Brentwood — Cargo elegido (2010current)
Board Member, Liberty Union High School District — Cargo elegido (20062010)
Board Member, Liberty Union High School District — Cargo designado (20052006)
  • Lori Ogorchock- Mayor Pro-Tem, City of Antioch
  • Joseph A. Ovick, Ph.D.- Former Superintendent, Contra Costa County Office of Education
  • Mayor Bob Taylor, City of Brentwood
  • Roy Ghiggeri- Trustee Liberty Union High School District
  • Emil Geddes- Trustee, Brentwood Unified School District
  • Scott Dudek- Trustee, Brentwood Unified School District
  • Erick Stonebarger- Councilmember, City of Brentwood
  • Joel Bryant- Vice Mayor, City of Brentwood
  • Brentwood Police Officers Association
  • East Bay Times-http://www.eastbaytimes.com/brentwood/ci_29738109/editorial-elect-steve-barr-contra-costa-supervisor
  • Frank Spinelli
  • Mary Black, Retired Educator
  • Mark Dwelley, Dwelley Farms
  • Glenn & Jeanie Stonebarger, G&S Farms
  • Leonard & Sharon Del Chiaro- Business owner/ Farmer
  • John Fink- Planning Commissioner, City of Brentwood
  • Bob Brockman- Former Brentwood Councilmember/ Business owner
  • Brian Swisher- Former Brentwood Mayor
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Source: Contra Costa County Election Department

As a County Supervisor representing District III, my focus will be on representing needs of our communities as well as working collaboratively as a member of the Board of Supervisors to address the needs of Contra Costa County. From agriculture to industry, from unincorporated areas to cities, we are a diverse county with a wide range of needs and issues, which requires members of the Board of Supervisors to have background with fiscal accountability, respect for multiple perspectives, experience with services overseen by this body, and personal skill sets of building consensus and developing positive working relationships.

Ten years of elected public service and thirty years small business owner provide me with a strong background to represent you as District III Supervisor. During my completed terms as trustee for Liberty Union High School District, as a member of Brentwood City Council in my second term and as a Director of East Contra Costa Fire District, I have been held accountable for fiscal and policy decisions that impact the welfare for a community and have always strived to accomplish common goals that benefit all parties. My experience includes budget development, pension negotiations, fire and police services prioritization, inter-agency council involvement, and Land Use and General Plan implementation.

I take pride in a job done well and have established myself as a person who listens, researches issues, and prepares thoroughly so that I can make informed decisions to benefit my community. With your vote I will commit myself to continue to do so as a Supervisor representing District III.

www.stevebarr2016.com

East Bay Regional Park District Board Director
9,383 votos (22.96%)Winning
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  • Public Safety- Crime Prevention, Sheriff Services & Fire Protection
  • Protect the Delta, Open Spaces & Agricultural
  • Grow Our Economy- Improve Roads & Infrastructure, Bring Good Paying Jobs to East County, Bring Training to Youth & Underemployed while ensuring fiscal accountability & transparency.
Profesión:Executive Director, Friends of Marsh Creek Watershed & Board Trustee for East Bay Regional Park District
Executive Director, Friends of Marsh Creek Watershed (2007current)
Director, East Bay Regional Park District — Cargo elegido (2014current)
ABAG Regional Planning Commission, ABAG Regional Planning Commission — Cargo designado (2015current)
City Council, Oakley City Council — Cargo elegido (20122014)
League of Cities East Bay Division, League of Cities East Bay Division — Cargo designado (20132014)
Delta Protection Commission, Delta Protection Commission — Cargo designado (20132014)

Diane Burgis has lived in Contra Costa most of her life.  She is the Executive Director of Friends of Marsh Creek, a non-profit that promotes the preservation and protection of Marsh Creek through community service events, outreach, habitat restoration, and water quality monitoring.

Diane previously served on the Oakley City Council and now serves as Ward 7 Director of East Bay Regional Park District

Diane serves on the Regional Planning Committee for the Association of Bay Area Governments.

Diane has over 10 years as a small business owner and understands that small businesses are the economic engine of our communities.

Diane chose to raise her three boys in Oakley because she wanted them to grow up in a safe community that offered good schools in a place they could be proud of.

Diane believes that public safety, transportation, jobs, the Delta, education, access to health services, and a balance of open space and development of housing are priorities for the district.  She will continue to work diligently with all stakeholders to develop and maintain the livable communities that all District III residents count on.

Diane's past experiences include serving on the Delta Protection Commission, Executive Board of the East Bay League of Cities, Transportation Communications and Public Works Policy Committee for the League of California Cities.

Diane has been recognized over the years for serving her community: 2011 Contra Costa County Watershed Champion, 2012 California State Assembly District 15 Woman of the Year, 2015 Youth Champion Award by Earn and Learn in collaboration with the Contra Costa Economic Partnership, Diablo Gateways to Innovation Consortium and the Workforce Development Board of Contra Costa County, & 2016 Contra Costa Commission for Women Hall of Fame.

Over the years, Diane has been consistent in doing the work as an advocate for the district on multiple levels. Working on important issues such as protecting the Delta issues, ensuring public safety, health services, housing, fire services, and economic develoment is not something new for Diane...she has experience, the relationships, and the ability to continue this work as District III Supervisor.

 

  • Honorable Joan Buchanan
  • Diane Gibson- Gray, Antioch Unified School Trustee
  • Supervisor Mary Nejedly Piepho
  • Beverly Lane, East Bay Regional Park (EBRPD) District Director
  • Ayn Weiskamp East Bay Regional Park District Director
  • Loella Haskew, Mayor of Walnut Creek
  • Tom Butt, Mayor of Richmond
  • Rob Schroder, Mayor of Martinez
  • Kathy Miller, San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors
  • Jim Spering, Solano County Board of Supervisors
  • John Gioia, Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors
  • Kristina Lawson, Former Walnut Creek Mayor and Councilwoman
  • Debra Vinson, Antioch Unified School District Director
  • Susan Morgan, Ironhouse Sanitary District Director
  • Gabriel Quinto, El Cerrito City Council
  • Janet Abelson, El Cerrito City Council & Former Mayor
  • Ray Valverde, Board Member at Liberty Union High School Board of Trustees
  • Lara DeLaney, Martinez City Council
  • Yolanda Pena Mendrek, Board Member at Liberty Union High School District
  • Bob Simmons, Walnut Creek City Council and Former Mayor
  • Chris Steele, Director & Former President of Town of Discovery Bay CSD
  • Ron Leone, Concord Vice Mayor
  • Greg Enholm, Contra Costa College District Director
  • Vanessa Perry, Oakley City Council
  • Bette Boatmun, Contra Costa County Water District Director
  • John Coleman, East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) Director
  • Whitney Dodson, East Bay Regional Park (EBRPD) District Director
  • John Sutter, East Bay Regional Park (EBRPD) District Director
  • Tim Farley, Contra Costa College District Director
  • Doug Siden, East Bay Regional Park (EBRPD) District Director
  • Dennis Waespi, East Bay Regional Park (EBRPD) District Director
  • Pat Anderson, Former Oakley Councilmember
  • League of Conservation Voters of the East Bay
  • Pat Anderson, Former Oakley City Councilmember and First Mayor
  • Honorable Joan Buchanan
  • Jack Roddy, Roddy Ranch & Pro Rodeo Hall of Famer
  • Gene Metz, John Marsh Historical Trust
  • Kate Perry, Contra Costa County Teacher of the Year 2015
  • John Sierra, Teacher, Environmental Advocate, and Northern California Teacher of the Year 2014
  • Steve Verduzco, Our Town Brentwood
  • Meghan & David Bell, East County Little League, Community Activist
  • Dawn Morrow, Graphic Artist & Community Organizer
  • Kathi Reed, Former President of Brentwood Chamber of Commerce
  • Rick Lemyre, Former Editor of the Brentwood & Oakley Press/ Executive Director John Marsh Historical
  • Ron Brown, Former Save Mount Diablo ED
  • Beverly Knight, Antioch Parks & Recreation Commissioner & Empower Antioch
  • Lori Cook, Antioch Parks & Recreation Commissioner
  • Sandra Myers, Brentwood Park and Rec Commissioner
  • Marci Sturgill, Business Owner of Lumpy’s Diner
  • Alex Ghiozzi, Owner of Cruise One & President of John Marsh Historic Trust
  • Harry Thurston, Antioch Police Crime Prevention Commission
  • Kimberly Buchholz, Owner Providence Bar & Eatery
  • Valerie Azevedo Castaldi, Teacher & Community Organizer
  • Kirsten Rigsby, Executive DirectorVillage Community Resource Center
  • Kelly Bennett Mykrantz Owner Horsetown Tack
  • Charleen Earley, Publisher Delta Living Magazine & John Marsh Historic Trust
  • Diane Gibson- Gray, Executive Director for the Arts & Cultural Foundation of Antioch
  • Anastasia Billings, Teacher & Relay for Life Organizer
  • Steve Nosanchuk, Former President of Oakley Chamber of Commerce
  • Imelda Diaz-Rios, Community Organizer
  • Jeff Warrenburg, Antioch Chamber of Commerce and Business Owner
  • Jeff Warrenburg, Antioch Chamber of Commerce and Business Owner
  • Seth Adams, Save Mount Diablo
  • Kirsten Rigsby, Executive Director Village Community Resource Center
1.
Cost of living

Do you see the rising cost of living in Contra Costa as a problem, and if so, what solutions do you propose?

Respuesta de Diane Burgis:

 

 

 

 

I believe the rising cost of living in Contra Costa County is a problem.  Many of us are recovering from the recent recession, but the cost of living is out-pacing increased earnings.  My solutions include:

Expanding Economic Development including through the revitalization of the Northern Waterfront, investing in infrastructure, and continuing the expansion of our transportation infrastructure while maintaining our roads. East Contra Costa County has so much potential and I intend to be an advocate, ambassador and champion for bringing legitimate good paying jobs that will stimulate and grow East County. These efforts will include engaging various industry leaders, local leaders and identifying the opportunities to bring it all together. Business will not be convinced to come out this way until we make it a little easier to get out here so I will work to make sure transportation improvements and expansion continues and that we work together to bring the infrastructure we need to make us an appealing place to build a business.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Source: Contra Costa County Election Department

I will bring a fresh approach and perspective to finding solutions to the challenges we face in East County. My priorities are to: improve public safety, increase economic development and job creation, ensure fiscal accountability and transparency, and develop solutions to reduce traffic and improve infrastructure.

As executive director of Friends of Marsh Creek Watershed, a director on the East Bay Regional Parks District Board and a former member of the Delta Protection Commission, I understand Delta water issues and have the regional experience needed to combat the drought, protect our water supply and quality, and improve our environment.

My experience as a former small business owner and member of the Oakley City Council has prepared me to responsibly manage the county’s budget, ensure the effective delivery of county services, and combat waste.

I will actively represent all of our District with integrity and work to solve regional issues that affect us all like fire protection and police services, transportation and infrastructure, preserving the Delta and open space, health care, and social services.

Our district has so much potential! I look forward to the opportunity to be the champion on the Board of Supervisors for our families and businesses. I am the proud mother of three sons, one still in high school. Like you, I moved to East County for good schools, affordable houses, and safe communities.

I am honored to be endorsed by our current Contra Costa County Supervisor Mary Piepho, Contra Costa County Supervisor John Gioia, former Assemblywoman Joan Buchanan and many elected officials and community leaders. I would appreciate your vote. www.dianeburgis.com

Small Businessman/Councilman
7,516 votos (18.39%)
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  • Financial Responsibility & Public Safety - cut wasteful spending, reprioritize spending for more DA's, Sheriffs and Fire service.
  • Improved Transportation & Local Jobs - for better communiting and getting residents out of the commute and work close to home.
  • Protect the Delta & Open Space - No to the Delta Tunnels, preserve the Urban Limit Line
Profesión:Owner, Hardcastle's RV Center since 1972
Mayor 2014-15, Vice Mayor 2013-14 & Councilman, Oakley City Council — Cargo elegido (2012current)
Chairman, Transplan, State Route 4 Bypass Authority & East Contra Costa Regional Fee & Financing Authority (for roads) — Cargo designado (2016current)
Vice Chairman, Tri Delta Transit (East County bus system) — Cargo designado (2016current)
President & Member, Ironhouse Sanitary District Board — Cargo elegido (20002012)

Current:

Member, Project Committee - You, Me, We = Oakley!

 - Annual Heart of Oakley Festival multicultural events

Member, Brentwood Rotary Club

Member, Contra Costa Farm Bureau

Past:

Member, Board of Directors, East Diablo Youth Soccer League

Vice President, Oakley Chamber of Commerce

President & Chaplain, Oakley Delta Lions Club

Coach, Pony League

Military Service

United States Army 1969 -1972

- Specialist, Crew Chief, Chinook helicopter Flight Engineer

Honors & Awards

2006 Oakley Business Person of the Year

2007 Oakley Citizen of the Year Nominee

Personal

Oakley resident since 1980

Contra Costa resident since birth, born in Walnut Creek, July 24, 1951

Graduate of Ygnacio Valley High School, 1969

Married to Linda “Lyn” for 43 years with two children, J.D. and Andrea, and four grandchildren

Choir Member, Golden Hills Community Church, 2001-Present

  • Lynne Leach, Former State Assemblywoman
  • Manny Soliz, Former Mayor Pro Tem of Antioch
  • Sue Rainey, Former Mayor of Walnut Creek & Moraga
  • Jim Davis, Former Mayor of Antioch
  • Richard Rainey, Former State Senator & Contra Costa County Sheriff
  • Rich Kinney, Mayor of San Pablo
  • Bill Baker, Former Congressman
  • John Nejedly, Trustee, Contra Costa Community College District Board
  • Joanne Byer, President, Liberty Union High School District Board of Trustees
  • Randy Pope, Vice Mayor of Oakley
  • Kevin Romick, Mayor of Oakley
  • Don Amador, Western Representative, Blue Ribbon Coalition, for off-road recreation
  • Al Kappadahl, Former VP, Mt. Diablo-Silverado Council, Boy Scouts of America
  • Roger Mammon, Restore the Delta
  • John Herrington, Former U.S. Secretary of Energy & Contra Costa businessman
  • Ronald Reagan, Chair, Contra Costa Aviation Advisory Committee
  • Mike Bellotti, ESPN Analyst, former Head Coach, University of Oregon football, Member, College Football Hall of Fame
  • Raymond Coelho, farmer
  • Tom Bloomfield, farmer
  • Rico Cinquini, past Oakley Citizen of the Year
Investigó por Voter’s Edge.
Source: Contra Costa County Election Department

It’s time for new leadership in Contra Costa that will put the people back in control of their government and to elect a representative that understands the value of a dollar.

As the owner of a business in our county for over 40 years, having raised a family here, plus my service as an Army veteran, and as Mayor and Council Member for the City of Oakley, 12 years as Director on the Ironhouse Sanitary Board, and as Chairman of Transplan in East County, I believe I offer the best combination of experience, commitment and knowledge of the issues to be your next Supervisor.

I’m running because I care about the future of our county, not only for my wife and family, but for all of our families, to ensure they’re safe and that we maximize the use of your tax dollars. We must also complete our transportation system, bring jobs to our county and protect our Delta and open space.

That’s why I have the backing of leaders including former Congressman Bill Baker, former State Senator and Sheriff Richard Rainey, former Assemblywoman Lynne Leach, Oakley Mayor Kevin Romick and Councilman Randy Pope, College Board Trustee John Nejedly, former Antioch Mayor Jim Davis and Councilman Manny Soliz, Jr. and others.

Together we can make a difference. With your vote, your voice will be heard.

For more information, please call (925) 755-5053, visit my website at www.doughardcastle.com, or follow me on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter @doughardcastle.

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Wade Harper

Mayor/Retired Policeman
6,080 votos (14.88%)
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Source: Contra Costa County Election Department

I am running for supervisor because Contra Costa County is in need of effective leadership to address public safety issues, properly staff our Sheriff’s Department and fire stations, to build trust with employee groups, and build collaborative community partnerships.

I HAVE PREPARED AND EDUCATED MYSELF TO LEAD - As a leader with an MBA in Leadership and a BA in Pastoral Studies I have the education and experience in creating and implementing a clear strategic plan to hold organizations accountable to solve problems.

I HAVE LED - As the only candidate who is a directly-elected mayor of Antioch, the largest city in District III, and 24-year law enforcement veteran police manager (retired), I have unique experience in addressing issues such as protecting our water rights, reducing crime and blight, paying down unfunded liabilities and pensions, and fiscal stewardship.

I AM LEADING – As mayor I serve as a director for various boards and commissions in the county. For example, as chair of Delta Diablo Sanitation, we received the prestigious “Catalyst of the Year” award. This award was provided to Delta Diablo for leadership, collaboration and innovation. I was also elected as chairman of the Contra Costa County Conference of Mayors, which allows me lead the mayors in the county in discussing important issues such as Delta Protection, Transportation, and confer with our legislators.

I WILL LEAD - with excellence and integrity and I will lead the charge in restoring trust in county leadership.
Therefore, I respectfully request your vote.
Thank you,

Wade Harper

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Monica E. Wilson

Councilmember/Workforce Representative
3,827 votos (9.36%)
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Source: Contra Costa County Election Division

My drive to serve the public comes from my parents who were able to afford a home and start a family in Northern California. After buying a home myself in Antioch right before the 2008 economic crash, I was laid off from my job and depleted my life savings to stay afloat.

Many East Contra Costa County residents were hit hard by the economic collapse, and so I went to work organizing the community. I joined Mills College where I guided students on the best way to fulfill their goals in a new economic environment and supported programs for the youth.

I have over a decade of experience in business development and workforce training. Elected in 2012 as an Antioch Councilmember, I used my background and business experience to help the City of Antioch expand public services and grow in a financially responsible way, and championed local measures to hire more police and reduce crime.

I am honored to have the support and endorsements from leaders like State Controller Betty Yee, Chairwoman on the Board of Equalization Fiona Ma, Assemblymember Jim Frazier, former Antioch Mayor Donald P. Freitas, and the California Nurses Association.

I am running for Supervisor to continue fighting for East Contra Costa County, boosting our local economy, and to continue expanding opportunities for every resident. I respectfully ask you for your vote.

For more information, visit www.MonicaWilsonforSupervisor.com

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Odessa Lefrancois

Respiratory Therapist
2,487 votos (6.09%)
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  • Transporation Improvement
  • Safer Communities
  • Protecting Our Waterways
Profesión:Respiratory Therapist, and Retired United States Navy Veteran
Staff RespiratoryTherapist, Contra Costa Regional Medical Center and Kaiser Walnut Creek (2004current)
Chapman University Bachelor of Arts, Social Science (2001)
  • Numerous Faith Based Organizations, State Assemblyman Isadore Hall and numerous residents in district 3

Eventos

Videos

Candidate Forum Contra Costa County Supervisor District 3 — April 29, 2016 Contra Costa County TV
Candidate Forum sponsored by League of Women Voters Diablo Valley and League of Women Voters West Contra Costa and Contra Costa Election Division
Candidates for the Contra Costa County Supervisor 3rd District Candidates: Odessa Lefrancois, Diane Burgis, Steve Barr, Monica Wilson, Doug Hardcastle and Wade Harper. nterviewers: Daniel Borenstein and Dan Hatfield.
Contra Costa Supervisor 3rd District issues — May 18, 2016 East Bay Times
Contra Costa County Supervisor District 3 candidates meet with the East Bay Times editorial board. Odessa Lefrancois, Diane Burgis, Steve Barr, Monica Wilson, Doug Hardcastle and Wade Harper. Interviewers are Dan Borenstein and Dan Hatfield

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