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Tuesday November 3, 2020 — California General Election

City of Grover BeachCandidate for Mayor

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Elizabeth Doukas

Court Reporter
1,873 votes (30.2%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Increasing and ensuring transparency and openness in government
  • Support current and future revenue streams through TOT, Cannabis sales, for a strong budget solving our most pressing needs, guaranteeing income sources and permanent, solid, in-place programs the the homeless crises
  • Prioritize infrasctructure and maintenance by stringent use of K-14 Bond monies, gas tax monies, and promised 1/2 cent sales tax monies



Profession:Court Reporter
Court Reporter, Self-Employed (1992–current)


Sierra Valley Business College, Fresno, California Registered Professional Reporter (Federal license) and Certified Shorthand Reporter (State license), Court Reporting - The Keeper's Of The Record - in all legal matters (1992)

Community Activities

Eco-Club member, The Pismo Beach Clam Festival and Car Show (2013–current)


Court Reporter working at all levels of the legal community, Federal Court, Superior Court, depositions, court hearings and trials, public hearings, special administrative hearings.

20-year community advocate and volunteer, especially surround environmental impacts and zero-wasting local events to ensure as much as possible is recycled, composted or reused.

Beach walker that carries a bag for trash pick-up

Who supports this candidate?

Featured Endorsements

  • The People of The City of Grover Beach

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

Any local representative must have the interests of the public as a whole as their first priority - quality of life, safe streets for the traveling public, bicycles, walkers, children going to school.

Avoid any untoward links to special interests so the decision-making process is for the best interests of the community.

I am very concerned how imposed densities, heights and build-ups with infil projects will hurt our small community with adverse impacts such as traffic, noise, that impacts quality of life.

Our city needs once and for all a tree canopy, tree preservation ordinance passed to preseve what we can.  I see trees coming down every day to replace with large building projects, we need to be better stewards of the land.

No new taxes of the already overburdened taxpayer.

Our community must learn to take care of and prepare for the housing needs of every socioeconomic group, take care of our elderly and protect their low income housing from being wiped out.

As we go into this unknown and scary future with a myriad of tasks, let's all work together to ensure the health and safety of every citizen.

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