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Election Journal
April 08, 2008, 12:00 AM
Millbrae Mayor Gina Papan, candidate for 19th district state Assembly seat, will be honored at a fundraising reception in San Francisco later this month hosted by Caroline Alain-Rodman, Roberta Economidis, George Karas, Victor Makras, Michael Meniktas, Fred Naranjo, Samantha Tama, Eleni Tsakopoulos and John Wolff. The reception is 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 16 at Harry’s Bar, 2020 Fillmore St., San Francisco. Costs are $100 for a guest, $500 for a support and $1,000 for a host. To RSVP or for more information call Stefanie Roumeliotes at (415) 402-0303.


Former Congressman Paul N. "Pete” McCloskey is endorsing Don Franchi for San Mateo County Superior Court judge.

"Don Franchi has demonstrated excellence in dealing with laws protecting families, children and the elderly; and he has the judgmental skills, scholarship and quite competence to make a superb Superior Court judge,” McCloskey stated in a written release.

Franchi is running against Jerry Nastari for the seat vacated by the retirement of Judge John Runde. The election is June 3.


The Legislative Council of the San Mateo Union High School District Teachers Association voted to endorse Richard Holober in the Democratic primary for the 19th district state Assembly seat. Holober, president of the San Mateo community College Board "has a detailed understanding of the many complex issues facing our school system” and "will bring experience, enthusiasm and pragmatism to the state Capitol,” said president Craig Childress in an announcement of the endorsement.

Holober is opposed by County Supervisor Jerry Hill and Millbrae Mayor Gina Papan.

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