State of California (Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Sacramento, Solano, Sutter, Tehama, Yolo Counties) November 7, 2000 Election
Smart Voter Douglas Arthur "Art" Tuma

Candidate for
United States Representative; District 3

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Libertarian
  • Occupation: Retired Civil Engineer
  • 1998: Candidate, U.S. Representative, CA Congressional District 5
  • 1997, July 12: Letter to Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board regarding selenium discharges to the San Joaquin River
  • 1994, May 1: First day of federal civil service retirement, after 21 years in the Bureau of Reclamation and 2 years in the Navy
  • 1979: Professional Engineer - Civil, Nevada
  • 1972: Graduate Assistant, Louisiana Tech University
  • 1971: Engineer-In-Training, Louisiana, B.S. Civil Engineering, Louisiana Tech University
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Release federal property to private ownership.
  • Return investment opportunity choice to wage earners.
  • Return environmental protection choice to property owners.
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Position Papers
Commentaries on Davis Community Television "Live on Five"
Overweening Kings Usurp Private Property Rights (2/29/00) Equal Rights and CVP Contracts Presumed Dead (2/22/00) Public Trust Empire Expands On San Luis Drain Hearsay (2/15/00) Free the CVP! (2/8/00) Communists Reallocate Water Rights to Save Bird Embryos (2/2/00) Broken Promises Break Humanity (2/1/00) We Dream of Freedom (1/11/00)
Kesterson: A Microcosm of Government Corruption
The enclosed position paper responds to a petition submitted to the California State Water Resources Control Board regarding regulation of discharge from farm field drains in the Grasslands area on the west side of the San Joaquin Valley in Merced County
Questions & Answers
Why are you seeking office? What would you change? What are the five major issues and how do you stand? What goals will you seek if elected to office and how will you achieve them? What experience helps qualify you for the office?
Key Endorsements
  • Sean Harbaugh, Planning Commissioner, City of Citrus Heights
  • Gene Frazier, Candidate for Assembly District 5
  • William Frey, Candidate for Congressional District 4
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Campaign Contact Information
Website: http://sacto.com/tuma2k
E-mail: tuma2k@hotmail.com

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