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- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: Member of the Assembly
- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: Father/Small Businessman
- Husband and Father of an eight year old daughter...my family is my muse, the wind in my sail for whom I want to make the world better.
- Sonoma County Economic Development Board
- Sonoma County Planning Commission (2011-chair
- Iowa State University
- Tom Lynch Construction (28 years)
- 2008 Candidate Sonoma County Supervisor/ 2010 Candidate State Senate
- Pension Reform---Major changes toward creating sustainable State and Local government retirement benefits.
- Intergenerational equity---Fundamental changes to the State educational system from kindergarten to college with fiscally responsible solutions.
- Jobs and Economic Development---Multi-faceted approach toward creating more jobs and contributors throughout the State.
- Party: Green
- Occupation: Environmental Healing Consultant
- Studied Reality Therapy 1966-present
- Studied Sociopolitical psychology [how our government conditions us to behave], 1968-present
- Appeared Little Hoover commission 1977, state hospital death inquiries
- Helped ballot designation mother, father instituted 1997
Firenza Xuan Pini
- Stop mismanagement of taxpayer's money
- Use taxpayer's dollars only for employment, benefits, restoring Earth & Inhabitants.
- Legalize marijuana, grow everywhere as substitute for all it's uses, stop globalwarming & the need for war.
- Balance the budget
- Repeal or amend unconstitutional laws
- Limited government
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