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November 6, 2018 — California General Election
Special District

Santa Cruz County Port DistrictCandidate for Commissioner

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Reed Geisreiter

Port Commissioner
15,865 votes (26.01%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Maintain safe, affordable ocean access for all harbor users.
  • Operate the harbor in a manner consistent with maintaining long term sustainability
  • Promote, encourage, and investigate economic development opportunities around the harbor.



Commissioner, Santa Cruz Port District — Appointed position (2009–current)
Regional President, Comerica Bank (1993–2017)


San Jose State University Bachelor of Science, Finance (1992)
Cabrillo College Associate of Arts, Business (1990)

Who supports this candidate?

Featured Endorsements

  • UCSC College Democrats
  • Santa Cruz County Democratic Party
  • Democratic Womens Club of Santa Cruz

Elected Officials (9)

  • Ryan Coonerty
  • Bruce McPherson
  • Zach Friend
  • John Leopold
  • David Terrazas
  • Cynthia Matthews
  • Richelle Noroyan
  • Stephen Reed
  • Dennis Smith

Individuals (18)

  • Joe Hall
  • Donna Meyers
  • Buzz Anderson
  • Mark Mesiti-Miller
  • Linda Wilshusen
  • Mauro Oliveri
  • John Mootz
  • Geoffrey Dunn
  • Gary Griggs
  • Greg Larson
  • Hans Haverman
  • Brian Foss
  • Carol Fuller
  • Hilary Bryant
  • Bill Simpkins
  • Mike Rodkin
  • Fred Keeley
  • Bill Lee

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