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- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: Councilwoman/Mother/Attorney
- juris doctorate from McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, California in 1981
- Attorney at Lanahan & Reilley, LLP
- Santa Rosa City Councilwoman for 8 years
- Santa Rosa Planning Commission 1993-1996
- Creating and sustaining quality jobs
- Assuring a reliable source of funding for local government
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Small Businesswoman
- Georgetown University School of Nursing
- Master's Degree in Education
- Senator, New Hampshire State Legislature
- High School Vice Principal
- Mother of eight children
F. Aaron Smith
- Ending the State's finacial crisis
- Improving the education system
- Making California more business friendly
- Party: Libertarian
- Occupation: Quality Assurance Supervisor
- Chairman, Libertarian Party of Sonoma County 2000-2003
- Advocate for smaller government
- Cut massive, wasteful spending and immediately balance the state budget. This must be done without further borrowing or raising of taxes.
- Bring jobs back to California by dramatically reducing taxes and unnecessary regulatory burdens on small business.
- Allow law enforcement to focus on solely on issues of public safety and property crime, end the misguided "War on Drugs"
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