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- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: Congresswoman
- Phone: 510-663-1207; Addr: 1301 Clay Street #100n, Oakland, CA 94612; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fred E. Foldvary
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Educational Training Manager
- Phone: 510-632-1999; Addr: PO Box 9947, Oakland, CA 94613; Email: email@example.com
- Party: Libertarian
- Occupation: Professor of Economics
- I have taught economics at U.C. Berkeley extension, Cal State U Hayward, John F. Kennedy University, and Santa Clara University.
- I have been active in the Libertarian Party and was a Board Director of the Henry George School in SF, a credit union, and the Consumers Co-op.
- I am the author of The Soul of Liberty, Dictionary of Free-Market Economics, Public Goods and Private Communities, and other books.
- My interests include liberty and justice, economics, ethics, nature, Esperanto, and governance.
- I believe there is a universal ethic for humanity.
- I previously ran for Berkeley City Council, School Board, and State Assembly.
- Tax reform: untax labor and capital; get revenue from rent and pollution charges.
- Repeal all laws criminalizing victimless acts, and eliminate civil asset forfeiture.
- Make peace our foreign policy: trade with Cuba, end economic sanctions, end aggressive intervention.
- Party: Natural Law
- Occupation: Small Business Owner
- Teacher, Transcendental Meditation program
- Member, El Cerrito Chamber of Commerce and El Cerrito Rotary Club
- Restore democracy through campaign finance reform (elimination of PAC and soft money contributions), opening debates and media access to third parties
- Prevention-oriented government, especially in the areas of health care, crime, and the environment
- Mandatory labeling of genetically engineered food, plus a moratorium on new product placement until proven safe
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Oakland City Hall, Hearing Room 1
Sponsored by the Leagues of Women Voters of Oakland; Alameda; Piedmont; Berkeley-Albany-Emeryville, and by the National Coalition of 100 Black Women
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