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Mayor Candace Andersen for County Supervisor District 2 (Video)

On Danville RADIO's five-part Interview with Mayor Candace Andersen, for Contra Costa County Supervisor District 2.

On Danville RADIO's five-part interview with Mayor Candace Andersen for County Supervisor District ll.

Part 1: Stop Pension Abuses; Ensure their Sustainability,
and Exercise Fiscal Responsibility

Part 2: Improve Public Safety in our County

Part 3: Provide Support for Businesses and Increase Job Creation

Part 4: Protect the Quality of Life in Contra Costa County

Part 5: Closing remarks

More info: www.LeadContraCosta.com or 925-238-VOTE

"Remember change is remote - If you don't VOTE"

 

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Rosemary May 16, 2012 at 06:31 PM
I'm reminded of Lee Lee's interview with Miss Juana.
Frank Mockery May 16, 2012 at 08:23 PM
Candace Andersen violated her oath of office to uphold state law when she took the lead in banning cannabis dispensaries in Danville. Now she wants the opportunity to obstruct the rights of even more voters by running for Supervisor. Putting her personal agenda ahead of the will of California voters makes her uniquely unqualified for her present office,much less higher office. Don't reward her unwarranted & illegal attack on cannabis patients & the dispensaries that serve them with your votes. Tell your friends & neighbors DON'T VOTE FOR CANDACE ANDERSEN for any office she aspires to,now or ever !
Bong Sativa May 17, 2012 at 07:26 AM
Candace Andersen is the GOP candidate of the rich & privileged,endorsed by only the rich,the privileged, a handful in law enforcement & the bird cage liner. Compare her endorsements with those of her opponent Tomi Van de Brooke & your choice is clear. Elect Tomi Van de Brooke the most qualified & level headed candidate for Supervisor in District 2.

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