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Website PrintoutsCity of San Luis Obispo - Elections Page 1 of 3 city of sAn Luis Dais • DAN RIVOIRE - Nonprofit Executive Director (Candidate Statement) • CARLYN CHRISTIANSON - City Council Member (Candidate Statement) • MIKE CLARK - Retired Army Officer (Candidate Statement) • DAN CANO - Executive Director (Candidate Statement) • GORDON MULLIN - Financial Advisor (Candidate Statement) MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL (Vote for One) • DONALD E. HEDRICK - Artisan Whale Maker (No Candidate Statement) • JEFFERY CONLEY SPECHT - Entrepreneur (Candidate Statement) • JAN MARX - Mayor (Candidate Statement) CANDIDATE CAMPAIGN & PRIMARILY FORMED COMMITTEE DISCLOSURE DOCUMENTS Click here to view candidate campaign and primarily formed committee disclosure documents. LOCAL REVENUE BALLOT MEASURE Click here to view the notice of deadlines for submitting Primary and Rebuttal Arguments for or against a City Measure. Click here to view Resolution Nos. 10542 and 10545. Click here to download a Ballot Measure Guidelines and Forms Manual. City Attorney's Impartial Analysis of Measure G -14 Argument in Favor of Measure G -14 http://www.slocity.org/cityclerk/elections.asp 8/14/2014 •!0 About the City Clerk Choose a Destination... Search Contact us Home Elections Information Navigation: Candidate Campaign Disclosures & Requests for Information OVERVIEW General Municipal Elections are conducted in the City of San Luis Obispo in City Council Advisory Bodies Records Municipal Code Elections Preservation Project November of even - numbered years. The next General Municipal Election will take place in the City on November 4, 2014 for purposes of filling two Forms & Handbooks seats on the City Council, each for a term of four years, and the position of Mayor, for a term of two years. Click here to view the Notice of Election. FAQs Click here to view Resolution Nos. 10518 and 10519. How are we doing? If no one or only one person is nominated for an elective office, appointment to these offices may be prescribed by §10229, Elections Codes of the State of California. Click here to view the 2014 Election Calendar. Department Home NOMINEES FOR MAYOR AND MEMBERS OF CITY COUNCIL MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL (Vote for no more than Two) • DAN RIVOIRE - Nonprofit Executive Director (Candidate Statement) • CARLYN CHRISTIANSON - City Council Member (Candidate Statement) • MIKE CLARK - Retired Army Officer (Candidate Statement) • DAN CANO - Executive Director (Candidate Statement) • GORDON MULLIN - Financial Advisor (Candidate Statement) MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL (Vote for One) • DONALD E. HEDRICK - Artisan Whale Maker (No Candidate Statement) • JEFFERY CONLEY SPECHT - Entrepreneur (Candidate Statement) • JAN MARX - Mayor (Candidate Statement) CANDIDATE CAMPAIGN & PRIMARILY FORMED COMMITTEE DISCLOSURE DOCUMENTS Click here to view candidate campaign and primarily formed committee disclosure documents. LOCAL REVENUE BALLOT MEASURE Click here to view the notice of deadlines for submitting Primary and Rebuttal Arguments for or against a City Measure. Click here to view Resolution Nos. 10542 and 10545. Click here to download a Ballot Measure Guidelines and Forms Manual. City Attorney's Impartial Analysis of Measure G -14 Argument in Favor of Measure G -14 http://www.slocity.org/cityclerk/elections.asp 8/14/2014 City of San Luis Obispo - Campaign Statements Page 1 of 3 About the City Clerk Search Contact Us Hwe City Council CANDIDATE CAMPAIGN DISCLOSURE DOCUMENTS Advisory Bodies _ Below are scanned copies of campaign disclosure documents submitted to Records the City Clerk's Office by candidates for local office and their campaign committees relating to the November 4, 2014 General Municipal Election. Municipal Code Please note: It is the practice of this office to redact certain personal Elections information from campaign statements posted on this website. Unredacted Preservation versions of these forms are available for inspection and copy in the Office of Project the City Clerk, located at City Hall, 990 Palm Street, San Luis Obispo or by contacting (805) 781 -7100. Forms & Handbooks 2014 Election Calendar FAQs How are we doing? Office Sought: Member of the City Council Department Home • Dan Cano • Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial) • Form 700 - Statement of Economic Interests • Michael Clark o Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial • Form 410 - Statement of Organization Initial • Form 410 - Statement of Organization Amendment • Form 700 - Statement of Economic Interests • Carlyn Christianson o Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial • Form 410 - Statement of Organization Initial • Form 450 - Campaign Statement (06/09/14 06 30 14 • Form 410 - Statement of Organization /amendment • Form 700 - Statement of Economic Interests • Eric Meyer (Withdrew as of 05/20/2014) o Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial) • Gordon Mullin o Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial • Form 410 - Statement of Organization (Initial) • Farm 410 - Statement of Organization Amendment • Form 410 - Statement of Organization (Amendment • Form 460 - Campaign Statement (01/01/14 - 06/30/14) • Form 700 - Statement of Economic Interests • Dan Rivoire http:// www. slocity.org /cityclerk/elections /2014 /campaignstatements5.asp 8/14/2014 'City of San Luis Obispo - Elections city0f san Luis oBis ANN) USE TAX To protect and maintain essential services and facilities — such as open space preservation; bike lanes and sidewalks; YES public safety; neighborhood street paving and code enforcement; flood protection; senior programs; and other vital services and capital improvement projects — shall the City's Municipal Code be amended to extend the current one -half percent local sales tax for eight years, with independent annual audits, public goal- setting and NO budgeting, and a Citizens' Oversight Commission? Page 1 of 3 http:// www. slocity .org /cityclerk/elections.asp 8/4/2014 Choose a Destination... search Contact Home About the City Clerk City Council Advisory Bodies Elections Information Records Navigation: Candidate Campaign Disclosures & Requests for Information Municipal Code Elections OVERVIEW Preservation General Municipal Elections are conducted in the City of San Luis Obispo in Project November of even - numbered years. The next General Municipal Election will take place in the City on November 4, 2014 for purposes of filling two Forms & Handbooks seats on the City Council, each for a term of four years, and the position of Mayor, for a term of two years. Click here to view the Notice of Election. FAQs Click here to view Resolution Nos. 10518 and 10519. How are we doing? If no one or only one person is nominated for an elective office, Department Home 1 appointment to these offices may be prescribed by §10229, Elections Codes of the State of California. Click here to view the 2014 Election Calendar. CANDIDATE CAMPAIGN & PRIMARILY FORMED COMMITTEE DISCLOSURE DOCUMENTS Click here to view candidate campaign and primarily formed committee disclosure documents. LOCAL REVENUE BALLOT MEASURE Click here to view the notice of deadlines for submitting Primary and Rebuttal Arguments for or against a City Measure. Click here to view Resolution Nos. 10542 and 10545. Click here to download a Ballot Measure Guidelines and Forms Manual. City Attorney's Impartial Analysis of Measure G -14 Argument in Favor of Measure G -14 Argument Aaainst Measure G -14 Rebuttal to Argument in 'Favor of Measure G -14 Rebuttal to Argument A,gains Measure G -14 MEASURE G -14 ANN) USE TAX To protect and maintain essential services and facilities — such as open space preservation; bike lanes and sidewalks; YES public safety; neighborhood street paving and code enforcement; flood protection; senior programs; and other vital services and capital improvement projects — shall the City's Municipal Code be amended to extend the current one -half percent local sales tax for eight years, with independent annual audits, public goal- setting and NO budgeting, and a Citizens' Oversight Commission? Page 1 of 3 http:// www. slocity .org /cityclerk/elections.asp 8/4/2014 ' City of San Luis Obispo - Campaign Statements Page 1 of 2 About the City Clerk City Council Advisory Bodies i Records Municipal Code Elections Preservation Project Forms & Handbooks FAQs How are we doing? Department Home Search Cantact Us Home CANDIDATE CAMPAIGN DISCLOSURE DOCUMENTS Below are scanned copies of campaign disclosure documents submitted to the City Clerk's Office by candidates for local office and their campaign committees relating to the November 4, 2014 General Municipal Election. Please note: It is the practice of this office to redact certain personal information from campaign statements posted on this website. Unredacted versions of these forms are available for inspection and copy in the Office of the City Clerk, located at City Hall, 990 Palm Street, San Luis Obispo or by contacting (805) 781 -7100. 14 Election Calenda Office Sought: Member of the City Council • Daniel Cano o Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial) • Michael Clark • Form 501 _ Candidate Intention Statement (Initial) • Form 410 - Statement of Organization (Initial) • Form 410 - Statement of Organization (Amendment) • Carlyn Christianson • Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial) • Form 410 - Statement of Organization (Initial) • Form 460 - Campaign Statement (06/09/14 - 06/30/14) • Form 410 - Statement of Organization (Amendment) • Eric Meyer - Withdrawn as of OS/20/2014 o Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial) • Gordon Mullin • Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial) • Form 410 - Statement of Organization (Initial) • Form 410 - Statement of Org • anization (Amendment) • Form 410 - Statement of Organization Amendment • Form 460 - Campaign Statement (01/01/14 - 06/'30(14) • Daniel Rivoire • Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial) • Form 410 - Statement of Orqanization (Initial) http:// www. slocity.org /cityclerk/elections /2014 /campaignstatements5.asp 8/4/2014 City of San Luis Obispo - Campaign Statements Page 1 of 2 Choose a Destination too CoUs About the City Clerk REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION Below are emails requesting information that may be of interest to the City Council Advisory Bodies general public. If you have any questions or need information related to Records the 2014 General Municipal Election, please contact ameiia @slocitv.org or call the City Clerk's Office at 805 - 781 -7100. 04/09/14 Gong - 2010 Gubernatorial Election Ballots Cast 06/27/14 Lichtia - Ballot Measure Arguments 07/07/14 Schmidt - Ballot Measure Argument Deadlines Municipal Code Elections Preservation Project Forms & Handbooks AQs 07 j07/14 Schmidt - Ballot Measure Reports How are we doing? 07/08/14 Schmidt - Citizen Satisfaction Survey Department Home 07/09/14 Schmidt - Bona Fide Associations 07/0.9/14 Marx - Contribution Limits 07/15/14 duMoulin - Measure G -14 07/15/14 Meiia - Sample Ballot 07/25/14 Meiia - FPPC Workshop & Training 07 -23 -14 Gong - Measure G -14 - Impartial Analysis & Arguments NAVIGATION Go to General Election Information Go to Candidate Campaign Disclosure Documents About the Department I City Council I Advisory Bodies I Requests for Records Election I Forms & Handbooks I FA Os I Department Home http:// www. slocity .org /cityclerk/elections/ 2014/ Request %2Ofor %20Information.asp 8/4/2014 City of San Luis Obispo - Elections 7NICIty0f san Luis oBis E55ENTJLAL 5E1KVIGES -1 HANSAL I ION { SALES] AN L) USE IAX To protect and maintain essential services and facilities — such as open space preservation; bike lanes and sidewalks; YES public safety; neighborhood street paving and code enforcement; flood protection; senior programs; and other vital services and capital improvement projects — shall the City's Municipal Code be amended to extend the current one -half percent local sales tax for eight years, with independent annual audits, public goal- setting and NO budgeting, and a Citizens' Oversight Commission? Page 1 of 3 http:// www. slocity .org /cityclerk/elections.asp 7/25/2014 I I see Choose a Destination... Search contact us Nom,® About the City Clerk City Council Advisory Bodies Elections Information Records Navigation: Candidate Campaign Disclosures & Requests for Information Municipal Code Elections OVERVIEW Preservation General Municipal Elections are conducted in the City of San Luis Obispo in Project November of even - numbered years. The next General Municipal Election will take place in the City on November 4, 2014 for purposes of filling two Forms & Handbooks seats on the City Council, each for a term of four years, and the position of Mayor, for a term of two years. Click her to view the Notice of Election. FAgs Click here to view Resolution Nos. 10518 and 10519. How are we doing? If no one or only one person is nominated for an elective office, Department Home appointment to these offices may be prescribed by §10229, Elections Codes of the State of California. Click here to view the 2014 Election Calendar. CANDIDATE CAMPAIGN & PRIMARILY FORMED COMMITTEE DISCLOSURE DOCUMENTS Click here to view candidate campaign and primarily formed committee disclosure documents. LOCAL REVENUE BALLOT MEASURE Click here to view the notice of deadlines for submitting Primary and Rebuttal Arguments for or against a City Measure. Click here to view Resolution Nos. 10542 and 10545. Click here to download a Ballot Measure Guidelines and Forms Manual. City Attorneys Impartial Analysis of Measure G -14 Argument in Favor of Measure G -14 Argument Against Measure G -14 Rebuttal to Argument in Favor of Measure G-14 Rebuttal to rgument Against Measure G -14 MEASURE G -14 E55ENTJLAL 5E1KVIGES -1 HANSAL I ION { SALES] AN L) USE IAX To protect and maintain essential services and facilities — such as open space preservation; bike lanes and sidewalks; YES public safety; neighborhood street paving and code enforcement; flood protection; senior programs; and other vital services and capital improvement projects — shall the City's Municipal Code be amended to extend the current one -half percent local sales tax for eight years, with independent annual audits, public goal- setting and NO budgeting, and a Citizens' Oversight Commission? Page 1 of 3 http:// www. slocity .org /cityclerk/elections.asp 7/25/2014 City of San Luis Obispo - Elections city0f san Luis Dais City Attorney's Impartial Analysis of Measure G -14 Argument in Favor of Measure G -14 Argument Against Measure G -14 MEASURE G -14 C,JCN 1 IAL ,CKVIGC, 1 KAMbAG 1 lUN 1 bALC'1 ANU U1t 1 AA To protect and maintain essential services and facilities — such as open space preservation; bike lanes and sidewalks; YES public safety; neighborhood street paving and code enforcement; flood protection; senior programs; and other vital services and capital improvement projects — shall the City's Municipal Code be amended to extend the current one -half percent local sales tax for eight years, with independent annual audits, public goal- setting and NO budgeting, and a Citizens' Oversight Commission? PROCESS TO SEEK ELECTION FOR MAYOR OR MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL Page 1 of 3 http:// www. slocity .org /cityclerk/elections.asp 7/18/2014 About the City Clerk Choosy: a Destination... s.amh Concoct us Hume City Council Advisory Bodies Elections Information Records Navigation: Candidate 1;ampalan Disclosures & Requests for Information Municipal Code Elections OVERVIEW Preservation General Municipal Elections are conducted in the City of San Luis Obispo in Project November of even - numbered years. The next General Municipal Election — will take place in the City on November 4, 2014 for purposes of filling two Forms & Handbooks seats on the City Council, each for a term of four years, and the position of Mayor, for a term of two years. Click here to view the Notice of Election. FAQs Click here to view Resolution Nos. 10518 and 10519. How are we doing? If no one or only one person is nominated for an elective office, Department Home , appointment to these offices may be prescribed by §10229, Elections Codes of the State of California. Click here to view the 2014 Election Calendar. CANDIDATE CAMPAIGN & PRIMARILY FORMED COMMITTEE DISCLOSURE DOCUMENTS Click here to view candidate campaign and primarily formed committee disclosure documents. LOCAL REVENUE BALLOT MEASURE Click here to view the notice of deadlines for submitting Primary and Rebuttal Arguments for or against a City Measure. Click here to view Resolution Nos. 10542 and 10545. Click here to download a Ballot Measure Guidelines and Forms Manual. City Attorney's Impartial Analysis of Measure G -14 Argument in Favor of Measure G -14 Argument Against Measure G -14 MEASURE G -14 C,JCN 1 IAL ,CKVIGC, 1 KAMbAG 1 lUN 1 bALC'1 ANU U1t 1 AA To protect and maintain essential services and facilities — such as open space preservation; bike lanes and sidewalks; YES public safety; neighborhood street paving and code enforcement; flood protection; senior programs; and other vital services and capital improvement projects — shall the City's Municipal Code be amended to extend the current one -half percent local sales tax for eight years, with independent annual audits, public goal- setting and NO budgeting, and a Citizens' Oversight Commission? PROCESS TO SEEK ELECTION FOR MAYOR OR MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL Page 1 of 3 http:// www. slocity .org /cityclerk/elections.asp 7/18/2014 City of San Luis Obispo - Campaign Statements Page 1 of 2 Search Contact Us Hame About the City Clerk City Council CANDIDATE CAMPAIGN DISCLOSURE DOCUMENTS Advisory Bodies Below are scanned copies of campaign disclosure documents submitted to the City Clerk's Office by candidates for local office and their campaign Records committees relating to the November 4, 2014 General Municipal Election. Municipal Code Please note: It is the practice of this office to redact certain personal Elections information from campaign statements posted on this website. Unredacted versions of these forms are available for inspection and copy in the Office of Preservation the City Clerk, located at City Hall, 990 Palm Street, San Luis Obispo or by Project contacting (805) 781 -7100. Forms & Handbooks 2014 Election Calendar FAQs Office Sought: Member of the City Council How are we doing? Department Home • Daniel Cano o Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial) • Michael Clark • Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial) • Form 410 - Statement of Organization (Initial) • Carlyn Christianson • Form 501 - Candidate intention Statement (Initial) • Form 410 - Statement of Organization (Initial) • Form 460 - Campaign Statement (06/09/14 - 06/30/14) • Eric Meyer - Withdrawn as of 05/20/2014 o Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial) • Gordon Mullin o Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial • Form 410 - Statement of Organization (Initial) • Form 410 - Statement of Organization (Amendment) • Form 410 - Statement of Organization (Amendment) • Daniel Rivoire • Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial) • Form 410 - Statement of Organization (Initial) Office Sought: Mayor • John Conner o Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial) http:// www. slocity.org /cityclerk/elections /2014 /campaignstatements5.asp 7/18/2014 City of San Luis Obispo - Campaign Statements About the City Clerk City Council Advisory Bodies Records Municipal Code Elections Preservation Project Forms & Handbooks FAQs How are we doing? Fepartment Home Choose a Destination. REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION ® �% Search Contact Us Nome Below are emails requesting information that may be of interest to the general public. If you have any questions or need information related to the 2014 General Municipal Election, please contact ameiia@slocity.org or call the City Clerk's Office at 805 - 781 -7100. 04/09/14 Gano - 2010 Gubernatorial Election Ballots Cast 06127114 Lichtig - Ballot, Measure Arguments 07/07114 Schmidt - Ballot Measure Argument Deadlines 07/07/14 Schmidt - Ballot Measure Report s 07/08114 Schmidt - Citizen Satisfaction Survey 07/09/14 Schmidt - Bona t=ide Associations 07/09/14 Marx - Contrlbution Limits 07/15/14 duMoulin - Measure G -14 07/15/14 Meiia - Sample Ballot NAVIGATION Go to General Election Information Go to Candidate Campaign Disclosure Documents About the Department I City Council I Advisory Bodies I Requests for Records Election I Forms & Handbooks I FAOs I Department Home About the City I visiting SLO I City Government I Emolovment Bids & Proposals I FA Os I Press Room I How are we doing? ©2014 City of San Luis Obispo Page 1 of 1 http:// www. slocity .org /cityclerk/elections/ 2014 / Request %2Ofor %20Information.asp 7/18/2014 City of San Luis Obispo - Elections a M CbbrN 1 lAL ,tKVILrb 1 KANbAL 11UN t bALtb) ANU USt 1 AX To protect and maintain essential services and facilities — such as open space preservation; bike lanes and sidewalks; public safety; neighborhood street paving and code YES enforcement; flood protection; senior programs; and other vital services and capital improvement projects — shall the City's Municipal Code be amended to extend the current . one -half percent local sales tax for eight years, with independent annual audits, public goal- setting and NO budgeting, and a Citizens' Oversight Commission? PROCESS TO SEEK ELECTION FOR MAYOR OR MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL Page 1 of 3 http://www.slocity.org/cityclerk/elections.asp 7/15/2014 Choose a Destination... search Contact us Home About the City Clerk City Council Advisory Bodies Elections Information Records 1 Navigation: Candidate Campalgn Disclosures & Requests for Information Municipal Code Elections OVERVIEW Preservation General Municipal Elections are conducted in the City of San Luis Obispo in Project November of even - numbered years. The next General Municipal Election — will take place in the City on November 4, 2014 for purposes of filling two Forms & Handbooks seats on the City Council, each for a term of four years, and the position of Mayor, for a term of two years. Click here to view the Notice of Election. FAQs Clink here to view Resolution Nos. 10518 and 10519. How are we doing? If no one or only one person is nominated for an elective office, Department Home appointment to these offices may be prescribed by §10229, Elections Codes of the State of California. Click here to view the 2014 Election Calendar. CANDIDATE CAMPAIGN & PRIMARILY FORMED COMMITTEE DISCLOSURE DOCUMENTS Click here to view candidate campaign and primarily formed committee disclosure documents. LOCAL REVENUE BALLOT MEASURE Click here to view the notice of deadlines for submitting Primary and Rebuttal Arguments for or against a City Measure. Click here to view Resolution Nos. 10542 and 10545. Click here to download a Ballot Measure Guidelines and Forms Manual. City Attorney's Impartial Analysis of Measure G -14 Argument in Favor of Measure G -14 Argument Against Measure G -14 MEASURE G -14 CbbrN 1 lAL ,tKVILrb 1 KANbAL 11UN t bALtb) ANU USt 1 AX To protect and maintain essential services and facilities — such as open space preservation; bike lanes and sidewalks; public safety; neighborhood street paving and code YES enforcement; flood protection; senior programs; and other vital services and capital improvement projects — shall the City's Municipal Code be amended to extend the current . one -half percent local sales tax for eight years, with independent annual audits, public goal- setting and NO budgeting, and a Citizens' Oversight Commission? PROCESS TO SEEK ELECTION FOR MAYOR OR MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL Page 1 of 3 http://www.slocity.org/cityclerk/elections.asp 7/15/2014 ,City of San Luis Obispo - Elections I . . Cit or S IN sm IUIy • 0 0 1 About the City Clerk ,Choose a Destination... s.amh Caetact us Home City Council Advisory Bodies I Elections Information Records Navigation: Candidate Campaign Disclosures & Regues_ts for information Municipal Code Elections OVERVIEW Preservation General Municipal Elections are conducted in the City of San Luis Obispo in Project November of even - numbered years. The next General Municipal Election will take place in the City on November 4, 2014 for purposes of filling two Forms & Handbooks seats on the City Council, each for a term of four years, and the position of FAQs Mayor, for a term of two years. Click here to view the Notice of Election. Click here to view Resolution Nos. 10518 and 10519. How are we doing? If no one or only one person is nominated for an elective office, Department Home appointment to these offices may be prescribed by §10229, Elections Codes of the State of California. Click here to view the 2014 Election Calendar. CANDIDATE CAMPAIGN DISCLOSURE DOCUMENTS Click here to view candidate campaign disclosure documents. LOCAL REVENUE BALLOT MEASURE Click here to view the notice of deadlines for submitting Primary and Rebuttal Arguments for or against a City Measure. Click here to view Resolution Nos. 10542 and 10545. Click here to download a Ballot Measure Guidelines and Forms Manual. MEASURE G -14 SEKViGES TKANSAGTIDN (SALES) AND USE TAX To protect and maintain essential services and facilities — such as open space preservation; bike lanes and sidewalks; public safety; neighborhood street paving and code YES enforcement; flood protection; senior programs; and other vital services and capital improvement projects — shall the City's Municipal Code be amended to extend the current. one -half percent local sales tax for eight years, with independent annual audits, public goal- setting and NO budgeting, and a Citizens' Oversight Commission? PROCESS TO SEEK ELECTION FOR MAYOR OR MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL Any person desiring to seek election for Mayor or Member of the City Council must be a registered voter of the City of San Luis Obispo at the time nomination papers are issued by the City Clerk. The nomination period for the November 4, 2014 election begins July 14, 2014 and closes on Friday, August 8, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. During this period, individuals may take out, circulate and file nomination papers. If an Page 1 of 3 http:// www. slocity .org /cityclerk/elections.asp 7/8/2014 City of San Luis Obispo - Campaign Statements city0f s,xn I I s" OBI s" Page 1 of 2 Semrch Contract Us Hume About the City Clerk City Council CANDIDATE CAMPAIGN DISCLOSURE DOCUMENTS Advisory Bodies Below are scanned copies of campaign disclosure documents submitted to Records the City Clerk's Office by candidates for local office and their campaign committees relating to the November 4, 2014 General Municipal Election. Municipal Code Elections Please note: It is the practice of this office to redact certain personal information from campaign statements posted on this website. Unredacted Preservation versions of these forms are available for inspection and copy in the Office of Project the City Clerk, located at City Hall, 990 Palm Street, San Luis Obispo or by contacting (805) 781 -7100. Forms & Handbooks FAQs 2014 Election Calendar How are we doing? d Office Sought: Member of the City Council Department Home I • Daniel Cano o Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial) • Carlyn Christianson • Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial) • Form 410 - Statement of Organization (Initial) • Eric Meyer - Withdrawn as of 05/20/2014 o Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial) • Gordon Mullin o Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial • Form 410 - Statement of Organization (Initial) • Form 410 - Statement of Organization (Amendment) • Form 410 - Statement of Organization (Amendment) • Daniel Rivoire o Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial) Office Sought: Mayor • John Conner o Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial) • Jan Marx • Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement (Initial) • Form 410 - Statement of Organization (Initial) http:// www. slocity.org /cityclerk/elections /2014 /campaignstatements5.asp 7/8/2014 .City of San Luis Obispo - Campaign Statements About the City Clerk City Council Advisory Bodies Records Municipal Code Elections Preservation Project Forms & Handbooks �FAQs How are we doing? Department Home Or Choose a Destination.. REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION Page 1 of 1 too Co Us Below are emails requesting information that may be of interest to the general public. If you have any questions or need information related to the 2014 General Municipal Election, please contact ameiiaCcbslocitv.org or call the City Clerk's Office at 805 - 781 -7100. 04/09114 Gong - 2010 Gubernatorial Election Ballots Cast 06/27/14 Lichtig - Ballot Measure Arguments 07/07114 Schmidt - Ballot Measure Argument Deadlines 07/07114 Schmidt - Ballot Measure Reports 07108114 Schmidt - Citizen Satisfaction Survey NAVIGATION Go to General Election Information Go to Candidate Campaign Disclosure Documents About the Deoartment I City Council i Advisory Bodies I Reguests for Records El i n I Forms & Handbooks I FA I Oe_pawtment Home About the City I Vi5ltinQ Sl:d I Otv Goverarnef t i Emoloyment Bids & Proppsai5 I FA ©s I Press Room I How are we doing? 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PROCESS TO SEEK ELECTION FOR MAYOR OR MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL Any person desiring to seek election for Mayor or Member of the City Council must be a registered voter of the City of San Luis Obispo at the time nomination papers are issued by the City Clerk. The nomination period for the November 4, 2014 election begins July 14, 2014 and closes on Friday, August 8, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. During this period, individuals may take out, circulate and file nomination papers. If an Incumbent for one of the offices being voted upon does not file nomination papers by 5:00 p.m. on August 8, 2014, the filing period for that office will Page 1 of 3 http:// www. slocity .org/cityclerk/elections.asp 7/3/2014 0 0 About the City Clerk Choose a Destination... i- coaua Home City Council Advisory Bodies ` Elections Information Records Municipal Code OVERVIEW Elections General Municipal Elections are conducted in the City of San Luis Obispo in November of even - numbered years. The next General Municipal Election Preservation will take place in the City on November 4, 2014 for purposes of filling two Project seats on the City Council, each for a term of four years, and the position of Mayor, for a term of two years. Click here to view the Notice of Election. Forms & Handbooks Click here to view Resolution Nos. 10518 and 10519. FAQs If no one or only one person is nominated for an elective office, How are we doing? appointment to these offices may be prescribed by §10229, Elections Codes of the State of California. Click here to view the 2014 Election Calendar. Department Home CANDIDATE CAMPAIGN DISCLOSURE DOCUMENTS Click here to view candidate campaign disclosure documents. LOCAL REVENUE BALLOT MEASURE Click here to view the notice of deadlines for submitting Primary and Rebuttal Arguments for or against a City Measure. Click here to view Resolution Nos. 10542 and 10545. Click here to download a Ballot Measure Guidelines and Forms Manual. MEASURE G -14 tbStNTI,AL 5tKV1[;Ebi IKANbAi:TION t5ALES1 ANN Ubr TAX To protect and maintain essential services and facilities - such as open space preservation; bike lanes and sidewalks; YES public safety; neighborhood street paving and code enforcement; flood protection; senior programs; and other vital services and capital improvement projects - shall the City's Municipal Code be amended to extend the current one -half percent local sales tax for eight years, with independent annual audits, public goal - setting and NO budgeting, and a Citizens' Oversight Commission? PROCESS TO SEEK ELECTION FOR MAYOR OR MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL Any person desiring to seek election for Mayor or Member of the City Council must be a registered voter of the City of San Luis Obispo at the time nomination papers are issued by the City Clerk. The nomination period for the November 4, 2014 election begins July 14, 2014 and closes on Friday, August 8, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. During this period, individuals may take out, circulate and file nomination papers. If an Incumbent for one of the offices being voted upon does not file nomination papers by 5:00 p.m. on August 8, 2014, the filing period for that office will Page 1 of 3 http:// www. slocity .org/cityclerk/elections.asp 7/3/2014 City of San Luis Obispo - Elections be extended until August 13, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. During this extension period, any eligible person, other than the incumbent, may take out, circulate, and file nomination papers for that office. VOTER REGISTRATION INFORMATION The last day to register to vote to be eligible to vote in the November 4, 2014 election Is October 20, 2014. You will need to re- register if there has been a change in your status since the last election (name change, new address, etc). Registration forms are available at City Hall, 990 Palm Street, San Luis Obispo, and you can also register to vote online at www.sos.ca.aov. NOMINEES FOR MAYOR AND MEMBERS OF CITY COUNCIL This portion of the City's website will be added after the close of nominations and after the ballot order has been determined by a randomized drawing conducted by the Secretary of State. Please log onto this section of the website after August 14, 2014 to obtain a listing of citizens who will appear on the ballot. You may also call the City Clerk's Office at 805- 781 -7100 during the nomination period to receive updates on citizens who have taken out nomination papers, filed nomination papers, and /or qualified to be placed on the ballot. ELECTION DAY The polls will be open on Election Day (November 4, 2014) between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Your polling place will be indicated on your Sample Ballot that you receive In the mail. You may also learn your polling place by calling the San Luis Obispo Registrar of Voters at 805 -781- 5000, or by logging on to the San Luis Obispo Registrar of Voters' website at www.slocounty.ca.gov /clerk. Other Information and Past Elections April 11, 2014 - Memo on Local Revenue Ballot Measure and Fiscal Initiative June 18, 2013 - 2013 Special Election November 6, 2012 - 2012 General Election August 30, 2011 - 2011 Special EectionMeasures A & B November 15, 2011 - 2011 Special Election Measure C November 2, 2010 - 2010 General Election Page 2 of 3 http:// www. slocity .org/cityclerk/elections.asp 7/3/2014 Welcome to the City of San Luis Obispo c1liq Of % 11 A/V ? f d / C 1 ' US O OBIS O, Page 1 of 3 Facilities Reservations Report a Problem Site Info Feedback City Departments V 00 What's New in SLO News Homeless Solutions Keeping the public aware and updated about homeless programs, services, and initiatives. Find out more about direct giving. City Council Agenda Hot Topics City Land Use and Circulation Element Update (LUCE) Draft EIR Available for Public Review and Input The Draft Environmental Impact Report for the LUCE update can be found at the following link: www.slo2035.com. Comments are welcome during the public review period which extends from June 13 to July 28, 2014. Free copies of the Draft CD EIR is at the Community Development Department (919 Palm Street). Neighborhood Wellness & Community Civility Survey There are two survey submittal options. You may complete the survey on -line at Survey Monkey by Clicking Here. Or, you may print a copy (legal -size paper needed) by clicking here and drop off or mail the survey to the following address: Attn: Administration 990 Palm Street, SLO Information on November 4th City Election 2014 Benchmark Study San Luis Obispo ranked favorably in a fiscal comparison with eight similar California cities. Benchmarks included revenues, expenses, public safety, road conditions and other service outcomes. Find out more about how the City measured up in the 2014 Benchmark Study. Cal Polar Housing RECIRCULATED DRAFT EIR is Available for Review Cal Poly is proposing to construct approximately 1,475 beds of first -year housing and a 300- 500 space parking structure on campus at Slack & Grand. The updated EIR is available HERE. City Staff liaison for the project is Tyler Corey 805- 781 -7169. The City's comments on the Recirculated Draft EIR may be found here. Council Notes Council Notes are updates about interesting programs and projects around the City. 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Checkout the City's online events brochure SLO Happenings) http: / /www.slocity.org/ 7/2/2014 City of San Luis Obispo - Elections at y or sm leis Dais To protect and maintain essential services and facilities — such as open space preservation; bike lanes and sidewalks; public safety; neighborhood street paving and code enforcement; flood protection; senior programs; and other vital services Yes and capital improvement projects — shall the City's Municipal Code be amended to extend the current one -half percent local sales tax for eight years, with independent annual audits, public goal- setting and budgeting, and a Citizens' Oversight Commission? No PROCESS TO SEEK ELECTION FOR MAYOR OR MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL Any person desiring to seek election for Mayor or Member of the City Council must be a registered voter of the City of San Luis Obispo at the time nomination papers are issued by the City Clerk. The nomination period for the November 4, 2014 election begins July 14, 2014 and closes on Friday, August 8, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. During this period, individuals may take out, circulate and file nomination papers. If an incumbent for one of the offices being voted upon does not file nomination papers by 5:00 p.m. on August 8, 2014, the filing period for that office will be extended until August 13, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. During this extension Page 1 of 2 http:// www. slocity .org /cityclerk/elections.asp 7/2/2014 About the City Clerk Choose a Destination... sq Contact H City Council Advisory Bodies Elections Information Records Municipal Code OVERVIEW Elections I General Municipal Elections are conducted in the City of San Luis Obispo in November of even - numbered years. The next General Municipal Election Preservation will take place in the City on November 4, 2014 for purposes of filling two Project seats on the City Council, each for a term of four years, and the position of Mayor, for a term of two years. Click Tigre to view the Notice of Election. Forms &Handbooks Click here to view Resolution Nos. 10518 and 10519. FAQs If no one or only one person is nominated for an elective office, How are we doing? appointment to these offices may be prescribed by §10229, Elections Codes of the State of California. C_ lick here to view the 2014 Election Calendar. Department Home CANDIDATE CAMPAIGN DISCLOSURE DOCUMENTS Click here to view candidate campaign disclosure documents. LOCAL REVENUE BALLOT MEASURE CIick here to view the notice of deadlines for submitting Primary and Rebuttal Arguments for or against a City Measure. Click here to view Resolution Nos. 10542 and 10545. Click here to download a Ballot Measure Guideline and Forms Manual. MEASURE- To protect and maintain essential services and facilities — such as open space preservation; bike lanes and sidewalks; public safety; neighborhood street paving and code enforcement; flood protection; senior programs; and other vital services Yes and capital improvement projects — shall the City's Municipal Code be amended to extend the current one -half percent local sales tax for eight years, with independent annual audits, public goal- setting and budgeting, and a Citizens' Oversight Commission? No PROCESS TO SEEK ELECTION FOR MAYOR OR MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL Any person desiring to seek election for Mayor or Member of the City Council must be a registered voter of the City of San Luis Obispo at the time nomination papers are issued by the City Clerk. The nomination period for the November 4, 2014 election begins July 14, 2014 and closes on Friday, August 8, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. During this period, individuals may take out, circulate and file nomination papers. If an incumbent for one of the offices being voted upon does not file nomination papers by 5:00 p.m. on August 8, 2014, the filing period for that office will be extended until August 13, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. During this extension Page 1 of 2 http:// www. slocity .org /cityclerk/elections.asp 7/2/2014 City of San Luis Obispo - Elections Page 1 of 2 cltyof sAn LLbs oBispo About the City Clerk Choose a Destination... C; Search Contact us Home City Council Advisory Bodies Elections Information Records Municipal Code OVERVIEW Elections General Municipal Elections are conducted in the City of San Luis Obispo in November of even - numbered years. The next General Municipal Election Preservation will take place In the City on November 4, 2014 for purposes of filling two Project seats on the City Council, each for a term of four years, and the position of Mayor, for a term of two years. Click here to view the Notice of Election. Forms &Handbooks Click here to view Resolution Nos. 10518 and 10519. FAQs If no one or only one person is nominated for an elective office, How are we doing? appointment to these offices may be prescribed by §10229, Elections Codes of the State of California. Click here to view the 2014 Election Calendar. Department Home CANDIDATE CAMPAIGN DISCLOSURE DOCUMENTS Click here to view candidate campaign disclosure documents. PROCESS TO SEEK ELECTION FOR MAYOR OR MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL Any person desiring to seek election for Mayor or Member of the City Council must be a registered voter of the City of San Luis Obispo at the time nomination papers are Issued by the City Clerk. The nomination period for the November 4, 2014 election begins July 14, 2014 and closes on Friday, August 8, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. During this period, Individuals may take out, circulate and file nomination papers. If an Incumbent for one of the offices being voted upon does not file nomination papers by 5:00 p.m. on August 8, 2014, the filing period for that office will be extended until August 13, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. During this extension period, any eligible person, other than the incumbent, may take out, circulate, and file nomination papers for that office. VOTER REGISTRATION INFORMATION The last day to register to vote to be eligible to vote in the November 4, 2014 election is October 20, 2014. You will need to re- register if there has been a change in your status since the last election (name change, new address, etc). Registration forms are available at City Hall, 990 Palm Street, San Luis Obispo, and you can also register to vote online at www.sos.ca.gov. NOMINEES FOR MAYOR AND MEMBERS OF CITY COUNCIL This portion of the City's website will be added after the close of nominations and after the ballot order has been determined by a randomized drawing conducted by the Secretary of state. Please log onto this section of the website after August 14, 2014 to obtain a listing of citizens who will appear on the ballot. You may also call the City Clerk's Office at 805 - 781 -7100 during the nomination period to receive updates on citizens who have taken out nomination papers, filed nomination papers, and /or qualified to be placed on the ballot. ELECTION DAY http:// www. slocity .org /cityclerk/elections.asp 6/10/2014 City of San Luis Obispo - Elections Page 2 of 2 The polls will be open on Election Day (November 4, 2014) between the hours of 7:00 a.m, and 8:00 p.m. Your polling place will be indicated on your Sample Ballot that you receive in the mail. You may also learn your polling place by calling the San Luis Obispo Registrar of Voters at 805 -781- 5000, or by logging on to the San Luis Obispo Registrar of Voters' website at www.slocounty.ca.aov /clerk. Other Information and Past Elections April 11, 2014 - Memo on Local Revenue Ballot Measure and Fiscal Initiative June 18, 2013 - 2013 Special Election November 6, 2012 - 2012 General Election VOTE August 30, 2011 - 2011 Soecfal Electionmeasures A & B November 15, 2011 - 2011 Special Election Measure C November 2, 2010 - 2010 General Election About the Deoartment I City Council I Advisory Bodies I Reguests for Records Election I Forms & Handbooks) FAQs I Department Home About the City I Visiting SLO I City Government I Employment Bids & Proposals I FAOs I Press Room I How are we doing? ©2014 City of San Luis Obispo http:// www. slocity .org /cityclerk/elections.asp 6/10/2014