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June 7, 2016 — California Primary Election
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Santa Clara County Democratic Party — Democratic PartyCandidate for County Central Committee, Assembly District 28

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Hope Cahan

17,632 votes (8.89%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • I will work to help elect candidates who will uphold the Democratic ideals.
  • I will work to educate citizens about the Democratic ideals of social activism, community involvement, & volunteerism.
  • I will work to increase voter registration and participation.



Profession:Santa Clara County Environment and Transportation Policy Advisor
Policy Advisor, Santa Clara County Supervisor Cindy Chavez (2013–current)
Member, Santa Clara County Democratic Central Committee — Elected position (2002–current)
Commissioner, San Jose Planning Commission — Appointed position (2009–2014)
Solar Thermal Community Development Director, Free Hot Water (2011–2013)
Field Representative, Assemblymember Jim Beall (2012–2012)
Executive Assistant, Democratic Women's Forum (2005–2008)
Commissioner, Santa Clara County Domestic Violence Council — Appointed position (2002–2005)


USF Bachelor of Science, English Education (1994)

Community Activities

Boardmember, Park Wilshire Improvement Association (2006–current)
Chair, Annual Fundraising Dinner, Santa Clara County Democratic Party (2002–current)
Trustee, San Jose Parks Foundation (2012–2012)

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