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San Diego, Orange County, CA June 5, 2012 Election
 Smart Voter Dick Eiden

Candidate for
United States Representative; District 49

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Retired Attorney
  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, UC Santa Barbara
  • Juris Doctor, UCLA Law School
  • Founding member, Santa Barbara Legal Collective
  • Civil rights/social justice attorney, Los Angeles area
  • Founder, North County Forum
  • Past President, Palomar Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship, Vista
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Reform election finance rules to end the corporate takeover of the federal government
  • End the wars and rebuild America. Bring our troops home now.
  • Stimulate employment growth using funds from cutting back the military
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Questions on Issues

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Key Endorsements
  • Green Party of San Diego
  • Palomar Faculty Federation
  • Occupy Escondido
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Position Papers
Election Finance Reform
Effective election finance reform demands that we limit the amounts any single entity or individual may contribute to political campaigns, whether the contributions go directly to a candidate, to a political party or to a political action committee (PAC).
Healthcare for All
All Americans deserve access to affordable health care. The Medicare system should be expanded to serve us all, not just our seniors.
Women's Rights
Women's rights, including reproductive and abortion rights, must be absolutely guaranteed.
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