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LWV League of Women Voters of California Education Fund
Alameda, Santa Clara County, CA March 2, 2004 Election
 Smart Voter Henry C. Manayan

Candidate for
Member of the State Assembly; District 20; Democratic Party

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Small Business Owner
  • Retired Mayor
  • Former Milpitas City Councilmember
  • Member of Santa Clara County Blue Ribbon Task Force for Public Education
  • Adjunct Community College Professor
  • Former Chair of the Policy Advisory Committee for the Valley Transit Authority
  • Member of President Clinton's Asian Pacific American Diversity Task Force
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • My number one priority is to get our economy back on track - A healthy economy means a healthy budget and that's good for all of our residents.
  • Affordable housing and public transportation. Putting affordable homes near transportation alleviates traffic and prevents hillside development.
  • Quality education is critical to families and the economy - excellent education means opportunity for kids and will draw employers to California.
Questions on Issues

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Key Endorsements
  • Democratic Women Activists Now (DAWN)
  • California Democratic Council
  • Silicon Valley Democratic Forum
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Position Papers
Experience to Make the Difference for Working Families
Strengthening our economy with good jobs, improving transportation alternatives to reduce traffic, providing our children with excellent schools, conserving energy to prevent another expensive power crisis, protecting our environment from overdevelopment and pollution, creating housing that working families can afford, and quality, affordable health care for every resident.
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