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State of California June 2, 1998 Primary
James J. Mangia

Candidate for Lieutenant Governor

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Reform
  • Occupation: Children's Clinic Director
  • Executive Director of a free medical clinic for children
  • Volunteer Development Director, St. John's Episcopal Church Community Service Programs
  • National Secretary, Reform Party of the U.S.A.
  • Member, West Hollywood Election Reform Task Force
  • Member, House of Delegates, LIFE Lobby
  • Former Program Director, AIDS Project of the East Bay
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Political and government reform: increasing democracy and accountability in government; term limits
  • Education reform: Creating more charter schools to return educational decisions to local communities
  • Health care reform: Break the stranglehold of the insurance lobby on healthcare policy
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Detailed Biography

Political Philosophy

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Position Papers
Mangia Calls for 50% Cut in Car Registration Fees
Jim Mangia, independent candidate for Lt. Governor running on the Reform Party line called for a 50% reduction in care registration fees and a complete reorganization of the Department of Motor Vehicles bureaucracy.
Mangia Challenges Lt. Governor Candidates to Agree to Relinquish "Exorbitant" Pay Raise
Jim Mangia, Reform Party candidate for Lt. Governor, challenged his Democratic and Republican party opponents to publicly agree to relinquish the "exorbitant and unwarranted" pay raise voted by the Citizen's Compensation Committee.
What Jim Mangia Stands For:
Reform Party Lt. Governor Candidate Stands for Political and Government Reform, Education Reform, Health Care Reform, and Environmental Reform.

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