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Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, Mendocino, Sonoma Counties, CA June 2, 1998 Primary

Member of the State Assembly; District 1

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Virginia Strom-Martin 55,027 votes 58.6%
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  • Party: Democratic (100.0% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Assemblymember/Teacher
  • Phone: 707 576-2526; Addr: PO Box 125, Duncans Mills, CA 95430
Sam Crump 33,107 votes 35.1%
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  • Party: Republican (100.0% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Judges' Legislative Advisor
  • Phone: 707 823-0821; Addr: 7084 Fellers Lane, Sebastopol, CA 95472
Pamela "Pam" Elizondo 5,929 votes 6.3%
  • Party: Peace & Freedom (100.0% of votes in party)
  • Occupation: Mother
  • Psychiatric Technician State Hospitals 1962-1978
  • Testified Little Hoover Commission conditions State Hospitals 1977
  • Testament sent to Rose Kennedy & Rosalyn Carter, Things got worse.
  • Campaign for State Senate 1986, 1994 - State Assembly 1992, 1998
  • Graduated college & campaigned Mendocino County School Board 1991
  • Helped get Peace & Freedom Party on the ballot 1967 & remain Peace & Freedom
  • Stop wasting Tax Payer's money on defense space research charity other countries.
  • Businesses ect get tax exemptions for percentage spent employing people, restoring Earth.
  • Legalize hemp, grow everywhere to reforest, replace current paper, fuel plastic, oxygen

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