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November 7, 2017 — Local Elections

City of BurlingameCandidate for City Council

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Ann Keighran

Councilmember/Legislative Aide
3,654 votes (29.9%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Plan a Sustainable Future – a) Engage community in planning Caltrain electrification and Broadway Grade Separation b) Develop strategies to address changing environmental realities c) Increase and diversify revenue sources
  • Transportation and Safety a) Improve street and sidewalk safety while reducing congestion b) Expand shuttle service to increase transportation options for youth & seniors c) Increase police resources for quality of life of residents
  • Enhance our City a) Evaluate utilizing State land on Bayshore for community use b) Strategize funding capital improvements c) Address affordable housing d) Consider downtown projects that increase parking, attainable housing, and public open space



Profession:Legislative Aide to Supervisor Canepa
Legislative Aide, County of San Mateo (2017–current)
Councilmember, City of Burlingame — Elected position (2005–current)
Committee Member, Economic Development Subcommittee — Appointed position (2006–current)
Committee Member, Civic Engagement Subcommittee — Appointed position (2005–current)
Member, City/School Liaison Committee — Appointed position (2007–current)
Planning Commissioner, Burlingame Planning Commission — Appointed position (1998–2005)


San Mateo County Chamber of Commerce Certificate, Chamber of Commerce Leadership (2005)
University of San Francisco M. S., Nursing (1998)
University of San Francisco B. S., Nursing (1996)

Community Activities

Volunteer Leader, Burlingame Business Clean-Up Committee (2007–current)

Who supports this candidate?

Organizations (2)

  • The Daily Journal
  • San Mateo County Central Labor Council

Elected Officials (9)

  • State Senator Jerry Hill
  • State Assembly Speaker Pro Tempore Kevin Mullin
  • San Mateo County Treasurer-Tax Collector Sandie Arnott
  • San Mateo County Supervisor David J. Canepa
  • San Mateo County Supervisor Don Horsely
  • San Mateo County Supervisor Warren Slocum
  • Burlingame City Council Member Donna Wills Colson
  • Burlingame City Council Member Emily Beach
  • San Mateo County Supervisor Dave Pine

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