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LWV League of Women Voters of California
California State Government October 7, 2003 Election
 Smart Voter Kurt E. "Tachikaze" Rightmyer

Candidate for
Recall of Gray Davis; State of California

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Independent
  • Occupation: Middleweight Sumo Wrestler
  • Leading middleweight wrestler
  • 2003 California Sumo Series
  • Pushcart Prize nominated poet, 2001
  • Participant on Japan Exchange and Teaching Program 1998-2000
  • Blues performer at the 1999 Hida Music Festival
  • Editor of Sharing Ideas magazine
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Three-year concession on paying state income tax for all new small businesses employing 20 or fewer legal residents and citizens
  • Union-subsidized workmen's comp. insurance which will take the entire burden off businesses, thereby keeping more in California.
  • Complete decentralization of government behemoths such as the Dept. of General Services with its $837 million annual budget .
Key Endorsements
  • Everyone and anyone who cares about California and is convinced that
  • the two major parties cannot accomplish the will of the people as they are
  • completely bought and paid for by special interests.
Position Papers
Taking Control of Our Borders
California cannot survive if it has to support Mexico also. Our leaders have betrayed us on a level that approaches treason.
The Low Down on Education
Public school administrators are wasting billions of dollars. It starts in kindergarten and goes right up to the university level.
Let's Cut Down the 800-lb Gorilla of Big Government.
Government waste is appalling. Do you think they've even seriously tried to cut spending in Sacramento?
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