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September 04, 2018

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resident

Won't Terry Nagel just mess her pants over this news?

Just Visiting

Mullin will have four years left in his total available time in the legislature (limited to 12 years by law) and so far there is zero indication that he has any interest in losing his #2 position in the Assembly to run for the Senate.
Candidates for the senate seat (other than Brownrigg) include: Redwood City Councilwoman Shelly Masur and former Assemblymember Sally Lieber. Rumored to be looking at it are Josh Becker, venture capitalist and CEO, and Palo Alto Mayor Greg Scharff.

Joe

Thanks, JV. Excellent input. After the post went up, Masur's and Becker's names surfaced locally. Had not heard about Lieber or Scharff. Not sure if several of these folks can raise the $750K-$1M+ that it will take.

Mom

Thank God for term limits.

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