Courtesy Holly Lofgren
SUNNYVALE CITY COUNCIL
There is no doubt, Sunnyvale has been tremendously influenced by developers and special interests. It is VERY IMPORTANT to elect grassroots candidates who will listen and work for residents. All three recommended candidates have been long time residents of Sunnyvale and have extensive experience serving in different capacities and are supported by individuals who overwhelmingly live in Sunnyvale.
For information regarding campaign spending, please see these informative links:
Part 4 Follow The Money (10/30/18)
- Video: Part 4: Follow The Money video plus Eric Krock’s related comments (duration: 5 min 30 sec)
- Presentation: Part 4 – Follow The Money slides (PDF)
- Funding Summary: 2018 Council Election Funding summary sheet (PDF) (PNG)
- Score Card: 2018 Council Candidate Score Card (PDF) (PNG)
For information regarding the candidates qualifications, positions and activities, please see these websites of the Sunnyvale City Council Candidates I endorse:
Additionally, the Sunnyvale Sun published an Op Ed from both myself and Andy Frazer outlining why candidate Mason Fong is unsuitable for this public office, dated October 26, 2018.
Opinion Letters to the Mercury News_Mason Fong sent out campaign fliers with false endorsements
Posted in City of Sunnyvale Election 2018, City of Sunnyvale: City Council, Glenn Hendricks, Glenn Hendricks Sunnyvale, Gustav Larsson, Henry Alexander III, Josh Grossman, Mason Fong, Sunnyvale Campaign Funding, Sunnyvale City Council, Sunnyvale City Council Election
Tagged 2018 Josh Grossman for Sunnyvale City Council Seat 2, City of Sunnyvale Council Election 2018, Eric Krock, Glenn Hendricks Council, Gustav Larson, Henry Alexander III, Josh Grossman, Mason Fong Sunnyvale City Council
VOTE for Henry Alexander III, SEAT 1, Sunnyvale City Council on November 6, 2018! Raynor Park Resident and Advocate, Henry has not accepted donations from Political Action Committee PACs or Developers. Why is this important? PACs are political committees organized for the purpose of raising and spending money to elect and defeat candidates. Most PACs represent business, labor or ideological interests. Henry promises to make independent decisions on behalf of, and for Sunnyvale Residents.
See why so many Sunnyvale Residents are saying “I’m with Henry!”
Henry has raised his family in Sunnyvale and cares about your quality of living. Henry’s contemplative, informed approach, based upon his foundation of experience makes him the BEST CHOICE for SEAT 1 City of Sunnyvale Council. Furthermore, he has not accepted donations from Political Action Committee PACs or Developers, which will allow him to continue making independent, wise choices for Sunnyvale issues at hand and coming soon.
The San Jose Mercury Editorial dated Sept 27, 2013 is falsely stating that “Gustav Larsson calmed residents and brokered a compromise with the city over the PAMF expansion.”
Brokered a compromise? The truth is that Gustav Larsson “dropped out” of the Sunnyvale Palo Alto Medical Foundation PAMF residential advocacy mid-process, in fact, he was a “NO SHOW” at the Sunnyvale Planning Commission Hearing just a few weeks prior to the Council vote – when each voice and issue mattered!
If Gustav had brokered a deal, wouldn’t it make sense that the Sunnyvale Sun would have interviewed him instead of Jeff Jones? CLICK HERE for the dropbox link to the Sunnyvale Sun interview with Jeff Jones for an article, dated April 29, 2009, regarding the PAMF Sunnyvale Heritage Neighborhood project revision. Continue reading
Posted in City of Sunnyvale Council Election 2013, Glenn Hendricks, Glenn Hendricks Sunnyvale, Gustav Larsson, PAMF Sunnyvale, PAMF Sunnyvale EIR, PAMF Sunnyvale Parking Garage Exhaust Vents Impacts, PAMF Sunnyvale Residential Purchases, PAMF Sunnyvale Traffic Impacts, Sunnyvale City Council, Sunnyvale City Council Election
Tagged Andy Frazer, Gustav Larson, Gustav Larsson, Palo Alto Medical Foundation, PAMF, Steve Hoffman, Sunnyvale City Council Election 2013, Sunnyvale Palo Alto Medical Foundation, Sunnyvale Planning Commission, Tap Merrick