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Los Angeles, Orange County, CA June 2, 1998 Primary
A. R. "Cecy" Groom

Candidate for United States Representative; District 39

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: School Boardmember/CPA
  • Certified Public Accountant, Member CA Society of CPA's
  • Board of Education, Vice President in 1998, ABC Unified School District
  • Board of Education, President in 1994, ABC Unified School District
  • South East Regional Occupation Center (SEROP), President & Board Member 1990-96
  • 1988 Woman of the Year, State of California, 63rd AD
  • Bachelor of Science, Business Administration
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Quality education for all students
  • Work for a greater and more secure Social Security system
  • HMO reform, I support the Patient's Bill of Rights
Key Endorsements
  • California Federation of Teachers
  • Richard O'Neill, Former Chair, California Democratic Party
  • Richard Chavez, President, Firefighters Local 2899
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Position Papers
Strengthening Our Retirement System
It is important that we do all that we can to preserve Social Security for those who need it into the next century.
Safe and Affordable Health Care for All
There are 43 million Americans who have no heath care coverage, and for those that do have insurance, the prevalance of Managed Care (HMO's) has changed the way doctors treat their patients.
Support of Public Education
Public Education has been under fire in recent years. Instead of dismantling our neighborhood schools, we should continue to make them a better place for our children to learn.

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