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November 8, 2016 — Elección General de California
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Joan Hartmann

Teacher/Professor/Community Leader
19,425 votos (53.47%)Winning
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Mis 3 prioridades principales

  • Improve the safety of our roads and neighborhoods, protect the rural character and agricultural lands of the Gaviota Coast & Inland Valleys
  • Promote local business and job creation, develop regional appraches for greater energy and water self-sufficiency
  • Hold local government accounty accountable to you. I will respond to your questions and concerns within 24-hours.

Experiencia

Experiencia

Profesión:Teacher/Professor/Community Leader
Planning Commissioner, Santa Barbara County — Cargo designado (2012–2016)

Educación

Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College, Portland OR Juris Doctor (J.D.), Editor-in-Chief, Environmental Law, Environmental and Natural Resources Certificate,Cornelius Honor Society (1991)
Claremont Graduate School,Claremont CA Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Government (1981)
Claremont Graduate School Master of Arts (MA) (1977)

Biografía

Joan Hartmann, Ph.D., J.D., served as Supervisor Doreen Farr’s Planning Commissioner for the Third District from 2012 to 2016. During that time, she gained real insight to the challenges facing our County.

Joan understands that the first job of local government is to make sure our residents and visitors are safe and secure. This means more than maintaining high quality police and fire protection; it means ensuring that we have safe roads, reliable safe water, a healthy economy and a healthy environment.

Joan has lived in Santa Barbara County since 1998. A champion of young people, she served for six years as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for children in the foster care network. Active in many community organizations, Joan currently serves on the Santa Barbara Foundation’s LEAF Advisory Committee and the Wildling Museum’s Board of Directors.

Joan was raised by a single mother, following the death of her father, a disabled veteran who was injured in the Korean War.  Joan’s mother, a nurse, instilled in Joan a commitment to public service and the importance of getting a good education. Joan was able to use GI Bill survivor benefits to attend college.

Joan began her career in the academic world.  She worked as a high school and college teacher while pursuing her graduate degrees. Joan was the first woman faculty member of the Claremont Graduate School and served as Director of its Public Policy Program. She then was appointed Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies and Government at Oberlin College; and later served as adjunct professor at USC. She has also worked in the policy and budget offices and as legal counsel for several federal government agencies.

Joan is well recognized as a creative problem solver and advocate for government working collaboratively with the private and non-profit sectors. One of her significant achievements is helping found the Southern California Wetlands Recovery Project, a novel public-private partnership among government agencies, business, and environmental interests that has secured over $628 million to restore rivers and wetlands, from Gaviota to San Diego. These efforts increase water supplies, restored habitats, and create jobs.

Joan has a history of working on measures that hold local government more accountable to the people they represent. In 2008, she spearheaded the Buellton Urban Growth Boundary initiative which requires a vote of the people before the City can expand its boundaries, the first such initiative in Santa Barbara County. She also advised the Goodland Coalition which successfully campaigned for a similar initiative in Goleta.

She is married to James (Jim) Powell. She has one adult daughter and two adult stepchildren. She and her husband enjoy country living with their horses, rescue burro, rescue dogs and cats, as well as their chickens and honeybees.

 

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Featured Endorsements

  • Tri-Counties Building & Construction Trades Council
  • Sierra Club
  • Santa Barbara County Firefighters Association

Organizaciónes (5)

  • Tri-Counties Central Labor Council
  • Planned Parenthood Central Coast Action Fund
  • Democratic Women of Santa Barbara County
  • Democratic Party of Santa Barbara County
  • Santa Barbara Women's Political Committee

Funcionarios electos (26)

  • Vandenberg Village Community Services District Director Christopher Brooks
  • Goleta School Board Member Yvonne DeGraw
  • Goleta School Board Member Susan Epstein
  • Goleta School Board Member Richard Mayer
  • Goleta School Board Member Luz Reyes-Martin
  • Goleta Water Board Member Lauren Hanson
  • Goleta Water Board Member Bill Rosen
  • Goleta Water Board Member Meg West
  • Isla Vista Recreation and Parks District Director Ethan Bertrand
  • Isla Vista Recreation and Parks District Director Dave Hubbard
  • Isla Vista Recreation and Parks District Director Jacob Lebell
  • Isla Vista Recreation and Parks District Director Pegeen Soutar
  • Santa Barbara School Board Member Monique Limón
  • Santa Barbara City College Trustee Jonathan Abboud
  • Santa Barbara City College Trustee & former Mayor Marty Blum
  • Vandenberg Village Community Services District Director Charles Blair
  • Guadalupe City Councilmember Ariston Julian
  • Goleta Councilmember Paula Perotte
  • Congresswoman Lois Capps
  • Founding Goleta Mayor Margaret Connell
  • Buellton Councilmember Leo Elovitz
  • Buellton School Board Member Ken Stevens
  • Goleta Mayor Jim Farr
  • Supervisor Doreen Farr
  • Supervisor Janet Wolf
  • Supervisor Salud Carbajal

Creencias poliza

Filosofía política

As your Planning Commissioner, I represented our entire district, building a balanced record of approving projects that created workforce and senior housing, and good jobs. My votes improved public safety and health, respected community plans, and protected the Gaviota Coast and rural character of the Santa Ynez, Lompoc and Los Alamos Valleys. I led the successful initiative placing decisions about Buellton’s growth into the hands of voters, and helped guide the Goodland Coalition’s winning measure to protect Goleta’s farmlands.

I served 6 years as an advocate for abused and neglected foster children and continue as a volunteer tutor helping children achieve their full potential.

I build private-public partnerships to enhance Southern California’s regional water resources.  I have the expertise needed to address the impacts of our severe drought and improve Santa Barbara County’s water supplies.

Together we will enhance local services, like libraries, cultural and recreational opportunities, including at the Guadalupe Dunes.

I will work to improve fire prevention and the safety of our roads and neighborhoods through community policing. I will hold County government accountable to you, the people it serves, and respond to your questions and concerns within 24-hours: JoanHartmann2016@gmail.com or 805-245-4324.

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