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- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Local Small Businessman
- Councilmember, City of Long Beach
- Chair, Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority
- Chair, Los Cerritos Wetlands Authority
- MBA, University of Southern California
Steven T. Kuykendall
- Balancing the Federal Budget
- Creating Policy that supports job creation and restoring our eEconomy
- Reforming the Public Pension System
- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: College Professor/Educator
- University of North Texas: M.A. in Political Science
- B.A. in Political Science and Psychology
- 26 years full time professor of Political Science, teaching American Government, International Relations and Contemporary Political Issues
- Political Analyst for KCBS-TV, KNBC-TV, KTLA-TV, CNN radio
- Co-Author of Initiative Constitutional Amendment to Reduce California K-12 Class Sizes
- Lead Proponent of Initiative 1522, Oil Extraction Fee to Fund California Public Education, K through College and University
- Create High Paying Jobs, Business Opportunity, a Strong Economy
- Fully Guaranteed Social Security and Medicare
- Quality Affordable Education, Kindergarten through College and University
Sanford W. "Sandy" Kahn
- Repeal ObamaCare
- Balanced Budget Amendment
- Returning the Constitution to the legislative process
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Small Business Owner
- Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering
- Worked for McDonnell Douglas Corp.
- Was an energy marketing engineer for Southern Calif. Gas Company
- Presently self-employed as a business author/speaker
- A Flat Rate Income Tax between 15 to 17%
- Complete elimination of the Death Tax (Inheritance Tax)
- I strongly support Educational Vouchers--educational choice for parents.
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