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San Diego County, CA June 6, 2006 Election
United States Representative; District 50 Voter Information

Unexpired Short Term.

To fill the vacancy in the office of United States Representative arising from the resignation of Randy Cunningham.

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Results as of Jul 17 11:41am, 0.0% of Precincts Reporting (0/0)
  Includes Precincts in San_Diego_County as of Jul 17 11:41am
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Brian P. Bilbray Click here for more information about this candidate 78,341 votes 49.6%
   78341 votes (49.57%) in San_Diego_County

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Immigration Reform Consultant
  • Former Member of Congress
  • Former San Diego County Supervisor
  • Former Mayor and City Councilman
  • Co-Chairman, Federation for American Immigration Reform
  • Secure our Nation's Borders and STOP Illegal Immigration
  • Balance the Federal Budget, Reduce Government Spending
  • End the Closed Door "Earmarking" process
Francine P Busby Click here for more information about this candidate 71,146 votes 45.0%
   71146 votes (45.02%) in San_Diego_County
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Trustee, Cardiff School Board
  • Past President, Cardiff Education Foundation
  • Wife, Mother, Community Leader
  • Founder, Casa Theresa Central Guild
  • Restore Honesty and Integrity to Congress
  • Reduce the Cost of Health Care
  • Implement Comprehensive Immigration Policy
William Griffith Click here for more information about this candidate 6,027 votes 3.8%
   6027 votes (3.81%) in San_Diego_County
  • Party: Independent
  • Occupation: Father/Math Teacher
  • MA, Ed. Admin. - CSUDH/SDSU ('92)
  • Law School, 3 years
  • BA, Economics - CSULB ('84)
  • Disabled Veteran (service-connected, 50% - training injury while at West Point)
  • US Military Academy, West Point (Class of 1978))
  • LIMITED Federal government, in compliance with Constitutional principles, will be my primary focus as a member of the House of Representatives.
  • Illegal Immigration must be stopped, the FTAA must be defeated, and the U.S. MUST withdraw from the UnitedNations - and banish it from our shores.
  • Energy independence is vital to our national and fiscal security. Production of new fuels and technologies should be the "To the moon" for our time.
Paul King Click here for more information about this candidate 2,519 votes 1.6%
   2519 votes (1.59%) in San_Diego_County
  • Party: Libertarian
  • Occupation: Small Business Owner
  • small business owner
  • Tax fighter
  • To get the politicians out of Washington and back to their district.
  • Make our legislature read the bills before they can vote on them.
  • Change "use it or lose it" budgeting to "save it and keep it"

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