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Los Angeles County, CA June 3, 2014 Election
 Smart Voter Frank Diaz, Jr.

Candidate for
Assessor; County of Los Angeles

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Los Angeles County Deputy Assessor
  • Supervisor of Assessor's Section with $4 Billion roll
  • Has served as Assessor's Representative in front of the Assessment Appeals Board
  • Holds an Advanced Appraiser Certificate from the State Board of Equalization
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an option in Economics and Statistics from Cal State University Los Angeles
  • Employeed in the Assessor's Office Fourteen years.
Top Priorities if Elected
  • I will accept no contributions, represent no special interest and serve all the people of Los Angeles County equally.
  • I will fight to have your homeowner's exemption increased from $7,000 to $35,000, which will lower your property tax bill.
  • I will fight to protect Proposition 13 from changes that would create more frequent reassessment.
Questions on Issues

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Position Papers
Increasing the Homeowner's Exemption
A brief history and facts on the Homeowner's Exemption with my reasons for increasing the exemption.
Protect Prop 13
A review of why changing Proposition 13 is bad for California property owners.
Why Not Accept Contributions?
A detailed review of my reasons for not accepting contributions and a challenge to voters to change the status quo.
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