Voter Information for Dan Winterrowd
State of California (Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, El Dorado, Mono, Placer, Sacramento, Tuolumne Counties) November 3, 1998 General
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Dan Winterrowd

Candidate for
United States Representative; District 4

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Libertarian
  • Occupation: Business Manager
  • Educational Degree: Bachelor of Arts, Economics, University of California
  • Educational Degree: Master of Arts, Economics, University of Washington
  • Local Association: President, Amalgam Associates Business Group
  • Church Service: Council Officer, St. Stephen's Lutheran Church
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • End all Federal spending on education, housing, the failed "War on Drugs," and keep the Federal Government within its Constitutional boundaries.
  • End the income tax and Social Security tax and make Social Security voluntary.
  • Bring all U.S. troops home, withdraw from the U.N., and stop policing and subsidizing the rest of the world.
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Key Endorsements
  • Bruce Daniel, Publisher, Loomis Liberty Gazette
  • Gail Lightfoot, Registered Nurse, Candidate, Secretary of State
  • Thomas Tryon, Calaveras County Supervisor
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Position Papers
Our government says the economy is strong. If so, then why do most families now need two breadwinners?
Historically speaking, we now spend, in real terms, more per pupil than ever before - then why can't Johnny read?
Who founded this country? Federal politicians? Or the people of the several States?
Campaign Contact Information
Phone: (916) 939-1706
Fax: (916) 939-1608
6301 Gallagher Road
Pilot Hill, CA 95664

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