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San Mateo CountyCandidate for Supervisor, District 3

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Dan Stegink

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8,964 votes (23.12%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • TAXES: As County Supervisor I will never vote to raise your taxes.
  • TRAFFIC: Menlo Park gets underground trains. HMB gets elevated trains. Route 92 between HMB & San Mateo is closed to large commercial trucks during peak hours.
  • HOUSING: 250 sq ft micro apartments in "job density hotspots". Put the housing where the jobs are and new housing doesn't affect commute times.



  • Education: Masters of Business Administration
  • Govt: Planning Commissioner
  • Status: Married father of Lewis (9) and Baby Benjie (1).
  • Occupation: Developer-Medical epidemic tracking software
  • Rescue: PADI Certified Rescue Diver
  • Sport:Ironman Triathlon Competitor
    Brazil, Arizona
  • Multiple Marathon Finisher
  • 40 Mile Run Finisher
  • Martial Artist
  • Recreational Fisherman

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

"It's never too late for local government to be a good steward of the Public's money."

Folks are taxed to death.  San Mateo County needs to live within it's means.

Most taxpayers would be shocked to learn San Mateo County owes:

SMC:  $11,000 per household pension debt

Independently some cities have higher pension debt PER HOUSEHOLD, including:

Menlo Park:  13,920

Pacifica:       12,277


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