Keith endorsed by Citizens for Fair & Responsible Pension Reform 
The Citizens for Fair & Responsible Pension Reform group of Menlo Park has endorsed Kirsten Keith for San Mateo County Board of Supervisors

Menlo Park, CA, May 22, 2012 -- Yesterday, Kirsten Keith received the endorsement of the Citizens for Fair & Responsible Pension Reform. 
This endorsement carries great significance because Keith supported the measure when it appeared on the ballot in 2010. Keith has also been a strong supporter of Governor Jerry Brown's 12-point pension reform plan.

Kirsten Keith has acquired an impressive list of endorsements including 30 current or former mayors. Ms. Keith has been endorsed by all current members of the Menlo Park City Council but one, all members of the Menlo Park School board but one, and the entire Menlo Park Planning Commission. 

"I am proud and grateful to have the endorsement of the Citizens for Fair & Responsible Pension Reform for San Mateo County Board of Supervisors," said Mayor Keith. "I'm also honored to be the only candidate endorsed by both Henry Riggs and Roy Thiele-Sardiña, the Co-Chairmen of Citizens for Fair & Responsible Pension Reform."

Kirsten Keith is a third generation San Mateo County resident. She attended high school at both Sequoia in Redwood City, and Carlmont in Belmont. Ms. Keith now lives with her husband and two children in Menlo Park, just two miles from the Menlo Park home her grandparents purchased in the 1950's. 

Citizens for Fair and Responsible Pension Reform is chaired by Henry Riggs, a Menlo Park planning commissioner, and Roy Thiele-Sardiña, a venture capitalist. 


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