These are just a few of the topics and names I think about when I think of SamTrans.
SamTrans spent $300,000 of Taxpayer money for “Education” Measure W 2018. I think Jim Hartnett and the Board should pay that back. The public never asked to be educated. Same goes for the Supervisors who spent $350,000 of Taxpayers money.
Yes on W San Mateo County Neighbors for Congestion Relief raised $882,369.74 through 10/20/2018. That is all private funding and that is fine.
Here are the Neighbors that donated
The No on W raised about $5,700. The measure is failing at this moment.
SMC Grand Jury Warned Residents of Elected Officials misleading the Voters
Citizens stand for Whistleblowers
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This was the only debate I found, seems strange for such an important position that no televised debates took place.
I have learned from San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy Heinz Puschendorf who ran as a write in candidate for Sheriff in the June 2018 election, to not vote until the last day.
Do your own homework, think for yourself, vote.
By Michael G. Stogner
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