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- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: Member, California State Assembly
- Received B.S. in Conservation and Resource Studies, M.A. in Education from U.C. Berkeley
- Served as Berkeley City Councilmember 1984-1992
- Founded the international association Local Governments for Sustainability
- Elected to the East Bay Regional Park District Board in 2006
- Elected State Assemblymember 2008 - served as Chair of the Assembly Natural Resources Committee and now as Chair of the Rules Committee
- Authored and passed E-Fairness legislation requiring internet retailers to pay sales tax, bringing California up to $500 million in new revenue
Eugene E Ruyle
- Establishing equity in our tax system so millionaires and high profit corporations pay their fair share to fund schools and safety net services
- Creating and maintaining jobs for Californians
- Sustaining a healthy environment with clean air, clean water, and less reliance on fossil fuels
- Party: Peace and Freedom
- Occupation: Retired Anthropology Professor
- Professor of Anthropology, CSU, Long Beach
- PhD Anthropology, Columbia University (1971)
- MA Anthropology, Yale University (1965)
- BA Anthropology, UC. Berkeley (1963)
- US Marine Corps, enlisted (1957-1960)
- End the Wars & Tax the Rich. Power to the People
- Demilitarize and Democratize the University of California
- Protect and Restore our Mother Earth
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