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State of California November 2, 2010 Election
 Smart Voter C. T. Weber

Candidate for
Lieutenant Governor

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Peace and Freedom
  • Occupation: Retired Government Analyst
  • Master's degree in Public Administration and Bachelor's degree in History from California State University, Long Beach.
  • Elected to four, two year, terms on the California State Employees Association Board of Directors.
  • Served on the SEIU Local 1000 State Council.
  • Served as a delegate to the Sacramento Central Labor Council.
  • Founded the Long Beach Free Clinic.
  • Elected three times as the State Chairperson of Peace and Freedom Party of California.
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Preserve social programs and shift burden of taxation back to those who get wealthy off the system, oppose offshore drilling, and slash student fees.
  • Economic Security through Full Employment, Double Minimum Wage/Tie it to Cost of Living, and a Defined Benefit Retirement System.
  • Parties Represented in Legislatures in Proportion to Votes Received, Require a Majority Vote for Executive Positions, Equal Funding of All Campaigns.
Key Endorsements
  • Peace and Freedom Party of California
  • Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism NorthernCalifornia
  • Party for Socialism and Liberation
Position Papers
Proposition 14 is misleading and dangerous - Vote No!
If Proposition 14 passes independent candidates will no longer be allowed to qualify for the general election ballot. It is highly unlikely that a third party candidate will make it to the general election ballot. General election write-in votes will no longer be counted.
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