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November 8, 2016 — California General Election
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City CouncilCity of Daly CityNovember 8, 2016California General Election

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November 8, 2016California General Election

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Election Results

  • 100% of precincts reporting (34/34).
  • 323,303 ballots counted.

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Members of the city council draft and vote on city laws and appoint certain municipal officers and employees.
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Retired Police Officer
14,255 votes (30.5%)Winning
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  • Maintaining and Restoration of PUBLIC SAFETY
  • Sustaining a balanced budget with fiscal accountability
  • Affordable Housing for seniors, veterans, and young families
Profession:Planning Commissioner/Retired Police Officer
Master Instructor (Cyber Crime), San Diego Regional Training Center (1999current)
Planning Commissioner, Daly City Planning Division — Appointed position (2012current)
Police Officer - Sergeant/Inspector, City & County of San Francisco (19782011)
Commission on POST / Sacramento California POST Master Instructor, Adult Learning Concepts, Computer Forensics & Operations (1999)
SF State University Advanced POST (Peace Officers Standards of Training) State of California, Law Enforcement - Criminal Law (1988)
SF State University Intermediate POST (Peace Officers Standards of Training) State of California, Law Enforcement - Criminal Law (1983)
San Francisco Police Academy Basic POST (Peace Officer Standards of Training), Law Enforcement - Criminal Law (1979)
Board of Directors, San Francisco Police Credit Union (2010current)
1st Vice President, San Francisco Veterans Police Officers Association (2009current)
Treasurer, San Francisco Operation Dream (501c3) (2013current)
Board of Directors, Filipino American Chamber of Commerce of San Mateo County (2014current)
President, Filipino American Law Enforcement Officers Association (501c3) (20102014)

Glenn Sylvester has resided in Daly for the past twenty eight (28) years. He is proud to have served the community for over forty (40) and continues to do so as a Planning Commissioner and Former Chair in Daly City. Currently he serves on the Board of Directors and former chair of the SF Police Credit Union (www.sfpcu.org), Treasurer of SF Operation Dream (www.sfoperationdream.org), Vice President of the San Francisco Veterans Police Officers Association, and Director of the Filipino-American Chamber of Commerce of San Mateo County. 

  Glenn is originally from Brooklyn, New York, and made California his home in 1970 before moving to Daly City in 1988. He attended public schools in San Francisco and later joined the San Francisco Police Department in 1975 before retiring as a Sgt/Insp. of Police in March 2011. One of his major accomplishments was becoming a Master Instructor through POST (Peace Officer Standards of Training) in 1999, with a discipline in Computer Crime and Forensics. He currently travels throughout the state of California teaching law enforcement in the Identity Theft curriculum and Cyber Crime. He provides pro-bono training to teaching seniors and community groups in the area of Fraud, and online protection pro-bono.   Working and serving in a large city has reinforced the respect, sincerity, trust, and confidence for all people.   Glenn has been married for 42 years, and has four (4) children ranging in age from 22-40 years. All attended public schools in Daly City and now gainfully employed within public service in Law Enforcement and government fields.   In 2012, Glenn was appointed and asked to serve on Daly City’s Planning Commission and has been there since. Glenn remains genuine in his sincerity for others and considers his calling to keeping this world a better place for all.    Daly City is a remarkable place to live!

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  email: sylvesterfordccouncil2016@gmail.com or glenn@glennsylvester.org
Tel: 415-890-3107
Facebook: www.facebook.com/sylvesterglenn
  • California State Senator - Mark Leno
  • San Mateo Democratic Central Committee
  • San Mateo Labor Council
  • Daly City Mayor - Gonzalo "Sal" Torres
  • California State Senator — Mark Leno
  • San Mateo County Supervisor District 5 - Adrienne Tissier
  • Daly City Councilmember - Ray Buenaventura
  • Daly City Vice Mayor - David Canepa
  • San Francisco City & County Sheriff - Vicki Hennessy
  • California Assembly Member - Kevin Mullin
  • California Assemblymember - Phil Ting
  • San Francisco City & County Supervisor - Jane Kim
  • Former Mayor of Millbrae - Honorable Marge Colapietro
  • San Mateo County Sheriff - Carlos Bolanos
  • Daly City City Treasurer — Daneca Halvorson
  • Daly City President, Board Member Jefferson Union High School District — Rosie Tejada
  • Daly City Board Member Jefferson Union High School District — Kalimah Salahuddin
  • SSF Council Member — Liza Normandy
  • San Mateo County Community College District — Maurice Goodman
  • Daly City Board Member Jefferson Elementary School District — Clayton Koo
  • Daly City Board Member Jefferson Elementary School District — Marie Brizuela
  • San Mateo Democratic Central Committee
  • San Mateo Labor Council
  • Sierra Club - Loma Prieta Chapter
  • San Francisco Police Officers Association
  • Daly City Police Officers Association
  • Daly City Fire Firefighters Association - Local 1879
  • North Peninsula Democratic Club
  • American Federation of Teachers, AFT 3267
  • California Federation of Teachers
  • American Federation of Teachers, Local 3267
  • American Federation of Teachers
  • California Federation of Teachers
  • American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 829
  • AFSCME AFL-CIO Local 829
  • Friends of Fil-Am PAC
  • Plumbers, Steamfitters, and Refrigeration Fitters Local 467
  • Daly City Former Mayor - Honorable Jim Tucker
  • Daly City Commissioner Arts & Culture — Dorie Paniza
  • Daly City Commissioner Arts & Culture — Liaiga-Anoa'I Manufou
  • Daly City Commissioner Library Board of Trustees — Anastazja Simone Panazewicz Ragasa
  • Daly City Commissioner Personnel Board — Juslyn Manalo
  • Daly City Commissioner Personnel Board — Perla Ibarrientos
  • Daly City Former Commissioner Park and Recreation — Reyna Meafua
  • Former California Assembly Member - Gene Mullin
  • Daly City President Daly City Firefighters Association — Nick Gracia
  • San Francisco Police Officers Association President — Marty Halloran
  • Marian Mann - Community Activist
  • Daly City Commissioner Planning — Rick Crump
  • Daly City Commissioner Planning — Howard Edelman
  • Former Rent Review Commissioner for the Franciscan Mobile Home Park - Robert Quinn
  • Broadmoor Former Chief of Police - Greg Love
  • San Bruno Former Chief of Police /Former City Manager​ — Frank Hedley
  • Daly City Board Member Jefferson Union High School District — Andrew Lie

The United States of America is a great nation that I am proud to be a part of.   It's Democracy and Core Values is what makes our nation great.

As a police officer (retired), I am proud to have enforced all laws in the "spirit" as opposed to the letter. The beauty of which is that regardless of your color, creed, race, sex, natural origin, or sexual preference, all people enjoy these freedoms under the constitution.   I performed my duties on a daily basis with this in mind. Most often victims would be afraid to speak up in fear of deportation, yet, if they are victims, I treated them the same as if they were Citizens.

I strongly believe in supporting the oppressed and listen to thier concerns.  I don't support violence of any type.

I believe that our young children are our future and we must protect our environment so that they can thrive as I did.

In this political arena, I have learned a valuable lesson and that is "one becomes guilty by association".  In other words if someone supports you and another person(s) do not like that person, subsequently they don't like you.  I respect all affiliations and individual supportors, that is the democratic way.   Please consider the candidate and thier values.

I am confident that my service within the community for the past 40 years, is indicative as to the person I am and the respect I give to all. This coupled with Sincerity, Integrity, Active Listener and Experience, which are the qualities of a great candidate.   There are no skeletons in my closet, and no self serving interests. 

I humbly request your vote!

— September 21, 2016 Sylvesterfordccommittee2016

My Family, My Past and Present

Northern Peninsula Democratic Club Interview Panel — September 21, 2016 Millbrae Community Television

Interview with the Northern Peninsula Democratic Club

Community Engagement Associate
13,651 votes (29.2%)Winning
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  • Restoring Public Safety: Fire and Police. We should never compromise public safety in our neighborhoods, schools and community
  • Creating Affordable Housing Opportunities for Families and Seniors. A comprehensive approach to solving the affordable housing crisis is needed and I want ensure this is one of my priorities.
  • Enhancing Services for Seniors and Investing in Youth Development Opportunities by partnering with our local public schools * Finding creative and innovative solutions to build our local economy while sustaining our environment
Profession:Community Engagement Associate, Daly City Personnel Board Commissioner, Chair of SamTrans Citizens Advisory Committee
Community Engagement Associate, Forest City (2014current)
Chairwoman, SamTrans Citizens Advisory Committee — Appointed position (2014current)
Personnel Board Commissioner, City of Daly City Personnel Board — Appointed position (2016current)
Housing Program Coordinator, Veterans Equity Center (20102014)
Community Service Worker, Veterans Equity Center (20022010)
School of Public Affairs and Civic Engagement :San Francisco State University Master of Public Administrartion (M.P.A) , Emphasis: Public Management (2014)
Board Member, Senior Disability Action (2015current)
Board Member, South of Market Business Association (2016current)
Member, Filipino American Democratic Club of San Mateo (2015current)
Founder , Student Action for Veterans Equity (20012011)

Juslyn Manalo was raised in Daly City since she was 8 years old, and has deep roots in serving the community from a young age. Being raised in the multi-ethnic city of Daly City has given Manalo a deep appreciation for diversity. Early in her career, she became a Community Service Worker providing direct service to the Filipino World War II Veterans. Juslyn also managed the Bill Sorro Housing Program (BiSHoP), a program that helped low to moderate income families, find, defend and sustain their housing. Currently, she is a Community Engagement Associate, building partnerships to create community development opportunities such as affordable housing, jobs, open space, and youth development.

Manalo serves proudly as an appointed Personnel Board Commissioner for the city of Daly City, and is chairwoman for the SamTrans Citizen Advisory Committee ensuring that local community voice is represented. She is also on the board of Senior & Disability Action, an organization that fights for policy locally and on the state level.     

Manalo earned her Masters of Public Administration, from San Francisco State University's School of Public Affairs and Civic Engagement. She has also attained a Bachelor of Arts, in Asian-American Studies and a Minor in Women Studies from San Francisco State University.

  • Assemblymember ProTem Kevin Mullin
  • Assemblymember Phil Ting
  • State Senator Mark Leno
  • Daly City Mayor Sal Torres
  • Daly City Vice Mayor David Canepa
  • Daly City Councilmember Ray Buenaventura
  • Daly City Jefferson Elementary School District Board Member Marie Brizuela
  • Daly City Jefferson Elementary School District Board Member Clayton Koo
  • Daly City Jefferson Elementary School District Board Member Manufou Liaiga-Anoa'i
  • Westmoor Highschool Democrats
  • San Mateo County Central Labor Council
  • San Mateo County Building Trades Council
  • Carpenters Local 217 San Mateo
  • Friends of the Filipino American Community PAC
  • Local 2 Unite Here
  • Plumbers, Steamfitters and Refrigeration Fitters Local 467
  • American Federation of State, County,and Municipal Employees, Local 829
  • California Federation of Teachers & AFT Local 3267 Jefferson Elementary Federation of Teachers
  • Teamsters 856
  • Peninsula Young Democrats
  • Sheetmetal Workers 104
  • Daly City Police Officers Association
  • Daly City Firefighters Local 1879
  • North Peninsula Democratic Club
  • National United Healthcareworkers
— November 1, 2016 Juslyn Manalo for Daly City Council 2016
Museum Director / Businesswoman
6,902 votes (14.8%)
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  • To protect Daly City from impending bankruptcy. We are in the worst financial crisis in nearly two decades. We need responsible people who will make tough decisions to keep our city afloat.
  • Reform politics at City Hall. I believe Council Members have used intimidation to coerce votes and endorsements by denying a fair turn at Mayor and Vice Mayor. We need fair mayoral rotation and term limits.
  • Restore our library hours. We spent millions to build first class public libraries that are now mostly closed. Libraries are a public treasure!
Profession:Museum Director, non-profit administrator
Elected member, San Mateo County Democratic Central Committee — Elected position (2004current)
Museum Director, Vice-President, History Guild of Daly City/Colma — Elected position (2009current)
Commissioner, San Mateo County Commission on the Status of Women — Appointed position (20052008)
Commissioner, Daly City Planning Commission — Appointed position (20042008)
San Francisco State University Master's Degree, Museum Studies (2014)
University of California, Berkeley BA Degree, Political Science/English Literature (1971)

My name is Dana Smith and I am running for one of two open seats on the Daly City Council. I grew up in a working class union family in Washington State and moved to California to attend UC Berkeley. I graduated with a degree in Political Science. I spent my career working for non-profit social justice and environmental organizations in the Bay Area. The most recent were Friends of the Urban Forest, Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth, and in an elder abuse prevention program at the Institute on Aging. Recently I received a Master’s Degree from SF State University in Museum Studies and I am one of the founders and the Director of the Daly City History Museum.

 

I moved to Daly City in 1975. I’ve served on the Daly City Planning Commission and on the County Commission on the Status of Women. I’ve been attending Council meetings since the late 1990s and I have made public comments on community issues over 60 times.

  • The Democratic Party of San Mateo County
  • Dave Pine, San Mateo County Supervisor
  • Adrienne Tissier, San Mateo County Supervisor
  • Charlie Tallerico, Daly City Planning Commissioner
  • Bill Lex, Library Commissioner
  • Ray Satorre, Daly City Planning Commissioner, President of the Pilipino Bayanihan Resource Center
  • Judith Christensen, Daly City Council
  • Scott Weiner, SF Supervisor, candidate for State Senate
  • Helen Fisicaro, Colma City Council

I am a Democrat, a champion for working families, an environmentalist, an animal advocate, a reformer, and a community organizer. I have voted in every election since I came of age. I was recently re-elected as a leader of the San Mateo County Democratic Party.I am working hard to elect Hillary Clinton as our first woman President.

Ballot Statement

Summary

 Statement to voters

Dana Claire Smith

Museum Director, small businesswoman, environmentalist, animal advocate, community activist

 

I offer straight talk, political reform, fiscal responsibility, and thoughtful governance

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I have spoken out at City Council meetings more than 60 times to protect our community. I protested recent pay raises for top Daly City executives. I fought against Daly City forcing us to pay for permits to park in front of our own homes

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I led the battle to protect us from forced home inspections and costly upgrades before we can sell our homes. I am the only candidate with a long history protecting our rights and the courage to be your voice at City Hall

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Our community priority must be to fully staff police and fire and restore library hours. I will work to protect Daly City from financial ruin and create term limits for City Council

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I grew up in a working-class, union family and put myself through college to earn a political science degree from UC Berkeley and a recent Master’s Degree from San Francisco State University.

I helped create our local history museum. I’ve served onthe Daly City Planning Commission and San Mateo County Commission on the Status of Women.

 

I’ve spent my career working for social justice and environmental causes, most recently in an elder abuse prevention program.

Now I’m working hard to elect Hilary Clinton President.

DANA, what I stand for...

Summary

Some key issues in the campaign

 

Protect Daly City from impending bankruptcy.

For years Daly City has been spending more than it brings in. Our current reserve fund has only enough money to keep our city running for just over one month. Daly City is teetering on the brink of bankruptcy. A lawsuit, natural disaster, or downturn in the economy could push us over the edge. Reckless actions by past councils have created this ongoing financial crisis. Now we have to correct past mistakes by making some painful decisions to keep a balanced budget that will keep our city running.

Elect Council Members who accept their public responsibility.

I am running because I feel a call to duty. I will not be using the Council as a stepping stone to higher office. Recently, Councilmembers Canepa and Buenaventured voted to shut Daly City down when they voted "no" on the balanced city budget required by law. They offered no alternatives. This irresponsible vote has shocked many throughout San Mateo County. If one more Council Member had voted with them, Daly City would have shut its doors and most services would have stopped. I will work with other Council Members and staff to make the difficult decisions to keep our city functioning. I won't play politics with our city's future. I will never shut Daly City down.

Reform politics at City Hall.

I believe that Council Members have used intimidation to coerce endorsements and Council votes by denying fair turns at Mayor or Vice-Mayor. A fair system of mayoral rotation and Council term limits would help bring Daly City politics out of the backroom.

Protect our neighborhood quality of life (parking, traffic, overcrowding)

Our parking crisis has become an intolerable source of stress for many residents. We must require more parking based on square footage for mega-homes like several 8-bedroom, single family homes that are being built on my block. In permit areas near BART we need to alter the permit hours to prevent the influx of flex-time commuters from out-of-town who arrive after 10 a.m.

Restore our library hours.

We spent millions of our tax dollars to build first class public libraries. That money is being wasted when our libraries are closed. Daly City libraries are a public treasure.

Protect public safety by focusing on the restoration of firefighter and police staffing levels.

Did you know that a Daly City ordinance limits a household to two pets?

I will revise that law to allow for a reasonable number of pets (be they cats, dogs, birds or goldfish) and increase city efforts to support spay and neuter programs and prevent pet abandonment and abuse.

A litte more about myself...

Summary

Personal background and qualifications

I am a Democrat, a chamption for working families, an environmentalist, an animal advocate, a reformer and a community organizer. I have a degree in political science from UC Berkeley and a recent Master's Degree from San Francisco State University. I grew up in a working class, union family and put myself through college with the help of scholarships. I've spent my career working for environmental and social justice organizations, including Coleman Advocates for Family, Children and Youth and an elder abuse prevention program at the Institute on Aging.

I've served on the county Commission on the Status of Women and as a Daly City Planning Commissioner. I have attended City Council meetings for nearly two decades and where I have made public comment on community issues over 60 times. I am the only candidate with a long history of defending our rights at City Hall. I have the experience, commitment, and courage to be your voice. I believe that potential candidates for City Council should first be involved in the community and learn how our government functions by attending Council meetings prior to making the decision to run for City Council. It shouldn't be the other way around where candidates decide to run and then attend their first Council meeting and show up at community events for the first time during their campaign.

Financial Planning Manager
6,549 votes (14%)
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  • Daly City Needs More Income: Bring Silicon Valley to Daly City, attract high tax revenue businesses such as startups and hotels, and make it easier for small business owners to operate
  • Our Budget Needs Oversight and Transparency: Encourage financial discipline and smart planning, honor our financial commitments and provide our residents with quality services
  • Our Neighborhoods Need Better Safety & Affordability: Bring focus back to the core needs of current residents through multi-use developments, retention of public safety officers, and foster community spirit with public events and spaces
Profession:Financial Planning & Analysis Manager
Financial Planning & Analysis Manager, Online Media Company (2016current)
Senior Business Analysis, Retail Start-Up (20152016)
Senior Financial Analyst, E-Commerce Printing Company (20112014)
Financial Analyst, Home Goods Retailer (20072011)
San Francisco State Bachelor of Arts, International Relations (2005)
President, Board of Directors (+ other roles), Village of Serramonte, Daly City (20092014)
Intern Lobbyist, EDC, Washington D.C. (20012002)
Intern, Senator's Office, California (19961998)
Pollster & Precinct Manager, '96 Presidential Campaign (19961997)

Gabriella Makstman is a proud Daly City resident, having lived both in the Serramonte and Southern Hills neighborhoods. Gabriella moved to the San Francisco Bay Area as a child, attending Lowell High School and graduating from San Francisco State University with a BA in International Relations.

Gabriella has over a decade of experience in Financial Planning and Analysis, supporting well known Bay Area companies and early stage start-ups. She has served as both President and Treasurer of the Serramonte Village Board of Directors. Prior to working in the private sector, Gabriella worked in development for several non-profit organizations, including the ALS Association. She has participated in lobby activism in Washington, D.C., supporting Eating Disorders and Mental Health Bills in Congress and the Senate.

As an immigrant from the Eastern European country of Latvia, Gabriella understands the unique needs of the multicultural and diverse population of Daly City. She is a mother of two young girls and she wants them to inherit a beautiful and flourishing Daly City.

If elected, Gabriella will fight to make sure that the voices of Daly City residents are heard. She will tirelessly work to support the needs of our community.

"I'm running so that I can make a difference in our community. I want to make Daly City better for my children, for our children. I am tired of hearing polticians fighting about policies that distract from what's important to Daly City residents.

I am ready to bring common sense back. I'm ready to serve the community"

  • Rachel Garibaldi, Retired Trustee - Bayshore Elementary School District
  • Madolyn Agrimonti, Daly City Councilmember & Mayor 1990-2002, Mayor Pro Tem, City of Sonoma 2014- Present
  • Howard Edelman, Daly City Planning Commissioner & President HOA at Summit Ridge at Saddle Mountain
  • Sandi Arnott, San Mateo County Treasurer
  • Marianne Petroni, Retired Board Member, Jefferson Elementary School District
  • Shakeel Ali, Board Member, Jefferson Union High School District
  • Nick Occhipinti, Board Member, Jefferson Union High School District
  • Herb Perez, Mayor of Foster City
  • San Mateo County GOP (Supporting, Not Endorsing since I am not a registered Republican)
  • Olga Stavinskaya-Vasquez, Daly City Personnel Board Member
  • Carole Hutchins, Daly City Personnel Board Member
  • Robert Bernardo, San Mateo County Harbor Commissioner
  • Marian Mann, Community Leader
  • Victor Spano, Jefferson Union School District Bond Oversight Committee

Gabriella believes our politicians have lost track of the needs of their constituents and communities. They have become too focused on party politics. She wants to help Daly City continue to prosper, grow and thrive. Gabriella believes in community development, fiscal responsibility, access to quality education, governmental accountability and transparency, and protecting public safety. She believes in reducing special interest influence over government processes. She wants to see more of our tax dollars supporting our community and not the pockets of the inefficient state and federal government offices.

Gabriella believes in access to vocational training opportunities for high school and college students and all adults of working age. No one should be left behind as our economy prospers. She knows we must attract businesses to our city to employee our growing community. Gabriella supports school choice initiatives such as vouchers and tax-credits. She believes parents and families should be empowered to make the best decisions for their children.

Campaigning for the Future of Daly City — September 14, 2016 Gabriella Makstman

Video of me campaigning in Daly City.

Introduction — September 14, 2016 Gabriella Makstman

Introducing myself to the community

Why I'm the best candidate to vote for — September 14, 2016 Gabriella Makstman

Highlights my experience

Math Teacher / Coach
5,369 votes (11.5%)
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  • Education: Restore our library hours & programs to help give the rising generation the 21st century skills they will need to thrive in Daly City.
  • Small Business: Bring sustainable businesses to Daly City that create jobs & tax revenue without raising taxes or increasing regulations on businesses.
  • Vision: Develop a 25 year vision that addresses issues of parking, housing, education, the budget & a long-term fiscal commitment to public safety (Police & Fire).
Profession:Public School Teacher (High School Math), Coach
Math Teacher, Oakland Unity High School (2015current)
President, UCSB Tenants Association — Elected position (20132014)
UC Santa Barbara Bachelor of Arts, Major: Economics Minor: Civic Engagement & Professional Writing (2014)
Full-Time Missionary, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (20082010)

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