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Election Journal
July 20, 2013, 05:00 AM

Incumbent Rico Medina has pulled papers for a seat on the San Bruno City Council, while incumbents Jim Ruane has pulled for mayor, John Marty for treasurer and Carol Bonner for city clerk.

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In South San Francisco, Pradeep Gupta, Mark Nagales, Rick Ochsenhirt, Carlos Martin and John Harry Prouty have pulled papers for nominations for the three four-year City Council seats.For the one two-year council seat, Mark. N. Addiego and Kate MacKay have pulled papers. Incumbent Krista Joy Martinelli has pulled papers for city clerk.

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San Carlos City Council incumbents Bob Grassilli, Matt Grocott and Karen Clapper have pulled nomination papers for re-election in November. Papers were also pulled by Cameron Johnson and Inge Tiegel-Doherty. Three seats are up for election.

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Redwood City Councilman Jeff Gee and former councilwoman Diane Howard filed their nomination papers with the city clerk for the November ballot. Councilman John Seybert and Corrin Rankin and Ernie Schmidt have also pulled papers. Three seats are up for election.

 

 

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