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San Mateo County Tax Collector/Treasurer

Original post made by WatchDog, another community, on Sep 13, 2009

I would like to suggest Joe Galligan as an exceptional candidate for Tax Collector/Treasurer. He will bring new ideas and the skill necessary to keep the County Treasury safe. He also has the background necessary to manage the administration of taxes and revenue collection. "Google" Joe to see his significant education, business, management and volunteer experience and then decide for yourself. He is a Certified Public Accountant with a Masters degree in Tax from Golden Gate University. The appointed Deputy Tax Collector/Treasurer, Sandra Arnott, does not have the qualifications to be Tax Collector/Treasurer. Check out both candidates and be sure to vote this June.


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