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LWV League of Women Voters of California
California State Government October 7, 2003 Election
 Smart Voter Chuck Walker

Candidate for
Recall of Gray Davis; State of California

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Business Intelligence Analyst
  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration, Cal Poly Pomona
  • Mayor of Scotts Valley - 2000
  • City Council Member, Scotts Valley 1996-2000
  • Planning Commissioner, Scotts Valley - 1996
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Cut spending and waste through the use of proven, efficiency enhancement methodologies (see website for details)
  • Re-establish a friendly business environment through tax incentives and subsidies.
  • Create a reserve to help California weather economic downturns. This could only be used for revenue declines and after budget cutting of at least 10%.
Position Papers
How To Bring Businesses Back To California
Never before has there been such a hostile business environment in California. The cost of doing business here is not only driving businesses out of California, it's keeping other companies from locating here. This is costing California hundreds of thousands of jobs each year. This exodus must be stopped. Reckless disregard of the business needs have finally come home to roost and California is on the brink of financial collapse. It is time to clean house.
Cutting The Budget Fat
Legislative spending is out of control. Inefficiencies are running wild and nobody is at the helm of this sinking ship who really knows what to do. But fear not, because I have a plan that has been PROVEN to work.
Education Plan
Public Education has become a sinkhole for tax revenue. Too much is spent on administering this red tape monster, and not enough in the classrooms where it counts. Many teachers are struggling just to maintain a teachable environment for their students. Let's focus on the classrooms, not the state-level offices.
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