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- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: Assemblymember
- Mr. Fred Keeley was first elected to the State Assembly in 1996 and re-elected in 1998.
- Upon the convening of the 1999-2000 session, Mr. Keeley was appointed by Speaker Antonio R. Villaraigosa to the post of Speaker pro Tem.
- Author of the 1998 Marine Life Management Act: the Associated Press described it as the most signifigant advancement for CA legislation in 50 years.
- Author of Proposition 12 on the March 2000 ballot. Proposition 12 is the largest environmental protection and park bond in the nation's history.
- In 1998 Mr. Keeley received a rating of "100%" by the California Public Interest Research Group in recognition of his votes on the environment.
- Mr. Keeley is a member of the following committees: Budget, Budget Subcommittee on Resources, Natural Resources, Insurance, and Public Safety.
Charles "Chuck" Carter
- Better Schools
- A Cleaner Environment
- Social Justice
David R. Bonino
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Realtor/Small Businessman
- Phone: 831-655-5065; Addr: 44 Sierra Vista Drive, Monterey, CA 93940; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Party: Libertarian
- Occupation: Civil Engineer
- MS Civil Engineering; Purdue University; Construction Mgmt. major
- BS Civil Engineering; Clarkson University; Structural Engr. major
- Registered Professional Engineer; State of California
- Current employment in construction & project management
- Current Secretary of Santa Cruz County Libertarian Party
Madeline De Joly
- Reduction of State imposed regulations
- Elimination of State income tax
- Allowing Educational System Diversity
- Party: Natural Law
- Occupation: Artist
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