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Jay La Suer
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: State Assemblyman
- Vice Chairman, Assembly Public Safety Committee
- Member, State Blue Ribbon Fire Commission
- Former La Mesa City Councilmember, 10 years
- San Diego County Undersheriff, retired
- Graduate, FBI National Academy
- U.S. Army - 101st Airborne Division
Christopher Richard "Chris" Larkin
- Continuing to address state budget shortfall and fighting any tax increases
- Increasing Megan's Law Access and Authoring Legislation to Protect Families Against Crime
- Addressing the state's law term water needs, while keeping rates low
- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: Small Business Owner
- BS - Business Administration - SDSU 1985
- President - Honeywell Sales Professionals 1987
- San Diego County Volunteer of the Year - 1991
- California Center on Victimology - Volunteer of the Year - 1991
Virgil "Randy" Hall, II
- Public Saftey - Improved funding for staffing, training, technology and equipment
- Education - Improved academics, maintaining small classroom sizes, revitalizing sporting and after school programs
- Business / Jobs - Strong and stable economy with job creation, good wages, business growth and retention and reduced insurance costs.
- Party: Libertarian
- Occupation: Independent Businessman
- Phone: 619-442-2960; Addr: 628 W. Washington Ave., El Cajon, CA 92020; Email: Randy@TalkLiberty.com
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