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- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Businessman/County Supervisor
Vincent P "Vince" Sawyer
- education/youth isues
- social security/medicare
- Economy: Bring jobs back to America
- Simplify tax code, Ensure sound money system, Reform banking
- Government Reform
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Salesperson
- B.A. degree in Geography, University of Utah with engineering electives.
- Taught "Antiques and Ancient Culture", Methods, Geography, History, Business English
- Complimentary Book Author: "Articles of Peace and Poetry of and for Nature", e.g. at BIOLA University, Richard Nixon Library
- I lowered gas prices with newspaper ads and manufacturers to build hybrid vehicles 15 years ago. Cheaper gas for cheaper groceries, etc.
- Award from majority leader Lott for deeds to U.S. and commendation letter from Michelle Obama for economic betterment of society.
- UCR economics professor February 2012 affirmed my economic articles as right. E.g., "Model for Stability"
- CHANGE: I will try and make changes as voters requested.
- TAX CUTS: I have worked with politicians since the early 90's.
- BETTER JOBS: My book indicated to President Clinton to change from cold war industry to household and new social jobs.
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