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Central Committee, District 4 — Contra Costa County Democratic Party

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Greg Sanborn

Democratic
Managing Principal, The Diablo Group
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Susan Hamill

Democratic
Clinical Laboratory Scientist
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Democratic
utility consumer attorney; Incumbent...
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Democratic
Technical Consultant
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Public Benefits Administrator
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Greg Sanborn

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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Electing Democrats to all levels of government
  • Building a strong Democratic Party organization now and for the future
  • Encouraging a grassroots participation through the development of active local Democratic Clubs

Experience

Experience

Profession:Managing Principal, The Diablo Group

Biography

Biographical Highlights:

* Occupation: Incumbent

* Elected Member & Treasurer, Democratic Party of Contra Costa County, 4th District

* 4th District Representative to the Executive Board, Democratic Party of Contra Costa County

* 14th Assembly District Delegate, California Democratic Party

* Member of Finance Committee (2012-2015), California Democratic Party

* Awarded 2001 Alameda County Democrat of the Year by the Alameda County Democratic Party

* Past President/Member, of Fifteen local Democratic Clubs

* Managing Principal of The Diablo Group, Master Degree in Business Administration (M.B.A.) &

   Bachelors Degree (B.S.) in Business Administration/Economics

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  • Hon. Edi Birsan, Councilmember, City of Concord

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  • Evolve, a Grassroots Community Organization
Democratic
Clinical Laboratory Scientist
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Help elect more Democrats in partisan and non-partisan offices in Contra Costa County. The DPCCC is developing programs to help recruit, educate and support Democratic candidates. I would like to help the DPCCC achieve this goal.
  • Perform Voter Registration in Contra Costa County. I have set up and participated in many voter registration events. I am currently working on a project to do voter registration in High Schools in Contra Costa County.
  • Health Care access for all. I have worked extensively on this with Covered California. I also support the Contra Costa Cares program and have participated in HealthCare4All events to encourage the Contra Costa Board of Supervisors to authorize init

Experience

Experience

Profession:Clinical Laboratory Scientist
Clinical Laboratory Scientist, University of California, San Francisco (2010–2016)
Clinical Laboratory Scientist, John Muir Health, Walnut Creek, CA (2003–2009)
Clinical Laboratory Technologist Senior Specialist, University of California, Davis (1991–2001)
Clinical Laboratory Technologist Supervisor, University of California, San Francisco (1985–1991)
Clinical Laboratory Technologist Specialist, University of California, Davis (1973–1985)

Education

University of San Francisco Masters Degree in Public Administration, Health Care Services, Administration of Health Care Facilities (1988)
University of California, Davis Certificate of Completion, eligibility for National and State Licensing exam, Clinical Laboratory Technology clinical training program (1974)
California State University, Sacramento Bachelor of Science, Major in Biology, Minor in Chemistry (1973)

Biography

 I am recently retired from a 30+ year career.  I have always believed we should participate in Community Service activities to keep our communities strong and viable.  The quality of life in our cities and towns is only sustained with the help of many volunteers.   So, during these work years I have participated in many community service activities including; being a Girl Scout leader, assisting in horseback riding therapy for autistic children, participating in CERT and the Walnut Creek Community Service Day, and volunteering at ARF and the Ruth Bancroft Garden.  

Since Clinical Laboratory Science is not a well-advertised allied health care profession, I like to let young people know about this career. I did two career day presentations this March, one at Riverside Middle School and another at Foothill Middle School.  It was my second round at both schools and I hope to participate again next year. 

A larger project I undertook began in early 2013, with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) I created the Contra Costa ACA team.  We were an all-volunteer group and participated in Covered California’s Community Outreach program.  Over the next two open enrollment cycles, we held over 150 events in Contra Costa County, primarily in our libraries, that offered education and enrollment in Covered California programs, as well as MediCal via our partnership with the Contra Costa County Health Care Services.  We were commended for our work, by then Congressman George Miller, in a letter to the Board of Supervisors of Contra Costa County.  Congressman Miller also bestowed individual letters of appreciation on the members of our entire Contra Costa ACA team.

In 2015 I attended in the Walnut Creek Citizen's Institute.  This program game me a lot information and direction as to where I might find other opportunities to participate in my community.  I am just beginning that new journey.

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Organizations (2)

  • Contra Costa Young Democrats
  • Evolve www.evolve-ca.org

Elected Officials (5)

  • Susan Bonilla, Assembly Member, AD14
  • Joan Buchanan, formerly Assembly Member, AD16
  • Edi Birsan, Concord Council Member, District 4
  • Monica Wilson, Antioch Council Member, District 3
  • Gabe Quintero, El Cerrito Council Member, DPCCC Region 1

Individuals (7)

  • Karen Cohen, President, Diablo Valley Democratic Club
  • Katie Ricklefs, President, LaMorinda Democratic Club
  • Ellis Goldberg, President, Tri-Valley Democratic Club
  • Brodie Hilp, President, San Ramon Valley Democratic Club
  • Jim Donnelly, 1st Vice Chair, DPCCC Executive Committee
  • Richard Mossman, 2nd Vice Chair, DPCCC Executive Committee
  • Sally Sweetser, Chair, Rules Committee, DPCCC

Political Beliefs

 

 

 

 

I have been a lifelong Democrat because all the basic issues in the party’s platform match my personal beliefs.  A few of my primary issues are healthcare (support of the ACA), continuing Social Security, marriage equality for all, cutting taxes for the middle class, climate change, gun control, support of public education and a woman’s right to choose.

 

I would like to increase my participation in the Democratic Party Central Committee and represent Democrats in the 4th Supervisory District.  I am running to be an elected member of this body to become a full voting member.  I am currently an Associate member, with appointments to the Rules sub-committee and Clubs sub-committee.  

 

Local Democratic Party Participation History -

 

I am a Member of the Diablo Valley Democratic Club and the LaMorinda Democratic Club. 

 

State of California Democratic Party Participation History -

 

I have been an elected delegate to the California Democratic Party for the last five years; first for Assembly District 16 in 2011-2012, and after redistricting, for District 14 from 2013 to the present.   I have fulfilled the duties and responsibilities of this office by attending all the conventions, participating in caucuses and being present and voting on all appropriate party business.  Since 2014, I have been a member of the Voter Services standing committee of the California Democratic Party and have increased my participation by attending the statewide E-board meeting.   The E-board meetings occur between the annual conventions.

 

National Democratic Party Participation History -

I ran and was elected to be a Delegate for Congressional District 11 to the National Democratic Party Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina in 2012.

 

 

 

 

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Democratic
Utility Consumer Attorney
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Making sure the Committee gets CHERYL COOK-KALLIO elected to retake AD-16 and endorses and elects a FULL SLATE OF PROGRESSIVE CANDIDATES for local offices
  • Encouraging all Contra Costa residents to register Democratic and ensuring that EVERY VOTE COUNTS.
  • Revitalizing the Central Committee by adding club representatives, selected local officials, and our most valuable volunteers as VOTING COMMITTEE MEMBERS.

Experience

Experience

Profession:utility consumer attorney; Incumbent Central Committee parliamentarian; voter protection attorney
Attorney, specializing in utility law and voting rights, self-employed (2012–current)
Parliamentarian, Member Rules Committee, Member Endorsements Committee, CONTRA COSTA COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE — Elected position (2015–current)
Member, Rules Committee, Endorsements Committee, CONTRA COSTA COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE — Appointed position (2015–current)
Delegate, Assembly District 16, CALIFORNIA DEMOCRATIC STATE COMMITTEE — Elected position (2014–current)
Voter Protection Representative to the Contra Costa County Registrar o, DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS OF THE CALIFORNIA STATE ASSEMBLY — Appointed position (2014–2014)
Deputy Director, Administrative Conference of the United States (federal agency) (2010–2012)
Delegate, Member of the Credentials Committee, Member of the Rules Com, DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION — Elected position (1976–2004)

Education

Oxford University Ph.D., regulatory economics (Rhodes Scholar) (2012)
Yale Law School J.D., labor law; anti-discrimination and civil rights law; voting rights and election law; consumer protection (2009)
Princeton University B.A., Public Affairs (Politics) (2004)

Community Activities

Board Member, Meals on Wheels, Senior Outreach Services (2016–current)
Legislative Representative, PTA, Las Trampas Regional Council (2013–2016)
convention floor whip, Obama for President (2004–2004)

Biography

Scott lives with his wife Linda and daughters Melina and Annie in Walnut Creek, which currently has no members on the County Central Committee.   Linda works for the University of California at the Lawrence Hall of Science.   Melina and Annie attend Walnut Creek Intermediate School.   Scott grew up near Washington DC, but his daughters are fourth-generation East Bay.

Scott graduated Princeton University summa cum laude and Yale Law School.  His college thesis wrote about the Civil Rights Division in the Kennedy Administration and its struggle to secure voting rights for Southern blacks.  He used the Freedom of Information Act to disclose more than 100,000 FBI and Justice Department documents, which are now on deposit in the Kennedy Library.  In her memoir, Justice Sotomayor wrote of her classmate that “integrity has remain[ed] evident over his distinguished professional life in public service.”  While he was a graduate student at Princeton’s Wilson School of Public Affairs, Scott won a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford University, where he completed his doctorate in regulatory economics and politics. 

Since high school, when he fought against California’s winner-take-all primary on the floor of the Democratic National Convention, Scott has been committed to the Democratic Party.  In college, he was an uncommitted Rules Committee member to the 1976 Convention, and helped manage Governor Brown’s successful floor fight to assure that future conventions were equally divided between men and women.  He served as staff counsel to the Winograd and Hunt reform commissions, and as legal adviser to the Association of State Democratic Chairs.  He has attended 10 national conventions, as delegate, standing committee member, campaign staff, or DNC staff.  In 2004, he was Senator Kerry’s representative to California’s Secretary of State and organized delegate selection statewide.  In 2006, he ran voter protection for Senator Tester of Montana, whose upset victory by 1600 votes changed control of the United States Senate.  In 2008, he was a floor whip for President Obama.

Professionally, Scott served as counsel to the House Telecom Subcommittee during the AT&T divestiture.  He drafted a comprehensive rewrite of the 1934 Telecom Act that proposed to reorganize AT&T and to extend FCC jurisdic­tion over emerging services (using language that would have included internet transmissions).   Scott prepared a letter from a bipartisan group of Congressmen proposing changes to the AT&T consent decree, most of which Judge Greene adopted (citing the letter 13 times).  After his public service, Scott helped restructure Montana Power to separate competitive ventures from regulated operations as a management consultant at McKinsey & Co.  He also served a variety of clients of McKinsey’s technology strategy and organizational practices.

In 1990, Scott was the chief witness for the state attorney general in the New York Telephone rate case.   He conducted depositions and large-scale electronic discovery (new at the time) that detailed systematic overcharges of NYT by unregulated NYNEX affiliates.   Based on his disclosures, the FCC levied its largest fine ever.  At the time, the disallowances made by the New York utility commission were also the largest ever levied in any state.  Scott co-managed a retrospective audit that provided additional refunds to ratepayers.  He also testified in the subsequent criminal case brought against NYNEX by the U.S. Department of Justice.

Scott returned to his home state of Maryland, where he served as the Public Service Commission’s first telecom director.  Scott advised the British Labour Party on the privatization of British Telecom and the Dutch government on the sale and regulation of its telephone monopoly.  When the Berlin Wall fell, Scott was in Poland helping the first post-communist government plan the reorganization and eventual sale of its largest state enterprises.  Under a UN contract, he advised the Vietnamese finance ministry on privatization and industrial regulation.

When he moved to California in 2000, Scott worked as director of business development for a GPS chip manufacturer and later as an attorney in private practice.  He developed an election law practice and represented intervenors before the California Public Utilities Commission in regulatory proceedings, including the PG&E backruptcy.   The CPUC staff selected him as a finalist for general counsel immediately before President Peevey arrived.  Scott was Senator Kerry’s statutory representative to the California Secretary of State during the 2004 presidential campaign.  He has also performed extensive pro bono work on behalf of veterans.

In Washington, Scott served as deputy director for research at the Administrative Conference of the U.S., a federal research agency that proposes government-wide reforms to make administrative processes fairer and more efficient.  During this period, the ACUS membership (a group that includes the general counsels of most federal agencies) made recommendations regarding collaborative regulatory enforcement, e-rulemaking, the Sunshine Act, the deportation backlog, social security adjudications and other subjects.   

Political Beliefs

I am committed to progressive ideals of promoting economic growth, reducing income inequality, guaranteeing equal opportinity, respecting individual rights, including the right to marry, protecting refugees and other migrants, and protecting human rights in our foreign policy.

But my strongest commitment is to democracy itself, which is threatened when all votes are not counted or when voting is made difficult for any citizen.  The more people register and vote, the more progressive values succeed.  Therefore, I believe we must provide every opportunity to allow citizens to register in the party of their choice and encourage them to exercise their right to vote.  During the Bush Administration, I filed a lawsuit challenging the military's policy of forcing enlisted men to waive ballot secrecy, which is not only an individual right, but an obligation to protect elections from bribery and coercion.   On a pro bono basis, I represented the chairman of the Santa Clara party in his six-year lawsuit to require the VA to allow nonpartisan voter registration assistance on VA campuses.   (Both policies were changed when Obama became President.)  Some questioned these efforts, believing the soldiers and veterans tend to vote Republican.   If the Democratic Party does not compete for the enlisted men in today's military, it cannot succeed.   And the veterans instututionalized in Menlo Park and other California nursing homes are overwhelmingly Democratic.  But such calculations are irrelevant.  The Democratic Party must fight to empower everyone to vote, even if some vote wrong.   When more people vote, including the marginalized within society, our progressive values prevail.   

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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Elect Democrats at every level of government who support our values.
  • Ensure that voters and elected officials and informed about and understand our positions and values and that the Party take a position on issues that reflects those values.
  • Continue the work I have begun in reorganizing the local party so that it is open, fair, and inclusive of all persons without regard to classifications such as gender, race, sexual orientation, economic status, etc.

Experience

Experience

Profession:Technical Consultant
Technical Consultant, Digital Smarts (Self-Employed) (2015–current)
Chair, Democratic Party of Contra Costa County — Elected position (2015–current)
AD14 Delegate, California Democratic Party — Elected position (2013–current)
AD14 Executive Board Representative, California Democratic Party — Elected position (2013–current)
Business Systems Information Manager, California Transplant Donor Network/Donor Network West (2010–2015)
Bylaws Chair, Democratic Party of Contra Costa County — Appointed position (2012–2014)
Endorsements Chair, Democratic Party of Contra Costa County — Appointed position (2014–2014)
Technical Consultant and Trainer, Digital Smarts (Self-Employed) (2005–2010)
Operations Program Manager, Microsoft (1998–2005)
Business Systems Analyst (International and Financial), Multiple Zones International (1997–1998)

Education

University of Phoenix Masters in Information Systems (MIS), Information Systesm (2011)
University of Washington Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Communications (1996)
Northwestern University Radio/TV/Film (1990)

Community Activities

Board Member and Regatta Chair, Lake Merritt Rowing Club (2012–2013)
Elections Clerk/Elections Inspector, San Joaquin County Registrar of Voters (2008–2009)
Chair, Seattle Metropolitan Elections Committee (LGBT) (2005–2006)
Secretary, GLEAM (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Employees at Microsoft) (2004–2006)
Secretary, PFLAG Bellevue (WA) (2002–2006)

Who supports this candidate?

Organizations (2)

  • EVOLVE
  • Contra Costa Young Democrats

Individuals (2)

  • Hilary Crosby, CDP Controller
  • Commander Zoe Dunning, SC, USNR (Ret.), Chair Alice Toklas Democratic Club, Vice-Chair SF DCCC

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Democratic
Public Benefits Administrator
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Educate our friends and neighbors about Democratic Values
  • Help elect great Democratic candidates
  • Support an open and welcoming Democratic Party in Contra Costa County

Experience

Experience

Profession:Public Benefits Administrator

Education

California State University, East Bay Master of Public Administration, Public Management (2010)
University of California, Davis B.A., Economics (2004)

Community Activities

Credentials Committee Member, California Democratic Party (2015–current)

Who supports this candidate?

Organizations (2)

  • SEIU Local 1021
  • Central Labor Council of Contra Costa County, AFL-CIO

Elected Officials (5)

  • Fiona Ma, Chair of the Board of Equalization
  • Mae Torlakson, Ambrose Recreation and Park District Board Member
  • Karen Mitchoff, Contra Costa County Supervisor, District IV
  • Gabriel Quinto, El Cerrito City Councilmember
  • AnaMarie Avila Farias, Martinez City Councilmember

Individuals (1)

  • Tim McGallian, Concord City Treasurer

Political Beliefs

I’ve lived in Concord for about thirty years, and I’ve worked on the front lines of our social safety net for the last ten, through the worst of the Great Recession. I believe that we can achieve an economy that works for working families, rewards job creators, and motivates us all to move ever forward. It will be the defining issue of our time, and we already know how to do it. When our grandparents’ generation stood together in their communities, unions, and congregations, they brought us living wages, public education, and civil rights… our industry and prosperity were the envy of the world.

 

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Charles Carpenter

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Member, Contra Costa County Democratic Central Committee, District 4
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Harmesh Kumar

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Psychologist
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Melanie Seton Smith

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County Management Employee
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Pamela Jo Aguilar

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Retired Deputy Clerk
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Casilda "Cassie" Gonzales

Democratic
Public Health Nurse
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