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Gail E. Neira
- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: Incumbent
- Phone: 415-557-3013; Addr: 55 Brady St., San Francisco, CA 94103; Email: Kepah@aol.com
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Businesswoman/Corporate Director
- Long-time member, San Francisco Republican County Central Committee and Republican State Central Committee of California (RSCCC)
- Current Member, Platform Committee of California Republican Party
- 2002 Republican Party Nominee, 13th Assembly District
- President, San Francisco Republican Alliance, hosting frequent events for Republican legislators and other public figures
- San Francisco Campaign Manager for State Treasurer Ivy Baker Priest and State Controller Houston Flournoy, carrying San Francisco for both candidates
- San Francisco Taraval Headquarters Office Manager, Bush For President (2000)
Jonathan Scott Marvin
- Re-Elect President Bush and work for Republican Victory in 2004!
- Oppose Unnecessary Tax Increases and Wasteful and Corrupt Government Spending!
- Help Governor Schwarzenegger! Elect A Republican Majority in Sacramento!
- Party: Libertarian
- Occupation: Scientist
- Ph.D., Biochemistry, Duke University, 2001
- B.S., Biology, Cornell University, 1995
- End the micro-management of people's lives from Sacramento.
- Replace funding of services from a general tax-based system to a user fee-based system.
- Introduce tax cuts from the bottom up.
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