Mike Honda & Silicon Valley
Michael Makoto Mike Honda (born June 27, 1941) is an American Democratic Party politician. He currently serves as the U.S. Silicon Valley refers to the southern part of the San Francisco Bay Area in Northern California in the United States./5
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Thanks to Mike Honda for his support! “With the demolition of the Blue Cube at Onizuka Air Force Station, the radar tower atop Mt. Umunhum is the oldest surviving Cold War era building in Silicon Valley. As a Senior Member of the House Appropriations Committee, I secured $3.2 million in funding for the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District to clean up and restore the former Almaden Air Force Station. I continue to work to increase the amount of open space in Santa Clara and Alameda Counties and improve the quality of those spaces, and I support efforts like that of the Umunhum Conservancy to save one of the South Bay’s most visible historic landmarks.” - Congressman Mike Honda, California’s 17th Congressional District NOTE: As a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, the Conservancy can not and does not endorse candidates for any office.
5 years old and waiting. I could post a few more. The reality is theirs not much to see, The story will explain the problems. Or Money!! and lack of it Link to agency trying to conserve the tower fter more than 22 years of bureaucratic inaction, efforts to clean up a former Air Force radar station on a scenic mountaintop above Silicon Valley and open its summit to hikers, bicyclists and picnickers may be finally gathering momentum, locally and in Washington, D.C. "It feels like all the pieces are coming together and that it's going to happen this time," said Rep. Mike Honda, D-Campbell. "Why should only rich people have a view? It should be available to everybody." At issue is the former Almaden Air Force Station, which operated from 1957 to 1980 on the top of Mount Umunhum. Named for the Ohlone Indian word for hummingbird, the 3,486-foot peak towers above South San Jose and Los Gatos on the chaparral ridges between Lexington Reservoir and Almaden Quicksilver County Park. But it remains off limits because ...
I must admit that the more I learn about Congressional candidate Ro Kanna, the more I like what I see. Kanna is running against Mike Honda for the Silicon Valley seat. With Kanna scoring coveted endorsements from both The San Francisco Chronicle and the San Jose Mercury News, the race is starting to get quite heated. It promises to be an interesting matchup as the possibility that two Democrats will face each other in November is very likely. Stay tuned...
Ro Kanna or Mike Honda for Congress? I just saw a piece on local TV about Ro Kanna who is running for the US Congress in the Silicon Valley seat held by Mike Honda. I would like to ask my friends who live in the SanJose, Santa Clara and Sunnyvale area what they think of this race. Do you think we need a change? Does anyone know Ro Kanna? Upon your feedback and sharing, I'll determine who I will support for this Congressional seat which is about to become the hottest, unexpected contested race in the upcoming 2014 elections.
Frank & Harli Rabow made calls for Mike when he first ran for Congress in 2000. Today, they're at it again. Join them and sign-up to volunteer today! seen what he's done for Silicon Valley, and we know the things that are important to us are important to him: education, social security, medicare, and improving transportation through things like the BART extension. We know Mike Honda is a Congressman we can count on to deliver for us." Endorse Mike's re-election here:
By a freak of political happenstance--or you could say by the wisdom of one the best things Arnold did while in office (taking politics out of delimitation)--my part of Fremont falls in the same constituency as the South Bay/most of Silicon Valley, not with most of Fremont, Union City, etc. And here, desi activist Ro Khanna is challenging his own party's Mike Honda for Congress. The usual desi money crowd and professionals are supporting the young upstart. Kal Penn has endorsed Mike Honda. This is going to be fun! What say, Kavita Arora, Nidhi Wadmark, AR Rafiq, Riaz Haq, South Asians for Obama (who you endorsing, btw)?
Campaign website of Rep. Mike Honda, candidate for the 17th Congressional District in California.
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