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San Jose City Councilmember Rose Herrera, District 8. Photo courtesy:

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San Jose City Council members, Sam Liccardo and Pete Constant, along with Mayor Chuck Reed are sponsoring a campaign fundraiser in support of the Re-Election of Rose Herrera to represent District 8 on the City Council.
On Wednesday, September 26, 2012 from 5:30 pm to 7 pm go to Mezcal, which is located downtown San Jose at 25 West San Fernando Street (between 1st and Market Streets) to participate in this election campaign fundraiser. Please RSVP, if you will attend this event, to Bring your checkbook….maximum contribution is $500 with check made out to Rose Herrera for San Jose…..  FPPC # 1342857.
Checks can be sent by mail to:
Re-elect Rose Herrera for City Council 2012
FPPC # 1342857
3051 Marston Way
San Jose, Ca 95148
Please include your occupation and employer to comply with FPPC disclosure requirements.
Here’s why Rose Herrera deserves your support and vote:
Rose has been a strong advocate in the difficult effort to bring skyrocketing retirement costs under control.  The Council has a very slim majority supporting fiscal reform, and without Rose’s support we would have suffered disastrous cuts in services to our residents and taxpayers.
Rose has put the people’s interests first, despite intense advocacy by special interest groups.  Rose has consistently voted in support of the fiscal reforms necessary to protect services for the people.
Rose has stood up for the people of San Jose in the face of union demands that we cut services instead of reducing employee compensation.
Rose has been willing to make the difficult decision and take the actions necessary to avoid service level insolvency and to begin restoring services to our residents and taxpayers.
As the Chair of the Community and Economic Development Committee, Rose has been a leader in making San Jose a better place in which to do business so that our companies create jobs.
As a former business owner, Rose understands the need for government to work at the speed of business so that Silicon Valley companies employ here, grow here and stay here.
Rose has been a strong advocate for actions to help businesses, large and small, create jobs and keep those jobs in San Jose.
[From Chuck Reed’s campaign office]
Please help Mayor Chuck Reed and Council members Sam Liccardo and Pete Constant get Rose re-elected to continue to represent Council District 8. She supports full fiscal responsibility with transparency, integrity and honesty. RE-ELECT ROSE HERRERA.

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