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November 6, 2018 — California General Election

City of Los AltosCandidate for City Council

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Teresa Morris

Sleep Consultant
2,259 votes (8.87%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • To proactively bring the voice of the majority of residents into the conversation regarding the future of Los Altos.
  • More transparency with regard to decsions and actions that affect the residents and other stakeholders, such as merchants.
  • To create an authentic discussion about affordable housing and how Los Altos can meet state mandates.



Profession:Sleep and Behavior Consulatnt for Families
Downtown Buildings Committee, committee member — Appointed position (2016–2016)


Foothill College and San Francisco State University Associate in Arts degree and Bachelor of Science degree, psychology, holistic health and child development (2010)


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Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

I feel politics need to be inclusive; they need to reflect the voice of the majority while considering the voices of all. If elected, it will be my job to listen to and consider all voices that have a stake in Los Altos. I feel politicians must be respectful of all people and that politics must be a fair and level playing field for all. That is something that is lacking greatly in the world of politics. In addition, transparency is a must.

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