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LWV League of Women Voters of California
San Francisco County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
 Smart Voter Gail E. Neira

Candidate for
Member; California State Assembly; District 13

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Businessowner/Corporation Director
  • Ethnic relations marketing & news publisher
  • Nation's first Hispanic-American woman news publisher-owner
  • Nation's first Hispanic-American woman who served as a public affairs attache for an Asian embassy in the '70's
  • Nation's first & youngest Hispanic-American Republican major campaign co-chair
  • San francisco's first Hispanic-American woman with social and cultural diverse civic volunteerism
  • San Francisco Republican Party's first and only major leadership activist
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • To advocate reform policies/legislation to pare down government spending before raising taxes or issuing bonds to support sundry projects.
  • To make a higher level of literacy, math, global & American history, & science the utmost priority in California.
  • To facilitate more affordable health services for resident taxpayers below middle class incomes.
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Key Endorsements
  • Mexican Americal Political Action
  • San Francisco Republican Assembly
  • Bay Area Lincoln League
Position Papers
The Plight of Senior Citizens
There should be more compassion from legilators for low-incom fixed elderly by improving residential conditions.
Removing Quality of State Education from Political Partisan C.T.A. and Politicians
Greater responsibility on policies, budgets, and criteria should be shifted to parent/teacher collaborations.
Public Transportation
Local and state politicians should refrain from preaching the merits of reducing auto use until refining public transport facilities.
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