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Jack Hickey endorses Michael Stogner for San Mateo County Supervisor

Original post made by Jack Hickey on Mar 31, 2011

I'll be voting for Michael Stogner for Supervisor. Recently, I chose Michael as one of my running mates for the Sequoia Healthcare District. While he did not overcome the union backed candidates and the taxpayer funded PR effort by the District, he impressed me as a man of integrity. He comes without the excess baggage of endorsements from unions and radical environmentalists. And, he understands that to achieve local control the County must reject many State and Federal programs which often result in grossly inefficient unfunded mandates.
I urge my friends and supporters to vote for Michael Stogner"

Jack Hickey

Comments (48)

Posted by Peter Carpenter, a resident of Atherton: Lindenwood
on Apr 1, 2011 at 7:49 am

I'll also be voting for Michael Stogner for Supervisor. His lack of encumbrances from the unions and his fresh perspectives will add an important element to the Board of Supervisors.


Posted by Referral to D.A. for voting fraud violation, a resident of another community
on Apr 1, 2011 at 10:36 am

[Portion removed; see terms of use], how are you going to be voting for Stogner when you live in District 3 and he's running in District 1? Do you know where District 1 is? Are you committing felony voter fraud? I think we need the San Mateo County D.A. to enforce the law and press some criminal charges here.

As for Stogner, he can move around from district to district trying to get elected. He as about as much chance as Ralph Nader for president.


Posted by Peter Carpenter, a resident of Atherton: Lindenwood
on Apr 1, 2011 at 10:48 am

MB is correct - I am SUPPORTING Michael Stogner for Supervisor.


Posted by In the know, a resident of Menlo Park: Central Menlo Park
on Apr 1, 2011 at 11:02 am

"Referral to DA," you must live in another county as well as another community, otherwise you'd know that in this county, voting in supervisor races is countywide, even though there are individual districts. Carpenter and any other county resident can vote in all supervisor elections, for all districts, as long as they're registered.


Posted by Jack Hickey, a resident of Woodside: Emerald Hills
on Apr 1, 2011 at 11:19 am

In the know has it right. All registered voters in San Mateo County can vote for Michael Stogner. And, with Michael on the Board, we might get some action to change to District elections which would help neuter the good old boys club.


Posted by Carlos, a resident of Atherton: other
on Apr 1, 2011 at 2:15 pm

I'll be voting for Michael Stogner. He's not full of BS and he's the real deal! We need someone to represent the community, not special interest groups.


Posted by a day in a life, a resident of Menlo Park: Suburban Park/Lorelei Manor/Flood Park Triangle
on Apr 1, 2011 at 2:45 pm

Must be me, but I have such difficulty with a topic and a couple follow on postings that seem to strain to be so positive.

Are you sure you wanted to start this thread today, or am I missing the sarcasm?

Stogner?


Posted by Joe, a resident of Menlo Park: Allied Arts/Stanford Park
on Apr 1, 2011 at 5:38 pm

I might vote for Michael Stogner if I knew more about his politics.

With Jack Hickey supporting him, he might be a Libertarian. That would not be good for government. It's like getting a fox to guard a hen house. And that metaphor is merely a vehcile for an idea and not meant to characterize Libertarians as foxes or government workers as hens.

I hope to go to my grave without having ever voted for a Libertarian.

I must say, however, that Democrats are not much better. Would that there were Progressives running for more offices. What we need is a Social Democratic party!


Posted by Michael G. Stogner, a resident of another community
on Apr 1, 2011 at 6:30 pm

Hi Joe,

I have good news for you, I am a registered Democrat, who is supported by several Republicans, and as you now see by a Libertarian.


Posted by Jon Buckheit, a resident of Atherton: West Atherton
on Apr 1, 2011 at 7:22 pm

I will proudly be voting for Michael Stogner. All he cares about is helping the people who live in SMC. He will be a superb supervisor.


Posted by R.GORDON, a resident of another community
on Apr 3, 2011 at 9:47 am

NONE of the SUPERVISORS have ever given a rat's behind about the rest of San Mateo County and their focus is strictly on the area of the GOLDEN CORRIDOR which is now home to an quickly aging group of daily posters.
Granted, if he is replacing Richard Gordon who permitted Half Moon Bay to go bankrupt with his self promotion crowding out the problems of the coastal San Mateo area...except for the photo ops at the Ritz
Carlton and pictures with scissors about to open a tunnel project in Devil's Slide.....otherwise,he wasn't around.
As for Stogner and his backers like P.C. who got the ball park lights not to shine in his tired old eyes, and the regular Menlo P. and Woodside wannabee Historical preservationists; well, Stogner will fit in just fine.
If he is NOT replacing Gordon...I too, would love to see what this guy has to offer and his b.g. both in business and politics.
All one has to do is sit through a session with the Supervisors to see that maybe one or two seem to know what is going on in San Mateo.
So what HAVE you done for San Mateo, Stogner, in order to get the backing of Carpenter? His "lack of encumbrances from the unions and his 'FRESH PERSPECTIVES'" should be known by ALL of us who are thinking about voting for you....I think the obvious union bashing is not a smart move from either you or your backers.
So, tell us all.Or, let Peter do it for you.


Posted by Drama Queen, a resident of Menlo Park: other
on Apr 8, 2011 at 7:36 am

First, I thought the Almanac didn't allow political endorsement / advertising on its forum. For whatever reason, it has allowed this thread to survive. Selective editing, perhaps?

Since the thread's in play, let me encourage a vote for Stogner if you subscribe to the agendas of his endorsers (delineated above).

If you question their agendas, I suggest you take a hard look at GINA PAPAN. She's the most qualified candidate on the ticket. Her list of endorsements speak for themselves.


Posted by Michael G. Stogner, a resident of another community
on Apr 8, 2011 at 6:21 pm

Drama Queen,

You bring up an excellent suggestion, taking a hard look at Gina. She is endorsed and has excepted $1,000.00 political contribution from a gentleman/Sheriff I have personally asked for his resignation.

Lets Vote


Posted by Ling La, a resident of another community
on Apr 24, 2014 at 11:18 pm

My husband, and I will vote for Michael Stogner. Michael will be a good supervisor, hopefully he can act against those current corrupt officials if elected. Michael has been dedicated following up and demanded Steve Wagstaffe to investigate the mismanagement and financial fraud at Samtrans. Please vote for Michael in June 2014.


Posted by He's needed now more than ever, a resident of another community
on Apr 24, 2014 at 11:43 pm

Ling La, I admire your courage and hope you prevail in your lawsuit. Steve Wagstaffe is about as crooked a D.A. as could be imagined in a work of fiction. It's sad he's the D.A. of our county, and is much more culpable than any of the officials who committed the accounting fraud since he enables it. At least in my opinion. We need Stogner to help take Wagstaffe down. Unfortunately, he's running unopposed and the news media here locally won't take Wagstaffe on or investigate the skeletons in his closet that would disable him from holding any office. Just know this, Steve Wagstaffe, your story is not unlike Cain and Abel.


Posted by Jack Hickey, a resident of Woodside: Emerald Hills
on Apr 25, 2014 at 10:29 am

Now that this topic has been rejuvenated, I would like to repeat my endorsement of Michael Stogner for County Supervisor. If Michael is elected, I would hope that he would be appointed to the Local Agency Formation Commission(LAFCo) to succeed his opponent, Don Horsley, on that Commission. Michael could then help pursue the dissolution of the Sequoia Healthcare District, whose existence has been questioned by the SMC Civil Grand Jury. Now, with District elections, he has a chance.


Posted by please say more, a resident of another community
on Apr 25, 2014 at 10:36 am

Michael, you wrote, "I am a registered Democrat".

Personally, I don't care if you are currently, or were recently, registered as "decline to state", but if you are not a registered Democrat, then you are simply not telling the truth, which is disconcerting. If you are proud to be a Democrat, why didn't you interview for the endorsement of the County Democratic Party?


Posted by Michael G. Stogner, a resident of another community
on Apr 25, 2014 at 11:55 am

Please say more says Michael, you wrote, "I am a registered Democrat". That statement was made in 2011 and was true at the time. As you may or may not know I am personally very interested in substantially reducing Corruption in San Mateo County, I have been a registered Democrat all my adult life up until recently. It has been my experience the the Democratic Party in SMC has No Interest in the subject matter of Corruption in SMC. As a matter of fact they declined to invited me to Candidate Forums in the past. I am registered as a Libertarian that is why I did not interview for the endorsement of the County Democratic Party. I hope that answers your question.


Posted by Kim Griffin, a resident of Menlo Park: other
on Apr 25, 2014 at 2:23 pm

Any affiliation with Mr. Hickey is unfortunately a cause for concern. Mr. Hickey cost the tax payers over two hundred thousand dollars last election by running for another term when his current term had not yet expired. He explained his reason for doing so was to attempt to prove district residents did not want a health care district. This dogmatic and irrational approach to governing is expensive and dishonest. Most voters believe the officials they are electing will actually support both the voter and the mission of the entity where that candidate will serve. Make no mistake; the agenda of Mr. Hickey and Mr. Stogner is similar to the current controversy of the demented rancher in Nevada who does not believe in paying taxes because of a disenfranchised group of people who "did not learn how to pick cotton." This is the same ideology and obnoxious behavior that has disrupted Health Care District Board meetings, created liability, and made a mockery of the election process. While change in many levels of government is sorely needed; this is the wrong direction with either one of these individuals. Kim Griffin, RN Sequoia Health Care District Board


Posted by Peter Carpenter, a resident of Atherton: Lindenwood
on Apr 25, 2014 at 3:07 pm

Peter Carpenter is a registered user.

"His lack of encumbrances from the unions and his fresh perspectives will add an important element to the Board of Supervisors."

There is nothing 'union bashing' about Stogner's lack of encumbrances from the unions - it simply means that he would not be beholden to the unions.


Posted by Central Menlo progressive, a resident of Menlo Park: Central Menlo Park
on Apr 25, 2014 at 5:55 pm

I shall remain nameless, but wish to praise Ms Griffin for here contribution. I too have heard different, yet oddly similar tales about the original poster.

Mr Hickey: other than the Sequoia position, what other offices have you run for?

Mr Stogner: I appreciate your explaining why you chose to longer register as a democrat. Am curious, however, why you chose libertarian, of all choices. A rather 'unique' group, with whom to associate.


Posted by Central Menlo progressive, a resident of Menlo Park: Central Menlo Park
on Apr 25, 2014 at 5:57 pm

*her

and

*no longer


Posted by Michael G. Stogner, a resident of another community
on Apr 26, 2014 at 12:05 pm

Central Menlo progressive,

Very simple answer, The county party invited me to be the quest speaker in San Mateo a couple of months ago. The subject was "Corruption in San Mateo County , What can we do about it." It is the what can we do about it part that I am interested in. After that night I realized that they as a Party are interested in that subject, so am I. Another area of interest is how to make the Grand Jury's effective.


Posted by Michael G. Stogner, a resident of another community
on Apr 26, 2014 at 12:09 pm

How to make Grand Jury more effective.


Posted by r w e c, a resident of Atherton: Lindenwood
on Apr 26, 2014 at 2:38 pm

You joined libertarians because they invited you to speak? And you both dislike corruption.

I bet you both think puppy dogs are cute, too.

What about the rest of the libertarian agenda?


Posted by Libertarians, a resident of another community
on Apr 26, 2014 at 11:50 pm

Entrenched government tax and spend politicians and union thugs don't like libertarians, who believe that individual rights of the taxpayer are more important than unions. I know Don Horsely, Mr. Stogner's opponent and former cop, doesn't like hearing this, nor do the powerful police unions in San Mateo county. They are afraid of Stogner and what he stands for. They are afraid of Hickey and what he stands for. THE TAXPAYER. No shame in that or libertarianism. Corruption harms the taxpayer. Cops and firemen getting hundreds of thousands a year at age 50 for the rest of their lives harms the taxpayer and is driving California into bankruptcy. San Mateo County asking taxpayers to fund additional taxes under the guise of fiscal emergencies, and then not even knowing how to spend it is harming the taxpayer. Perpetuating a health district without a hospital harms the taxpayer (but I'm sure is good for Kim Griffin, RN).


Posted by libs, a resident of Atherton: other
on Apr 27, 2014 at 10:27 am

Without a doubt, libertarians are the party of "I got mine, lets pull up the ladder behind me"

More often than not - selfish.

Why chose to attack corruption from a party that has zero standing?


Posted by Libertarians, a resident of another community
on Apr 27, 2014 at 10:36 am

1. 22% of all Americans have been found to identify themselves with the libertarian party. Hardly zero standing. As the results of poor fiscal management due to union influence continue to affect Californians' and Americans' lives more, I expect this percentage will increase (as it has, dramatically, over recent years).

2. Being concerned that a cop or firefighter is taking home hundreds of thousands a year in pension for the rest of his life at age 50 -- plus incredible (and incredibly expensive) healthcare benefits for the rest of his life -- because unions in California are effectively controlling government isn't "pulling up the ladder behind me", or "selfish", it's prudent and realistic fiscal responsibility.


Posted by Central Menlo progressive, a resident of Menlo Park: Central Menlo Park
on Apr 27, 2014 at 10:52 am

"The poll, from the Public Religion Research Institute, shows just 7 percent of Americans are "consistent" libertarians, but that another 15 percent sympathize with its general principles."

Like the Libertarian Voice, The Reason Magazine.

And Reason's recent love for Cliven Bundy. Bundy — who started an interview with: "I want to tell you one more thing I know about the Negro..." From Reason: "Bundy argues the land his family uses for cattle grazing actually belongs to the state of Nevada, whose laws permit them to graze on it. The feds and their apologists argue the federal government owns the land, or is holding it in trust "for all of us.""

Or libertarian leaning Rand Paul, who fired his ghostwriter, whom he knew is a neo-confederate white supremacist. Web Link

So, I guess that 22% figure includes Bundy, the Paul's, the Koch Brothers and Donald Sterling.

That's a lot of power.

So how many national offices are held by libertarians?

How many statewide offices?

Oh, that's quite the platform upon which to make changes!


Posted by Libertarians, a resident of another community
on Apr 27, 2014 at 2:19 pm

I'm not quite getting what Cliven Bundy, the Koch Brothers, etc. have to do with Michael Stogner. I know you don't want to talk about the issues Stogner stands for since you can't defend the incredible abuses of unions in San Mateo County. You can't defend the corruption in San Mateo County. You can try to attack people like Stogner who are trying to prevent it, but it won't work.


Posted by Jack Hickey, a resident of Woodside: Emerald Hills
on Apr 27, 2014 at 3:39 pm

Kim Griffin says: "Most voters believe the officials they are electing will actually support both the voter and the mission of the entity where that candidate will serve." As a prominent advocate for taxpayers, I can assure you that a huge majority of voters who continue to re-elect me are aware of my agenda. Quite simply, I seek to stop the collection of property taxes by the District unless or until they have voter approval for their assumed philanthropic role, which was challenged by the Civil Grand Jury. Michael Stogner supports that agenda, and by endorsing him, I hope that he will receive votes from many who voted for me. In 2010, I received 25,133 votes, 1,565 more votes than long time Board Member and former CEO of Sequoia Hospital, "Art" Faro.
Kim seeks to destroy my credibility in a rather bizarre way. Let me bring her credibility into question with some facts.
While President of the Sequoia Healthcare District Board of Directors, Kim voted for a $300 increase in health insurance benefits for Directors in December of 2012. That increase was subject to legal review by District Counsel. On Dec. 6, 2012, Counsel sent a memo to CEO Michelson which included this caveat: "It is well settled that changes in compensation may not be imposed during the current terms of the elected officials who vote on the adjustment." Counsel also opined that: "The answer is not entirely clear, but I think it can be done." As President, Ms. Griffin should have brought that memo back to the Board for a decision. Instead, on January 30th, President Griffin was reimbursed $6,000 for healthcare premiums covering January through April.(That's 3 months advanced payment!) See: Web Link I have made numerous efforts to have Kim and Directors Faro and Kane pay back the $1,800 in benefits they erroneously received. They have not yet done so. I was hopeful when Linda Craig, LAFCo Commissioner and League of Women voters activist, asked them to pay it back in a letter to the San Mateo TimesWeb Link, but they have not responded.
President Griffin,and the Board majority get great pleasure from bestowing grants of taxpayer money to worthy charities. On one occasion, after visiting St Anthony de Padua Dining Room, recipient of grant money, Kim used her own money to purchase knives for the kitchen workers. Her generosity was short-lived as she submitted invoices and was reimbursed by the District. Perfectly legal as a discretionary act by the President. Never mind that the Board had already voted them $100,000.



Posted by y Central Menlo progressive, a resident of Menlo Park: Central Menlo Park
on Apr 27, 2014 at 4:03 pm

You are the one who brought up the crazy poll about 22% supposedly being libertarians, not me. (22% ... to identify themselves with the libertarian party)

Some of us are just curious how being a libertarian is the right platform for fighting corruption, given all the strange libertarians out there.

And how there really isn't a 'libertarian' platform to support such a candidate.

So how many national offices are held by libertarians?

How many statewide offices?

You did not answer. Nor did Mr Hickey answer: Mr Hickey: other than the Sequoia position, what other offices have you run for?



Posted by loners fail, a resident of Woodside School
on Apr 27, 2014 at 4:26 pm

Fair question. What libertarians are in place to 'caucus' with?

There's a structure that allows a party or an idea move forward. For example, grrrns dont get elected bevause they wont make a difference - thry have no structure, no party to caucus or work with.

One guy by himself can't do it. Its a waste.

Better to go as a dem or Republican.


Posted by Peter Carpenter, a resident of Atherton: Lindenwood
on Apr 27, 2014 at 4:42 pm

Peter Carpenter is a registered user.

My preference is to vote for individuals, not parties - particularly at the local level. I want good people who have not sold themselves to particular special interest groups. That is why I support Stogner.


Posted by Menlo Voter, a resident of Menlo Park: other
on Apr 27, 2014 at 7:02 pm

"Why chose (sic) to attack corruption from a party that has zero standing? "

Perhaps because the parties with "standing" won't do it?


Posted by Ashley V, a resident of Menlo Park: other
on Apr 27, 2014 at 10:21 pm

There seems to be a reasonable debate on choosing to go "off-brand" to try to accomplish significant change.

It obviously makes the job more difficult.


Posted by Fred R, a resident of Portola Valley: other
on Apr 28, 2014 at 9:50 am

It's been a much discussed issue in politics over the years -- whether to stay with one of the top parties and work for change, or go third party (your "off-brand" comment) and be stuck with a label as being 'meaningless' or a protest vote without any other significance. History has shown third parties as having little influence.

Therefore, to question Michael Stogner's choice to leave the Democrat party and, instead of choosing to go Republican, picking an essentially non-functioning minor party, is a reasonable question to ask of a politician.

So many political third party's are thought of, by mainstream voters, as the home of the fringe and other assorted kooks (Cpusa, peace and freedom, green, Libertarian, Constitution Party, American Conservative Party, etc..)

To add to it: completely reasonable to question Michael Stogner's choice to leave the Democrat party and, instead of choosing to go Republican where he would find both:
- a functioning party apparatus, with which to implement change
- values more in line with Libertarian philosophy (than the democrat party)

My two cents...


Posted by Menlo Voter, a resident of Menlo Park: other
on Apr 28, 2014 at 12:11 pm

Fred:

the Republican party is just as big a part of the corruption problem in politics as the democrats. Neither has any interest in reform, they want business as usual.


Posted by Voter, a resident of another community
on Apr 28, 2014 at 12:56 pm

Jack Hickey's endorsement of Stogner is yet another good reason to vote for Horsley (who has done an excellent job so far, BTW.)


Posted by Fred R, a resident of Portola Valley: other
on Apr 28, 2014 at 2:34 pm

"the Republican party is just as big a part of the corruption problem in politics as the democrats"

But is it any harder to fight for change from inside the Republican Party, than the futile effort in being with a minor party?

Let alone the effort in getting elected as a minor party.


Posted by Menlo Voter, a resident of Menlo Park: other
on Apr 28, 2014 at 3:58 pm

Voter:

Horsley is another member or the corruptocrats that run this county.


Posted by Menlo Voter, a resident of Menlo Park: other
on Apr 28, 2014 at 4:00 pm

"But is it any harder to fight for change from inside the Republican Party, than the futile effort in being with a minor party?"

It's futile to fight for change from within either party. Watch what happens when they do. They get frozen out.


Posted by Fred R, a resident of Portola Valley: other
on Apr 28, 2014 at 5:47 pm

"It's futile to fight for change from within either party."

Of course. Any party (even the fringe parties) has it's institutional issues. But taking the easy way out and going from the Democrat Party to Libertarian is political suicide. It's in the world of "protest vote."

In other words: useless.

I'll continue to read up on Mr. Stogner, but all things being equal, a dem convert to libertarian is an 'odd duck', indeed.


Posted by Peter Carpenter, a resident of Atherton: Lindenwood
on Apr 28, 2014 at 7:03 pm

Peter Carpenter is a registered user.

Party affiliation in a local election is irrelevant. Vote based on the issues, not the label.


Posted by Menlo Voter, a resident of Menlo Park: other
on Apr 28, 2014 at 7:05 pm

What they have is institutional corruption and they will never change unless outside forces require it. If the sheeple of San Mateo County would pull their collective heads out there might be a chance to change things. Until then we'll have what has to be the most corrupt county in the state.


Posted by Michael G. Stogner, a resident of another community
on Apr 28, 2014 at 7:56 pm

MV says, "Until then we'll have what has to be the most corrupt county in the state."

If anyone goes the our Historical Museum they will find almost that identical statement about our county.

At least now there is an option for the voters, District 2 Mark DePaula, and myself for District 3, Write In Juan Lopez for Sheriff, and that changes the direction of the county in one election.


Posted by Jack Hickey, a resident of Woodside: Emerald Hills
on Apr 29, 2014 at 9:51 am

These are non-partisan positions. And, while more than half the registered voters are Democrats, that didn't stop me from getting elected 3 times to the Sequoia Healthcare District. Even in the 2012 election, which I forced by seeking a four year seat, I received 32,627 votes. That was in spite of a Central Labor Council election advisory urging union members to ABSOLUTELY NOT vote for "Jack Hickey" Web Link

In answer to the question "Mr Hickey: other than the Sequoia position, what other offices have you run for?", it is simpler to list the office I have not run for - President. For serious researchers, a search of the LWV website, will show my campaigns beginning in 1998 Web Link
Prior to that, you will find my name as a signatory on dozens of ballot arguments opposing parcel tax and bond measures. A most notable success story was the defeat of Measure A(Best Schools Proposal) which I orchestrated. Measure A would have imposed a ˝% countywide sales tax and established another level of bureaucracy.
My most notable success occurred in Hawthorne California in 1965 when I led a successful referendum petitioning campaign which stopped an urban renewal project that would have used eminent domain to acquire property for a shopping center.
And, in 2003, I launched a referendum petitioning campaign which derailed an action of the Sequoia Healthcare District which would have relocated Sequoia Hospital. Thanks to my effort, Sequoia Hospital will be celebrating the opening of it's New Pavilion this Friday.
I'm hoping that my endorsement of Michael Stogner helps him to defeat Don Horsley, a man who has never seen a parcel tax or bond measure he didn't like. You will find Don's signature on dozen's of ballot arguments supporting these tax increases.


Posted by Central Menlo progressive, a resident of Menlo Park: Central Menlo Park
on Apr 29, 2014 at 9:53 am

"Party affiliation in a local election is irrelevant. Vote based on the issues, not the label."

Ha. Right. Libertarian is still one on the fringe parties used as a protest vote.

Think not? List the Libertarians in office. National. State, Local.

At the local level, why would normal Bay Area folks elect into government the party that thinks government is bad? At Jack's heart, he still hates publicly funded schools, roads, hospitals, etc..

Think that will fly around here?

As I said earlier: So how many national offices are held by libertarians?

How many statewide offices?

Oh, that's quite the platform upon which to make changes!

Too bad. If Mr Stogner is "the real deal", he took himself out of the running by associating with the fringe element.


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