Voter Information for Curt Pringle
California State Government November 3, 1998 General
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Curt Pringle

Candidate for
State Treasurer

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: State Legislator/Businessman
  • Former Speaker of the California State Assembly
  • Founding Vice President of the Republican Small Business Association of Orange County
  • Lead Assembly Republican Budget Negotiator 1996 and 1997
  • Key architect of California's historic, bipartisan welfare reform plan of 1997
  • Chief legislative architect of 1998's landmark tax cut "mega-deal," which enacted a nearly $1 billion tax cut for California's families and businesses
  • Proud husband and father of two, Kyle 11 and Katie 9
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Making Government Work
  • Saving Taxpayer's Money
  • Investing in California
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Key Endorsements
  • Albert Robles, Former Democrat Candidate for State Treasurer
  • Assemblyman Jan Goldsmith, Former Republican Candidate for State Treasurer
  • Mervin Evans, Former Democrat Candidate for California State Treasurer
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Position Papers
A Proposal to Save California Taxpayers Money on State Prisons
California has declared war on crime increasing the penalties on criminals and increasing the funding available for law enforcement. As a result, crime rates in California have plummeted, our streets are safer, and our prisons are full. Pringle proposes commonsense changes to the way prison construction is financed to save taxpayers nearly $400 million while meeting our public safety needs.
A Proposal to Reform the Budget Process and Improve California's Bond Rating
"California must be more fiscally responsible. Just like families must save for the future and have a plan for unexpected expenses and emergencies, so must California. This proposal will greatly improve the budget process and the economic soundness of our state."
A Proposal to Bring the State Treasurer's Office into the 21st Century
"This proposal would take advantage of available technology to improve California's bond bidding system. Not only would the process be simplified, but also make it easier to find the best interest rates from a larger pool of bidding entities. Californians could be assured that the Treasurer's office has the ability to find the best possible rates for their hard earned tax dollars."
Campaign Contact Information
Phone: (714) 539-7605
Fax: (714) 539-7606
12865 Main Street, #101
Garden Grove, CA 92840

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