Voter Information for Debra Gravert
Sacramento, San Joaquin County, CA November 3, 1998 General
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Debra Gravert

Candidate for
Member of the State Assembly; District 10

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Legislator's Policy Director
  • Wife and mother of four-year-old daughter.
  • Born and raised in area she will represent.
  • Raised on a local dairy farm, assisting parents and five brothers and sisters in dairy operations.
  • Businesswoman. Managed an office which helped injured workers find new jobs.
  • In past 12 years, worked in the California Legislature, currently as Chief of Staff.
  • Developed and assisted in passing legislation, including one proposal redirecting millions from the California Lottery back to the classrooms.
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Insuring the best education for all our children.
  • Insuring the safest environment in which all of us can live.
  • Insuring that government responds as effectively/economically as possible for all Californians with business principles being applied to government .
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Key Endorsements
  • California Federation of Teachers.
  • California Organization of Police and Sheriffs.
  • California Professional Firefighters.
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Position Papers
Our Children First: Quality Education NOW!
Debra Gravert's program to improve our schools focuses on school facilities, school safety, student assessment, early intervention for at-risk youth, zero tolerance for weapons, parental partnering with our teachers.
We Can Achieve the Public Safety We Need.
Schools and neighborhoods can be made safe once more through tough sentencing and an effective way to reduce repeat offenders.
Economic Development Today for Tomorrow's Jobs!
After our education system prepares our children to be effective members in tomorrow's workforce, we have to make certain there will be jobs for our children to have. It is not necessary for our future workforce to be imported in order for the 21st Century's technically challenging work environment to function.
Campaign Contact Information
Phone: (916) 685-5334
P.O. Box 324
Elk Grove, CA 95759-0324

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