League of Women Voters of California Education Fund
State of California
June 6, 2006 Election
State Board of Equalization; District 1; Libertarian Party Voter Information
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Results as of Jul 13 4:04pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (6634/6634)
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- Occupation: Retired Quality Engineer
- San Mateo County Libertarian Party Judicial Committee
- MS, Computer Science, Stanford University
- BS, Computer Science, MIT
- Ensure that earmarked funds are not diverted to the General Fund
- Ensure that legislative analysis accurately reflects expenses and income
- Reform sales tax laws to officially allow individual tax-free trade
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Board of Equalization
- Serves on the Board of Equalization, California’s elected tax
commission, a body that:
- Oversees the administration of over two dozen tax and fee
programs including sales and use, cigarette and tobacco,
alcohol and fuels tax.
- Serves as the appellate body for California income and
franchise tax cases.
- Oversees the administration of property tax statewide.
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