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Los Angeles County, CA March 5, 2002 Election
Natural Law Party Central Committee; County of Los Angeles; Assembly District 59 Voter Information

Cancelled (This elected office is not on the ballot because an insufficient number of candidates applied.)

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Louise Marie Allison

  • Party: Natural Law
  • Occupation: Teacher/Administrator
  • BFA, Maharishi University of Management, Fairfield, IA
  • Certified Instructor, Transcendental Meditation program
  • Director, Claremont Transcendental Meditation program
  • Member, County Central Committee, Natural Law Party of Los Angeles
  • Former State Chair, Natural Law Party of California
  • Former State Chair, Natural Law Party of Virginia
  • As County Central Committee Member, I will work to make the principles and platform of the Natural Law Party available to all California citizens.
  • I will work to create long-overdue election/campaign reforms to guarantee that every candidate's voice is heard and every vote counts.
  • I will work to raise awareness of the processes of government and the need for citizen involvement to insure government accountability.

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