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- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: California State Senator, 2010-Present
- California State Assemblymember, 2000-2006
- San Diego City Councilmember, 1993-2000
- B.A. in Political Science from University of San Diego
- M.A. in Humanities from Fordham University
- J.D. from Harvard Law School
- Job Creation: I support the American Jobs Act that reinvests money in infrastructure, which will put Americans back to work and provide a livable wage
- Medicare and Social Security: I will fight protect to Medicare and Social Security and oppose efforts to turn Medicare into a voucher system
- Education: I will work to close the achievement gap, increase funding for early education programs and promote access to affordable higher education
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Teacher/Military Officer
- 2008 & 2010 Republican Nominee for Congress (CA-53)
- 2012 Republican Candidate for Congress (CA-51)
- Major, USMC (Retired) Vietnam - Desert Storm
- High School Principal
- Teacher, San Diego City Schools
- 2 Masters Degrees in Education
- Encourage Economic Growth, Support Small Businesses & Creating Private Sector Jobs.
- Balance the Federal Budget & End the Policies of Borrowing, Excessive Spending, Printing Money, Corporate Bailouts & Legislative Bribes.
- Strengthen National Security by Securing All Borders & Ports of Entry & Immigration Reform.
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