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San Francisco, San Mateo County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
Smart Voter Official Statement for Howard Epstein

Candidate for
Member; California State Assembly; District 12

This is a copy of information submitted to elections officials by the candidate

Occupation: Small Business Owner

I'm running to bring common sense to our state government. As a successful small business owner I know how to develop a budget, live within it, and work with people of differing background and opinions to accomplish objectives.

I'm a native San Franciscan educated in the public school system, including a B.A. from San Francisco State College.

My business experience has taught me that government can interfere with productivity. I am dedicated to helping the private sector create good jobs. I am also dedicated to the right of San Franciscans to live the American Dream of owning their own homes.

As a business leader I have held several trade association leadership positions on the state and national level. I have been a Republican leader and activist for many years. I currently serve as Treasurer of the San Francisco Republican Party, a member of the Republican State Committee, and an Executive Committee member of the Lincoln Club of Northern California. My past leadership roles include serving as President of the Richmond District Republicans, and a San Francisco Bush/Cheney Team Leader.

If elected I will reach across party lines to establish a rational and affordable energy policy, excellence in education, the rebuilding of our roads and bridges, and creating a security program second to none for the Bay Area and California.

/s/ Howard A Epstein

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