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Scott Alonso adds to political career.

Original post made by Tony Miller on Dec 6, 2008

Scott Alonso, a 2004 graduate of Menlo-Atherton, recently completed a stint with the California Democratic Party in San Francisco. President-Elect Barack Obama's message of change prompted Scott to seek out ways to make a difference. He decided to work for the state party and create change at the local level.
Scott is a recent graduate of the University of Hawaii and previously worked for several local political figures including Assembly Ira Ruskin.

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Posted by Julia, a resident of Menlo Park: Central Menlo Park
on Dec 7, 2008 at 1:20 pm

Bravo, Scott. While the old fogies of my generation scoffed at the possibility of change, you jumped in and got to work. I'm sorry my generation is leaving yours such a mess, and I hope more of you 20 and 30 somethings succeed in your efforts to right the ship.


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