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John J. Mazza

Progressive

Date Party Office Votes Result
03-31-1914 Progressive SD-09 2156 Loss
 

Candidate Biography:

Born: Tomales, CA
Married: Beulah E. Hook (in 1905)
Children: Mervyn Francis, Muriel May, Geraldine Hook

1914: Candidate for Marin County District Attorney (Lost)

  • QUOTE: "I have always been an advocate of equal suffrage because the extension of the franchise to women elevates the moral tone of our political life and because women are entitled to it." 
  • Mazza filed the paperwork to create California's first County Fire District in 1913. This district later evolved into the current Marin County Fire Department.

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