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June 7, 2016 — California Primary Election
United States

United States SenateCandidate for Senator

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Tim Gildersleeve

Paratransit Operator
9,798 votes (0.1%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Ensure that the most vulnerable in our society are not left out (poor, elderly, and disabled)
  • Be part of an impactful public works project that address our infrastructure needs as a nation (including broadband)
  • Strengthen laws that allow union accessiblity for all workers



Profession:Data Analyst & Transit Operator
Paratransit Operator, MV Transportation (2007–current)
Paratransit Operator, ATC/Veolia (2002–2007)
Data Support, NASA Ames Research Center (1990–2001)
Manager and Worker, various restaurants (1982–1992)
Manager and Worker, various restaurants (1978–1980)


San Jose State University B.S., Business Administration (M.I.S. Concentration) (2002)
De Anza College Associate degree, computer information systems (1995)

Community Activities

Member (Head of the food pantry - Shepherd's Table), Valley Church in Cupertino (2011–current)
Office worker and volunteer, Love in the Name of Christ (2007–current)

Official Statement

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Source: California Secretary of State

I am a follower of Jesus Christ. I stand for the poor, elderly, and disabled, environmental issues, unions, small business, and represent the average citizen. My website is:

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