The Town Crier offers the option of pre-paid political endorsement letters for candidates in the Nov. 3 election.
Letters must express support for candidates – no negative opinions will be printed. Authors’ names are required for publication. Letters will be published in the order they are received, and we will accept only one letter per author per candidate per campaign.
Please limit letters to no more than 200 words.
The cost is $150 per endorsement letter for either print or online, $200 for both. The deadline is 5 p.m. Wednesdays for inclusion in the following week’s Town Crier.
To submit endorsement letters and for more information, email Howard Bischoff at
Lee Eng for LA council
Experience speaks volumes. My observation with Councilmember Lynette Lee Eng has been nothing but positive. I have watched her work with community members and other community leaders to implement programs for all ages.
As a senior who has attended the Grant Park Senior Program, I am amazed that she continues to make the time to volunteer and remain involved. The success of the senior program and the voice of the senior community is due to her ensuring that everyone matters.
At my age, I have witnessed many candidates make statements to win your vote and do nothing after. I have come to learn that she has time and again continued to make herself available to respond to the residents and assist whenever possible when no other council member has taken the time. Let’s be sure to elect someone who has worked hard for us and will continue to do so.
Please join me and vote for Lynette Lee Eng for Los Altos City Council.
Dr. Jerome A. Camp
Veteran Silicon Valley technologist and venture capitalist
Couture for LA City Council
Dear Los Altos residents,
Before you vote, please consider Terri Couture’s 30 years of service to the community.
I have known Terri for over a decade. Her integrity, detailed analysis and willingness to always get the job done is what our town needs.
Edward Karpman, M.D., FACS
Urological Surgeons of Northern California
Miller for ECH district board
With over eight years of service to the El Camino Healthcare District and El Camino Hospital board, Julia Miller’s work demonstrates that she deserves to be re-elected.
Her dedication to the community is also reflected in her work, which has included the San Francisco Bay Trail, Sustainable Silicon Valley, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, and others. She has served as chairwoman, vice chairwoman and secretary of the district board and as a liaison to the Community Benefits Council and El Camino Health Foundation.
Julia has the experience of managing large budgets and projects. She will continue to be an independent voice for quality patient care, reduced health-care costs, fiscal accountability and transparency, and oversight of taxpayer dollars.
Her experience and commitment are what we need in this critical election and time of COVID-19.
Please vote to re-elect Julia Miller to the El Camino Healthcare District Board Nov. 3.
Los Altos Hills vice mayor