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- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: Member of Congress
- Cal State (Chico), BA and MPA
- United States Army, 1969-1972
- California State Senator, 1990-1998
- Committee on Ways and Means
John W. Jones
- Restore fiscal responsibility to the federal government's budgeting process. Improve Americans' access to affordable, quality health care.
- Reduce U.S. dependency on foreign oil and the effects of global climate change by developing clean and renewable energy sources.
- Provide protection to public lands and wildlife that are critical to our economy and American heritage.
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Retired Police Officer
- Party: Green
- Occupation: Environmental Healing Advocate
- AA degree +2 years study of Sociopolitical psychology
- Testified 1977 @ Little Hoover Committee For developementall disabled
- Worked 10 years at state Hospitals as psychiatric technician.
- Owned & operated candle factory 1970-1974
- Campaigned twice state senate & assembly each. 3rd campaign US House
Timothy J. Stock
- Diverting now unconstitutionally mismanaged taxpayer's money to profit restoring our Earth not destroying it.
- Legalize Hemp &Marijuana, grow everywhere as substitute for Gasoline & all Its other uses.
- Create tax changes to enhance employment not imprisonment, STOP GLOBAL WARMING & THE NEED FOR WAR.
- Party: Peace and Freedom
- Occupation: Attorney/Teacher
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