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San Mateo, Santa Clara County, CA November 3, 1998 General

United States Representative; District 14

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Anna G. Eshoo 129,663 votes 68.7%

  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Member of Congress
  • Social Security: We must reform and save Social Security for future generations.
  • Health Care: I am equally committed to HMO reform and better preventive care for children.
  • Education: I support programs to recruit the best teachers into elementary classrooms. We need smaller classes and high standards for better learning.
John C. "Chris" Haugen 53,719 votes 28.5%
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Vice Principal and Teacher
  • Founding Board Member of The King's Academy
  • Former Director of Young Life on the South Peninsula
  • Education: Stanford University:
  • B.S. Civil Engineering '67
  • M.S. Civil Engineering '68
  • M.A. Education '85
  • Reduce federal control of education. Return decision-making to parents and teachers.
  • Reduce federal government spending and taxes.
  • Avert planned federal government regulations and reductions of individual freedoms.
Joseph W. Dehn, III 3,166 votes 1.6%
  • Party: Libertarian
  • MIT 1975 Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Member of Libertarian National Committee
  • End the War on Drugs
  • Cut Government Spending
  • Eliminate the Income Tax
Anna Currivan 2,362 votes 1.2%
  • Party: Natural Law
  • Occupation: Mother
  • Full-time Mother for 15 years
  • Part time ESL teacher's aid
  • Software Engineering
  • Banking, Administration
  • Teaching
  • M.A. from New York University 1975
  • Support the Natural Law Party approach to all issues.
  • Pro-life: succeed through practical education that works.
  • Genetic Engineering of any life forms: moratorium now.

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