Here’s food for thought . . . San Jose is labeled as the “Capitol of Silicon Valley,” has more patents filed per year than almost any city in America, and is home to iconic technology leaders like Adobe, Brocade, Cisco, eBay, LSI, Polycom and SunPower.
That’s why the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, with 375 member company CEO’s, sent out brief questionnaires to the district 10 candidates who wish to serve on the San Jose city council.
Where do they stand on job creation, pension reform, BART, affordable housing, bringing the A’s to San Jose and economic growth?
Read the responses of all six district ten city council candidates on our web site. Evaluate each candidate for yourself – then, vote accordingly.
Make no mistake, the decisions made at City Hall, the “Capitol of Silicon Valley,” can and do impact Silicon Valley, “the innovation capitol of the world.”
Council candidates want to represent San Jose – the tenth largest city in America. We should evaluate, enlist and elect only the best.
San Jose voters deserve no less. Silicon Valley’s innovation economy cannot afford any less.