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Meet the 7 candidates who want to represent you in Sacramento

Original post made on Feb 5, 2020

With seven candidates vying to become the next lawmaker for California's 13th Senate district, voters on March 3 will decide which two will move on to the November general election ballot.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Wednesday, February 5, 2020, 9:25 AM

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Posted by Joseph E. Davis
a resident of Woodside: Emerald Hills
on Feb 5, 2020 at 10:57 am

Candidates who support SB50 should earn an automatic NO from anyone who cares about the quality of life in this area.

Posted by Thomas Paine
a resident of Menlo Park: Park Forest
on Feb 5, 2020 at 11:54 am

Annie Oliva supports the plan to increase Caltrain service from 4 to 8 trains per hour. But she has no plans or ideas to address the gridlock that will result at the 42 unseparated grade crossings. Her logic seems to be that increasing convenience for the 35,000 people who ride Caltrain each day (70,000 boardings) is worth causing gridlock for the hundreds of thousands of people who have no choice but to use the grade crossings.

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