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San Diego County, CA November 8, 2005 Election
 Smart Voter Douglas M. Holbrook

Candidate for
Council Member; City of San Diego; District 8

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Attorney at Law - HOLBROOK & BLOOMFIELD
  • ** Former University Professor at SDSU/USD
  • ** Attorney General Consumer Protection Trask Force
  • ** Tierrasanta Community Council
  • ** San Diego Crime Commission
  • ** Faculty Senate San Diego Community Colleges
  • ** Local Talk Radio Show Host of "LEGALLY SPEAKING"
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Restore constituent trust in government
  • Repair the neglected segments of the Infrastructure
  • Rebuild the high visiblity of law enforcement in critical areas within District 8
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Key Endorsements
  • **Endorced by the California Organization of Police and Sheriffs**
  • **VIEW FEATURED San Diego Union Tribune ARTICLE**
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Position Papers
The pension is the number one threat to our city, and must be the city council's number one priority to fix.
In necessary and very specific conditions, the process of eminent domain is authorized.
Disinvestment and decay within a neighborhood, if left unchecked, will worsen and ultimately infest surrounding neighborhoods.
Campaign Contact Information
Website: http://www.TAKEBACKSANDIEGO.ORG

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