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Orange County, CA November 7, 2006 Election
 Smart Voter Florice Orea Hoffman

Candidate for
United States Representative; District 40

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Attorney/Business Owner
  • B.A. Brandeis University; politics; 1980
  • J. D. Rutgers University, Camden, NJ ; 1984
  • Democratic Party Orange County ; former Treasurer; elected Central Committee member
  • Orange Senior Center; Director
  • California Bar Association; member since 1984
  • Orange County Chapter Industrial Relations Association , Vice President
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • End the War in Iraq
  • Healthcare Reform
  • Protect Pensions and Social Security
Key Endorsements
  • California Democratic Party
  • California Federation of Labor
  • California Building & Construction Trades Council
Position Papers
War In Iraq
The American military deserves our full support by making sure that they have the resources adequate for the task in Iraq and benefits when they return. It is time for Iraqi leaders to take control of future of the country and provide for their own domestic security. It is also time for U.S. troops in Iraq to be redeployed out of Iraq and for a timetable to be established for withdrawal.
Healthcare Reform
Nearly 48 million Americans are uninsured. The primary reason people are uninsured is that insurance is too expensive. Health insurance premuims pass on the cost of the uninsured to the insured. It is time to solve our healthcare crisis.

Our children are our nation's most precious resource. I will fight to improve the quality of our children's education from preschool to college. Every child must have the opportunity to reach his or her highest potential. We must provide high quality early learning opportunities, smaller classes, and more individualized attention for our students, particularly students with special needs, gifts, and talents. Adequate funding must be provided for federally mandated programs.

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