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State of California June 2, 1998 Primary
Marsha Feinland

Candidate for Governor

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Peace & Freedom
  • Occupation: Teacher/Rent Commissioner
  • Elected member, Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board, 1994-98
  • Union work: Building Representative, Alameda Education Association
  • North State Chair, Peace & Freedom Party
  • Education: M.S. in Education, B.A. in History
  • Mother of a teenager
  • Goal: To live in a democratically run socialist society.
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Provide for basic human needs of health care, housing, food and education
  • Preservation of clean air and water, forests and ecosystem
  • Equal rights: an end to racism and all forms of discrimination.
Key Endorsements
  • Alameda County Peace & Freedom Party
  • San Francisco Peace & Freedom Party
  • Randy Silverman, Chair, Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board
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Detailed Biography

Political Philosophy

Campaign Contact Information
Position Papers
What Is Wrong With Proposition 227
Proposition 227 would destroy bilingual education in California. Children need to learn to read and think in their native languages in order to master these skills in English.

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