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- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: Prosecutor/School Boardmember
- Deputy Attorney General, California Department of Justice, 2001 - present
- Torrance Unified School Boardmember, 2005 - present
- Trustee, Southern California Regional Occupation Center, 2010 - present
- Torrance Environmental Quality and Energy Conservation Commissioner, 1999 - 2002
- President, Torrance Sister City Association, 2004
- Board of Directors, League of Women Voters of Torrance, 2004 - 2005
- Look beyond partisan politics to get the state's fiscal house in order
- Restore funding for our schools, universities, and community colleges
- Protect our environment
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Small Business Owner
- Successfully owned and operated a small business through six recessions
- Nationally recognized political commentator and marketing consultant
- Provided training and job opportunities in Torrance for over 100 employees
- Served on the Republican Central Committee and has been involved in South Bay politics
- Married with five young-adult children
- Candidate in the 2011 special election for the 36th Congressional district
- Real hope...True change
- Restoring the California Dream
- Reclaiming jobs, freedom and prosperity
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Aerospace Engineer
- Vice-Chair El Camino College Boundary Review Committee
- Leadership Committee, Californians Against Lawsuit Abuse
- Co-Founder California Common Sense
- Bachelors and Masters in Materials Science Engineering from Stanford University
- 2 US Patents, 2 more patents pending
- Make California a better place to do business by streamlining regulations, curbing lawsuit abuse and simplifying our tax code.
- Cut wasteful spending in Sacramento by enforcing performance based budgeting, reducing the number of departments and enacting pension reform.
- Fight for safer neighborhoods by repealing/reforming realignment policies that are releasing dangerous criminals onto the street early.
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