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San Mateo County Republican PartyCandidate for County Central Committee, Supervisorial District 2

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Noe C. Chavez

Mental Health Clinician
2,099 votes (8.9%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • To help maintain Conservative principles to ensure a healthy future for working families in our County.
  • To help ensure that elected County officials are accountable to the people they serve.
  • To increase Republican voter registration and the get out to vote effort.



Profession:Behavioral and Mental Health Clinician
Case Management / Assessment Specialist II, County of San Mateo (2011–current)
1st Vice-Chair, San Mateo County Republican Party — Elected position (2010–2012)


NDNU Bachelor of Arts (B. A.) in progress, psychology (current)
College of San Mateo Certicate, Alcohol and Other Drugs Studies.... (2009)

Community Activities

Alternate Central Committee Member, San Mateo County Republican Party (2012–current)

Who supports this candidate?

Featured Endorsements

  • Mario and Nina Pellegrini

Individuals (2)

  • Leonardo Lacayo. San Francisco Hispanic Republican Assembly Founder. Former Vice-Chair SFGOP
  • Rene Pineda. Application Systems Engineer at Major US Bank. Past: Philippine National Oil Company (PNOC)

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