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Sacramento County, CA March 5, 2002 Election
United States Representative; District 5; Democratic Party Voter Information

Results as of Apr 10 12:24pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (388/388)
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Robert T. Matsui 48,355 votes 100%

  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Member of Congress
  • Ranking Member, Ways and Means Social Security Subcommittee
  • Original cosponsor of the Children's Health Insurance Program CHIP, Foster Care Independence Act, Work Incentives Act
  • Led the fight to pass numerous trade agreements, NAFTA in 1993, Uruguay Round in 1994, and Permanent-Normal Trade Relations with China
  • Regent of the Smithsonian Institute
  • Defending Social Security
  • Obtaining 200-year flood protection for Sacramento
  • Promoting fair and equitable free trade policies

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