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- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: Mayor/Councilwoman/Educator
- B.A. Sociology, UCLA
- California Teaching Credential, CSUF
- Fullerton City Council - Two Terms
- Fullerton Mayor - Two Terms
- Creating Jobs and Economic Development
- Supporting a First-Class School System
- Listening to People and Ending Partisanship and Gridlock
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Member of the State Assembly
- Vice Chair, State Assembly Education Committee
- Orange County Supervisor
- Mayor of Fullerton
- Fullerton City Council Member
- Public High School Teacher for 18 Years
- Married father of five
- Creating jobs by fighting to reduce excessive government red tape so local businesses can grow and hire more workers.
- Reforming wasteful government: successfully protected our taxpayer dollars by stopping the abusive spending of billions by Redevelopment Agencies.
- Leading bipartisan efforts to improve English Language Learner programs; and bring $6,000,000,000 in funding to education and other services.
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