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San Mateo, Santa Clara County, CA November 2, 2010 Election
 Smart Voter Greg Conlon

Candidate for
Member of the State Assembly; District 21

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Businessman/CPA
  • Former President of the Cal Public Utilities Commission
  • Former California Transportation Commissioner
  • Veteran, U. S. Air Force Captain and pilot
  • Chariman on the Industry Education Council of California
  • Former Board Member of the Self Help for the Elderly
  • Member of the Rail and Finance Committee City of Atherton
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Create jobs with tax incentives
  • Balance the budget without increasing taxes--reform pension benefits
  • High Speed Rail-build it underground or covered trench or not at all.
Questions on Issues

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Key Endorsements
  • George Shultz, former U. S. Secretary of State
  • Tom Campbell, former U. S. Congressman and State Senator
  • Pete Constant, San Jose City Councilman
Position Papers
Create Jobs With Tax Incentives
The only way to solve our huge unemployment problem is to improve our economy. My philosophy regarding business taxes and regulations will help get our economy moving again in order to provide jobs for our citizens.
Balance the State Budget Without Raising Taxes
Getting California's spending under control is a key component of creating an economic environment where private businesses have the confidence to create jobs.
High Speed Rail Project + From San Francisco to San Jose
My position is that the High Speed Rail Line should be built right or not at all.
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