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State of California (Shasta, Nevada, Placer, Siskiyou, Lassen, Plumas, Butte, Modoc, Sierra Counties) November 6, 2012 Election
Smart Voter Official Statement for Rick Bosetti

Candidate for
Member of the State Assembly; District 1

This is a copy of information submitted to elections officials by the candidate

Rick Bosetti AD 1

Ballot Title/Occupation--Businessman Redding Councilman

I've spent my life working in the private sector, creating jobs and signing paychecks for working families in the 1st District and I'll bring this experience to the Assembly. Sacramento has failed to stop the growth of government, the overspending, the crushing regulations, overzealous environmentalism and taxes driving businesses out of the state.

Oppose Higher Taxes. My opposition to raising taxes earned me the endorsement of the

Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, National Tax Limitation Committee, Assemblyman Jim Nielsen, former Senator Maurice Johannessen and former Assemblyman Stan Statham.

Support Pension Reform. In 2010, I was proud to help author the first pension measure in a general law city in California to save taxpayers money and balance our budget. As your legislator, I'll help get California back on track.

Pro-Business. The CA Small Business Association and Sierra Pacific Industries endorse me. I will reduce the regulations and taxes that make it increasingly difficult to create and maintain a business in California.

In 2006, I was elected to the Redding City Council, and was chosen to serve as Mayor and Vice Mayor. Under my leadership, the Council has pushed fiscally conservative policies, balancing budgets and building reserves, all while protecting essential services.

For more information, please visit http://www.RickBosetti.com.

s/ Rick Bosetti

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