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Sacramento County, CA November 3, 1998 General

Member of the State Assembly; District 5

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Dave Cox 74,497 votes 57.3%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Businessman/County Supervisor
  • Represents Fair Oaks, Citrus Heights, Folsom, Orangevale, Gold River, Antelope
  • Member of Sacramento Area Council of Governments, Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency, Sacramento Public Library Authority and numerous other Boards
  • Gov. Wilson Appointee to Commission on State Mandates
  • President, Integrated Benefits and Insurance Services and Chairman of C. W. Wright Insurance Services
  • Former Elected Director of Sacramento Municipal Utility District
  • Married, father of three
  • Proper and efficient spending of taxpayer dollars.
  • Improving accountability in schools and raising academic standards.
  • Public Safety - keeping our neighborhoods free from drugs and gangs.
Linda M. Davis 51,150 votes 39.3%
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Electrical Engineer, MSEE & MBA
  • Director Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)
  • Twice Elected as SMUD Director
  • Current SMUD Board Vice-President
  • Depended on welfare when abandoned by husband
  • Earned BS while single mother of three young children
  • Funding for improvements at all education institutions
  • HMO Reform: Let doctors decide what is best for patients
  • Expand early intervention to reduce juvenile crime
Eugene L. "Gene" Frazier 4,496 votes 3.4%
  • Party: Libertarian
  • Occupation: Computer Technician
  • Birth Date: 6/4/54 in Sacramento, CA
  • Education: Marist College Seminary (Catholic) 1974-77
  • Military: US Navy (1979-85); honorable discharge
  • Employment: MTS, Inc.: 1985-present - Corporate Database
  • Chairman, Libertarian Party of Sacramento County Central Committee (1996-present)
  • Married: Wife, Val; 1 daughter; 2 adult stepchildren; 1 grandchild
  • Ending the "Drug War" will reduce crime and protect our children from gangs
  • Protection of your private property and 2nd Amendment rights
  • Legislative reform: Part-time session, "sunset" laws, repeal of unconstitutional laws, adoption of Proportional Representation election system

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