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November 6, 2018 — California General Election

Town of ParadiseCandidate for City Council

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Steve Crowder

Small Business Owner
5,561 votes (28.13%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Public Safety
  • Balanced Budget
  • Transparency



Profession:Small Business Owner
Owner, San Leandro Glass & A Stitch Above Embroidery (1988–current)


Conta Costa Junior College High School some college courses, criminal justice (1977)

Community Activities

Member & Board member, Rotary Club of San leandro & Paradise CA (1988–current)


I have been a small business owner for over thirty years. In that time I have dealt with the Federal government, State government, cities, and school districts. I believe in community service, and as a Rotarian I live by the motto "Service above Self".

I have completed several Junior College courses in criiminal justice and have spent five years as reserve law enforcement.

I have always served on Chamber of Commerce boards, City and Town committees, and Rotary boards.

Who supports this candidate?

Featured Endorsements

  • Paradise Police Officers Association
  • Dr. David & Dana Gajida
  • Bill & Pam Hartley

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

I believe that as the people elect you to office, you are there to serve them, not your personal agenda.

I believe in transparency and eithical government.

I believe in a balanced budget.

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