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- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: Member of Congress
- California State Senate, 1998-2006
- California State Assembly, 1986 -1996
- San Mateo County Board of Supervisors, 1980-1986
- Repair and regulate our broken financial system
- Protect Americans' privacy
- End the War in Iraq
Nathalie Patricia Hrizi
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Businessman
- Party: Peace and Freedom
- Occupation: Teacher
- Bailout the workers, not Wall St.
- End the War--bring all the troops home now!
- Stop Police Brutality! Full right for all immigrants!
- Party: Green
- Occupation: Equity Investor
- Advocate for Working People
- Co-author of San Francisco's 2003 minimum wage initiative
- Former small business owner employing more than 3,000 workers during 25 years of operations
- Chair of a non-profit providing low income housing in S.F.
- District resident since 1978
Kevin Dempsey Peterson
- Reduce military spending
- End the war in Iraq
- Invest in education, health care, and green technology
- Party: Libertarian
- Occupation: Software Engineer
- Graduate of UC Berkeley
- United States Marine Corps
- End the war - all combat troops home within a year
- Respect medical marijuana - end federal interference with states
- Reduce federal spending, no more pork
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