LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS
Contra Costa, Solano County, CA
March 7, 2000 Election
United States Representative; District 7
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Party: Natural Law
BA degree, Harvard College
JD degree, University of California at Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law
Graduate of the Certificate Program of the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Teacher of the Transcendental Meditation Program and of History of Consciousness
Top Priorities if Elected
Reform the electoral process. Implement ways to reform campaign finance and correct the excessive influence of money in politics.
Promote natural, prevention-oriented solutions to national problems, including the areas of health, agriculture, crime, drugs, energy, and defense.
Through education, develop the greatest untapped resource in the country: the inner potential of the individual. Protect liberty and pursue happiness.
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