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- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: U.S. Senator (1992-present)
- Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1982-1992)
- Member of the Marin County Board of Supervisors (1976-1982)
Bill L. Jones
- Health Care: Make health insurance premiums tax deductible, allow all Americans to buy into the same health coverage available to Members of Congress
- Education: Make college tuition tax deductible and fully fund the No Child Left Behind Act.
- Economy: Provide tax incentives for companies that create jobs here at home. Increase investment in highways, transit, and health research to create
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Farmer/Businessman
- Former CA Secretary of State
- Former CA Assemblymember
- Rebuild jobs by opposing over taxation, regulation, and litigation that sent jobs overseas
- National Security
- Secure our fair share of federal spending--now only 76 cents for every California tax dollar
- Party: Peace and Freedom
- Occupation: Public School Teacher
James P. "Jim" Gray
- End U.S. intervention in other countries, withdraw all troops
- A single system of universal health care for all
- Totally repeal the USA PATRIOT Act
- Party: Libertarian
- Occupation: Judge
- Judge James P. Gray is a Judge of the Superior Court in Orange County
- Judge Gray served as a federal prosecutor in Los Angeles as an Assistant U.S. Attorney
- He also served as a criminal defense attorney as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy JAG Corps (National Defense, Vietnam Service and Combat Action Ribbons)
- Judge Gray served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Palmar Norte, Costa Rica, working in physical education, recreation and health.
- Judge James P. Gray received his undergraduate degree at U.C.L.A. in 1966 and his law degree at U.S.C. in 1971
- Judge of the Year Award from the Business Litigation Section of the Orange County Bar Association and from the O.C. Constitutional Rights Foundation
Don J. Grundmann
- Reduce federal government size, spending, bureaucracy and intrusion into our private lives, while maintaining a strong military force.
- Repeal the failed and hopeless War on Drugs by restricting the role of the federal government to assisting each state to enforce its chosen laws.
- Return our educational and healthcare systems to the control of more local governments.
- Party: American Independent
- Occupation: Doctor of Chiropractic
- Doctor of Chiropractic - Palmer West College of Chiropractic
John Emery Jones
- Exposure of the truth about the income tax and the elimination of that tax.
- Replacement of the debt-money Federal Reserve System with a U.S. Treasury issuance of interest-free United States Notes
- Withdrawal from NAFTA trade agreement, defeat of FTAA trade agreement, development of tariff system for protection of domestic industry.
- Phone: 909-796-7001; Addr: PO Box 25, Bryn Mawr, CA 92318
- Phone: 415-587-7610; Addr: 131 Athens, San Francisco, CA 94112; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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