- Party: Republican
- Occupation: High School Teacher, Masters Political Science, Cal State LA
- Teaching ENGLISH and GOVERNMENT to 180 students each day for the past 9 years LAUSD
- 2004 Nominee for Congress, California's 36th District/ 2004 Primary winner receiving 44% of the vote over 2 others Gloria Davis and Lee Leslie
- 1988 Paid Staffer for then-Vice President's GHW Bush's Presidential campaign. In charge of $25 million dollar VP Travel Budget
- YES to a leash-free dog beach at Dockweiler, YES to more Industrial Arts Education in our High Schools
- YES to saving our Ballona Wetlands, YES to keeping (310) area code in tact, YES to saving L.A. Air Force Base, and YES to better Senior Transportation
- NO to Playa Vista Construction, NO to LAX expansion, NO to airport pollution, and NO to negative campaigning.
Top Priorities if Elected
- I will introduce legislation to strengthen public transportation programs, particularly the Para-Access/Para-Transit programs that serve our Seniors
- I will sponsor legislation to require more industrial arts/trade-tech classes in California High Schools, especially for students not going to college
- The Whitehead Plan for Supporting and REBUILDING PUBLIC EDUCATION
Paul knows that children can't learn in unruly classrooms with 40 or more students. We must decrease class size, increase teacher's salaries, renovate decaying facilities, and offer more INDUSTRIAL ARTS/ TRADE-TECH classes for those students not going to college. As Assemblyman, Paul will initiate programs that give teachers the freedom to teach in well-equipped classrooms so that our students have the foundation for academic success.
- We need Better SENIOR TRANSPORTATION Programs for our Senior Citizens
Reports have found that over half of non-drivers (65and older) stay at home on any given day because they have no transportation. How do Seniors get to the doctor, to houses of worship, to the grocery store, to see their friends? In many cases, they don't. They become isolated, often depressed.
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