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Los Angeles County, CA June 5, 2012 Election
 Smart Voter Jay L. Stern

Candidate for
Member of the State Assembly; District 46

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Chemistry Instructor
  • BS, Cellular & Molecular Biology, USC
  • MS, Environmental Engineering, USC
  • MSChE, Chemical Engineering, USC
  • Teaching Credential, CA
  • (Past) Registered Environmental Assessor, Grade II
  • USAF, 1963 - 1967
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Transform organic wastes into transportation fuel at community level
  • No new taxes (I've taken the pledge)
  • Involve parents in their child's education
Questions on Issues

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Key Endorsements
  • Shawn Steele, past chairman of the California Republican Party (
  • Republican Party of Los Angeles County
  • San Fernando Valley Republican Club
Position Papers
Woodman Avenue Median Retrofit Project
Water reclamation is a fine idea; this project has too many problems to be considered a fine idea, though. It does not make economic sense and may cause a disaster in the event of an earthquake.
AB 1500, "Middle Class Scholarship Act" is a Fraud
AB1500 is a scheme to increase divisiveness between California's business and middle-class taxpayers. It masquerades as relief from high university tuition while placing a billion-dollar per-year burden on the backs of corporations whose registration is out of California. It is a perfect way to drive more business OUT of California.
Pass Or Pay
Pass or Pay is a means to encourage parental participation in their child's education. It is intended to cure the soaring course repeat rate (at taxpayer expense) while saving the state approximately $ 1 Billion per year.
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