League of Women Voters of California
State of California
November 5, 2002 Election
Member; California State Board of Equalization; District 2 Voter Information
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- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Member, California State Legislature
- 1997-98 - Served as Assembly Republican Leader
- 1990-96 - Served as Senate Republican Caucus Chair
Tom Y. Santos
- Consolidate all of California's tax agencies into one under the direction of an elected Commission.
- Make the Board of Equalization more user friendly so that all taxpayers get the same fair treatment.
- Protect taxpayers from those who would extend sales taxes into new areas like the Internet and services.
- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: Tax Consultant/Realtor
- 1998 Democratic Nominee for Board of Equalization, Dist. 2
- 2000 Democratic Nominee for Congress, Dist. 11
- 2001 2nd-Vice -Chair of Democratic Party Veterans Caucus
- Former Board of Equalization Tax Auditor and Appraiser
- Bachelor's in Accounting and Commerce
- US Air Force Veteran
- Will fight for tax fairness for all taxpayers.
- Will reform the Board's tax codes and regulations to protect consumers and small businesses.
- Will administer tax revenues with full accountability and integrity.
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