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Barbara Alby

on Dec. 10, 2012
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[b]Dec. 9, 2012:[/b] Alby, 66, died of a heart attack.
California Republican Party statement: http://cagop.org/newsdetails.asp?artid=5E5C57


[b]September, 2010:[/b] Alby entered the race to fill SD 1, left vacant by Dave Cox, who passed away in July. Alby joined other Republican candidates Ted Gaines and Roger Niello.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2010/09/barbara-alby-jumps-in-1st-sena.html

Alby is the acting representative of the 2nd distrcit on the Board of Equalization and is running for that seat in 2010.
Campaign website: http://www.barbaraalby.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Barbara-Alby/143176353385

[b]March 8, 2010:[/b] Alby stepped in to fulfill the remaining term of the District 2 seat on the Board of Equalization after Bill Leonard accepted an appointment by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the state Consumer Services Agency. Previously Alby was Leonard's chief deputy. The move is a boost to Alby's 2010 campaign for the seat as she now will run as an acting board member.

[b]1993:[/b] Alby was elected to the State Assembly, representing the Sacramento area.

Alby hosts a show on the Sacramento Christian radio station KFIA AM 710. http://kfia.com/

Alby represents California on the Republican National Committee.

She is mother of five, grandmother of four and spouse of one.
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Barbara Alby

on Dec. 10, 2012
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[b]Dec. 9, 2012:[/b] Alby, 66, died of a heart attack.
California Republican Party statement: http://cagop.org/newsdetails.asp?artid=5E5C57&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+CAGOPNews+%28California+Republican+Party+News%29



[b]September, 2010:[/b] Alby entered the race to fill SD 1, left vacant by Dave Cox, who passed away in July. Alby joined other Republican candidates Ted Gaines and Roger Niello.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2010/09/barbara-alby-jumps-in-1st-sena.html

Alby is the acting representative of the 2nd distrcit on the Board of Equalization and is running for that seat in 2010.
Campaign website: http://www.barbaraalby.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Barbara-Alby/143176353385

[b]March 8, 2010:[/b] Alby stepped in to fulfill the remaining term of the District 2 seat on the Board of Equalization after Bill Leonard accepted an appointment by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the state Consumer Services Agency. Previously Alby was Leonard's chief deputy. The move is a boost to Alby's 2010 campaign for the seat as she now will run as an acting board member.

[b]1993:[/b] Alby was elected to the State Assembly, representing the Sacramento area.

Alby hosts a show on the Sacramento Christian radio station KFIA AM 710. http://kfia.com/

Alby represents California on the Republican National Committee.

She is mother of five, grandmother of four and spouse of one.
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Barbara Alby

on Dec. 10, 2012
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[b]Dec. 9, 2012:[/b] Alby, 66, died of a heart attack.



[b]September, 2010:[/b] Alby entered the race to fill SD 1, left vacant by Dave Cox, who passed away in July. Alby joined other Republican candidates Ted Gaines and Roger Niello.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2010/09/barbara-alby-jumps-in-1st-sena.html

Alby is the acting representative of the 2nd distrcit on the Board of Equalization and is running for that seat in 2010.
Campaign website: http://www.barbaraalby.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Barbara-Alby/143176353385

[b]March 8, 2010:[/b] Alby stepped in to fulfill the remaining term of the District 2 seat on the Board of Equalization after Bill Leonard accepted an appointment by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the state Consumer Services Agency. Previously Alby was Leonard's chief deputy. The move is a boost to Alby's 2010 campaign for the seat as she now will run as an acting board member.

[b]1993:[/b] Alby was elected to the State Assembly, representing the Sacramento area.

Alby hosts a show on the Sacramento Christian radio station KFIA AM 710. http://kfia.com/

Alby represents California on the Republican National Committee.

She is mother of five, grandmother of four and spouse of one.
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Christopher Hoene

on Oct. 1, 2012
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[b]October 2012:[/b] Hired as the California Budget Project's executive director.

[b]2001 - 2012:[/b] Hoene has been director of the Center for Research & Innovation at the Washington, D.C.-based National League of Cities for the past five years.
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Christopher Hoene

on Oct. 1, 2012
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[b]October 2012:[/b] Hired as California Budget Project' executive director:

[b]2001 - 2012:[/b] Hoene has been director of the Center for Research & Innovation at the Washington, D.C.-based National League of Cities for the past five years.
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Jeff Morales

on May 29, 2012
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[b]May 2012:[/b] Chosen to be the CEO of California's High Speed Rail Authority. Morales replaced Roelof van Ark, who had resigned.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2012/05/high-speed-rail-board-picks-former-caltrans-chief-to-lead-agency.html

Morales had been working for Parsons Brinkerhoff, a major contractor on the rail project.

[b]2004:[/b] Resigned as CalTrans chief after Arnold Schwarzenegger was elected Governor.

[b]2000:[/b] Appointed by then-Gov. Gray Davis as CalTrans chief.
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Todd Zink

on May 1, 2012
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[b]April 2012:[/b] Zink, a republican, announced he would run against democrat Fran Pavley in the June 5, 2012 primary for California Senate District 27. Los Angeles District Attorney Steve Cooley endorsed him on the same day that Zink announced.
Website & announcement: http://www.toddzink.com/latest-news/

After serving overseas in Operation Iraqi Freedom as a U.S. Marine, Zink was then hired as a deputy district attorney for Los Angeles County. Zink had previously attended Loyola Law School.
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Cameron Smyth

on May 1, 2012
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[b]February 2012:[/b] Smyth, termed out in 2012 of his Assembly District 38 seat, announced that he would not run against sitting Senator Fran Pavley in the newly re-drawn Senate District 27. Bob Hertzberg had also previously bowed out and Senator Tony Strickland opted to run for a Congressional seat.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2012/02/cameron-smyth-decides-not-to-fight-fran-pavley-for-senate-seat.html
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Todd Zink

on May 1, 2012
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[b]April 2012:[/b] Zink, a republican, announced he would run against democrat Fran Pavley in the June 5, 2012 primary to represent California Senate District 27 . Los Angeles District Attorney Steve Cooley endorsed him on the same day that Zink announced.
Website & announcement: http://www.toddzink.com/latest-news/

After serving overseas in Operation Iraqi Freedom as a U.S. Marine, Zink was then hired as a deputy district attorney for Los Angeles County. Zink had previously attended Loyola Law School.
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Todd Zink

on May 1, 2012
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[b]April 2012:[/b] Zink, a republican, announced he would run to represent California Senate District 27 against democrat Fran Pavley in the June 5, 2012 primary. Los Angeles District Attorney Steve Cooley endorsed him on the same day that Zink announced.
Website & announcement: http://www.toddzink.com/latest-news/

After serving overseas in Operation Iraqi Freedom as a U.S. Marine, Zink was then hired as a deputy district attorney for Los Angeles County. Zink had previously attended Loyola Law School.
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Todd Zink

on May 1, 2012
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[b]April 2012:[/b] Zink, a republican, announced he would run to represent California Senate District 27 against democrat Fran Pavley in the June 5, 2012 primary. Los Angeles District Attorney Steve Cooley endorsed him on the same day that Zink announced.

After serving overseas in Operation Iraqi Freedom as a U.S. Marine, Zink was then hired as a deputy district attorney for Los Angeles County. Zink had previously attended Loyola Law School.
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Todd Zink

on May 1, 2012
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[b]April 2012:[/b] Zink, a republican, announced he would run to represent California Senate District 27 against democrat Fran Pavley in the June 5, 2012 primary. Los Angeles District Attorney Steve Cooley endorsed him on the same day that Zink announced.

After serving overseas in Operation Iraqi Freedom as a U.S. Marine, Zink was then hired as a deputy district attorney for Los Angeles County. Zink attended Loyola Law School
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Proposition 29

on April 27, 2012
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Initiative for the June 5, 2012 primary ballot that places a $1 levy on each pack of cigarettes sold in California. Most of the money raised would be directed to a new, independent quasi-public agency that would award grants for research on cancer and other smoking-related illnesses, such as heart and lung diseases.
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Bob Williams

on April 3, 2012
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[b]April 2012:[/b] Will

Williams represents District 4 on the Tehama County Board of Supervisors.

[b]February 2012:[/b] Williams enters the race for the 3rd District in the state Assembly, a seat currently held by Dan Logue. http://totalcapitol.com/?news_id=4889967
campaign website: http://www.bobwilliams2012.com/

-- Williams is a member of the Corning Union High School District board of trustees
-- Williams is a member of the Tehama County Farm Bureau board of directors
-- Williams is a member of the USDA Farm Agency local committee

[b]Previously:[/b]
-- Williams served on the Northern California Water Association
-- Williams served on the Tehama-Colusa Canal Authority board
-- Williams was president of the Thomes Creek Water District
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RODNEY J. BLONIEN

on March 24, 2012
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[b]March 13, 2012:[/b] Blonien, 65, passed away from a heart attack.
http://www.sacbee.com/2012/03/24/4362734/obituary-rodney-blonien-longtime.html

Blonien was a lobbyist and public servant for 40 years. He lobbied for gambling interests and previously worked in the administrations of Governors Ronald Reagan and George Deukmejian.
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Ellen Corbett

on March 9, 2012
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[b]March 9, 2012:[/b] Announced she would not run against Democrat Congressman Pete Stark in the primary for the newly re-drawn U.S. Congressional District 15. Her announcement said she would continue her work in California State Senate District 10.
http://www.ibabuzz.com/politics/2012/03/09/ellen-corbett-wont-run-for-house-in-2012/

[b]2004:[/b] After being termed out of the Assembly, Corbett was elected to California Senate District 10.

[b]1998:[/b] Elected to California Assembly District 18.
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David Pollock

on March 9, 2012
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[b]March 2012:[/b] Dropped out of the race for California's newly redrawn 26th District in the U.S. House of Representatives.
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Blong Xiong

on March 9, 2012
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[b]March 9, 2012:[/b] Announced he would run for U.S. Congress in California's newly re-drawn 21st district.
http://fresnobeehive.com/news/2012/03/fresno_democrat_blong_xiong_wi.html

Xiong represents District 1 on the Fresno City Council.
City website: http://www.fresno.gov/Government/CityCouncil/District1/default.htm
City council campaign website: http://blong2010.org/

[b]Previously:[/b] Xiong served as deputy director for the Fresno Center for New Americans (FCNA) a nonprofit organization that assists immigrants, refugees and New Americans to successfully transition into the community.
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Ellen Corbett

on March 9, 2012
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[b]March 9, 2012:[/b] Announced she would not run against Democrat Congressman Pete Stark in the primary for the newly re-drawn U.S. Congressional District 15, but continue her work in California State Senate District 10.
http://www.ibabuzz.com/politics/2012/03/09/ellen-corbett-wont-run-for-house-in-2012/

[b]2004:[/b] After being termed out of the Assembly, Corbett was elected to California Senate District 10.

[b]1998:[/b] Elected to California Assembly District 18.
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George Plescia

on March 5, 2012
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[b]March, 2012:[/b] Announced he would run in the newly re-drawn Senate District 39, a district that covers the urban center of San Diego County.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2012/03/george-plescias-candidacy-puts-san-diego-senate-district-in-play.html


[b]Dec. 17, 2009:[/b] Plescia and Bonnie Garcia were confirmed by the state Senate to serve on the Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board. The Senate floor vote was unanimous, 31-0.

[b]2002 - 2008:[/b] Served as Assemblyman in California's 75th District. Termed out in 2008. Was Republican Assembly leader for a brief stint in 2006.
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George Plescia

on March 5, 2012
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[b]March, 2012:[/b] Announced he would run in the newly re-drawn Senate District 39, a district that covers urban center of San Diego County.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2012/03/george-plescias-candidacy-puts-san-diego-senate-district-in-play.html


[b]Dec. 17, 2009:[/b] Plescia and Bonnie Garcia were confirmed by the state Senate to serve on the Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board. The Senate floor vote was unanimous, 31-0.

[b]2002 - 2008:[/b] Served in California's 75th Assembly District. Was Republican Assembly leader for a brief stint in 2006.
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George Plescia

on March 5, 2012
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[b]March, 2012:[/b] Announced he would run in the newly re-drawn Senate District 39.


[b]Dec. 17, 2009:[/b] Plescia and Bonnie Garcia were confirmed by the state Senate to serve on the Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board. The Senate floor vote was unanimous, 31-0.

[b]2002 - 2008:[/b] Served in California's 75th Assembly District. Was Republican Assembly leader for a brief stint in 2006.
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John Myers

on Feb. 29, 2012
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[b]Feb. 2012: [/b] Hired by the Sacramento ABC affiliate (News10) as political editor, to report on the state Capitol and shape their 2012 election coverage.

[b]2003 - 2012:[/b] Covered the state capitol for KQED radio.

[b]Feb. 2008: [/b] Myers started a Twitter account (http://twitter.com/KQED_CapNotes) to report on late-night state budget negotiations in the capitol. He will forever be seen as one of the first Capitol reporters to use twitter on a mass scale to deliver California political and government news.
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John Myers

on Feb. 29, 2012
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[b]Feb. 2012: [/b] Hired by the Sacramento ABC affiliate to cover the state Capitol

[b]2003 - 2012:[/b] Covered the state capitol for KQED radio.

[b]Feb. 2008: [/b] Myers started a Twitter account (http://twitter.com/KQED_CapNotes) to report on late-night state budget negotiations in the capitol. He will forever be seen as one of the first Capitol reporters to use twitter on a mass scale to deliver California political and government news.
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David Dreier

on Feb. 29, 2012
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[b]February 29, 2012:[/b] Announced that he would retire from Congress at the end of his term in 2012.

[b]1999 - 2007:[/b] Served as Chairman of the House Rules Committee.

[b]1981 - 2012:[/b] Represented California in the U.S House of Representatives in districts 35, 33, 28, and 26.

[b]1981:[/b] First elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.
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David Dreier

on Feb. 29, 2012
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[b]February 29, 2012:[\b] Announced that he would retire from Congress at the end of his term in 2012.

[b]1999 - 2007:[/b] Served as Chairman of the House Rules Committee.

[b]1981 - 2012:[/b] Represented California in the U.S House of Representatives in districts 35, 33, 28, and 26.

[b]1981:[/b] First elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.
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Sharon Runner

on Feb. 22, 2012
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[b]February 22, 2012:[/b] Runner announced that she would not seek re-election to SD 17 in 2012, sighting that she was waiting for a lung transplant for a rare autoimmune disease.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2012/02/sen-sharon-runner-announces-she-wont-run-for-re-election.html

[b]Feb. 15, 2010:[/b] Runner won a special primary election in the 17th Senate District to replace her husband, George Runner. Sharon Runner defeated Democrat Darren Parker 66%-34% to avoid a runoff.

[b]Feb. 27, 2009:[/b] Runner was appointed by Gov. Schwarzenegger to the Agricultural Labor Relations Board.
Governor's press release:
From 2002 to 2008, she was a California State Assemblymember, where she served as the vice chair of the Appropriations Committee, and also served on the Arts and Entertainment Committee, the Housing Committee and the Veterans Committee. Additionally, Runner owned Runner Group from 1995 to 2008. In 1977, she cofounded Desert Christian Schools, where she worked as a preschool teacher from 1979 to 1980 and an administrator from 1980 to 1995. Runner currently serves on the Desert Christian Schools Board of Directors. This position requires Senate confirmation and the compensation is $128,109. Runner is a Republican.

[b]Feb. 12, 2008:[/b] Runner revealed that she is suffering from limited scleroderma, a rare disease that has put her on the waiting list for a lung transplant. She said her condition will not stop her from serving out of the remainder of her term.

Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sharon_Runner
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Brian Kelly

on Feb. 15, 2012
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[b]February 15, 2012:[/b] Appointed, by Gov. Jerry Brown, as undersecretary at the Business Transportation and Housing Agency.

[b]2008 - 2012:[/b] Executive staff director for Senate President pro Tempore Darrell Steinberg.

[b]2004 - 2008:[/b] Executive principal consultant for Senate President pro Tempore Don Perata.

[b]1995 - 1998:[/b] Assistant consultant for Senate President pro Tempore Bill Lockyer.
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Warren T. Furutani

on Feb. 14, 2012
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[b]Feb. 14, 2012:[/b] Announced he would not seek a third term in Assembly District 64 (where he would reside under redistricting). Isadore Hall immediately became the front runner for that seat.
http://www.dailybreeze.com/news/ci_19962403?

[b]Jan. 17, 2012:[/b] Furutani lost to Joe Buscaino in the 15th Los Angeles City Council district general election.

[b]Nov. 10, 2011:[/b] Furutani placed second to Joe Buscaino in the primary race for the 15th Los Angeles City Council district race. Furtuani will face Buscaino in the Jan. 17, 2012, runoff election.

[b]July 2011:[/b] Furutani announced he would run to replace Janice Hahn in the 15th district of Los Angeles City Council.

[b]December 11, 2007:[/b] Furutani won the Special election primary to fill the AD 55 seat, vacated by Laura Richardson who went to Congress. Because Furutani didn't get more than 50% of the vote in the Primary, he has to face a February General Election against two minor-party candidates.
http://www.dailybreeze.com/news/articles/12409816.html

Furutani was a consultant to Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez.
Source: http://www.dailybreeze.com/news/articles/10199181.html

-- Member of the board of trustees for the Los Angeles Community College District
(http://www.laccd.edu/board_of_trustees/board_members/furutani.htm)

-- Former board member of the Los Angeles Unified School District
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Warren T. Furutani

on Feb. 14, 2012
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[b]Feb. 14, 2012:[/b] Announced he would not seek a third term in Assembly District 64 (where he would reside under redistricting). Isadore Hall immediately became the front runner for that seat.
http://www.dailybreeze.com/news/ci_19962403?

[b]Jan. 17, 2012:[/b] Furutani lost to Joe Buscaino in the 15th Los Angeles City Council district general election.

[b]Nov. 10, 2011:[/b] Furutani placed second to Joe Buscaino in the primary race for the 15th Los Angeles City Council district race. Furtuani will face Buscaino in the Jan. 17, 2012, runoff election.

[b]July 2011:[/b] Furutani announced he would run to replace Janice Hahn in the 15th district of Los Angeles City Council.

[b]December 11, 2007:[/b] Furutani won the Special election primary to fill the AD 55 seat, vacated by Laura Richardson who went to Congress. Because Furutani didn't get more than 50% of the vote in the Primary, he has to face a February General Election against two minor-party candidates.
http://www.dailybreeze.com/news/articles/12409816.html

Furutani is a consultant to Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez.
Source: http://www.dailybreeze.com/news/articles/10199181.html

-- Member of the board of trustees for the Los Angeles Community College District
(http://www.laccd.edu/board_of_trustees/board_members/furutani.htm)

-- Former board member of the Los Angeles Unified School District
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Warren T. Furutani

on Feb. 14, 2012
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[b]Feb. 14, 2012:[/b] Announced he would not seek a third term in Assembly District 55. Isadore Hall immediately became the front runner for that seat.
http://www.dailybreeze.com/news/ci_19962403?

[b]Jan. 17, 2012:[/b] Furutani lost to Joe Buscaino in the 15th Los Angeles City Council district general election.

[b]Nov. 10, 2011:[/b] Furutani placed second to Joe Buscaino in the primary race for the 15th Los Angeles City Council district race. Furtuani will face Buscaino in the Jan. 17, 2012, runoff election.

[b]July 2011:[/b] Furutani announced he would run to replace Janice Hahn in the 15th district of Los Angeles City Council.

[b]December 11, 2007:[/b] Furutani won the Special election primary to fill the AD 55 seat, vacated by Laura Richardson who went to Congress. Because Furutani didn't get more than 50% of the vote in the Primary, he has to face a February General Election against two minor-party candidates.
http://www.dailybreeze.com/news/articles/12409816.html

Furutani is a consultant to Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez.
Source: http://www.dailybreeze.com/news/articles/10199181.html

-- Member of the board of trustees for the Los Angeles Community College District
(http://www.laccd.edu/board_of_trustees/board_members/furutani.htm)

-- Former board member of the Los Angeles Unified School District
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Warren T. Furutani

on Feb. 14, 2012
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[b]Feb. 14, 2012:[/b] Announced he would not seek a third term in Assembly District 64.
http://www.dailybreeze.com/news/ci_19962403?

[b]Jan. 17, 2012:[/b] Furutani lost to Joe Buscaino in the 15th Los Angeles City Council district general election.

[b]Nov. 10, 2011:[/b] Furutani placed second to Joe Buscaino in the primary race for the 15th Los Angeles City Council district race. Furtuani will face Buscaino in the Jan. 17, 2012, runoff election.

[b]July 2011:[/b] Furutani announced he would run to replace Janice Hahn in the 15th district of Los Angeles City Council.

[b]December 11, 2007:[/b] Furutani won the Special election primary to fill the AD 55 seat, vacated by Laura Richardson who went to Congress. Because Furutani didn't get more than 50% of the vote in the Primary, he has to face a February General Election against two minor-party candidates.
http://www.dailybreeze.com/news/articles/12409816.html

Furutani is a consultant to Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez.
Source: http://www.dailybreeze.com/news/articles/10199181.html

-- Member of the board of trustees for the Los Angeles Community College District
(http://www.laccd.edu/board_of_trustees/board_members/furutani.htm)

-- Former board member of the Los Angeles Unified School District
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Mike Feuer

on Feb. 14, 2012
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[b]February 2012:[/b] Feuer announced his candidacy for Los Angeles City Attorney. Feuer is term limited out of his Assembly seat in 2012.

[b]November 2006:[/b] Elected to represent California Assembly District 42.

[b]1994 - 2001:[/b] Los Angeles City Councilman -- 5th District.
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Mike Feuer

on Feb. 14, 2012
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[b]February 2012:[b/] Feuer announced his candidacy for Los Angeles City Attorney. Feuer is term limited out of his Assembly seat in 2012.

[b]November 2006:[/b] Elected to represent California Assembly District 42.

[b]1994 - 2001:[/b] Los Angeles City Councilman -- 5th District.
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Nadia Lockyer

on Feb. 12, 2012
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[b]2010:[/b] Elected to the Alameda County Board of Supervisors, District 2.

Executive Director of the Alameda County Family Justice Center

[b]1998:[/b] Elected to serve on the Santa Ana Unified School District Board of Trustees.

Wife of California State Treasurer, Bill Lockyer.
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Nadia Lockyer

on Feb. 12, 2012
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[b]2010:[/b] Elected to the Alameda County Board of Supervisors, District 2.

Wife of California State Treasurer, Bill Lockyer.
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Cynthia Gomez

on Feb. 12, 2012
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[b]Feb. 7, 2012:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown as Tribal Advisor and executive secretary for the Native American Heritage Commission.

[b]2010 - 2012:[/b] Gomez has been the chief justice for the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians Tribal Court.

[b]2008 - 2010:[/b]Assistant secretary of environmental justice and tribal governmental policy for the California Environmental Protection Agency
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Cynthia Gomez

on Feb. 12, 2012
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[b]Feb. 7, 2012:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown as Tribal Advisor and executive secretary for the Native American Heritage Commission.

[b]2010 - 2012:[/b] Gomez has been the chief justice for the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians Tribal Court.

[b]2008 - 2010:[/b ]Assistant secretary of environmental justice and tribal governmental policy for the California Environmental Protection Agency
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Mark Smith

on Feb. 10, 2012
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Smith is a lobbyist for the American Council of Engineering Companies


(Smith also co-owns a company that sells redististricting maps: http://www.capoliticalmaps.com/ )
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Barbara Ortega

on Feb. 7, 2012
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[b]February 7, 2012:[/b] Ortega announced she was running for the 8th Assembly District.
http://www.barbaraforassembly.com/2012/02/barbara-ortega-announces-shes-running-for-assembly/

Ortega is co-owner of a business management services company, POW Group.

Ortega previously worked for Abbott Laboratories, the California Manufacturers & Technology Association and the CA Chamber of Commerce.
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Jean Ross

on Feb. 6, 2012
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[b]January 6, 2012:[/b] Announced that she was hired at the Ford Foundation as the US Program Officer for Transparent, Effective, and Accountable Government. She will start in March.
http://californiabudgetbites.org/2012/02/06/a-letter-from-executive-director-jean-ross

[b]1985 - 2012:[/b] Founding executive director of the California Budget Project.

Former principal consultant to the Assembly Revenue and Taxation Committee

Former senior consultant to the Assembly Human Services Committee

Former assistant research director of the Service Employees International Union in Washington, D.C.,

Serves on the Board of the Washington, D.C.-based Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, the Advisory Committee of California's Franchise Tax Board, and the Board of the California Tax Reform Association.
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Jean Ross

on Feb. 6, 2012
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[b]January 6, 2012:[/b] Hired at the Ford Foundation as the US Program Officer for Transparent, Effective, and Accountable Government.
http://californiabudgetbites.org/2012/02/06/a-letter-from-executive-director-jean-ross

[b]1985 - 2012:[/b] Founding executive director of the California Budget Project.

Former principal consultant to the Assembly Revenue and Taxation Committee

Former senior consultant to the Assembly Human Services Committee

Former assistant research director of the Service Employees International Union in Washington, D.C.,

Serves on the Board of the Washington, D.C.-based Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, the Advisory Committee of California's Franchise Tax Board, and the Board of the California Tax Reform Association.
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Jean Ross

on Feb. 6, 2012
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[b]January 6, 2012:[/b] Hired at the Ford Foundation as the US Program Officer for Transparent, Effective, and Accountable Government.
http://californiabudgetbites.org/2012/02/06/a-letter-from-executive-director-jean-ross

Jean M. Ross was the founding executive director of the California Budget Project.

Former principal consultant to the Assembly Revenue and Taxation Committee

Former senior consultant to the Assembly Human Services Committee

Former assistant research director of the Service Employees International Union in Washington, D.C.,

Serves on the Board of the Washington, D.C.-based Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, the Advisory Committee of California's Franchise Tax Board, and the Board of the California Tax Reform Association.
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Tom Mullens

on Jan. 27, 2012
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[b]January 19, 2012:[/b] Democrat Tom Mullens, a Vietnam Navy Veteran, announced he would run for Assembly District 44. Mullens would likely run against incumbent Republican and Navy Officer, Jeff Gorell, who will be returning in March from a one-year tour of duty in Afghanistan.
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Sandre Swanson

on Jan. 27, 2012
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[b]January 2012:[/b] Swanson announced he would not run for re-election. Swanson would have faced Sen. Fran Pavley in a tough Democratic Primary for Senate District 9.

Assemblymember Swanson's website: http://democrats.assembly.ca.gov/members/a16
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Dawn Koepke

on Jan. 19, 2012
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[b]January 2012:[/b] Koepke became a partner in the now McHugh, Koepke & Associates lobbying firm.

Koepke represents Crime Victims United of California (http://www.crimevictimsunited.com/) and the Green Chemistry Alliance ( http://www.greenchemistryalliance.org/ )

[b]March 17, 2010:[/b] Testifies on Green Chemistry at Assembly Environmental Safety & Toxic Materials Committee:
Part 1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXcbQ4tUHLc
Part 2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUXz9RttxgY

[b]2003:[/b] Hired with McHugh and Associates

Bio: http://www.mchughgr.com/ourteam/dawnsanderskoepke.html
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Dawn Koepke

on Jan. 19, 2012
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[b]January 2012:[/b] Koepke became a partner in the now McHugh, Koepke & Associates lobbying firm.

[b]January 2012:[/b] Koepke represents Crime Victims United of California (http://www.crimevictimsunited.com/) and the Green Chemistry Alliance ( http://www.greenchemistryalliance.org/ )

[b]March 17, 2010:[/b] Testifies on Green Chemistry at Assembly Environmental Safety & Toxic Materials Committee:
Part 1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXcbQ4tUHLc
Part 2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUXz9RttxgY

[b]2003:[/b] Hired with McHugh and Associates

Bio: http://www.mchughgr.com/ourteam/dawnsanderskoepke.html
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Dawn Koepke

on Jan. 19, 2012
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[b]January 2012:[/b] Koepke became a partner in the now McHugh, Koepke & Associates lobbying firm.

[b]January 2012:[/b] Koepke represents Crime Victims United of California. http://www.crimevictimsunited.com/

[b]March 17, 2010:[/b] Testifies on Green Chemistry at Assembly Environmental Safety & Toxic Materials Committee:
Part 1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXcbQ4tUHLc
Part 2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUXz9RttxgY

[b]2003:[/b] Hired with McHugh and Associates

Bio: http://www.mchughgr.com/ourteam/dawnsanderskoepke.html
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Anthony J. Portantino

on Jan. 19, 2012
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[b]January 18 2010:[/b] Announced in an email to friends and family that he would not run for re-election

[b]March - April, 2008:[/b] Lost his Education Committee Chairmanship for two weeks. It was widely speculated to be punishment for supporting John Perez for Nunez's Assembly seat.
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Jennifer Kerns

on Jan. 19, 2012
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[b]January 2012:[/b] Hired by the California Republican Party as their spokeswoman.

[b]Jannuary 2010:[/b] Joined Fox and Hounds Daily ( http://www.foxandhoundsdaily.com ) as a writer/blogger

[b]2009[/b] Hired as Communications Director for "No on Proposition 1A" campaign (Tax increase for CA rainy day fund).

[b]Aug., 2008:[/b] Hired as Communications Director for "Yes on Proposition 8" campaign (CA ban on same-sex marriage).

[b]Feb. 2008:[/b] Opened her own political consulting company, K Street Communications.

[b]2007:[/b] Press Secretary for Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner

[b]Personal blog:[/b] http://blog.kstreetcommunications.com/
[b]Facebook page:[/b] http://www.facebook.com/jenniferkerns
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Nicole Rice

on Jan. 18, 2012
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[b]January 2012:[/b] Hired by the California Manufacturers & Technology Association as a lobbyist.

[b]2010[/b]: Consultant to the Roger Niello for Senate campaign

[b]2009 - 2010:[/b] Community affairs manager for the Nehemiah Corporation of America

[b]2007 - 2009:[/b] Legislative policy strategist for the Strategic Counsel PLC

[b]2007:[/b] Deputy director for Strategic Planning for the California Department of Consumer Affairs

[b]2006 - 2007:[/b] Deputy secretary for Appointments for Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger

[b]2004 - 2006:[/b] Public affairs representative for Southern California Edison
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Robert Dutton

on Jan. 17, 2012
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[b]Jan. 17, 2012:[/b] Announced he would run for Congressional District 31, facing off in a primary battle with Republican candidate Gary Miller.
Source: FlashReport http://www.flashreport.org/

[b]Dec 2011:[/b] Announced he would step down as Sen Minority leader. He was succeeded by Sen. Bob Huff.

[b]Jan. 13, 2010:[/b] Dutton elected Senate minority leader to succeed Dennis Hollingsworth. Dutton will assume role sometime after the 2010-11 budget is passed.

[b]Jan. 8, 2010[/b] Dutton named vice chair of the Senate Energy, Utilities and Communications Committee.

[b]March 24, 2008:[/b] Dutton was named vice chairman of the Senate Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review, replacing Dennis Hollingsworth (R-SD36) who served in that position for three years.

Dutton writes a blog at http://www.duttonreport.com/

[b]November 2004:[/b] Dutton was elected state Senate in the 31st Senate District.

[b]2002 - 2004:[/b] Dutton was a state Assemblymember the 63rd Assembly District.

[b]1998-2002[/b] Dutton served on the city council of Rancho Cucamonga

Dutton is the CEO of a real estate investment firm -- Dutton & Associates, Inc. located in Rancho Cucamonga.

[b]1969-74[/b] Dutton served in the California Air National Guard
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Robert Dutton

on Jan. 17, 2012
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[b]Jan. 17, 2012:[/b] Announced he would run for Congressional District 31, facing off with Republican candidate Gary Miller.
Source: FlashReport http://www.flashreport.org/

[b]Dec 2011:[/b] Announced he would step down as Sen Minority leader. He was succeeded by Sen. Bob Huff.

[b]Jan. 13, 2010:[/b] Dutton elected Senate minority leader to succeed Dennis Hollingsworth. Dutton will assume role sometime after the 2010-11 budget is passed.

[b]Jan. 8, 2010[/b] Dutton named vice chair of the Senate Energy, Utilities and Communications Committee.

[b]March 24, 2008:[/b] Dutton was named vice chairman of the Senate Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review, replacing Dennis Hollingsworth (R-SD36) who served in that position for three years.

Dutton writes a blog at http://www.duttonreport.com/

[b]November 2004:[/b] Dutton was elected state Senate in the 31st Senate District.

[b]2002 - 2004:[/b] Dutton was a state Assemblymember the 63rd Assembly District.

[b]1998-2002[/b] Dutton served on the city council of Rancho Cucamonga

Dutton is the CEO of a real estate investment firm -- Dutton & Associates, Inc. located in Rancho Cucamonga.

[b]1969-74[/b] Dutton served in the California Air National Guard
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Roelof van Ark

on Jan. 12, 2012
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[b]January 12, 2012:[/b] Announced he was quitting as the CEO of California's High Speed Rail Authority.
Sac Bee Source: http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2012/01/roelof-van-ark-chief-executive.html
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Gary G. Miller

on Jan. 12, 2012
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[b]January 12, 2012:[/b] Announced he would run in the 31st Congressional District where Congressman Jerry Lewis had announced he was retiring. Miller is currently in the 42nd district but has been re-drawn into a district with Cngressman Ed Royce.
Source: FlashReport -- http://www.flashreport.org/

[b]2003 - present:[/b] Member of the U.S. House of Representatives for California's 42nd District

[b]1999 - 2003:[/b] Member of the U.S. House of Representatives for California's 41st District

[b]1995 - 1998:[/b] Member of the U.S. House of Representatives for California's 60th District
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Jerry Lewis

on Jan. 12, 2012
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[b]January 12, 2012:[/b] Announced he was retiring from Congress.

[b]2003 - present:[/b] Member of the U.S. House of Representatives for California's 41st District

[b]1993 - 2003:[/b] Member of the U.S. House of Representatives for California's 40th District

[b]1983 - 1993:[/b] Member of the U.S. House of Representatives for California's 35th District
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Gary G. Miller

on Jan. 12, 2012
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[b]January 12, 2012:[/b] Announced he would run in the 31st Congressional District where Congressman Jerry Lewis had announced he was retiring. Miller is currently in the 42nd district but has been re-drawn into a district with Cngressman Ed Royce.
Source: FlashReport -- http://www.flashreport.org/

[b]2003 - present:[/b] Member of the U.S. House of Representatives for California's 42nd District

[b]1999 - 2003:[/b] Member of the U.S. House of Representatives for California's 41st District

[b]1995 - 1998:[/b] Member of the U.S. House of Representatives for California's 60th District
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Denise Brown

on Jan. 9, 2012
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[b]January 9, 2012:[/b] Appointed director of the California Department of Consumer Affairs by Gov. Jerry Brown.

[b]2009 - 2011:[/b] Advisor to the executive officer and staff of the California Air Resources Board.

[b]1977 - 2009:[/b] Multiple positions in the Department of Consumer Affairs.
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Tony Strickland

on Jan. 7, 2012
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[b]January 7, 2012:[/b] Strickland announced he would run for California's 24th Congressional seat, after sitting Congressman Elton Gallegly announced he would retire.
Source: FlashReport -- http://www.flashreport.org/blog/2012/01/07/gallegly-to-retire-from-congress-strickland-to-run

[b]March 5, 2010:[/b] Strickland announced he would run for State Controller in 2010.
Source: http://www.flashreport.org/commentary0b.php?postID=2010030503294524&authID=2005081622025042&post_offsetP=0

[b]2008: [/b]State co-chair, with Sen. Dick Ackerman, of Mitt Romney's California leadership team.

[b]2008: [/b] Elected to Senate District 19

[b]1998 - 2004[/b] Served in Assembly District 37, a seat now held by his wife Audra Strickland.
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Tony Strickland

on Jan. 7, 2012
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[b]January 7, 2012:[/b] Strickland announced he would run for California's 23rd Congressional seat, after sitting Congressman Elton Gallegly announced he would retire.
Source: FlashReport -- http://www.flashreport.org/blog/2012/01/07/gallegly-to-retire-from-congress-strickland-to-run

[b]March 5, 2010:[/b] Strickland announced he would run for State Controller in 2010.
Source: http://www.flashreport.org/commentary0b.php?postID=2010030503294524&authID=2005081622025042&post_offsetP=0

[b]2008: [/b]State co-chair, with Sen. Dick Ackerman, of Mitt Romney's California leadership team.

[b]2008: [/b] Elected to Senate District 19

[b]1998 - 2004[/b] Served in Assembly District 37, a seat now held by his wife Audra Strickland.
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Elton Gallegly

on Jan. 7, 2012
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[b]January 7, 2012:[/b] Announced he would retire from Congress. Immediately State Senator Tony Strickland announced he would run for the seat.
Source: FlashReport -- http://www.flashreport.org/blog/2012/01/07/gallegly-to-retire-from-congress-strickland-to-run

[b]2003 - present:[/b] Member of the U.S. House of Representatives for California's 24th District

[b]1993 - 2003:[/b] Member of the U.S. House of Representatives for California's 23rd District

[b]1987 - 1993:[/b] Member of the U.S. House of Representatives for California's 21st District

[b]1980 - 1986 :[/b] Mayor of Simi Valley
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Elton Gallegly

on Jan. 7, 2012
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[b]January 7, 2012:[/b] Announced he would retire from Congress. Immediately Senator Tony Strickland announced he would run for the seat.
Source: FlashReport -- http://www.flashreport.org/blog/2012/01/07/gallegly-to-retire-from-congress-strickland-to-run

[b]2003 - present:[/b] Member of the U.S. House of Representatives for California's 24th District

[b]1993 - 2003:[/b] Member of the U.S. House of Representatives for California's 23rd District

[b]1987 - 1993:[/b] Member of the U.S. House of Representatives for California's 21st District


[b]1980 - 1986 :[/b] Mayor of Simi Valley
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Chris Megerian

on Jan. 3, 2012
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[b]January 2012:[/b] Hired by the [i]Los Angeles Times[/i] to cover California politics and the state's budget, replacing Shane Goldmacher who left to work for the [i]National Journal[/i] in Washington.

[b]2008 - December 2011:[/b] Covered the New Jersey statehouse for the [i]Star-Ledger[/i]

Previously worked for Cox Newspapers' Washington bureau.
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Chris Megerian

on Jan. 3, 2012
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[b]January 2012:[/b] Hired by the [i]Los Angeles Times[/i] to cover California politics and the state's budget.

[b]2008 - December 2011:[/b] Covered the New Jersey statehouse for the [i]Star-Ledger[/i]

Previously worked for Cox Newspapers' Washington bureau.
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Steven Glazer

on Dec. 29, 2011
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[b]December 2011:[/b] Hired to advise the California Chamber of Commerce's political action committee in 2012 legislative races.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2011/12/jerry-brown-adviser-steve-glazer-will-help-california-chamber-pac.html

[b]Jan., 2010:[/b] Glazer, long-time Brown insider, was hired to run Jerry Brown's 2010 campaign for Governor
source: SF Chron http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/nov05election/detail?entry_id=55936

[b]2007:[/b] Orinda Mayor

[b]2006:[/b] Orinda Mayor Pro Tem

[b]2004:[/b] Elected to the Orinda City Council

[b]1980's[/b] Press secretary to California Senate President Pro-Tem David Roberti
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Mark Nechodom

on Dec. 29, 2011
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[b]December 2011:[/b] Appointed, by Gov. Jerry Brown, as director of the California Department of Conservation.

[b]2010 - 2011:[/b] Senior advisor to the undersecretary for the U.S. Department of Agriculture

[b]2008 - 2010:[/b] Acting director for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Office of Environmental Markets

[b]2006 - 2008:[/b] Senior climate policy advisor for the U.S. Forest Service

[b]1998 - 2006:[/b] Senior scientist and policy advisor at the U.S. Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station

Nechodom is the husband of California Secretary of State Debra Bowen
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Gordon Burns

on Dec. 29, 2011
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[b]December 2011:[/b] Appointed, by Gov. Jerry Brown, undersecretary at the California Environmental Protection Agency.

[b]2010 - 2011:[/b] Attorney for the Resources Law Group

[b]2006 - 2010:[/b] Deputy solicitor general at the U.S. Office of the Solicitor General.

[b]1996 to 2006:[/b] Deputy attorney general at the California Department of Justice.

[b]1994 to 1996:[/b] Attorney at Downey Brand Seymour and Rohwer.
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Pamela Harris

on Dec. 22, 2011
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[b]December 21, 2011:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown as director of the California Employment Development Department.

[b]2009 - 2011:[/b] Acting director at the California Employment Development Department

[b]2009 - 2011:[/b] Multiple positions at the California Employment Development Department
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Jan Owen

on Dec. 22, 2011
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[b]December 21, 2011:[/b] Owen was appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown to be a commissioner at the Department of Corporations.

[b]2010 - 2011:[/b] Principal at The Jan Owen Group.

[b]2009 - 2010:[/b] Strategic initiatives manager at Apple Inc.

[b]2008 - 2009:[/b] Vice president of government affairs at JP Morgan Chase

[b]2002 - 2008:[/b] State director of government and industry affairs at Washington Mutual Inc.

[b]2000 - 2002:[/b] Executive director of the California Mortgage Bankers Association

[b]1999 - 2000:[/b] Acting commissioner of the Department of Financial Institutions

[b]1996 - 1999:[/b] Deputy commissioner of the Department of Financial Institutions
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Jan Owen

on Dec. 22, 2011
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[b]December 21, 2011:[/b] Owen was appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown to be a commissioner at the Department of Corporations.

[b]2010 - 2011:[/b] Principal at The Jan Owen Group.

[b]2009 - 2010:[/b] Strategic initiatives manager at Apple Inc.

[b]2008 - 2009:[/b] Vice president of government affairs at JP Morgan Chase

[b]2002 - 2008:[/b] State director of government and industry affairs at Washington Mutual Inc.

[b]2000 - 2002:[/b] Executive director of the California Mortgage Bankers Association

[b]1999 - 2000:[/b] Acting commissioner of the Department of Financial Institutions

[b]1996 - 1999:[/b] deputy commissioner of the Department of Financial Institutions
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Alyson Huber

on Dec. 13, 2011
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[b]December 13, 2011:[/b] Announced on twitter that she would not run for re-election in 2012, stating "best decision for my children, my health, and my current district."

[b]November 2008:[/b] Elected to represent Assembly district 10, beating Republican Jack Sieglock
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Phil Ting

on Dec. 10, 2011
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[b]December 2011:[/b] Announced he would run in 2012 for California Assembly District 12, a seat currently held by Fiona Ma who will be termed out and will run for Board of Equalization.
source: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/12/10/BAFR1MAC9T.DTL&feed=rss.news
Assembly campaign website: http://www.philting.com/about-phil-ting

[b]2011:[/b] Ran unsuccessfully for San Francisco Mayor, losing to Ed Lee. He remains San Francisco's Assessor-Recorder.

[b]2005:[/b] Appointed as Assessor-Recorder of the City and County of San Francisco by then Mayor Gavin Newsom.
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Phil Ting

on Dec. 10, 2011
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[b]December 2011:[/b] Announced he would run in 2012 for California Assembly District 12, a seat currently held by Fiona Ma who will be termed out and will run for Board of Equalization.
source: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/12/10/BAFR1MAC9T.DTL&feed=rss.news

[b]2011:[/b] Ran unsuccessfully for San Francisco Mayor, losing to Ed Lee. He remains San Francisco's Assessor-Recorder.

[b]2005:[/b] Appointed as Assessor-Recorder of the City and County of San Francisco by then Mayor Gavin Newsom.
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Edwin M. Lee

on Dec. 10, 2011
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[b]November 2011:[/b] Lee beat a crowded field for election as San Francisco Mayor. As interim Mayor, Lee had originally vowed not to run but changed his mind after San Francisco activists started a "Run Ed Run" campaign to encourage him to put his name on the ballot.

[b]Jan. 7, 2011[/b] The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to appoint Lee interim mayor to serve out the remainder of Gavin Newsom's term. Newsom was elected in Nov. 2010 as California lieutenant governor.

Ed Lee is a graduate of Boalt Hall. One of the founding members of the Asian Law Caucus in San Francsico.

Willie L. Brown and Rosie Pak have been Ed's political mentors.

Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edwin_M._Lee
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Phil Ting

on Dec. 10, 2011
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[b]December 2011:[/b] Announced he would run in 2012 for California Assembly District 12, a seat currently held by Fiona Ma who will be termed out and will run for Board of Equalization.
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/12/10/BAFR1MAC9T.DTL&feed=rss.news

[b]2011:[/b] Ran unsuccessfully for San Francisco Mayor, losing to Ed Lee. He remains San Francisco's Assessor-Recorder.

[b]2005:[/b] Appointed as Assessor-Recorder of the City and County of San Francisco by then Mayor Gavin Newsom.
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Phil Ting

on Dec. 10, 2011
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[b]December 2011:[/b] Announced he would run for California Assembly District 12, a seat currently held by Fiona Ma who will be termed out in 2012 and will run for Board of Equalization.
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/12/10/BAFR1MAC9T.DTL&feed=rss.news

[b]2011:[/b] Ran unsuccessfully for San Francisco Mayor, losing to Ed Lee. He remains San Francisco's Assessor-Recorder.

[b]2005:[/b] Appointed as Assessor-Recorder of the City and County of San Francisco by then Mayor Gavin Newsom.
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Phil Ting

on Dec. 10, 2011
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[b]2011:[/b] Ran unsuccessfully for San Francisco Mayor, losing to Ed Lee. He remains San Francisco's Assessor-Recorder.

[b]2005:[/b] Appointed as Assessor-Recorder of the City and County of San Francisco by then Mayor Gavin Newsom.
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Christine Baker

on Dec. 9, 2011
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[b]December 9, 2011:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown as Director of California's Department of Industrial Relations (DIR).
http://gov.ca.gov/news.php?id=17336

[b]1984 - Current:[/b] Multiple positions at DIR
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Patricia Dunn

on Dec. 5, 2011
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[b]December 2011:[/b] Dunn, 58, passed away after long battle with ovarian cancer.
http://feeds.sfgate.com/click.phdo?i=e26e8a30ed42df42d7cd9c2f313ce1cf

[b]October 2006:[/b] Dunn was charged by CA Attorney General, Bill Lockyer, with four felonies for her role in the HP spying scandal -- a controversy regarding her effort to investigate board-level leaks to reporters in 2005-2006. Those charges were dropped by a judge in 2007.

[b]2005 - 2006:[/b] Chairman of the Board at Hewlett-Packard (HP)

[b]2002 - 2006:[/b] Vice Chairman of Barclays Global Investors.
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Patricia Dunn

on Dec. 5, 2011
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[b]December 2011:[/b] Dunn, 58, passed away after long battle with ovarian cancer.
http://feeds.sfgate.com/click.phdo?i=e26e8a30ed42df42d7cd9c2f313ce1cf

[b]October 2006:[/b] Dunn was charged by CA Attorney General, Bill Lockyer, with four felonies for her role in the HP spying scandal. Charges were later dropped.

[b]2005 - 2006:[/b] Chairman of the Board at Hewlett-Packard (HP)

[b]2002 - 2006:[/b] Vice Chairman of Barclays Global Investors.
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Patricia Dunn

on Dec. 5, 2011
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[b]December 2011:[/b] Dunn, 58, passed away after long battle with ovarian cancer.
http://feeds.sfgate.com/click.phdo?i=e26e8a30ed42df42d7cd9c2f313ce1cf

[b]October 2006:[/b] Dunn was charged by Bill Lockyer, the California attorney general, with four felonies for her role in the HP spying scandal. Charges were later dropped.

[b]2005 - 2006:[/b] Chairman of the Board at Hewlett-Packard (HP)

[b]2002 - 2006:[/b] Vice Chairman of Barclays Global Investors.
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Patricia Dunn

on Dec. 5, 2011
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[b]December 2011:[/b] Dunn, 58, passed away after long battle with ovarian cancer.
http://feeds.sfgate.com/click.phdo?i=e26e8a30ed42df42d7cd9c2f313ce1cf

[b]October 2006:[/] Dunn was charged by Bill Lockyer, the California attorney general, with four felonies for her role in the HP spying scandal. Charges were later dropped.

[b]2005 - 2006:[/b] Chairman of the Board at Hewlett-Packard (HP)

[b]2002 - 2006:[/b] Vice Chairman of Barclays Global Investors.
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Chris Reed

on Nov. 28, 2011
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[b]November 2011:[/b] Started calwhine.com, a private blog devoted to libertarian issues in California.
http://www.calwhine.com

San Diego Union Tribune editorial writer
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Chris Reed

on Nov. 28, 2011
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[b]November 2011:[/b] Started calwhine.com, a private blog devoted to libertarian issues in California.
http:www.calwhine.com

San Diego Union Tribune editorial writer
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Chris Reed

on Nov. 28, 2011
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[b]November 2011:[/b] Started calwhine.com, a private blog devoted to libertarian issues in California.

San Diego Union Tribune editorial writer
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Raul Bocanegra

on Nov. 23, 2011
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[b]2011:[/b] Currently Assm. Felipe Fuentes' chief of staff, Bocanegra announced he will run for his boss' AD 39 seat in 2012. Fuentes is termed out in 2012 and will run for Los Angeles city council.
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Tim Rainey

on Nov. 23, 2011
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[b]November 22, 2011:[/b] Rainey was appointed by Gov. Jerry Borwn as executive director at the California Workforce Investment Board.

[b]2005 - 2011:[/b] Executive director at the Workforce and Economic Development Program at the California Labor Federation.

[b]1999 - 2005:[/b] Policy director at the California Workforce Association.

[b]1998 - 1999:[/b] Consultant at the California State Senate Majority Caucus.
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Tim Rainey

on Nov. 23, 2011
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[b]November 22, 2011:[/b] Rainey was appointed by Gov. Jerry Borwn as executive director at the California Workforce Investment Board.

[b]2005 - 2011:[/b] Executive director at the Workforce and Economic Development Program at the California Labor Federation.

[b]1999 - 2005:[/b] Policy director at the California Workforce Association from 1998 to 2005

[b]1998 - 1999:[/b] Consultant at the California State Senate Majority Caucus.
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Connie Conway

on Nov. 16, 2011
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[b]Nov 2011:[/b] Unanimously elected by her Republican colleagues to serve as Assembly Minority Leader.

[b]November 2, 2010:[/b] Re-elected to represent the 34th Assembly District

[b]November 4, 2008:[/b] Elected to represent the 34th Assembly District

Gov. Schwarzenegger's appointee to the Public Employee Post-Employment Benefits Commission.

Was a member of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's re-election team.

Former Tulare County Supervisor
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Dillon Gibbons

on Nov. 16, 2011
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[b]Nov. 2011:[/b] Gibbons left Assembly Minority leader Connie Conway's office to be the chief of staff for Assemblyman Cannella.

[b]Dec. 2010:[/b] Gibbons named chief of staff to Republican Assemblymember Connie Conway.

Gibbons is married to Jennifer Gibbons.
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Ivan Altamura

on Nov. 16, 2011
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[b]November 2011:[/b] Took over as chief of staff for Assembly Minority Leader Connie Conway, after Dilllon Gibbons left to be Assemblyman Anthony Cannella's chief of staff.
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Craig Huey

on Nov. 15, 2011
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[b]November 15, 2011:[/b] Huey, who spent nearly $2 million of his own money in a special election for Congress earlier in 2011, announced that he’ll run for a new South Bay-based Assembly district seat in 2012.
LA Times blog: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/california-politics/2011/11/businessman-joins-assembly-race-candidates-name-supporters-in-another-hot-contest.html?


[b]July 2011:[/b] Huey lost a special election to Janice Hahn to fill CA Congressional seat 36, after it was left vacant by the retiring Jane Harman.
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Craig Huey

on Nov. 15, 2011
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[b]November 15, 2011:[/b] Huey, who spent nearly $2 million of his own money in a special election for Congress earlier in 2011, announced that he’ll run for a new South Bay-based Assembly district seat in 2012.
LA Times blog: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/california-politics/2011/11/businessman-joins-assembly-race-candidates-name-supporters-in-another-hot-contest.html?
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Craig Huey

on Nov. 15, 2011
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[bNovember 15, 2011:[/b] Huey, who spent nearly $2 million of his own money in a special election for Congress earlier in 2011, announced that he’ll run for a new South Bay-based Assembly district seat in 2012.
LA Times blog: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/california-politics/2011/11/businessman-joins-assembly-race-candidates-name-supporters-in-another-hot-contest.html?
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Beth Willon

on Nov. 15, 2011
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[b]November 15, 2011:[/b] Willon, 57, was appointed, by Gov. Jerry Brown, assistant director of external affairs at the Department of Mental Health.


[b]June 2010:[/b] Willon was hired as a senior account supervisor at Lucas Public Affairs.

[b]2009-2010:[/b] Willon was spokesperson for U.S. Rep. John Garamendi.

[b]2009:[/b] Willon was spokesperson for then-Lt. Gov. John Garamendi.

Willon was a spokesperson for then-Assembly leader Fabian Nunez.

[b]2006:[/b] Willon was spokesperson for Yes on Prop 87 campaign, a ballot initiative creating an oil severance tax.

[b]Previously:[/b] Willon spent 25 years covering politics and the courts for newspapers, radio and TV.

Source: Capitol Morning Report http://www.lucaspublicaffairs.com/lpa/index.cfm?LinkServID=75033965-1D09-2FD4-73D6285D1A85D8CB&showMeta=0

LinkedIn page: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/beth-willon/31/692/838
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Sara Ramirez Giroux

on Nov. 14, 2011
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{b]November 14, 2011:[/b] Ramirez Giroux switched places with Greg Campbell in Assembly Speaker John Perez' office, becoming the Chief consultant after Campbell was elevated to chief of staff.

Previously Ramirez was chief of staff to Assemblymember Gene Mullin.


Married to Political consultant Bob Giroux
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Sara Ramirez Giroux

on Nov. 14, 2011
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{b]November 14, 2011:[/b] Ramirez switched places with Greg Campbell in Assembly Speaker John Perez' office, becoming the Chief consultant after Campbell was elevated to chief of staff.

Previously Ramirez was chief of staff to Assemblymember Gene Mullin.
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Greg Campbell

on Nov. 14, 2011
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[b]November 14, 2011:[/b] Switched places with Sara Ramirez Giroux in Assembly Speaker John Perez's office and became Perez' chief of staff. Ramirez then became Perez' chief consultant.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2011/11/assembly-speaker-john-a-perez-names-new-chief-of-staff.html

Campbell has previously worked for four California Assembly Speakers.
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Carlota Gutierrez

on Nov. 1, 2011
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[b]October 2011:[/b] Gutierrez, 54, passed away after her battle with ALS ("Lou Gehrig's Disease").
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2011/11/former-legislative-staffer-carlota-gutierrez-died.html

[b]1990's to 2011:[/b]
Media consultant for the California State Assembly Speakers:
Willie Brown
Cruz Bustamante
Antonio Villaraigosa

Media consultant for State Senators:
Liz Figueroa
Mark Ridley-Thomas
Curren Price

Consultant for the the State Senate Democratic Caucus

She was also public liaison for State Treasurer Philip Angelides.


[b]Late 1980's:[/b] Reporter for Univision and Sacramento's Channel 13
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Carlota Gutierrez

on Nov. 1, 2011
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[b]October 2011:[/b] Gutierrez, 54, passed away after her battle with ALS.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2011/11/former-legislative-staffer-carlota-gutierrez-died.html

[b]1990's to 2011:[/b]
Media consultant for the California State Assembly Speakers:
Willie Brown
Cruz Bustamante
Antonio Villaraigosa

Media consultant for State Senators:
Liz Figueroa
Mark Ridley-Thomas
Curren Price

Consultant for the the State Senate Democratic Caucus

She was also public liaison for State Treasurer Philip Angelides.


[b]Late 1980's:[/b] Reporter for Univision and Sacramento's Channel 13
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Carlota Gutierrez

on Nov. 1, 2011
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[b]October 2011:[/b] Gutierrez, 54, passed away after her battle with ALS.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2011/11/former-legislative-staffer-carlota-gutierrez-died.html

[b]1990's to 2011:[/b] Media consultant for the California State Assembly Speakers:
Willie Brown
Cruz Bustamante
Antonio Villaraigosa

Media consultant for State Senators:
Liz Figueroa
Mark Ridley-Thomas
Curren Price

Consultant for the the State Senate Democratic Caucus

She was also public liaison for State Treasurer Philip Angelides.


[b]Late 1980's:[/b] Reporter for Univision and Sacramento's Channel 13
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Carlota Gutierrez

on Nov. 1, 2011
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[b]October 2011:[/b] Gutierrez, 54, passed away after her battle with ALS.

[b]1990's to 2011:[/b] Media consultant for the California State Assembly Speakers:
Willie Brown
Cruz Bustamante
Antonio Villaraigosa

Media consultant for State Senators:
Liz Figueroa
Mark Ridley-Thomas
Curren Price

Consultant for the the State Senate Democratic Caucus

She was also public liaison for State Treasurer Philip Angelides.


[b]Late 1980's:[/b] Reporter for Univision and Sacramento's Channel 13
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Patti Krebs

on Oct. 31, 2011
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[b]October 2011: [/b] Patti Krebs, 62, passed away suddenly.
http://www.sddt.com/news/article.cfm?SourceCode=20111031cze&_t=Patti+Krebs+IEA+director+dies+at+age+62

[b]1994 - October 2011: [/b] Krebs was executive director of the Industrial Environmental Association. IEA promotes "responsible, cost-effective environmental laws and regulations, and facilitates environmental compliance among its member companies."
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Patti Krebs

on Oct. 31, 2011
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[b]October 2011: [/b] Patti Krebs passed away suddenly.

[b]1994 - October 2011: [/b] Krebs was executive director of the Industrial Environmental Association. IEA promotes "responsible, cost-effective environmental laws and regulations, and facilitates environmental compliance among its member companies."
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Patti Krebs

on Oct. 31, 2011
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[b]October 2011: [/b] Patti Krebs passed away suddenly.

[b]1994 - October 2011: [/b] Krebs was executive director of the Industrial Environmental Association. IEA promotes responsible, cost-effective environmental laws and regulations, and facilitates environmental compliance among its member companies.
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Patti Krebs

on Oct. 31, 2011
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[b]October 2011:[/b] Patti Krebs passed away.

[b]1994 - October 2011:[/b] Krebs was executive director of the Industrial Environmental Association. IEA promotes responsible, cost-effective environmental laws and regulations, and facilitates environmental compliance among its member companies.
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Thomas W. Hiltachk

on Oct. 20, 2011
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Political and election law attorney since 1988.

[b]Oct 2011:[/b] Hiltachk's firm -- Bell, McAndrews & Hiltachk -- is running the referendum to overturn SB 202. The bill passed late in California's 2011 legislative session and pushes all initiatives to a November ballot and postpones California's rainy day fund to 2014.

[b]2004 - 2010:[/b] Hiltachk was a lawyer for Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s election matters, Meg Whitman's campaign, Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson's "Strong Mayor" initiative and California's Proposition 23.

[b]September 28, 2007:[/b] Hiltachk (and Kevin Eckery) resigned from the "Presidential Election Reform Act" committee. The LA Times and others reported that he resigned as a result of the initiative's failure to attract significant support and the refusal by one donor, "Take Initiative America", to fully disclose the source of its funds. ( http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/front/la-na-initiative28sep28,1,7257639.story )

Hiltachk was the principal proponent of the "Presidential Election Reform Act," an initiative pending at the Attorney General's Office as of July 30, 2007. A PDF of the initiative is here: http://ag.ca.gov/cms_pdfs/initiatives/2007-07-17_07-0032_Initiative.pdf


[b]1996:[/b] Served as an official U.S. election observer for the 1996 Russian Presidential election.
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Thomas W. Hiltachk

on Oct. 20, 2011
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Political and election law attorney since 1988.

[b]Oct 2011:[/b] Hiltachk's firm -- Bell, McAndrews & Hiltachk -- is running the referendum to overturn SB 202. The bill passed late in California's 2011 legislative session and pushes all initiatives to a November ballot and postpones California's rainy day fund to 2014.

[b]2004 - 2008:[/b] Hiltachk was Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s personal lawyer for election matters.

[b]September 28, 2007:[/b] Hiltachk (and Kevin Eckery) resigned from the "Presidential Election Reform Act" committee. The LA Times and others reported that he resigned as a result of the initiative's failure to attract significant support and the refusal by one donor, "Take Initiative America", to fully disclose the source of its funds. ( http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/front/la-na-initiative28sep28,1,7257639.story )

Hiltachk was the principal proponent of the "Presidential Election Reform Act," an initiative pending at the Attorney General's Office as of July 30, 2007. A PDF of the initiative is here: http://ag.ca.gov/cms_pdfs/initiatives/2007-07-17_07-0032_Initiative.pdf


[b]1996:[/b] Served as an official U.S. election observer for the 1996 Russian Presidential election.
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Thomas W. Hiltachk

on Oct. 20, 2011
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Political and election law attorney since 1988.

[b]Oct 2011:[/b] Hiltachk's firm -- Bell, McAndrews & Hiltachk -- is running the referendum to overturn SB 202 ( http://totalcapitol.com/?bill_id=201120120SB202 ). The bill passed late in California's 2011 legislative session and pushes all initiatives to a November ballot and postpones California's rainy day fund to 2014.

[b]2004 - 2008:[/b] Hiltachk was Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s personal lawyer for election matters.

[b]September 28, 2007:[/b] Hiltachk (and Kevin Eckery) resigned from the "Presidential Election Reform Act" committee. The LA Times and others reported that he resigned as a result of the initiative's failure to attract significant support and the refusal by one donor, "Take Initiative America", to fully disclose the source of its funds. ( http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/front/la-na-initiative28sep28,1,7257639.story )

Hiltachk was the principal proponent of the "Presidential Election Reform Act," an initiative pending at the Attorney General's Office as of July 30, 2007. A PDF of the initiative is here: http://ag.ca.gov/cms_pdfs/initiatives/2007-07-17_07-0032_Initiative.pdf


[b]1996:[/b] Served as an official U.S. election observer for the 1996 Russian Presidential election.
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Thomas W. Hiltachk

on Oct. 20, 2011
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Political and election law attorney since 1988.

[b]Oct 2011:[/b] Hiltachk's firm -- Bell, McAndrews & Hiltachk --is running the referendum to overturn SB 202. The bill passed late in California's 2011 legislative session and pushes all initiatives to a November ballot and postpones California's rainy day fund to 2014.

[b]2004 - 2008:[/b] Hiltachk was Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s personal lawyer for election matters.

[b]September 28, 2007:[/b] Hiltachk (and Kevin Eckery) resigned from the "Presidential Election Reform Act" committee. The LA Times and others reported that he resigned as a result of the initiative's failure to attract significant support and the refusal by one donor, "Take Initiative America", to fully disclose the source of its funds. ( http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/front/la-na-initiative28sep28,1,7257639.story )

Hiltachk was the principal proponent of the "Presidential Election Reform Act," an initiative pending at the Attorney General's Office as of July 30, 2007. A PDF of the initiative is here: http://ag.ca.gov/cms_pdfs/initiatives/2007-07-17_07-0032_Initiative.pdf


[b]1996:[/b] Served as an official U.S. election observer for the 1996 Russian Presidential election.
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Thomas W. Hiltachk

on Oct. 20, 2011
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Political and election law attorney since 1988.

[b]Oct 2011:[/b] Hiltachk's firm -- Bell, McAndrews & Hiltachk --is running the referendum to overturn SB 202. The bill passed late in California's 2011 legislative session and pushes all initiatives to a November ballot and postpones California's rainy day fund to 2014.

Hiltachk was Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s personal lawyer for election matters.

[b]September 28, 2007:[/b] Hiltachk (and Kevin Eckery) resigned from the "Presidential Election Reform Act" committee. The LA Times and others reported that he resigned as a result of the initiative's failure to attract significant support and the refusal by one donor, "Take Initiative America", to fully disclose the source of its funds. ( http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/front/la-na-initiative28sep28,1,7257639.story )

Hiltachk was the principal proponent of the "Presidential Election Reform Act," an initiative pending at the Attorney General's Office as of July 30, 2007. A PDF of the initiative is here: http://ag.ca.gov/cms_pdfs/initiatives/2007-07-17_07-0032_Initiative.pdf


[b]1996:[/b] Served as an official U.S. election observer for the 1996 Russian Presidential election.
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Hector De La Torre

on Oct. 20, 2011
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[b]Oct 20, 2011:[/b] Appointed by Governor Jerry Brown to the California Air Resources Board.
Governor's release: http://gov.ca.gov/news.php?id=17285

[b]2004 - 2010:[/b] Served in the California State Assembly (AD 50 -- Los Angeles )

[b]1997:[/b] De La Torre was elected to the South Gate City Council.

[b]Previously:[/b]
-- De La Torre worked as a project manager in communications in the private sector.

-- De La Torre served in Washington, D.C. as assistant to the deputy secretary of labor.

-- De La Torre majored in diplomacy and world affairs at Occidental College in Los Los Angeles and attended George Washington University's Elliot School of International Affairs.

De La Torre resides in South Gate with his wife, Christine, and their two children.
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Marty Martinez

on Oct. 19, 2011
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[b]Oct. 15, 2011:[/b] Martinez, 82, passed away.
http://www.rollcall.com/news/Martinez-Former-California-Representative-Dead-at-82-209614-1.html

[b]1982 - 2000:[/b] Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from California's 30th and 31st district.

Martinez was a democrat from 1974 to 2000, before switching to be a republican.

Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matthew_G._Martinez
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Melissa Melendez

on Oct. 14, 2011
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[b]2011:[/b] Melendez announced her intention to run for California Assembly District 67.
http://melendezforassembly.com/melendez-news.html

[b]2008:[/b] Elected to the Lake Elsinore City council

[b]2006:[/b] Started her own transcription company, contracting with the Chief of Naval Operations

[b]2005 - 2006:[/b] Academic advisor at Chaminade University

[b]1986 - 2005:[/b] Naval officer, intelligence-gathering operations.
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Mike Barkley

on Oct. 14, 2011
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[b]2011:[/b] Barkley is a candidate in the race for California Congressional District 10.
Platform: http://mjbarkl.com/run.htm
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Charles DeVore

on Oct. 14, 2011
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[b]October 14, 2011:[/b] Devore announced he was dropping out of the his race for Orange County Supervisor to move to Texas with his family.
http://totalbuzz.ocregister.com/2011/10/14/devore-quits-supervisors-race-leaves-o-c/68343/

[b]March 24, 2011:[/b] Devore announces his campaign for Orange County Board of Supervisors.

[b]December 6, 2004 -- December 6, 2010:[/b] DeVore represented the 70th district in the State Assembly.

[b]1999[/b] Devore is authored the techno-thriller novel "China Attacks". The book was published in English in 2000 and in Chinese the following year.

[b]1991 to 1996:[/b] Devore served as an Irvine City Commissioner. He became vice chairman, then chairman of the Community Services Commission.

[b]1991 to present:[/b] Devore has worked in the aerospace and defense industry. He is a vice president with SM&A, a Newport Beach project management and systems engineering firm employing more than 300 people nationwide with revenue of $75 million in 2003.

[b]1988 to 1990:[/b] Devore worked for then-U.S. Representative Chris Cox, as his senior assistant. He served as the congressmember's chief public liaison to the community, attending chambers of commerce meetings and community events.

[b]1986 to 1988:[/b] Devore served in the Reagan Administration as a special assistant for foreign affairs in the Department of Defense.

Devore is a member of the military reserve forces. He first enlisted as a Private First Class, then earned his commission in 1985. He is now a Major in the Army National Guard.

Devore has lived in the 70th Assembly District since 1988 when he moved back home to Orange County with his wife, Diane. Diane and Chuck have two daughters, Jennie and Amy. Diane is a music teacher in Irvine.

[b]Links:[/b]
Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chuck_DeVore
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Marty Wilson

on Oct. 13, 2011
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[b]October 2011:[/b] Hired as vice president of public affairs for the California Chamber of Commerce, where he will oversee their political action committee and candidate recruitment program. He replaced Rob Lapsley who was hired as president of the California Business Roundtable.

[b]2004 - 2011:[/b] Partner at Martin-Wilson Communications. http://www.wilsonmillercom.com/about/bio/Martin_WIlson.html

[b]2006:[/b] Wilson consulted on the campaigns of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, Carly Fiorina's U.S. Senate bid, and was a long-time adviser to Gov. Pete Wilson.
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Mark Hedlund

on Oct. 10, 2011
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[b]Oct. 2011:[/b] Hired as press secretary to Senate President pro Tem Darrell Steinberg. Hedlund replaced Alicia Trost who was promoted to communications director.

[b]1981 - 2009:[/b] Reporter for News10, Sacramento's CBS affiliate.
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Mark Hedlund

on Oct. 10, 2011
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[b]Oct. 2011:[/b] Hired as press secretary to Senate President pro Tem Darrell Steinberg. Hedlund replaced Alicia Trost who was promoted to communications director.
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Dennis Mangers

on Oct. 10, 2011
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[b]Sept. 2010:[/b] Appointed to the State Bar Board of Governors.

[b]2008 - 2010: [/b] Senior adviser to Senate President pro Tem Darrell Steinberg

[b]Nov. 2008: [/b] Mangers was a co-chairman of the No on Proposition 8 Northern California Committee.

[b]1981 - 2008:[/b] California cable TV lobbyist and executive

[b]1970s-80s:[/b] Former Orange County Democratic Legislator
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Dennis Mangers

on Oct. 10, 2011
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[b]Sept. 2010:[/b] Appointed to the State Bar Board of Governors.

[b]April 28, 2008 - 2010: [/b] Senior adviser to Senate President pro Tem Darrell Steinberg

[b]Nov. 2008: [/b] Mangers was a co-chairman of the No on Proposition 8 Northern California Committee.

[b]1981 - 2008:[/b] California cable TV lobbyist and executive

[b]1970s-80s:[/b] Former Orange County Democratic Legislator
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Gina Zari

on Oct. 7, 2011
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[b]October 2011:[/b] Accepted a position in the congressional campaign office of U.S. Representative Ed Royce.

[b]October 2008 - 2011:[/b] Chief of staff to Sen Mimi Walters.
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Chris Wysocki

on Oct. 7, 2011
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[b]October 2010 - 2011:[/b] Deputy chief of staff to Sen. Bob Dutton

[b]October 2007:[/b] Wysocki signed on to work in support of the Presidential Election Reform Act.

[b]2007:[/b] Wysocki serves as a spokesperson for The Consumer Alliance for a Strong Economy, a conservative group.

[b]2003:[/b] Wysocki worked on the campaign to recall then-Gov. Gray Davis.
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Gina Zari

on Oct. 7, 2011
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[b]October 2011:[/b] Accepted a position in the congressional campaign office of Ed Royce.

[b]October 2008 - 2011:[/b] Chief of staff to Sen Mimi Walters.
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Garth Eisenbeis

on Oct. 7, 2011
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[b]2011:[/b] Promoted as chief of staff to Sen. Mimi Walters.

[b]2008:[/b] Eisenbeis was a Legislative Director in the Capitol office of Assemblymember Diane Harkey (Republican - AD73)
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Lance Simmens

on Oct. 7, 2011
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[b]September 2011:[/b] Hired as Deputy Director for Communications for the California High-Speed Rail Authority.
http://www.cahighspeedrail.ca.gov/09062011_Simmens.aspx

[b]2006 - 2011:[/b] Special Assistant for Intergovernmental Affairs for Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell.

In 2006 Simmens was chosen by former Vice-President Al Gore to be one of the first groups of individuals to be trained to deliver presentations on the impact of climate change.
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Rochelle Lewis

on Oct. 7, 2011
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[b]1993 - present:[/b] Project director at Woodward McDowell, an issue advocacy firm.
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Andre Pineda

on Oct. 2, 2011
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[b]September 27, 2011:[/b] Pineda, 46, passed away.
http://www.campaignsandelections.com/campaign-insider/260462/consulting-world-mourns-andr-pineda.thtml

Pineda was a well known California-based pollster for President Barack Obama, New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, California Gov. Gray Davis and Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano.

Pineda owned Pineda Consulting but also previously worked in polling firms including Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research and Fairbank Maslin Maullin & Associates.
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Andre Pineda

on Oct. 2, 2011
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[b]September 27, 2011:[/b] Pineda, 46, passed away.
http://www.campaignsandelections.com/campaign-insider/260462/consulting-world-mourns-andr-pineda.thtml

Pineda was a well-known California-based pollster for President Barack Obama, New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, California Gov. Gray Davis and Arizon Governor Janet Napolitano.

Pineda owned Pineda Consulting but also previously worked in polling firms including Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research and Fairbank Maslin Maullin & Associates.
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Lance Christensen

on Sept. 21, 2011
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[b]2008 - present:[/b] Senate Republican Policy Consultant, Environmental Quality

[b]2005 - 2008:[/b]Legislative Director for then State Senator Tom McClintock
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Paul Krekorian

on Sept. 21, 2011
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Krekorian represents Council District 2 on the City of Los Angeles City Council. http://cd2.lacity.org/index.htm

[b]Dec. 2006 - Jan. 2008[/b] Krekorian represented District 43 in the state Assembly.

[b]2004 - 2006[/b]President of the Burbank Board of Education.
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Paul Krekorian

on Sept. 21, 2011
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Krekorian represents Council District 2 on the City of Los Angeles City Council. http://cd2.lacity.org/index.htm

[b]Dec. 2006 - Jan. 2008[/b] Krekorian represented District 43 in the state Assembly.
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Paul Krekorian

on Sept. 21, 2011
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Krekorian represents Council District 2 on the City of Los Angeles City Council. http://cd2.lacity.org/index.htm

[b]Dec. 2006-Jan. 2001[/b] Krekorian represented District 43 in the state Assembly.
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Cynthia Leon

on Sept. 19, 2011
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[b]September 2011:[/b] Hired as regional manager for International Paper.

[b]2007 - August 2011:[/b] Workers' compensation and human resources lobbyist for the CA Manufacturers & Technology Association.

[b]2005 - 2007:[/b] Chief of staff to Assemblywoman Nicole Parra.
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Cynthia Leon

on Sept. 19, 2011
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[b]September 2011:[/b] Hired as Regional manager for International Paper

[b]2007 - August 2011:[/b] Workers'compensation and human resources lobbyist for the CA Manufacturers & Technology Association.

[b]2005 - 2007:[/b] Chief of Staff to Assemblywoman Nicole Parra
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Jesus Arredondo

on Sept. 19, 2011
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Managing Partner at Advantage Consulting LLC ( http://www.ca-advantage.com )

[b]2001 - 2008: [/b]Director, Regulatory and Government Affairs at NRG Energy

[b]1999 - 2001: [/b]Director, Corporate and External Communications at California Power Exchange

LinkedIn page: http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=89796148
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Vince Sollitto

on July 29, 2011
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[b]2008 - to current:[/b] Vice President, Yelp

[b]September, 2007 - 2008:[/b] Spokesman for start-up company in Bay Area, Cuill ( http://www.cuill.com/ )

[b]2005 - 2007:[/b] VP, Media Relations for the California Chamber of Commerce

[b]2004 - 2005:[/b] Spokesman for Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger
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Chris Rizo

on July 27, 2011
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[b]2011:[/b] Editor for Business Law Daily
http://businesslawdaily.wordpress.com/feed/


Previously the California health care policy reporter for The Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), the legal and regulatory news service
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Charles Manatt

on July 23, 2011
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[b]July 23, 2011:[/b] Manatt passed away after complications from a stroke.
http://www.sacbee.com/2011/07/23/3789193/ex-democratic-party-chairman-charles.html#mi_rss=AP%20State%20News

[b]1999 - 2001:[/b] Served as President Bill Clinton's ambassador to the Dominican Republic

[b]1992:[/b] Co-chairman of President Clinton's election campaign

[b]1981 - 1985:[/b] Chairman of the Democratic National Committee
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Charles Manatt

on July 23, 2011
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[b]July 23, 2011:[/b] Manatt passed away after complications from a stroke.
http://www.sacbee.com/2011/07/23/3789193/ex-democratic-party-chairman-charles.html#mi_rss=AP%20State%20News

[b]1999 - 2001:[/b] Served as President Bill Clinton's ambassador to the Dominican Republic

Read more: http://www.sacbee.com/2011/07/23/3789193/ex-democratic-party-chairman-charles.html#ixzz1SwqupKB6



[b]1992:[/b] Co-chairman of President Clinton's election campaign

[b]1981 - 1985:[/b] Chairman of the Democratic National Committee
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Sutter Brown

on July 5, 2011
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[b]2011:[/b] California's First Dog

[b]2007 - 2011:[/b] Lots of sleeping and eating. Some said he was leading a real "ruff" life ... you know, a real recluse. But really he was just sittin' in bars gettin' to know the people.

Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/SutterBrown
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Sutter Brown

on July 5, 2011
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[b]2011:[/b] California's First Dog

[b]2007 - 2011:[/b] Lots of sleeping and eating. Some said he was leading a real "ruff" life ... you know, a real recluse. But really he was just sittin' in bars gettin' to know the people.
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Sutter Brown

on July 5, 2011
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[b]2011:[/b] California's First Dog

[b]2007 - 2011:[/b] Lots of sleeping and eating. Some said he was leading a real ruff life ... you know, a real recluse. But really he was just sittin' in bars gettin' to know the people.
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Kevin Bassett

on July 5, 2011
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[b]2011:[/b] Chief of staff for State Senator and Senate Republican leader Bob Dutton.

[b]2010:[/b] Chief of staff for state senator Dave Cox.
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Marty Morgenstern

on July 5, 2011
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[b]January 2011:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown as Secretary of the California Labor and Workforce Development Agency.
http://gov.ca.gov/news.php?id=16867

[b]2003 - 2011:[/b] Morgenstern consulted for the University of California on labor relations matters.

[b]1999 - 2003:[/b] Director of the California Department of Personnel Administration.

[b]1994 - 1999:[/b] Private consultant to various labor organizations.

[b]1975[/b]: Appointed Director of the Governor’s Office of Employee Relations by Gov. Jerry Brown.
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Marty Morgenstern

on July 5, 2011
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[b]January 2011:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown as Secretary of California Labor and Workforce Development Agency.
http://gov.ca.gov/news.php?id=16867

[b]2003 - 2011:[/b] Morgenstern consulted for the University of California on labor relations matters.

[b]1999 - 2003:[/b] director of the California Department of Personnel Administration

[b]1994 - 1999:[/b] private consultant to various labor organizations.

[b]1975[/b]: Appointed Director of the Governor’s Office of Employee Relations by Gov. Jerry Brown.
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Matt Fong

on June 1, 2011
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[b]June 1, 2011:[/b] Fong, 57, passed away. Source: Sac Bee http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2011/06/former-california-treasurer-ma.html

[b]1995 - 1999:[/b] California State Treasurer

[b]1998:[/b] Unsuccessfully challenged incumbent U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer.

[b]1990 - 1994:[/b] Board of Equalization (appointed by Gov. Pete Wilson)

Fong is president of the Strategic Advisory Group providing counsel to CEOs and senior executives.

Fong is the adopted son of former Democratic California Secretary of State March Fong Eu.
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Matt Fong

on June 1, 2011
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[b]June 1, 2011:[/b] Fong, 57, passed away. Source: Sac Bee http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2011/06/former-california-treasurer-ma.html

[b]1995 - 1999:[/b] California State Treasurer

[b]1998:[/b] Unsuccessfully challenged incumbent U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer.

[b]1990 - 1994:[/b] Board of Equalization (appointed by Gov. Pete Wilson)

Fong is the adopted son of former Democratic California Secretary of State March Fong Eu
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Matt Fong

on June 1, 2011
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[b]June 1, 2011:[/b] Fong passed away. Source: Sac Bee http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2011/06/former-california-treasurer-ma.html

[b]1995 - 1999:[/b] California State Treasurer

[b]1998:[/b] Unsuccessfully challenged incumbent U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer.

[b]1990 - 1994:[/b] Board of Equalization (appointed by Gov. Pete Wilson)

Fong is the adopted son of former Democratic California Secretary of State March Fong Eu
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Lynda Gledhill

on May 17, 2011
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[b]May 2011:[/b] Hired as CA Attorney General Kamala Harris' press secretary

Gledhill was a Sacramento correspondent for the San Francisco Chronicle before she served stints as spokeswoman for State Senators Don Perata and Ellen Corbett.
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Lynda Gledhill

on May 17, 2011
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[b]May 2011:[/b] Hired as CA Attorney General Kamala Harris' press secretary

Gledhill was a Sacramento correspondent for the San Francisco Chronicle before she served a stint as State Senator Don Perata's spokeswoman.
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Lynda Gledhill

on May 17, 2011
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[b]May 2011[/b] Hired as CA Attorney General Kamala Harris' press secretary

Gledhill was a San Francisco Chronicle political reporter before she served a stint as Senator Don Perata's spokeswoman.
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Robin Swanson

on May 13, 2011
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[b]May 13, 2011:[/b] Hired as communications director for Speaker John Perez.

[b]April 8, 2008:[/b] After 6-1/2 years with Gale Kaufman's firm, Swanson started her own consulting firm, Swanson Communications. Source: SacBee.com (http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/011707.html)
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John Vigna

on May 13, 2011
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[b]May 2011: [/b] Promoted to be Speaker John Perez' press secretary after Shannon Murphy left to work for the Los Angeles controller.

[b]2010: [/b] Hired as a communications director for Speaker John Perez.

Previously worked for State Senator Mark Leno as a Legislative aide.
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John Vigna

on May 13, 2011
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[b]May 2011: [/b] Promoted to be Speaker John Perez' press secretary after Shannon Murphy left to work for the Los Angeles controller.

[b]2010: [/b] Hired as a communications consultant for Speaker John Perez.

Previously worked for State Senator Mark Leno as a Legislative aide.
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Ken DeVore

on May 11, 2011
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[b]May 2011:[/b] Hired by the National Federation of Independent Business / California as their legislative director.

[b]2008-2011:[/b] Chief of staff to Republican Assemblyman Dan Logue.
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Aaron McLear

on May 10, 2011
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[b]May 2011:[/b] McLear launched, with Josh Ginsburg, the Ginsburg McLear Group, a new public affairs and strategic consulting firm. The firm is affiliated with Goddard Claussen West.

[b]Feb. 2, 2007 - 2010:[/b] Press secretary for Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

[b]Previously:[/b]

-- McLear was a regional press secretary for the Republican National Committee, where he was a spokesperson for media outlets in Ohio, Pennsylvania and the U.S. Northeast.

-- McLear served as assistant site manager of media logistics and planning for the 2005 Presidential Inaugural Committee

-- McLear was communications director for the 2004 Bush-Cheney Campaign in Ohio.

-- McLear served Ohio Governor Bob Taft as a legislative liaison, assistant press secretary and communications assistant.

McLear earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from the Ohio State University.

Source: http://gov.ca.gov/press-release/5317/
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Kam Kuwata

on April 11, 2011
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[b]April 11, 2011:[/b] Kuwata, 57, was found dead in his Venice beach condominium, according to the Sacramento Bee: http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2011/04/political-consultant-kam-kuwat.html

[b]2008:[/b] Kuwata served as the program director for the Obama campaign at the Democratic National Convention in Denver.

[b]2008:[/b] Campaign manager for the successful high speed rail bond measure on the California ballot.

[b]2004:[/b] Kuwata ran the statewide education bond (Proposition 55) campaign in California.

Kuwata ran California and Hawaii campaigns for Senators Alan Cranston, Dianne Feinstein, and Daniel Akaka.
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Kam Kuwata

on April 11, 2011
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[b]April 11, 2011:[/b] Kuwata, 57, was found dead in his Venice beach condominium, according to the Sacramento Bee: http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2011/04/political-consultant-kam-kuwat.html

[b]2008:[/b] Kuwata served as the program director for the Obama campaign at the Democratic National Convention in Denver.

[b]2008:[/b] Campaign manager for the successful high speed rail bond measure on the California ballot.

[b]2004:[/b] Kuwata ran the statewide education bond (Proposition 55) campaign in California.

Kuwat ran statewide campaigns in California and Hawaii, including campaigns for Senators Alan Cranston, Dianne Feinstein, and Daniel Akaka.
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Eve Grossman-Bukowski

on March 24, 2011
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[b]March 24, 2011:[/b] Hired as TechNet's California Executive Director, replacing Tim Valderrama who went to work for Senator Ed Hernandez.
http://www.bizjournals.com/sacramento/news/2011/03/24/technet-names-new-state-director.html
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Mark Ferron

on March 22, 2011
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[b]March 22, 2011:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown to the Public Utilities Commission.

[b]2001 - 2009:[/b] Chief operating officer for the Global Markets Division of Deutsche Bank in London. (started with Deutsche Bank in 1996)

[b]1994 - 1996:[/b] Vice president at Salomon Brothers
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Anna Caballero

on March 22, 2011
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[b]March 22, 2011:[/b] Caballero was appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown as Secretary of the State and Consumer Services Agency

[b]2006 - 2010:[/b] Assemblymember for California's 28th District.

[b]April 2-3, 2008:[/b] Caballero indicated briefly that she might run in the Special Election to recall and replace State Senator Jeff Denham in Senate District 12. Simon Salinas got in the race the next day and Caballero then declined to run.

[b]2000 - 2006:[/b] Served as executive director of Partners for Peace, a non-profit specializing in violence prevention work.

[b]1998 - 2006:[/b] Mayor of Salinas

[b]1991 - 1998:[/b] City Council Member for Salinas
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Anna Caballero

on March 22, 2011
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[b]March 22, 2011:[/b] Caballero was appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown as Secretary of the State and Consumer Services Agency

[b]2006 - 2010:[/b] Assemblymember for California's 28th District.

[b]April 2-3, 2008:[/b] Caballero indicated briefly that she might run in the Special Election to recall and replace State Senator Jeff Denham in Senate District 12. Simon Salinas got in the race the next day and Caballero then declined to run.

[b]2000 - 2006:[/b] the executive director of Partners for Peace, a non-profit specializing in violence prevention work.

[b]1998 - 2006:[/b] Mayor of Salinas

[b]1991 - 1998:[/b] City Council Member for Salinas
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Tim Valderrama

on March 21, 2011
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[b]2011:[/b] Hired as chief of staff for Senator Ed Hernandez.

[b]2006 - 2011:[/b] Executive director for Tech Net, California.
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Doug McNea

on March 20, 2011
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[b]March 19, 2011:[/b] Doug McNea, 64, died after collapsing while dancing at a California Republican convention post-party.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2011/03/gop-former-candidate-dies-afte.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert


McNea was a candidate in the 24th Assembly District 2010 Republican primary.

Campaign website: http://www.campaignsitebuilder.com/templates/displayfiles/tmpl49.asp?Trial=false&SiteID=2839&PageID=52736
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Doug McNea

on March 20, 2011
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[b]March 19, 2011:[/b] Doug McNea died after collapsing while dancing at a California Republican convention post-party.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2011/03/gop-former-candidate-dies-afte.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert


McNea was a candidate in the 24th Assembly District 2010 Republican primary.

Campaign website: http://www.campaignsitebuilder.com/templates/displayfiles/tmpl49.asp?Trial=false&SiteID=2839&PageID=52736
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Jeff Gorell

on March 18, 2011
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[b]March 18, 2011:[/b] Only 3 months after taking the oath of office for the 37th Assembly District, Gorell, a reserve U.S. Naval Officer, was deployed to Afghanistan for one year. In his absence, no votes can be cast in the California Legislature, nor can he collect his legislative salary.

Member, California State Assembly - 37th District.

Official State Assembly Website: http://arc.asm.ca.gov/member/37/?
Political Website: http://www.jeffgorell.org
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Kim Belshe

on March 8, 2011
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[b]March 2011:[/b] Belshe was hired as senior policy adviser for the Public Policy Institute of California ( PPIC ).
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2011/03/former-hhs-secretary-kim-belshe-joining-ppic.html

[b]January 2011:[/b] Belshe was appointed by outgoing governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to an unpaid position at the California Health Benefit Exchange. Source: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/01/04/MN761H3JEK.DTL

Appointed secretary of the California Health and Human Services Agency by Gov. Schwarzenegger in November 2003.

Former deputy secretary of the then-Health and Welfare Agency and director of the
Department of Health Services (Gov. Pete Wilson).

Former program director for The James Irvine Foundation, a multipurpose foundation dedicated to
expanding opportunities for the people of California.

Current Board member of the Great Valley Center, which is dedicated to promoting the sustainability of California’s Central Valley region.

A founding commissioner of the California
Children and Families Commission.

Holds a master's degree in public policy from Princeton University and a bachelor's degree in government from Harvard.
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Kim Belshe

on March 8, 2011
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[b]March 2011:[/b] Belshe was hired as senior policy adviser for the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC).
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2011/03/former-hhs-secretary-kim-belshe-joining-ppic.html

[b]January 2011:[/b] Belshe was appointed by outgoing governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to an unpaid position at the California Health Benefit Exchange. Source: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/01/04/MN761H3JEK.DTL

Appointed secretary of the California Health and Human Services Agency by Gov. Schwarzenegger in November 2003.

Former deputy secretary of the then-Health and Welfare Agency and director of the
Department of Health Services (Gov. Pete Wilson).

Former program director for The James Irvine Foundation, a multipurpose foundation dedicated to
expanding opportunities for the people of California.

Current Board member of the Great Valley Center, which is dedicated to promoting the sustainability of California’s Central Valley region.

A founding commissioner of the California
Children and Families Commission.

Holds a master's degree in public policy from Princeton University and a bachelor's degree in government from Harvard.
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Kim Belshe

on March 8, 2011
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[b]March 2011:[/b] Belshe was hired as senior policy adviser with the Public Policy Institute of California.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2011/03/former-hhs-secretary-kim-belshe-joining-ppic.html

[b]January 2011:[/b] Belshe was appointed by outgoing governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to an unpaid position at the California Health Benefit Exchange. Source: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/01/04/MN761H3JEK.DTL

Appointed secretary of the California Health and Human Services Agency by Gov. Schwarzenegger in November 2003.

Former deputy secretary of the then-Health and Welfare Agency and director of the
Department of Health Services (Gov. Pete Wilson).

Former program director for The James Irvine Foundation, a multipurpose foundation dedicated to
expanding opportunities for the people of California.

Current Board member of the Great Valley Center, which is dedicated to promoting the sustainability of California’s Central Valley region.

A founding commissioner of the California
Children and Families Commission.

Holds a master's degree in public policy from Princeton University and a bachelor's degree in government from Harvard.
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Beth Capell

on March 6, 2011
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[b]March, 2011:[/b] Hired to lobby for the United Nurses Assn. of California/Union of Health Care Professionals.
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Cindy Tuck

on March 2, 2011
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[b]March 2,2010:[/b] Chosen to be state legislative director for the Association of California Water Agencies.

http://www.acwa.com/news/state-legislation/acwa-selects-cindy-tuck-new-state-legislative-director

[b]2007 - 2011:[/b] Undersecretary of the California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal/EPA)

Previously served as Cal EPA’s assistant secretary for policy. She also served as a liaison to the State Water Resources Control Board and the Department of Pesticide Regulation.
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Lance Corcoran

on Feb. 28, 2011
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[b]February 27, 2011:[/b] Corcoran, 47, died at his home.
http://www.kcra.com/news/27028310/detail.html

[b]1991 - 2011[/b] Corcoran held a variety of roles as a union officer for the California Correctional Peace Officers Association, serving as director of legislative affairs, chief communications officer and executive vice president.

Before joining the union leadership, Corcoran was a guard at California Correctional Center, Susanville.
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Lance Corcoran

on Feb. 28, 2011
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[b]February 27, 2011:[/b] Corcoran, 47, died at his home.
http://www.kcra.com/news/27028310/detail.html

[b]1991 - 2011[/b] Corcoran held a variety of roles as a union officer for the state prison guards, serving as director of legislative affairs, chief communications officer and executive vice president.

Before joining the union leadership, Corcoran was a guard at California Correctional Center, Susanville.
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Lance Corcoran

on Feb. 28, 2011
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[b]February 27, 2011:[/b] Corcoran, 47, died at his home.
http://www.kcra.com/news/27028310/detail.html

[b]1991 - 2011[/b] Corcoran held a variety of roles as a union officer, serving as director of legislative affairs, chief communications officer and executive vice president.

Before joining the union leadership, Corcoran was a guard at California Correctional Center, Susanville.
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Chris Rizo

on Feb. 27, 2011
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California health care policy reporter for The Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), the legal and regulatory news service
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Allison Barnett

on Feb. 19, 2011
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[b]February, 2011:[/b] Hired as a lobbyist for the California Dental Association.

[b]2005 - 2011:[/b] Lobbyist for the California Building Industry Association.
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Kevin Kennedy

on Feb. 19, 2011
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[b]February, 2011:[/b] Hired by the World Resources Institute to run its U.S. Climate Initiative.
press release: http://www.wri.org/press/2011/02/press-release-world-resources-institute-names-kevin-kennedy-lead-us-climate-program

[b]2008 - 2011:[/b] Assistant Executive Officer in charge of the California Air Resources Board's Office of Climate Change, overseeing planning and policy elements in the implementation of the California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006.
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Allison Barnett

on Feb. 19, 2011
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[b]February, 20011:[/b] Hired as a lobbyist for the California Dental Association.

[b]2005 - 20011:[/b] Lobbyist for the California Building Industry Association.
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Jon Dickinson

on Feb. 19, 2011
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[b]February, 2011:[/b] Hired by HP as their California director of government affairs.

[b]2008 - 2011:[/b] Worked for the California Technology Agency, where he left as acting undersecretary.
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Eric Stein

on Feb. 19, 2011
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[b]February, 2011:[/b] Hired by Congresswoman Jackie Speier as her chief of staff.

[b]2008 - 2011:[/b] Assistant secretary of legislation, Department of Food and Agriculture

Previously worked for the Wine Institute
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Debra Bowen

on Feb. 15, 2011
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[b]February 15, 2011:[/b] Announced she would run in special election to fill Congressional District 36 seat, being vacated by retiring Congresswoman Jane Harman.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2011/02/debra-bowen-announces-bid-for.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert
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Janice Hahn

on Feb. 7, 2011
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[b]Feb. 7, 2011:[/b] Hahn announced that she would run for Congressional District 36, a seat that Congresswoman Jane Harman announced, earlier that day, she would be vacating.
http://janicehahn.com/news/578/

[b]Dec. 2009:[/b] Hahn announced her campaign to run in the 2010 Democratic primary for Calif. lieutenant governor. Campaign website: http://janicehahn.com/

[b]June 2001:[/b] Hahn won election to the 15th District of the Los Angeles City Council. In March 2009, Hahn won re-election to her third and final term.

Hahn is the daughter of the late Los Angeles County Supervisor Kenneth Hahn and the sister of former Los Angeles Mayor, James Hahn.

Biography: http://cd15.lacity.org/ABOUT_JANICE/BIO/
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Janice Hahn

on Feb. 7, 2011
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[b]Feb. 7, 2011:[/b] Hahn announced that she would run for Congressional District 36, a seat that Congresswoman Jane Harman announced, earlier that day, she would be vacating.

[b]Dec. 2009:[/b] Hahn announced her campaign to run in the 2010 Democratic primary for Calif. lieutenant governor. Campaign website: http://janicehahn.com/

[b]June 2001:[/b] Hahn won election to the 15th District of the Los Angeles City Council. In March 2009, Hahn won re-election to her third and final term.

Hahn is the daughter of the late Los Angeles County Supervisor Kenneth Hahn and the sister of former Los Angeles Mayor, James Hahn.

Biography: http://cd15.lacity.org/ABOUT_JANICE/BIO/
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Jane Harman

on Feb. 7, 2011
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[b]February 7, 2011:[/b] Harman Announced she would resign from Congress to be the next president of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=8c8bd96ef5eeb0ffcd394107eb2498a5
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Sherry Hodges

on Feb. 7, 2011
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[b]February 7, 2011:[/b] FlashReport and Barry Jantz indicates Hodges is likely to run for AD 74, where Assemblyman Martin Garrick will be termed out in 2012.
http://www.flashreport.org/blog.php?postID=2011020619331312
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Darrel Ng

on Feb. 1, 2011
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[b]February 1, 2011:[/b] Hired by Assembly Republican leader Connie Conway to be the Assembly Republican Caucus Communications Director.

[b]July 21, 2010:[/b] Meg Whitman's 2010 gubernatorial campaign announced that Ng will join that campaign's press team.

Previously, Ng was press secretary for the California Dept. of Insurance under Steve Poizner.

Previously, Ng was a spokesperson in the office of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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Darrel Ng

on Feb. 1, 2011
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[b]February 1, 2011:[/b] Hired as the Assembly Republican Caucus Communications Director.

[b]July 21, 2010:[/b] Meg Whitman's 2010 gubernatorial campaign announced that Ng will join that campaign's press team.

Previously, Ng was press secretary for the California Dept. of Insurance under Steve Poizner.

Previously, Ng was a spokesperson in the office of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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Nancy Ryan

on Jan. 21, 2011
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[b]Jan. 21, 2011:[/b] Ryan was removed from the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) as a Commissioner by Gov. Jerry Brown but appointed to the CPUC as the deputy executive director.

[b]Jan. 27, 2010:[/b] Ryan was appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the California Public Utilities Commission.

[b]2009-2010:[/b] Ryan served as deputy executive director for policy for the PUC.

[b]2006-2009:[/b] Ryan was chief of staff and chief energy advisor to President Michael R. Peevey.

[b]2001-2005:[/b] Ryan was a senior economist and California deputy regional director for the Environmental Defense Fund.

[b]2005:[/b] Ryan was deputy director for Ecosystems Program.

[b]1996-2007:[/b] Ryan was a visiting assistant professor for the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley.

[b]1997-2001:[/b] Ryan was an independent energy consultant for conservation groups, public agencies and electric utilities.

[b]1993-1996:[/b] Ryan worked for Quantum Consulting as a project manager.

[b]1987-1989:[/b] Ryan was an economic analyst for Quantum Consulting.

[b]1991-1993:[/b] Ryan was an assistant professor in the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration at the University of British Columbia.
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Michael Dillon

on Jan. 19, 2011
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[b]1973 - current:[/b] Owns Michael F. Dillon and Associates, an advocacy firm that lobbies for the California ski industry, sanitation Districts, libraries, veterinarians, low wealth school districts, and the San Joaquin County of Education.

[b]1968 - 1973:[/b] Lobbyist for Cal Tax, then for the California School Boards Association.
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Christina DiCaro

on Jan. 19, 2011
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[b]1994 - current:[/b] Lobbyist with Michael F. Dillon and Associates. Her clients include, but are not limited to, the California Veterinary Medical Assn., the California Library Assn., the Assn. of Low Wealth Schools, and others.

[b]January 13, 2011:[/b] DiCaro (formerly Christina Dillon) was elected President of the Institute for Governmental Advocates (Advocacy group for lobbyists), replacing Jack Gualco of the Gualco Group who led the association since 2008. http://www.californiaiga.org/
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Christina DiCaro

on Jan. 19, 2011
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[b]1992 - current:[/b] Lobbyist with Michael F. Dillon and Associates. Her clients include, but are not limited to, the California Veterinary Medical Assn., the California Library Assn., the Assn. of Low Wealth Schools, and others.

[b]January 13, 2011:[/b] DiCaro (formerly Christina Dillon) was elected President of the Institute for Governmental Advocates (Advocacy group for lobbyists), replacing Jack Gualco of the Gualco Group who led the association since 2007. http://www.californiaiga.org/
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Christina DiCaro

on Jan. 19, 2011
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[b]1992 - current:[/b] Lobbyist with Michael F. Dillon and Associates. Her clients include, but are not limited to, the California Veterinary Medical Assn., the California Library Assn., the Assn. of Low Wealth Schools, and others.

[b]January 14, 2011:[/b] DiCaro (formerly Christina Dillon) was elected President of the Institute for Governmental Advocates (Advocacy group for lobbyists), replacing Jack Gualco of the Gualco Group who led the association since 2007. http://www.californiaiga.org/
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Michael Dillon

on Jan. 19, 2011
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[b]1980 - current:[/b] Owns Michael F. Dillon and Associates, an advocacy firm that lobbies for the California ski industry, sanitation Districts, libraries, veterinarians, and low wealth school districts.
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Christina DiCaro

on Jan. 19, 2011
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[b]1992 - current:[/b] Lobbyist with Michael F. Dillon and Associates. Her clients include, but are not limited to, the California Veterinary Medical Assn., the California Library Assn., the Assn. of Low Wealth Schools, and others.

[b]January 14, 2011:[/b] DiCaro (formerly Christina Dillon) was elected President of the Institute for Governmental Advocates (Advocacy group for lobbyists), replacing Jack Gualco of the Gualco Group who led the association since 2007.
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Michael Cohen

on Jan. 13, 2011
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[b]January, 2011:[/b] Hired by Gov. Jerry Brown as California Department of Finance's Chief Deputy Director.

[b]2001 - 2011:[/b] Deputy legislative analyst for California's Legislative Analyst Office
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Karen Ross

on Jan. 12, 2011
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[b]January 11, 2011:[/b] Ross was appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown as Secretary of the California Department of Food and Agriculture.

[b]2010 - 2011:[/b] Chief Of Staff with the United States Department of Agriculture.

[b]1996 - 2009:[/b] President of the California Association of Winegrape Growers.


[b]1989 - 1996:[/b] Vice President of Government Relations for the Agricultural Council.

Ross served as a member of the California State Board of Food and Agriculture from 2001 to 2009.
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Karen Ross

on Jan. 12, 2011
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[b]January 11, 2011:[/b] Ross was appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown as Secretary of the California Department of Food and Agriculture.

[b]2010 - 2011:[/b] Chief Of Staff with the United States Department of Agriculture since 2010.

[b]1996 - 2009:[/b] President of the California Association of Winegrape Growers


[b]1989 - 1996:[/b] Vice President of Government Relations for the Agricultural Council

Ross served as a member of the California State Board of Food and Agriculture from 2001 to 2009.
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Diana Dooley

on Jan. 9, 2011
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[b]January, 2011:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown as Health and Human Services Secretary. Dooley was a confidant in Gov. Brown's first two Administrations.
http://www.sacbee.com/2011/01/09/3308251/an-old-brownie-takes-a-whiplash.html#mi_rss=Opinion
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Kimberly W. Stone

on Jan. 5, 2011
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[b]January, 2011:[/b] Hired as the President of the Civil Justice Association of California, replacing John Sullivan, who retired.
https://www.sacbee.com/capitolalert/status/22793666925957120

[b]August - December, 2010:[/b] Director of government affairs for Blue Shield California.

[b]2005 - August, 2010:[/b] Legislative director for the Civil Justice Association of California.
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Michael Shaw

on Jan. 4, 2011
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[b]January, 2011:[/b] Hired as the director of external affairs for the California Trucking Assn. He replaced Julie Sauls who left to be Senator Jean Fuller's chief of staff.

[b]2002 - January, 2011:[/b] Served as the legislative director for the National Federation of Independent Business/California.
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Michael Shaw

on Jan. 4, 2011
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[b]January, 2011:[/b] Hired as the Director of external affiars for the California Trucking Assn. He replaced Julie Sauls who left to be Senator Jean Fuller's chief of staff.

[b]2002 - January, 2011:[/b] Served as the legislative director for the National Federation of Independent Business/California.
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Julie Sauls

on Jan. 4, 2011
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[b]January, 2011:[/b] Hired to be Senator Jean Fuller's chief of staff.

[b]2006 - January, 2011:[/b] Director of external affairs for for the California Trucking Association

Former Chief of staff to the Assembly Republican Caucus
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Julie Sauls

on Jan. 4, 2011
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[bJanuary, 2011:[/b] Hired to be Assemblywoman Jean Fuller's chief of staff.

[b]2006 - January, 2011:[/b] Director of external affairs for for the California Trucking Association

Former Chief of staff to the Assembly Republican Caucus
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Michael Shaw

on Jan. 4, 2011
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[b]January, 2011:[/b] Hired as the Director of external affiars for the California Trucking Assn. He replaced Julie Sauls whe left to be Assemblywoman Jean Fuller's chief of staff.

[b]2002 - January, 2011:[/b] Served as the legislative director for the National Federation of Independent Business/California.
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Carole Migden

on Jan. 2, 2011
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[b]January 2, 2011:[/b] Appointed by outgoing Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Agriculture Labor Relations Board. Compensation is $128,109.
http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/16861/

[b]January, 2010:[/b] Migden lost her seat on the Integrated Waste Management Board, as the Board was abolished by legislation passed the previous fall, SB 63 (2009), by Senator Tony Strickland

[b]November, 2008 - 2009:[/b] Migden was appointed by outgoing Senate Pro Tem Don Perata to the state's Integrated Waste Management Board (http://www.ciwmb.ca.gov/)

[b]June 3, 2008:[/b] In the primary election for state Senate District 3, Migden lost to then-Assemblymember Mark Leno.

[b]March 25, 2008:[/b] The Fair Political Practices Commission and Ross Johnson filed a $9 million countersuit violating state campaign finance laws after Migden filed her own lawsuit against the FPPC.
( http://www.sacbee.com/111/story/812056.html )

[b]March 18, 2008:[/b] The Fair Political Practices Commission released details of the $350,000 fine levied against Migden and her campaign committees' managers. The 89 campaign spending and disclosure violations between 2003 and 2007, including illegal personal use of campaign funds, misrepresenting spending, soliciting donations prior to establishing campaign accounts, and failure to adequately disclose contributions and expenses.
The violations span Migden's time in the Senate and before that, the Assembly and Board of Equalization. Roger Sanders, who was Migden's treasurer, and Sanders' assistant, Eric Potashner, were also named. All three agreed to the fines.
Source: Fair Political Practices Commission(http://www.fppc.ca.gov/index.html?id=60)
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Carole Migden

on Jan. 2, 2011
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[b]January 2, 2011:[/b] Appointed by outgoing Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Agriculture Labor Relations Board. Compensation is $128,109.
http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/16861/

[b]January, 2010:[/b] Migden lost her seat on the Integrated Waste Management Board, as the Board was was abolished by legislation passed the previous fall, SB 63 (2009), by Senator Tony Strickland

[b]November, 2008 - 2009:[/b] Migden was appointed by outgoing Senate Pro Tem Don Perata to the state's Integrated Waste Management Board (http://www.ciwmb.ca.gov/)

[b]June 3, 2008:[/b] In the primary election for state Senate District 3, Migden lost to then-Assemblymember Mark Leno.

[b]March 25, 2008:[/b] The Fair Political Practices Commission and Ross Johnson filed a $9 million countersuit violating state campaign finance laws after Migden filed her own lawsuit against the FPPC.
( http://www.sacbee.com/111/story/812056.html )

[b]March 18, 2008:[/b] The Fair Political Practices Commission released details of the $350,000 fine levied against Migden and her campaign committees' managers. The 89 campaign spending and disclosure violations between 2003 and 2007, including illegal personal use of campaign funds, misrepresenting spending, soliciting donations prior to establishing campaign accounts, and failure to adequately disclose contributions and expenses.
The violations span Migden's time in the Senate and before that, the Assembly and Board of Equalization. Roger Sanders, who was Migden's treasurer, and Sanders' assistant, Eric Potashner, were also named. All three agreed to the fines.
Source: Fair Political Practices Commission(http://www.fppc.ca.gov/index.html?id=60)
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Roy Ashburn

on Jan. 2, 2011
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[b]January 2, 2011:[/b] Appointed by outgoing Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board. Compensation is $128,109.
http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/16862/

[b]March 8, 2010:[/b] Ashburn announced he is homosexual on Bakersfield conservative talk radio station KERN 1180 AM ( http://www.kernradio.com/ ). “I am gay," Ashburn said. "Those are the words that have been so difficult for me for so long. It is something that is personal, and I don’t believe I felt with my heart that being gay would affect how I do my job.” Ashburn's admission came amid rumors that he visited a Sacramento gay nightclub early March 3rd, the morning he was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving.
Recording of interview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Km0ETAAh3dg
Sources:
http://www.gaypolitics.com/2010/03/08/conservative-california-state-senator-comes-out/
http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/2010/03/sen-roy-ashburn.html

[b]March 3, 2010:[/b] Ashburn was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving and released later that morning. CHP booking photo: http://twitpic.com/16fcgd

[b]Dec. 2009:[/b] Announced that he was considering running for Congressional District 20, currently held by Jim Costa.
source: http://www.bakersfield.com/news/local/x113238635/Big-names-to-crowd-ballots

[b]Nov. 5, 2009[/b] Ashburn was appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education.
Governor's release: http://go.emaildirect.com/_p_ga4x2nq3yjfubuqxta4z68rxja4c2krxrgruzmtsta4v2nwfv6jlxqgv529zxnfra2kbxm9fr64xn7hfzlra_p_/trouble.htm

[b]2002:[/b] Ashburn won election in the 18th Senate District.

[b]1996 to 2002:[/b] Ashburn served in the 32nd state Assembly District.

[b]1984-1996:[/b] Ashburn served on the Kern County Board of Supervisors.

Ashburn has a degree in Public Administration from California State University, Bakersfield and attended College of the Sequoias in Visalia. He is a divorced father of four daughters.
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Michael Prosio

on Jan. 2, 2011
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[b]January 2, 2011:[/b] Appointed by outgoing Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Alcohol Beverage Controls Appeals Board. Compensation is $25,500.
http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/16861/

[b]2009 - December, 2010:[/b] Prosio served as legislative affairs secretary in the Office of Governor Schwarzenegger

[b]2006 - 2009:[/b] Prosio served as chief deputy legislative secretary in the Office of Governor Schwarzenegger
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Carole Migden

on Jan. 2, 2011
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[b]January 2, 2011:[/b] Appointed by outgoing Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Agriculture Labor Relations Board. Compensation is $128,109.
http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/16861/

[b]January, 2010:[/b] Migden lost her seat on the Integrated Waste Management Board, as it was abolished The Board was abolished by legislation passed the previous fall, SB 63 (2009), by Senator Tony Strickland

[b]November, 2008 - 2009:[/b] Migden was appointed by outgoing Senate Pro Tem Don Perata to the state's Integrated Waste Management Board (http://www.ciwmb.ca.gov/)

[b]June 3, 2008:[/b] In the primary election for state Senate District 3, Migden lost to then-Assemblymember Mark Leno.

[b]March 25, 2008:[/b] The Fair Political Practices Commission and Ross Johnson filed a $9 million countersuit violating state campaign finance laws after Migden filed her own lawsuit against the FPPC.
( http://www.sacbee.com/111/story/812056.html )

[b]March 18, 2008:[/b] The Fair Political Practices Commission released details of the $350,000 fine levied against Migden and her campaign committees' managers. The 89 campaign spending and disclosure violations between 2003 and 2007, including illegal personal use of campaign funds, misrepresenting spending, soliciting donations prior to establishing campaign accounts, and failure to adequately disclose contributions and expenses.
The violations span Migden's time in the Senate and before that, the Assembly and Board of Equalization. Roger Sanders, who was Migden's treasurer, and Sanders' assistant, Eric Potashner, were also named. All three agreed to the fines.
Source: Fair Political Practices Commission(http://www.fppc.ca.gov/index.html?id=60)
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Carole Migden

on Jan. 2, 2011
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[b]January 2, 2011:[/b] Appointed by outgoing Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Agriculture Labor Relations Board. Compensation is $128,109.
http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/16861/

[b]November, 2008 - 2009:[/b] Migden was appointed by outgoing Senate Pro Tem Don Perata to the state's Integrated Waste Management Board (http://www.ciwmb.ca.gov/)

[b]June 3, 2008:[/b] In the primary election for state Senate District 3, Migden lost to then-Assemblymember Mark Leno.

[b]March 25, 2008:[/b] The Fair Political Practices Commission and Ross Johnson filed a $9 million countersuit violating state campaign finance laws after Migden filed her own lawsuit against the FPPC.
( http://www.sacbee.com/111/story/812056.html )

[b]March 18, 2008:[/b] The Fair Political Practices Commission released details of the $350,000 fine levied against Migden and her campaign committees' managers. The 89 campaign spending and disclosure violations between 2003 and 2007, including illegal personal use of campaign funds, misrepresenting spending, soliciting donations prior to establishing campaign accounts, and failure to adequately disclose contributions and expenses.
The violations span Migden's time in the Senate and before that, the Assembly and Board of Equalization. Roger Sanders, who was Migden's treasurer, and Sanders' assistant, Eric Potashner, were also named. All three agreed to the fines.
Source: Fair Political Practices Commission(http://www.fppc.ca.gov/index.html?id=60)
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Carole Migden

on Jan. 2, 2011
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[b]January 2, 2011:[/b] Appointed by outgoing Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Agriculture Labor Relations Board. Compensation is $128,109.
http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/16861/

[b]November, 2008 - 2009:[/b] Migden was appointed by outgoing Senate Pro Tem Don Perata to a four-year term as a member of the state's Integrated Waste Management Board (http://www.ciwmb.ca.gov/)

[b]June 3, 2008:[/b] In the primary election for state Senate District 3, Migden lost to then-Assemblymember Mark Leno.

[b]March 25, 2008:[/b] The Fair Political Practices Commission and Ross Johnson filed a $9 million countersuit violating state campaign finance laws after Migden filed her own lawsuit against the FPPC.
( http://www.sacbee.com/111/story/812056.html )

[b]March 18, 2008:[/b] The Fair Political Practices Commission released details of the $350,000 fine levied against Migden and her campaign committees' managers. The 89 campaign spending and disclosure violations between 2003 and 2007, including illegal personal use of campaign funds, misrepresenting spending, soliciting donations prior to establishing campaign accounts, and failure to adequately disclose contributions and expenses.
The violations span Migden's time in the Senate and before that, the Assembly and Board of Equalization. Roger Sanders, who was Migden's treasurer, and Sanders' assistant, Eric Potashner, were also named. All three agreed to the fines.
Source: Fair Political Practices Commission(http://www.fppc.ca.gov/index.html?id=60)
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Carole Migden

on Jan. 2, 2011
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[b[January 2, 2011:[/b] Appointed by outgoing Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Agriculture Labor Relations Board. Compensation is $128,109.

[b]November, 2008 - 2009:[/b] Migden was appointed by outgoing Senate Pro Tem Don Perata to a four-year term as a member of the state's Integrated Waste Management Board (http://www.ciwmb.ca.gov/)

[b]June 3, 2008:[/b] In the primary election for state Senate District 3, Migden lost to then-Assemblymember Mark Leno.

[b]March 25, 2008:[/b] The Fair Political Practices Commission and Ross Johnson filed a $9 million countersuit violating state campaign finance laws after Migden filed her own lawsuit against the FPPC.
( http://www.sacbee.com/111/story/812056.html )

[b]March 18, 2008:[/b] The Fair Political Practices Commission released details of the $350,000 fine levied against Migden and her campaign committees' managers. The 89 campaign spending and disclosure violations between 2003 and 2007, including illegal personal use of campaign funds, misrepresenting spending, soliciting donations prior to establishing campaign accounts, and failure to adequately disclose contributions and expenses.
The violations span Migden's time in the Senate and before that, the Assembly and Board of Equalization. Roger Sanders, who was Migden's treasurer, and Sanders' assistant, Eric Potashner, were also named. All three agreed to the fines.
Source: Fair Political Practices Commission(http://www.fppc.ca.gov/index.html?id=60)
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Dennis Hollingsworth

on Jan. 2, 2011
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[b]Jan. 2, 2011:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board. Compensation is $128,109.
http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/16861/

[b]Feb. 18, 2009:[/b] State Senate Republicans elected Sen. Hollingsworth as Senate Minority Leader after removing Sen. David Cogdill from the position. Members of the caucus were unhappy with Cogdill's performance in the prolonged state budget negotiations.

[b]2005 - 2008:[/b] Hollingsworth served as vice chairman of the Senate Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review. On March 24, 2008 Hollingsworth stepped and was replaced Sen. Bob Dutton (R-SD31).
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Richard Costigan

on Dec. 16, 2010
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[b]December 10, 2010: [/b]Costigan was named to the State Personnel Board seat on CalPERS' Board of Administration

[b]June 4, 2009:[/b] Costigan was hired as deputy campaign manager for policy by Meg Whitman in her 2010 run for governor. http://www.megwhitman.com/

[b]2006-present[/b] Costigan is senior director of state and governmental affairs for campaign consulting firm Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP. http://www.manatt.com/attorneys.aspx?id=4435

[b]Feb 16, 2007:[/b] Costigan was appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the State Personnel Board. http://www.spb.ca.gov/about/board/members/costigan.htm

[b]2003 - 2006[/b] Costigan served as deputy chief of staff and legislative affairs secretary to Governor Schwarzenegger, where he was involved in all aspects of policy and legislative affairs.

[b]1996 to 2003[/b] Costigan served on the Placer County Civil Service Commission.

Source: http://gov.ca.gov/press-release/5450/

Costigan is a trustees of the California Museum: http://www.californiamuseum.org/about/board-member-profile/richard-s-costigan

[b]Links:[/b]
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/richardcostigan
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Jack Kyser

on Dec. 6, 2010
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[b]December 5, 2010:[/b] Kyser passed away at 76.
http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/afterword/2010/12/southern-california-economist-jack-kyser-dies-at-76.html


[b]June, 2010:[/b] Kyser told the LA Times that he will retitire and leave his post at the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation in July, 2010. After building the the LAEDC's economic research department, the organization named the center after Kyser.
http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-0615-kyser-20100615,0,3639836.story

[b]1991:[/b] Hired to run the LAEDC's economic research center.
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Richard Katz

on Nov. 17, 2010
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[b]November 17, 2010[/b] Announced he would resign from California's High-Speed Rail Authority panel, effective Dec 1, 2010. Katz will remain a board member of both the L.A County MTA and the Southern California Metrolink rail systems.
Source: http://www.sacbee.com/2010/11/17/3192191/calif-high-speed-rail-official.html
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John Kurzweil

on Nov. 16, 2010
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[b]November 9, 2010:[/b] Kurzweil passed away.
http://www.flashreport.org/featured-columns-library0b.php?faID=2010111610261913


[b]1990:[/b] Kurzweil formed the California Public Policy Foundation and started publishing the California Political Review

[b]1976 & 1980:[/b] Media writer and spokesman for Ronald Reagan for President.
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John Kurzweil

on Nov. 16, 2010
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[b]November 9, 2010:[/b] Kurzweil passed away.
http://www.flashreport.org/featured-columns-library0b.php?faID=2010111610261913


[b]1990:[/b] Kurzweil formed the California Public Policy Foundation and started .publishing the California Political Review

[b]1976 & 1980:[/b] Media writer and spokesman for Ronald Reagan for President.
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Nicolas Berggruen

on Nov. 14, 2010
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[b]October, 2010:[/b] Contributed $20 million to the "Think Long Committee for California", a group set up to deal with the state's dysfunctional government.
http://www.sacbee.com/2010/10/31/3146665/dan-walters-this-election-california.html

Founder and President of Berggruen Holdings, a private investment company

Founder and President of the Nicolas Berggruen Institute, a political think tank.

Berggruen is the son of famous art collector Heinz Berggruen, who created the Museum Berggruen in Berlin.
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John Ferrera

on Nov. 12, 2010
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[b]November, 2010:[/b] Ferrera was hired as Assemblyman Mike Gatto's chief of staff, as his former boss, Denise Ducheny was termed out of the Senate.

[b]2005 - 2010:[/b] Senator Denise Moreno Ducheny's chief of staff
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Nolice Edwards

on Nov. 11, 2010
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[b]November, 2010:[/b] Hired as SEIU's chief of Staff

[b]2004 - 2010:[/b] Assemblywoman Karen Bass' chief of staff
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Nolice Edwards

on Nov. 11, 2010
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[b]November, 2010:[b] Hired as SEIU's chief of Staff

[b]2004 - 2009:[b] Assemblywoman Karen Bass' chief of staff
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Darius Assemi

on Oct. 8, 2010
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[b]Oct 8, 2010:[/b] As part of the budget deal, and in the closing minutes of negotiations, Assemi was re-appointed by Gov. Schwarzenegger to the California Transportation Commission.

[b]2009:[/b] Promoted as President of Granville Homes

[b]2009:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the California Transportation Commission

[b]1983 - 2009:[/b] Vice President of Granville Homes
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Darius Assemi

on Oct. 8, 2010
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[b]Oct 8, 2010:[/b] As part of the 100-day budget negotiations, and in the closing minutes, Assemi was re-appointed by Gov. Schwarzenegger to the California Transportation Commission.

[b]2009:[/b] Promoted as President of Granville Homes

[b]2009:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the California Transportation Commission

[b]1983 - 2009:[/b] Vice President of Granville Homes
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Joe Shumate

on Oct. 1, 2010
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[b]October, 2010:[/b] Shumate passed away at his home in Sausalito.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2010/10/political-consultant-joe-shuma.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert

[b]1996:[/b] Helped direct Russian President Boris Yeltsin's re-election campaign.

[b]1991:[/b] Directed Governor Pete Wilson's redistricting effort.

Former deputy chief of staff to former California Gov. Pete Wilson
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Joe Shumate

on Oct. 1, 2010
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[b]October, 2010:[/b] Shumate passed away at his home in Sausalito.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2010/10/political-consultant-joe-shuma.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert

[b]1991:[/b] Directed Governor Pete Wilson's redistricting effort.

Former deputy chief of staff to former California Gov. Pete Wilson
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Joe Shumate

on Oct. 1, 2010
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[b]October, 2010:[/b] Shumate passed away at his home in Sausalito.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2010/10/political-consultant-joe-shuma.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert
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John Sullivan

on Sept. 27, 2010
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[b]Sept. 27, 2010:[/b] Sullivan announced his retirement as president of CJAC.
Sac Bee: http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2010/09/cjac-president-john-sullivan-a.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert

[b]1995:[/b] Hired to run the Civil Justice Assn. of CA (CJAC).
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John Sullivan

on Sept. 27, 2010
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[b]Sept. 27, 2010:[/b] Sullivan announced his retirement as president of CJAC.

[b]1995:[/b] Hired to run the Civil Justice Assn. of CA (CJAC).
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Kristin Olsen

on Sept. 23, 2010
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[b]2009:[/b] Re-elected to the Modesto City Council

[b]2005:[/b] Elected to Modesto City Council

Former press Secretary to Senator Tim Leslie.

campaign website: http://kristinolsen.org/
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Barbara Alby

on Sept. 17, 2010
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[b]September, 2010:[/b] Alby entered the race to fill SD 1, left vacant by Dave Cox, who passed away in July. Alby joined other Republican candidates Ted Gaines and Roger Niello.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2010/09/barbara-alby-jumps-in-1st-sena.html

Alby is the acting representative of the 2nd distrcit on the Board of Equalization and is running for that seat in 2010.
Campaign website: http://www.barbaraalby.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Barbara-Alby/143176353385

[b]March 8, 2010:[/b] Alby stepped in to fulfill the remaining term of the District 2 seat on the Board of Equalization after Bill Leonard accepted an appointment by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the state Consumer Services Agency. Previously Alby was Leonard's chief deputy. The move is a boost to Alby's 2010 campaign for the seat as she now will run as an acting board member.

[b]1993:[/b] Alby was elected to the State Assembly, representing the Sacramento area.

Alby hosts a show on the Sacramento Christian radio station KFIA AM 710. http://kfia.com/

Alby represents California on the Republican National Committee.

She is mother of five, grandmother of four and spouse of one.
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Barbara Alby

on Sept. 17, 2010
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[b]September, 2010:[/b] Alby entered the race to fill SD 1, left vacant by Dave Cox, who passed away in July. Alby joined other Republican candidate Ted Gaines and Roger Niello.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2010/09/barbara-alby-jumps-in-1st-sena.html

Alby is the acting representative of the 2nd distrcit on the Board of Equalization and is running for that seat in 2010.
Campaign website: http://www.barbaraalby.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Barbara-Alby/143176353385

[b]March 8, 2010:[/b] Alby stepped in to fulfill the remaining term of the District 2 seat on the Board of Equalization after Bill Leonard accepted an appointment by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the state Consumer Services Agency. Previously Alby was Leonard's chief deputy. The move is a boost to Alby's 2010 campaign for the seat as she now will run as an acting board member.

[b]1993:[/b] Alby was elected to the State Assembly, representing the Sacramento area.

Alby hosts a show on the Sacramento Christian radio station KFIA AM 710. http://kfia.com/

Alby represents California on the Republican National Committee.

She is mother of five, grandmother of four and spouse of one.
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Barbara Alby

on Sept. 17, 2010
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[b]September, 2010:[/b] Alby entered the race to fill SD 5, left vacant by Dave Cox, who passed away in July. Alby joined other Republican candidate Ted Gaines and Roger Niello.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2010/09/barbara-alby-jumps-in-1st-sena.html

Alby is the acting representative of the 2nd distrcit on the Board of Equalization and is running for that seat in 2010.
Campaign website: http://www.barbaraalby.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Barbara-Alby/143176353385

[b]March 8, 2010:[/b] Alby stepped in to fulfill the remaining term of the District 2 seat on the Board of Equalization after Bill Leonard accepted an appointment by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the state Consumer Services Agency. Previously Alby was Leonard's chief deputy. The move is a boost to Alby's 2010 campaign for the seat as she now will run as an acting board member.

[b]1993:[/b] Alby was elected to the State Assembly, representing the Sacramento area.

Alby hosts a show on the Sacramento Christian radio station KFIA AM 710. http://kfia.com/

Alby represents California on the Republican National Committee.

She is mother of five, grandmother of four and spouse of one.
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Todd Spitzer

on Aug. 29, 2010
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[b]August, 2010[/b] Fired as Orange County Assistant District Attorney. OC DA Tony Rauckauckus said he fired him because of the way he handled an information request with the county Public Administrator/Public Guardian Office.
http://www.ocregister.com/news/spitzer-264143-rackauckas-county.html

Spitzer maintains a personal blog here: http://www.toddspitzerblog.org/
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Kevin Spillane

on Aug. 26, 2010
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[b]2010:[/b] Campaign consultant for Steve Cooley for Attorney General campaign.

[b]2008:[/b] Spokesman for the campaign against Proposition 5.

[b]2007-08:[/b] Spokesman for the campaign against Proposition 93, the term-limits initiative on the February 2008 ballot.
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Mattie Fein

on Aug. 25, 2010
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[b]August, 2010:[/b] Fein gets creative with her political advertising in her race against Congresswoman Jane Harman. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUKHWnpsOL8&feature=player_embedded


[b]Nov. 11, 2009:[/b] Fein announced her intention to run in the 2010 36th Congressional District Republican primary. Campaign website: http://www.mattiefein.com/

Fein is married to Bruce Fein, a prominent conservative attorney.
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Dorothy Rothrock

on Aug. 25, 2010
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[b]August, 2010:[/b] Appointed by FPPC Chairman Dan Schnur to his Advisory Task Force -- a 25-member panel to revamp the state's campaign finance laws.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2010/08/fppc-names.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert

[b]February, 2000 - present:[/b] Vice President of Government Relations for the CA Manufacturers & Technology Assn. (Association's energy lobbyist before being promoted to VP)

Formerly consulted on energy and telecommunications regulatory issues for industrial energy users, policy advocates, and economic research firms.

Began her career at Portland General Corporation as an attorney, moving to management positions in commercial operations, public affairs and power marketing prior to relocating to California in 1990.
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Jeannine English

on Aug. 25, 2010
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[b]August, 2010:[/b] Appointed by FPPC Chairman Dan Schnur to his Advisory Task Force -- a 25-member panel to revamp the state's campaign finance laws.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2010/08/fppc-names.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert
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Fred Keeley

on Aug. 25, 2010
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[b]August, 2010:[/b] Appointed by FPPC Chairman Dan Schnur to his Advisory Task Force -- a 25-member panel to revamp the state's campaign finance laws.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2010/08/fppc-names.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert

[b]Dec. 2008-present[/b] Keeley is a commissioner on the Commission on the 21st Century Economy. Keeley was appointed by the legislature. Commission bio: http://www.cotce.ca.gov/commissioners/fred_keeley/

[b]2005-present:[/b] Keeley is treasurer of Santa Cruz County.

-- Keeley is a member of the Board of Directors of the California League of Conservation Voters.
-- Keeley serves on the Board of Directors of Planned Parenthood Advocates for California and Nevada.
-- Keeley is co-chair of the Voices of Reform Project of the Commonwealth Club of California.

[b]1996-2002:[/b] Keeley served as a state Assemblymember in California's 27th District.

[b]Links:[/b]
Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Keeley
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Fred Keeley

on Aug. 25, 2010
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August, 2010: Appointed by FPPC Chairman Dan Schnur to his Advisory Task Force -- a 25-member panel to revamp the state's campaign finance laws.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2010/08/fppc-names.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert

[b]Dec. 2008-present[/b] Keeley is a commissioner on the Commission on the 21st Century Economy. Keeley was appointed by the legislature. Commission bio: http://www.cotce.ca.gov/commissioners/fred_keeley/

[b]2005-present:[/b] Keeley is treasurer of Santa Cruz County.

-- Keeley is a member of the Board of Directors of the California League of Conservation Voters.
-- Keeley serves on the Board of Directors of Planned Parenthood Advocates for California and Nevada.
-- Keeley is co-chair of the Voices of Reform Project of the Commonwealth Club of California.

[b]1996-2002:[/b] Keeley served as a state Assemblymember in California's 27th District.

[b]Links:[/b]
Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Keeley
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Jeannine English

on Aug. 25, 2010
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August, 2010: Appointed by FPPC Chairman Dan Schnur to his Advisory Task Force -- a 25-member panel to revamp the state's campaign finance laws.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2010/08/fppc-names.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert
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Darius Anderson

on Aug. 25, 2010
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[b]August, 2010:[/b] Appointed by FPPC Chairman Dan Schnur to his Advisory Task Force -- a 25-member panel to revamp the state's campaign finance laws.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2010/08/fppc-names.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert
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Darius Anderson

on Aug. 25, 2010
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[b]August, 2010:[/b] Appointed by FPPC Chairman Dan Schnur to his Advisory Task Force -- a 25-member panel to revamp the state's campaign finance laws.
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Robert Stern

on Aug. 25, 2010
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[b]August, 2010:[/b] Appointed by FPPC Chairman Dan Schnur to Co-Chair a 25-member panel to revamp the state's campaign finance laws.
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Charles H. Bell

on Aug. 25, 2010
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[b]August, 2010:[/b] Appointed by FPPC Chairman Dan Schnur to Co-Chair a 25-member panel to revamp the state's campaign finance laws.

Partner in the law firm Bell, McAndrews & Hiltachk
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Kimberly W. Stone

on Aug. 25, 2010
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[b]August, 2010:[/b] Hired as the director of government affairs for Blue Shield California.

[b]2005 - August, 2010:[/b] Legislative director for the Civil Justice Association of California.
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Katherine Pettibone

on Aug. 25, 2010
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[b]August, 2010:[/b] Hired to be the legislative director for the Civil Justic Association of California, replacing Kim Stone who left to work for Blue Shield.

[b]March, 2008 - August, 2010:[/b] Senior legislative analyst in the Governor's Office of Planning and Research.
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Damon Dunn

on Aug. 19, 2010
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[b]August 15, 2010:[/b] Fox News profiles Damon Dunn: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJ-YMEDHr5k

[b]2000 - present:[/b] Land developer

Former Stanford University football star (1995 - 1998) running for Secretary of State in 2010
LA Times: http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-cap24-2009dec24,0,611441.column

[b]1999-2000:[/b] played in the NFL with the Cleveland Browns and New York Jets


Campaign website: http://www.damondunn.com/
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Damon Dunn

on Aug. 19, 2010
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[b]August 15, 2010:[/b] Fox News profiles Damon Dunn: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJ-YMEDHr5k

Former Stanford University football star (1995 - 1998) running for Secretary of State in 2010
LA Times: http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-cap24-2009dec24,0,611441.column

[b]1999-2000:[/b] played in the NFL with the Cleveland Browns and New York Jets


Campaign website: http://www.damondunn.com/
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Linda Ackerman

on Aug. 12, 2010
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[b]August 12, 2010:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board.
http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/15788/

[b]November 17, 2009:[/b] Ackerman got 19% of the vote and lost in special election primary to Chris Norby who received 37% of the vote.

[b]October, 2009:[/b] Ackerman officially gets in race to fill Mike Duvall's AD 72 seat in Nov. 17 special election.

Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Fullerton-CA/Linda-Ackerman/152748484812

[b]Sept. 10, 2009:[/b] The Orange County Register reports that Ackerman is considering a run for the Assembly seat vacated by Michael Duvall. Duvall resigned Sept. 9 amid a sex scandal. Source: http://www.totalcapitol.com/?news_id=2441422&redirect=http://totalbuzz.freedomblogging.com/2009/09/10/linda-ackerman-eyes-duvalls-assembly-seat/21501/

[b]2008:[/b] Hired as director of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California

Linda Ackerman is the wife of former state Senate Republican leader Dick Ackerman who represented Senate District 33 from 2000 to 2008 after representing Assembly District 72 from 1995 to 2000.
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Linda Ackerman

on Aug. 12, 2010
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[b]August 12, 2010:[/b] Appointed to the Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board.
http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/15788/

[b]November 17, 2009:[/b] Ackerman got 19% of the vote and lost in special election primary to Chris Norby who received 37% of the vote.

[b]October, 2009:[/b] Ackerman officially gets in race to fill Mike Duvall's AD 72 seat in Nov. 17 special election.

Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Fullerton-CA/Linda-Ackerman/152748484812

[b]Sept. 10, 2009:[/b] The Orange County Register reports that Ackerman is considering a run for the Assembly seat vacated by Michael Duvall. Duvall resigned Sept. 9 amid a sex scandal. Source: http://www.totalcapitol.com/?news_id=2441422&redirect=http://totalbuzz.freedomblogging.com/2009/09/10/linda-ackerman-eyes-duvalls-assembly-seat/21501/

[b]2008:[/b] Hired as director of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California

Linda Ackerman is the wife of former state Senate Republican leader Dick Ackerman who represented Senate District 33 from 2000 to 2008 after representing Assembly District 72 from 1995 to 2000.
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Linda Ackerman

on Aug. 12, 2010
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[b]August 12, 2010:[/b] Appointed to the Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board.
http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/15788/

[b]November 17, 2009:[/b] Ackerman got 19% of the vote and lost in special election primary to Chris Norby who received 37% of the vote.

[b]October, 2009:[/b] Ackerman officially gets in race to fill Mike Duvall's AD 72 seat in Nov. 17 special election.

Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Fullerton-CA/Linda-Ackerman/152748484812

[b]Sept. 10, 2009:[/b] The Orange County Register reports that Ackerman is considering a run for the Assembly seat vacated by Michael Duvall. Duvall resigned Sept. 9 amid a sex scandal. Source: http://www.totalcapitol.com/?news_id=2441422&redirect=http://totalbuzz.freedomblogging.com/2009/09/10/linda-ackerman-eyes-duvalls-assembly-seat/21501/

Linda Ackerman is the wife of former state Senate Republican leader Dick Ackerman who represented Senate District 33 from 2000 to 2008 after representing Assembly District 72 from 1995 to 2000.
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Linda Ackerman

on Aug. 12, 2010
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[b]August 12, 2010:[/b] Appointed to the Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board.

[b]November 17, 2009:[/b] Ackerman got 19% of the vote and lost in special election primary to Chris Norby who received 37% of the vote.

[b]October, 2009:[/b] Ackerman officially gets in race to fill Mike Duvall's AD 72 seat in Nov. 17 special election.

Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Fullerton-CA/Linda-Ackerman/152748484812

[b]Sept. 10, 2009:[/b] The Orange County Register reports that Ackerman is considering a run for the Assembly seat vacated by Michael Duvall. Duvall resigned Sept. 9 amid a sex scandal. Source: http://www.totalcapitol.com/?news_id=2441422&redirect=http://totalbuzz.freedomblogging.com/2009/09/10/linda-ackerman-eyes-duvalls-assembly-seat/21501/

Linda Ackerman is the wife of former state Senate Republican leader Dick Ackerman who represented Senate District 33 from 2000 to 2008 after representing Assembly District 72 from 1995 to 2000.
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Richard Woonacott

on Aug. 12, 2010
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[b]August 12, 2010:[/b] Appointed deputy director of legislative and policy review for the Department of Consumer Affairs.

[b]2008 - August, 2010:[/b] Served as deputy director of legislative and external affairs at the California State Lottery.

[b]2006 - 2008:[/b] Legislative aide to Assemblyman Jim Beall.

[b]2006:[/b] Woonacott was deputy chief of staff for state assemblywoman Rebecca Cohn.
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Richard Woonacott

on Aug. 12, 2010
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[b]August 12, 2010:[/b] Appointed deputy director of legislative and policy review for the Department of Consumer Affairs.

[b]2008 - August, 2010:[/b] Served as deputy director of legislative and external affairs at the California State Lottery.

[b]2006:[/b] Woonacott was deputy chief of staff for state assemblywoman Rebecca Cohn.
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Tim Hodson

on Aug. 11, 2010
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[b]August 11, 2010:[/b] Hodson sent e-mail to Capitol staffers stating that he had been diagnosed with prostate cancer that had spread to his brain. Hodson stated there was exploratory surgery forthcoming to understand the extent.
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2010/08/veteran-staffer-tim-hodson-bat.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert

Executive director for Center for California Studies at Sacramento State University
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Maxine Waters

on Aug. 10, 2010
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[b]August 9, 2010: [/b] House Ethics Committee releases report stating that 10-term Congresswoman Waters allegedly broke House conduct rules for her role helping a minority-owned bank obtain federal bailout money during the financial collapse in September 2008.
http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/maxine-waters-faces-ethics-charges/story?id=11360810

[b]1991: [/b] Elected to Congress (CD 35), filling the seat left vacant by retiring Representative Augustus Hawkins.

[b]1976-1990:[/b] California State Assemblymember
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Maxine Waters

on Aug. 10, 2010
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[b]August 9, 2010: [/b] House Ethics Committee releases reportstating that 10-term Congresswoman Waters allegedly broke House conduct rules for her role helping a minority-owned bank obtain federal bailout money during the financial collapse in September 2008.
http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/maxine-waters-faces-ethics-charges/story?id=11360810

[b]1991: [/b] Elected to Congress (CD 35), filling the seat left vacant by retiring Representative Augustus Hawkins.

[b]1976-1990:[/b] California State Assemblymember
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J'aime Rosales

on Aug. 5, 2010
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[b]August, 2010[/b] Promoted as Assemblyman Van Tran's Chief of staff, replacing Paul Hegyi, who left to lobby for the CA Medical Association.
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Paul G. Hegyi

on Aug. 5, 2010
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[b]August, 2010:[/b] Hired as a lobbyist for the CA Medical Association, replacing Brett Michelin, who left the association to return to the Capitol as Senator Sam Aanestad's chief of staff.

[b]2008 - August, 2010:[/b] Assemblyman Van Tran's chief of staff.

[b]June, 2010:[/b] Hegyi shows knack for poker, placing 32nd in a field of 4,100 at Poker World Series in Las Vegas: http://www.capitolweekly.net/article.php?xid=yvtwtdfmyyxmbx (Paul is keeping day job)


[b]2008:[/b] Hegyi was a candidate in the 10th Assembly District Republican primary and lost to Jack Sieglock.

[b]Previously:[/b]
Hegyi worked for the consulting firm Johnson/Clark
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Paul G. Hegyi

on Aug. 5, 2010
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[b]August, 2010:[/b] Hired as a lobbyist for the CA Medical Association, replacing Brett Michelin, who left the association to return to the Capitol as Senator Sam Aanestad's chief of staff.

[b]June, 2010:[/b] Hegyi shows knack for poker, placing 32nd in a field of 4,100 at Poker World Series in Las Vegas: http://www.capitolweekly.net/article.php?xid=yvtwtdfmyyxmbx (Paul is keeping day job)


[b]2008:[/b] Hegyi was a candidate in the 10th Assembly District Republican primary and lost to Jack Sieglock.

[b]Previously:[/b]
Hegyi worked for the consulting firm Johnson/Clark
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James Spencer

on July 29, 2010
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[b]2009:[/b] Founded publicCEO.com, the state's primary outlet devoted to the news of California's local governments. Spencer is the online publication's editor and key writer.
http://publicceo.com

Spencer worked previously in the Sacramento Bee's new media department and in the Sacramento River Cats' media relations department.
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Scott Plotkin

on July 24, 2010
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[b]July 23, 2010:[/b] Plotkin retired after Sacramento's KCRA NBC affiliate reported on his one-year CSBA salary increase from $352k to $540k and his use of a CSBA credit card to obtain $11k in cash at area casinos.
http://www.kcra.com/politics/24376755/detail.html

[b]2001:[/b] Hired as the executive director of the California School Boards Association.

[b]1996 - 2001:[/b] Chief consultant to the Senate Committee on Education.

Also served as the Director of the Office of Governmental Affairs of the 23-campus California State University system during his tenure on the Education Committee.
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Scott Plotkin

on July 21, 2010
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[b]2001:[/b] Hired as the executive director of the California School Boards Association.

[b]1996 - 2001:[/b] Chief consultant to the Senate Committee on Education.

Also served as the Director of the Office of Governmental Affairs of the 23-campus California State University system during his tenure on the Education Committee.
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Mark Reeder

on July 16, 2010
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[b]2010:[/b] Hired as Sen. Mark Wyland's chief of staff

[b]2004 - 2010:[/b] Chief of staff for Sen. Sam Aanestad.
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Brett Michelin

on July 16, 2010
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[b]July, 2010:[/b] Hired for his second stint as Sen. Sam Aanestad's chief of staff, replacing Mark Reeder who left to work for Sen. Mark Wyland as his chief of staff.

[b]2004 - 2010:[/b] Lobbyist for the California Medical Association

[b]2000 - 2004:[/b] Chief of staff for Senator (and Assemblyman) Sam Aanestad
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David Pacheco

on July 14, 2010
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[b]July 14, 2010:[/b] Named California AARP's new president, replacing Jeannine English who left for the organization's national board.
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John Doherty

on July 13, 2010
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[b]July, 2010:[/b] Hired as Vice President of State Government Affairs for UnitedHealth Group

[b]2004 - 2010:[/b] Assemblyman Alberto Torrico's chief of staff
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Nancy Sidhu

on July 12, 2010
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[b]July 12, 2010:[/b] Took over as the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation's chief economist, after long-time economist Jack Kyser retired.
press release: http://www.laedc.org/newsroom/releases/2010/100615_JackKyserRetirement.pdf
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Nancy Sidhu

on July 12, 2010
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[b]July 12, 2010:[\b] Took over as the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation's chief economist, after long-time economist Jack Kyser retired.
press release: http://www.laedc.org/newsroom/releases/2010/100615_JackKyserRetirement.pdf
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Lucille Kring

on July 11, 2010
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[b]May, 2010:[/b] Political analyst Allan Hoffenblum on this SD 34 race btwn. Kring and Correa: [i]If the Republicans are to pick up a senate seat this year, it would most likely be in SD34, held by Democrat Lou Correa. Correa won this seat in 2006 by narrowly defeating then Assembly Member Lynn Daucher 50.2% - 49%. His Republican challenger this year will be Lucille Kring, an attorney and member of the Anaheim City Council. But it must be noted that GOP voter registration has dropped six points since the 2006 race, while Democratic registration increased 3 points. [/i]
http://www.foxandhoundsdaily.com/blog/allan-hoffenblum/6938-2010-election-preview-%E2%80%93-potential-november-targets


[b]March 2009:[/b] Kring announces she is likely to jump into the race for the 34th Senate District.

[b]2006:[/b] Re-elected to Anaheim City Council after four year hiatus.

[b]1998-2002:[/b] City Council Member for the City of Anaheim

Kring practices labor, employment contract and real estate law.

campaign Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lucille-Kring-Candidate-for-California-State-Senate-34th-District/130810806940999
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Lucille Kring

on July 11, 2010
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[b]March 2009:[/b] Kring announces she is likely to jump into the race for the 34th Senate District.

[b]2006:[/b] Re-elected to Anaheim City Council after four year hiatus.

[b]1998-2002:[/b] City Council Member for the City of Anaheim

Kring practices labor, employment contract and real estate law.

campaign Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lucille-Kring-Candidate-for-California-State-Senate-34th-District/130810806940999

[b]May, 2010:[/b] Political analyst Alan Hoffenblum on this SD 34 race: [i]If the Republicans are to pick up a senate seat this year, it would most likely be in SD34, held by Democrat Lou Correa. Correa won this seat in 2006 by narrowly defeating then Assembly Member Lynn Daucher 50.2% - 49%. His Republican challenger this year will be Lucille Kring, an attorney and member of the Anaheim City Council. But it must be noted that GOP voter registration has dropped six points since the 2006 race, while Democratic registration increased 3 points. [/i]
http://www.foxandhoundsdaily.com/blog/allan-hoffenblum/6938-2010-election-preview-%E2%80%93-potential-november-targets
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Lucille Kring

on July 11, 2010
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[b]March 2009:[/b] Kring announces she is likely to jump into the race for the 34th Senate District.

[b]2006:[/b] Re-elected to Anaheim City Council after four year hiatus.

[b]1998-2002:[/b] City Council Member for the City of Anaheim

Kring practices labor, employment contract and real estate law.

campaign Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lucille-Kring-Candidate-for-California-State-Senate-34th-District/130810806940999

Political analyst Alan Hoffenblum on this race: [i]If the Republicans are to pick up a senate seat this year, it would most likely be in SD34, held by Democrat Lou Correa. Correa won this seat in 2006 by narrowly defeating then Assembly Member Lyn Daucher 50.2% - 49%. His Republican challenger this year will be LUCILLE KRING, an attorney and member of the Anaheim City Council. But it must be noted that GOP voter registration has dropped six points since the 2006 race, while Democratic registration increased 3 points. [/i]
http://www.foxandhoundsdaily.com/blog/allan-hoffenblum/6938-2010-election-preview-%E2%80%93-potential-november-targets
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Lucille Kring

on July 11, 2010
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[b]March 2009:[/b] Kring announces she is likely to jump into the race for the 34th Senate District.

[b]2006:[/b] Re-elected to Anaheim City Council after four year hiatus.

[b]1998-2002:[/b] City Council Member for the City of Anaheim

Kring practices labor, employment contract and real estate law.

campaign Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lucille-Kring-Candidate-for-California-State-Senate-34th-District/130810806940999
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Lucille Kring

on July 11, 2010
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[b]March 2009:[/b] Kring announces she is likely to jump into the race for the 34th Senate District.

[b]2006:[/b] Re-elected to Anaheim City Council after four year hiatus.

[b]19982002:[/b] City Council Member for the City of Anaheim

Kring practices labor, employment contract and real estate law.

campaign Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lucille-Kring-Candidate-for-California-State-Senate-34th-District/130810806940999
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Matt Rexroad

on July 7, 2010
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Rexroad is a Yolo County supervisor and a political consultant.

[b]2010:[/b] Rexroad is running Republican candidate campaigns for Andrew Pugno (AD 5), Jean Fuller (SD 18) and Tim Thiesen (SD 16).

[b]2008:[/b] Rexroad was a consultant for Proposition 11, which changed the state's redistricting laws and created the California Citizens Redistricting Commission.

[b]November 2006:[/b] Rexroad was elected District 3 supervisor in Yolo County. http://www.yolocounty.org/Index.aspx?page=326

Rexroad co-owns political consulting firm Meridian Pacific, Inc. with John Peschong and Tom Ross.

[b]Links:[/b]
Personal blog website: http://www.rexroad.com/
LinkedIn page: http://www.linkedin.com/in/rexroad
Meridian Pacific, Inc.: http://www.meridianhq.com/
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Matt Rexroad

on July 7, 2010
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Rexroad is a Yolo County supervisor and a political consultant.

[b]2010:[/b] Rexroad is running Republican candidate campaigns for Andrew Pugno (AD 5), Jean Fuller (SD 18) and Tim Thiesen (SD 16).

[b]2008:[/b] Rexroad was a consultant for Proposition 11, which changed the state's redistricting laws and created the California Citizens Redistricting Commission.

[b]November 2006:[/b] Rexroad was elected District 3 supervisor in Yolo County. http://www.yolocounty.org/Index.aspx?page=326

Rexroad co-owns political consulting firm Meridian Pacific, Inc.

[b]Links:[/b]
Personal blog website: http://www.rexroad.com/
LinkedIn page: http://www.linkedin.com/in/rexroad
Meridian Pacific, Inc.: http://www.meridianhq.com/
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Matt Rexroad

on July 7, 2010
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Rexroad is a Yolo County supervisor and a political consultant.

[b]2010:[/b] Rexroad is running Republican candidate campaigns for Andrew Pugno (AD 5), Jean Fuller (SD 18) and Tim Thiesen (SD 16).

[b]2008:[/b] Rexroad was a consultant for Proposition 11, which changed the state's redistricting laws.

[b]November 2006:[/b] Rexroad was elected District 3 supervisor in Yolo County. http://www.yolocounty.org/Index.aspx?page=326

Rexroad co-owns political consulting firm Meridian Pacific, Inc.

[b]Links:[/b]
Personal blog website: http://www.rexroad.com/
LinkedIn page: http://www.linkedin.com/in/rexroad
Meridian Pacific, Inc.: http://www.meridianhq.com/
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Matt Rexroad

on July 7, 2010
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Rexroad is a Yolo County supervisor and a political consultant.

[b]2008:[/b] Rexroad was a consultant for Proposition 11, which changed the state's redistricting laws.

[b]November 2006:[/b] Rexroad was elected District 3 supervisor in Yolo County. http://www.yolocounty.org/Index.aspx?page=326

Rexroad co-owns political consulting firm Meridian Pacific, Inc.

[b]Links:[/b]
Personal blog website: http://www.rexroad.com/
LinkedIn page: http://www.linkedin.com/in/rexroad
Meridian Pacific, Inc.: http://www.meridianhq.com/
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Annie Rothrock

on July 7, 2010
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[b]2009:[/b] Hired as an Account executive at Meridian Pacific, a political consulting firm run by Matt Rexroad, John Peschong and Tom Ross
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Alex Vassar

on July 7, 2010
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[b]2010:[/b] Wrote and released the [i]California Legislative Sourcebook 2010[/i], a representational history of California's 120 legislative districts.

Vassar also runs the One Voter Project: http://www.electionvolunteer.com/about
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Alex Vassar

on July 7, 2010
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[b]2010:[/b] Wrote and released the [i]California Legislative Sourcebook 2010[/i], a representational history of California's 120 legislative districts.
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Lloyd Levine

on June 30, 2010
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[b]2010:[/b] As a political consultant Levine does work for Poker Voters of America, a pro-gambling group that supports legal internet poker in California. http://www.pokervoters.com/

Levine owns Filament Strategies http://filamentstrategies.com/

MySpace page: http://www.myspace.com/lloydlevine

Levine served for four years as legislative director to former Assemblymember John Longville

Levine's father is political consultant Larry Levine

Levine is married to Edie Lambert, a TV anchorwoman for NBC's Sacramento affiliate KCRA.
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Lloyd Levine

on June 30, 2010
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[b]2010:[/b] As a political consultant Levine does work for Poker Voters of America, a pro-gambling group that supports legal internet poker in California. http://www.pokervoters.com/

MySpace page: http://www.myspace.com/lloydlevine

Levine served for four years as legislative director to former Assemblymember John Longville

Levine's father is political consultant Larry Levine

Levine is married to Edie Lambert, a TV anchorwoman for NBC's Sacramento affiliate KCRA.
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William Gonzalez

on June 21, 2010
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[b]2010:[/b] Hired as Facebook's first California state lobbyist.
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Jack Kyser

on June 18, 2010
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[b]June, 2010:[/b] Kyser told the LA Times that he will retitire and leave his post at the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation in July, 2010. After building the the LAEDC's economic research department, the organization named the center after Kyser.
http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-0615-kyser-20100615,0,3639836.story

[b]1991:[/b] Hired to run the LAEDC's economic research center.
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Jack Kyser

on June 18, 2010
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[b]June, 2010:[/b] Kyser told the LA Times that he will retitire and leave his post at the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation in July, 2010. After building the the LAEDC's economic research department the organization named the center after Kyser.
http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-0615-kyser-20100615,0,3639836.story

[b]1991:[/b] Hired to run the LAEDC's economic research center.
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Dave Cox

on June 9, 2010
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[b]November, 2004:[/b] Elected to State Senate District 1 after three terms in the Assembly.

[b]2003:[/b] Member of Newly elected Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's transition team after the recall of Gov. Gray Davis.

[b]2001 - 2004:[/b] Assembly Republican Leader.

[b]November, 1998:[/b] Elected to State Assembly District 5.

[b]1992[/b] Elected to the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors.
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Brian Fitzgerald

on June 9, 2010
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[b]1994 - present:[/b] Attorney with the CA Dept. of Insurance.

Campaign page on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Brian-FitzGerald-for-Insurance-Commissioner/113743461971411
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Brian Fitzgerald

on June 9, 2010
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[b]1994 - present[/b] Attorney with the CA Dept. of Insurance.

Campaign page on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Brian-FitzGerald-for-Insurance-Commissioner/113743461971411
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Ronny Santana

on June 8, 2010
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Endorsements for Santana's 2010 race for Congress:

AnyStreet.org
Conservative Freshman Coalition
SVARW - Silicon Valley Association of Republican Women
Republican Liberty Caucus of California
Daily Post - Palo Alto
My Liberty
Election Forum
Bay Area GOP
Friends to Elect Conservatives in 2010


[b]2008:[/b] Congressional Candidate for CD 14

Former Public Safety Commissioner - City of Saratoga

Business Owner

www.RonnySantana.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ronny-Santana-for-Congress/321903124308
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Ronny Santana

on June 8, 2010
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Endorsements for Santana's 2010 race for Congress:

AnyStreet.org
Conservative Freshman Coalition
SVARW - Silicon Valley Association of Republican Women
Republican Liberty Caucus of California
Daily Post - Palo Alto
My Liberty
Election Forum
Bay Area GOP
Friends to Elect Conservatives in 2010

[b]2008[/b] Congressional Candidate for CD 14

Former Public Safety Commissioner - City of Saratoga

Business Owner

www.RonnySantana.com
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Ronny Santana

on June 8, 2010
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endorsements for Santana's 2010 race for COngress:
AnyStreet.org
Conservative Freshman Coalition
SVARW - Silicon Valley Association of Republican Women
Republican Liberty Caucus of California
Daily Post - Palo Alto
My Liberty
Election Forum
Bay Area GOP
Friends to Elect Conservatives in 2010

[b]2008[/b] Congressional Candidate for CD 14

Former Public Safety Commissioner - City of Saratoga

Business Owner

www.RonnySantana.com
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Ronny Santana

on June 8, 2010
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Endorsements

AnyStreet.org
Conservative Freshman Coalition
SVARW - Silicon Valley Association of Republican Women
Republican Liberty Caucus of California
Daily Post - Palo Alto
My Liberty
Election Forum
Bay Area GOP
Friends to Elect Conservatives in 2010
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Paul G. Hegyi

on June 2, 2010
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[b]June, 2010:[/b] Hegyi shows knack for poker, placing 32nd in a field of 4,100 at Poker World Series in Las Vegas: http://www.capitolweekly.net/article.php?xid=yvtwtdfmyyxmbx (Paul is keeping day job)

[b]2009:[/b] Hegyi is currently the top Republican candidate in the race to replace Alyson Huber in the 10th Assembly District in 2010.

[b]2008:[/b] Hegyi was a candidate in the 10th Assembly District Republican primary and lost to Jack Sieglock.

[b]Previously:[/b]
Hegyi worked for the consulting firm Johnson/Clark
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Lance Christensen

on May 25, 2010
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[b]2005 - 2008:[/b]Legislative Director for then State Senator Tom McClintock
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Ronny Santana

on May 25, 2010
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Endorsements

Republican Liberty Caucus of California
Conservative Freshman Coalition
Silicon Valley Association of Republican Women
Any Street
Palo Alto Daily POST
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Nathan Barankin

on May 22, 2010
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[b]2010:[/b] Communications director for Darrell Steinberg
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Jay C. Hansen

on May 22, 2010
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[b]May, 2010:[/b] Hired as the California Medical Association's chief strategy officer.

[b]1999 - 2010:[/b] Lobbyist for the State Building and Construction Trades Council.
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Nhien Barros

on May 19, 2010
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[b]2005 - 2008:[/b] Vice President (formerly Director) of Marketing & Communications for the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC)

[b]2002-2005:[/b] Co-owned Renaissance Malibu, a private health care center located in Malibu, CA.
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Nhien Barros

on May 19, 2010
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[b]2008:[/b] Hired as Vice President of Marketing & Communications for the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation

[b]2004-2007:[/b] Co-owned Renaissance Malibu, a private health care center located in Malibu, CA.
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Rob Finley

on May 16, 2010
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[b]May, 2010:[/b] Hired as managing director for the Shaw, Yoder, Antwih lobbying firm. Will be running the firm's association management functions.

[b]2000 - 2010:[/b] Senior VP of operations for the California Restaurant Association.

[b]1995:[/b] Worked on the Wilson for President campaign.
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Rob Finley

on May 16, 2010
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[b]May, 2010:[/b] Hired as managing director for the Shaw, Yoder, Antwih lobbying firm. Will be running the firm's association management functions.

[b]2000 - 2010:[/b] Senior VP of operations for the California Restaurant Association.
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Rob Finley

on May 16, 2010
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[b]May, 2010:[/b] Hired as managing director for the Shaw, Yoder, Antwih lobbying firm. Will be running the firms association management functions.

[b]2000 - 2010:[/b] Senior VP of operations for the California Restaurant Association.
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Joe Arellano

on May 15, 2010
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[b]May, 2010:[/b] Hired as Vice President of Communications for the Bay Area Council

[b]2006 - 2010:[/b] Spokesman for SF Mayor Gavin Newsom

[b]2004 - 2006:[/b] District representative for State Senator Jackie Speier
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Joe Arellano

on May 15, 2010
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[b]May, 2010:[/] Hired as Vice President of Communications for the Bay Area Council

[b]2006 - 2010:[/b] Spokesman for SF Mayor Gavin Newsom

[b]2004 - 2006:[/b] District representative for State Senator Jackie Speier
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Colin Maynard

on May 14, 2010
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[b]2010:[/b] Maynard served as communications director for then-state Senator Abel Maldonado.
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Marcy Winograd

on May 4, 2010
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[b]1994 - present:[/b] High School teacher in the Los Angeles Unified School District (Currently on leave to run Congressional campaign in CD 36 against incumbent Jane Harman)

[b]2004:[/b] Ran unsuccessfully in CD 36 against incumbent Jane Harman.

President of Progressive Democrats of America (Los Angeles chapter)

Co-founder of L.A. Jews for Peace


Campaign website: http://www.winogradforcongress.com
Campaign Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/WinogradForCongress
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Marcy Winograd

on May 4, 2010
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[b]1994 - present[/b] High School teacher in the Los Angeles Unified School District (Currently on leave to run Congressional campaign in CD 36 against incumbent Jane Harman)

President of Progressive Democrats of America (Los Angeles chapter)

Co-founder of L.A. Jews for Peace


Campaign website: http://www.winogradforcongress.com
Campaign Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/WinogradForCongress
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Toni Atkins

on May 2, 2010
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[b]2000 - 2008:[/b] San Diego City Councilmember

Campaign website: http://atkinsforassembly.com/
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Toni Atkins

on May 2, 2010
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[b]2000 - 2008:[/b] Sand Diego City Councilmember

Campaign website: http://atkinsforassembly.com/
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Susan Bonilla

on May 2, 2010
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[b]Nov, 2006:[/b] Elected to Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors.

[b]2000 - 2006:[/b] Sat on Concord City Council

Campaign website: http://www.susanbonilla.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Susan-Bonilla/314014784519
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Edgar Saenz

on May 2, 2010
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[b]2003[/b] Saenz was appointed by Rep. Maxine Waters to be her first field representative to Westchester, Del Rey, Playa del Rey, Playa Vista, and LAX.

Campaign website: http://edgarsaenz.com/
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Christina Billeci

on April 30, 2010
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[b]2000 - present:[/b] Billeci serves on the Marysville city council (Vice-Mayor).

[b]1979 - 2009:[/b] Served with the Yuba County Public Guardian's office.

3rd Assembly District campaign website: http://www.christinabilleciforassembly.com
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Michael Harrington

on April 30, 2010
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President of Central Labor Council of Butte and Glenn Counties

Navy veteran

Former PG&E foreman
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James Nielsen

on April 30, 2010
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[b]2008:[/b] Elected to state Assembly (AD 2)

[b]1991 - 2000:[/b] Served as Deputy Commissioner of the Board of Prison Terms

[b]1990:[/b] Defeated by Mike Thompson before he could serve fourth term in state Senate.

[b]1978 - 1990:[/b] Served in state Senate, serving as Senate Republican Leader from 1983 to 1987.

-- Chairman of the California Alliance to Protect Private Property Rights


Campaign website: http://nielsenforassembly.com/
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James Nielson

on April 30, 2010
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[b]2008:[/b] Elected to state Assembly (AD 2)

[b]1991 - 2000:[/b] Served as Chairman of the Board of Prison Terms

[b]1990:[/b] Defeated by Mike Thompson before he could serve fourth term in state Senate.

[b]1978 - 1990:[/b] Served in state Senate, serving as Senate Republican Leader from 1983 to 1987.
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Wesley Chesbro

on April 30, 2010
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[b]2008:[/b] Elected to state Assembly (AD 1)

[b]2006 - 2008:[/b] After being termed out of the state Senate, Chesbro served second stint on the CA Waste Management Board.

[b]1998:[/b] Chesbro was elected to the State Senate (SD 2)

[b]1990:[/b] Appointed to sit on the CA Integrated Waste Management Board by then-Governor George Deukmejian

[b]1980 - 1990:[/b] served on the Humboldt County Board of Supervisor

[b]1974 - 1980:[/b] member of Arcata City Council
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Wesley Chesbro

on April 30, 2010
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[b]2008:[/b] Elected to state Assembly (AD 1)

[b]2006 - 2008:[/b] After being termed out of the state Senate, Chesbro served second stint on the CA Waste Management Board.

[b]1998:[/b] Chesbro was elected to the State Senate (SD 2)

[b]1990:[/b] Appointed to sit on the CA Integrated Waste Management Board by then-Governor George Deukmejian

[b]1980 - 1990:[/b] served on the Humboldt County Board of Supervisor


[b]1974 - 1980:[/b] member of Arcata City Council
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Karen Brooks

on April 30, 2010
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[b]2009 - 2010:[/b] Leader of the Humboldt County Tea Party Patriots.
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Christopher J. Salabaj

on April 27, 2010
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[b]April 27, 2010:[/b] Salabaj reports endorsements from the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association and the Humane League of Voters in his race for Assembly District 55.
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Christopher J. Salabaj

on April 27, 2010
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[b]April 27, 2010:[/b] Salabaj reports endorsements from the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association and the Humane League of Voters
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Christopher J. Salabaj

on April 27, 2010
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[b]Endorsements:[/b]
The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association
The Humane League of Voters
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James Shelby

on April 27, 2010
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[b]April, 2010:[/b] Shelby dropped out of race for AD 5 after being appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Gambling Control Commission. He also resigned his seat on the Citrus Heights City Council.
Gov's Appointment release: http://gov.ca.gov/press-release/14928/


[b]2007:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Schwarzenegger to the state Workforce Investment Board

[b]1996:[/b] Elected to Citrus Heights City Council
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James Shelby

on April 27, 2010
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[b]April, 2010:[/] Shelby dropped out of race for AD 5 after being appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Gambling Control Commission. He also resigned his seat on the Citrus Heights City Council.
Gov's Appointment release: http://gov.ca.gov/press-release/14928/


[b]2007:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Schwarzenegger to the state Workforce Investment Board

[b]1996:[/b] Elected to Citrus Heights City Council
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Margo Reid Brown

on April 21, 2010
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[b]April 21, 2010:[/b] Reid Brown was appointed by Gov. Schwarzenegger as director for the Department of Resources, Recycling and Recovery, where she served as acting director since January, 2010.
http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/14928/

[b]Feb. 27, 2009:[/b] Reid Brown was reappointed by Gov. Schwarzenegger to the Integrated Waste Management Board.
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Margo Reid Brown

on April 21, 2010
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[b]April 21, 2010:[/b] Reid Brown was appointed by Gov. Schwarzenegger as director for the Department of Resources, Recycling and Recovery, where she served as acting director since January, 2010.

[b]Feb. 27, 2009:[/b] Reid Brown was reappointed by Gov. Schwarzenegger to the Integrated Waste Management Board.
Governor's press release:
Margo Reid Brown, 45, of Sacramento, has been reappointed to the Integrated Waste Management Board. She has served as chair of the board since 2006. Brown previously served as director of scheduling for the Office of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger from 2004 to 2006 and was the founder and president of Capitol Ideas Development Corporation from 2002 to 2004. From 1999 to 2000, she served as president of the Junior League of Sacramento and, from 1991 to 1999, Brown was the director of scheduling for Office of Governor Pete Wilson. This position requires Senate confirmation and the compensation is $132,179. Brown is a Republican.
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Greg Aghazarian

on April 21, 2010
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[b]April21, 2010:[/b] Aghazarian was appointed deputy secretary for legislation and special assistant to the secretary for the Department of Food and Agriculture.
http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/14928/

[b]Jan. 20, 2009:[/b] Aghazarian was appointed to the Worker's Compensation Appeals Board by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. The position requires Senate confirmation and the compensation is $128,109.

[b]2002-2008:[/b] Aghazarian represented the 26th District in the California State Assembly.

[b]1997-2002:[/b] Aghazarian owned the Law Offices of Gregory G. Aghazarian.

[b]1993-1996:[/b] Aghazarian worked for the law Offices of David R. LeBeouf.

He earned a Juris Doctorate degree from University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law and a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration for the University of Southern California in 1986.
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Greg Aghazarian

on April 21, 2010
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[b]April21, 2010:[/b] Aghazarian was appointed deputy secretary for legislation and special assistant to the secretary for the Department of Food and Agriculture.

[b]Jan. 20, 2009:[/b] Aghazarian was appointed to the Worker's Compensation Appeals Board by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. The position requires Senate confirmation and the compensation is $128,109.

[b]2002-2008:[/b] Aghazarian represented the 26th District in the California State Assembly.

[b]1997-2002:[/b] Aghazarian owned the Law Offices of Gregory G. Aghazarian.

[b]1993-1996:[/b] Aghazarian worked for the law Offices of David R. LeBeouf.

He earned a Juris Doctorate degree from University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law and a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration for the University of Southern California in 1986.
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Ross Johnson

on April 14, 2010
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[b]April 14, 2010:[/b] Stating health reasons, Johnson announced his resignation as Chairman of the California Fair Political Practices Commission. To be effective April 30, 2010.
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Ross Johnson

on April 14, 2010
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[b]April 14, 2010:[/b] Stating health reasons, Johnson announced his resignation from the Fair Political Practices Commission. To be effective April 30, 2010.
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Sarah Pompei

on April 11, 2010
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[b]2010:[/b] Pompei is spokeswoman for the Meg Whitman for Governor campaign

[b]2007-08:[/b] Pompei was deputy communications director for Mitt Romney's campaign for the Republican nomination for president.

[b]2006:[/b] Pompei was a spokesperson for the California Republican Party.
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Tucker Bounds

on April 11, 2010
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[b]2010:[/b] Spokesman for Meg Whitman for Governor campaign
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Bill Lucia

on April 8, 2010
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[b]April 7, 2010:[/b] Lucia took over as President of EdVoice, a coalition for California education reforms. Lucia had previously been the group's COO and Policy director, and succeeds Rae Belisle, who resigned for health reasons.
http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/2010/04/bill-lucia-take.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert
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Bill Lucia

on April 7, 2010
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[b]April 7, 2010:[/b] Took over as President of EdVoice, a coalition for California education reforms. Lucia had previously been the group's COO and Policy director.
http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/2010/04/bill-lucia-take.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert
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Eduardo Martinez

on April 7, 2010
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[b]April 9, 2009:[/b] Hired as State Senator Leland Yee's legislative director.

[b]2006 - 2009:[/b] Legislative aide for State Assemblyman Anthony Portantino
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Herb Schultz

on April 7, 2010
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[b]Apr. 6, 2010:[/b] Hired as regional director for the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, under the Obama Administration. His replacement for Dir. of the California Recovery Task Force (Stimulus Czar) is yet to be announced.
Source: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/california-politics/2010/04/herb-schultz-goes-from-schwarzenegger-to-obama-administration.html

[b]Jan. 19, 2010:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger as Director of the California Recovery Task Force.
Press Release: http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/14233/

[b]2008:[/b] Senior advisor to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

[b]2006 - 2008[/b] Senior health policy advisor in the Office of the Governor.

[b]2001 - 2005:[/b] Vice president of government programs for McKesson Health Solutions.
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Daniel Conway

on April 3, 2010
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[b]April 1, 2010:[/b] Hired as Communications director for the California Restaurant Association

[b]2007 - 2010: [/b] Public relations specialist at Kahl Pownall Public Affairs
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Barry Nestande

on March 25, 2010
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[b]March 19, 2010:[/b] Nestande, 49, passed away suddenly from a heart attack.

Long-time chief of staff to Senator John Benoit.
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Barry Nestande

on March 25, 2010
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[b]March 19, 2010:[/b] Nestande, 49, Passed away suddenly from a heart attack.

Long-time chief of staff to Senator John Benoit.
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Dawn Koepke

on March 22, 2010
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[b]March 17, 2010:[/b] Testifies on Green Chemistry at Assembly Environmental Safety & Toxic Materials Committee:
Part 1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXcbQ4tUHLc
Part 2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUXz9RttxgY

[b]2003:[/b] Hired with McHugh and Associates

Bio: http://www.mchughgr.com/ourteam/dawnsanderskoepke.html
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Dawn Koepke

on March 22, 2010
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[b]March 17, 2010:[/b] Testifies on Green Chemistry at Assembly Environmental Quality & Toxics Committee:
Part 1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXcbQ4tUHLc
Part 2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUXz9RttxgY

[b]2003:[/b] Hired with McHugh and Associates

Bio: http://www.mchughgr.com/ourteam/dawnsanderskoepke.html
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Dawn Koepke

on March 22, 2010
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[b]March 17, 2010:[/b] Testimony on Green Chemistry at Senate Environmental Quality Committee:
Part 1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXcbQ4tUHLc
Part 2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUXz9RttxgY

[b]2003:[/b] Hired with McHugh and Associates

Bio: http://www.mchughgr.com/ourteam/dawnsanderskoepke.html
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Hank Lacayo

on March 17, 2010
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Significant player in democratic races.

Former United Auto Workers political director.
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Tan Nguyen

on March 16, 2010
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[b]November, 2006:[/b] Lost race for CD 47 to Democrat Loretta Sanchez.
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Quang Pham

on March 16, 2010
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[b]March, 2010:[/b] Dropped out of race for Congressional District 47
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Van Tran

on March 16, 2010
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Van Tran

on March 16, 2010
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[b]March, 2010:[/b] Dropped out of race for Congressional District 47
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Ted W. Lieu

on March 16, 2010
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Endorsements:
Senator Lois Wolk
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Dean Florez

on March 13, 2010
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[b]March 12, 2010:[/b] Florez dropped his 2010 bid for the Democratic nomination for the California lieutenant governor. He announced he would endorse Gavin Newsom who filed to run for the office the same day. Florez is termed out of his SD 16 seat in 2010.

[b]Links: [/b]
Website: http://www.deanflorez.com/
Twitter: http://twitter.com/deanflorez
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/9/756/60
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Andrew Pugno

on March 12, 2010
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[b]Endorsements:[/b]
Assm. Roger Niello
Assm. Ted Gaines
Assm. Dan Logue
Sen. George Runner
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Andrew Pugno

on March 12, 2010
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[b]March 2010:[/b] Termed out Assemblyman Roger Niello endorsed Pugno for the June Primary to fill AD 5.
Source: http://newsblaze.com/story/20100303194843zzzz.nb/topstory.html

Pugno is the chief attorney for www.ProtectMarriage.com, the leading group behind 2008's Proposition 8 campaign to ban gay marriage.

[b]June 2009:[/b] Pugno filed to run in contest for 5th Assembly District. Pugno's campaign website: http://www.andypugno.com/

Before starting his own firm http://www.pugnolaw.com/ , Pugno practiced law with a downtown Sacramento law firm and served as an assistant city attorney for several Sacramento-area cities.

[b]2000:[/b] Served as the chief attorney for the committee in favor of Proposition 22, sponsored by Knight, which defined marriage as being only between a man and a woman.

[b]1995:[/b] At the age of 22, Pugno worked for Assemblyman Pete Knight.
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Robert Howell

on March 12, 2010
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[b]March, 2010:[/b] Howell took out papers to run for AD 37, a seat being vacated by termed out Assemblywoman Audra Strickland.
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Larry Pegram

on March 12, 2010
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[b]March, 2010:[/b] Pegram dropped out of the race fro CD 11
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Mark Leno

on March 7, 2010
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[b]March 6, 2010: [/b]The SF Chronicle announced that Leno was pondering a run for San Francisco Mayor in 2012.
http://feeds.sfgate.com/click.phdo?i=d537f572ff2be8f187ba0ea11b66d1a0
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Tony Strickland

on March 5, 2010
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[b]March 5, 2010:[/b] Strickland announced he would run for State Controller in 2010.
Source: http://www.flashreport.org/commentary0b.php?postID=2010030503294524&authID=2005081622025042&post_offsetP=0

[b]2008: [/b]State co-chair, with Sen. Dick Ackerman, of Mitt Romney's California leadership team.

[b]2008: [/b] Elected to Senate District 19

[b]1998 - 2004[/b] Served in Assembly District 37, a seat now held by his wife Audra Strickland.
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Tony Strickland

on March 5, 2010
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[b]March 5, 2010:[/b] Strickland announced he would run for State Controller in 2010.
Source: http://www.flashreport.org/commentary0b.php?postID=2010030503294524&authID=2005081622025042&post_offsetP=0

State co-chair, with Sen. Dick Ackerman, of Mitt Romney's California leadership team.

Strickland is married to Audra Strickland.
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Tony Strickland

on March 5, 2010
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[b]March 5, 2010:[/b] Striclkland announced he would run for State Controller in 2010.
Source: http://www.flashreport.org/commentary0b.php?postID=2010030503294524&authID=2005081622025042&post_offsetP=0

State co-chair, with Sen. Dick Ackerman, of Mitt Romney's California leadership team.

Strickland is married to Audra Strickland.
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Anthony Riley

on Feb. 26, 2010
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[b]Feb., 2010:[/b] Riley filed a Statement of Intent to run for AD 59 after incumbent Anthony Adams said he would not run for re-election.
Source: http://www.californiatargetbook.com/hs022510.htm

[b]2008:[/b] Riley was elected to the Hesperia USCD Board of Education.

Riley is a former actor and a former staffer for the chair of the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors.
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Anthony Riley

on Feb. 26, 2010
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[b]Feb., 2010:[/b] Riley filed a Statement of Intent to run for AD 59 after incumbent Anthony Adams said he would not run for re-election.

[b]2008:[/b] Riley was elected to the Hesperia USCD Board of Education.

Riley is a former actor and a former staffer for the chair of the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors.
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John Eisenhut

on Feb. 26, 2010
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[b]Feb., 2010:[/b] Eisenhut announced he would not run again for AD 26. Eisenhut lost to Bill Berryhill in the same race in 2008.
Source: http://www.californiatargetbook.com/hs022510.htm

Eisenhut is an almond farmer from Turlock.
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John Eisenhut

on Feb. 26, 2010
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[b]Feb., 2010:[/b] Eisenhut announced he would not run again for AD 26. Eisenhut lost to Tom Berryhill in the same race in 2008.
Source: http://www.californiatargetbook.com/hs022510.htm

Eisenhut is an almond farmer from Turlock.
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John Eisenhut

on Feb. 26, 2010
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Eisenhut announced he would not run again for AD 26. Eisenhut lost to Tom Berryhill in the same race in 2008.
Source: http://www.californiatargetbook.com/hs022510.htm

Eisenhut is an almond farmer from Turlock.
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Cathleen Galgiani

on Feb. 26, 2010
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[b]Feb. 25, 2010:[/b] Mentioned by the Target Book as a potential contender for SD 12 for perhaps the Democrats' biggest chance to pick up another Senate seat in 2010. SD 12 is being vacated by Sen. Jeff Denham


Previously was chief of staff to Asemblymember Barbara Matthews
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Anthony Cannella

on Feb. 26, 2010
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[b]2007:[/b] Re-elected as Ceres Mayor

[b]2005:[/b] Elected as Ceres Mayor

[b]2003:[/b] Elected to the Ceres City Council

campaign website: www.AnthonyCannella.com

Anthony Cannella is the son of former Assemblyman Sal Canella who served in AD's 26 & 27 from 1990 to 1996.
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Bonnie Reiss

on Feb. 23, 2010
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[b]Feb. 23, 2010:[/b] Appointed as Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's Secretary of Education.
Press release: http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/14494/

[b]2007 - Feb., 2010:[/b] Served as operating advisor to Pegasus Capital Advisors, a private equity firm.

[b]2003 - 2007:[/b] Served as senior advisor to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, advising the Gov. on all major policy initiatives, including education, the environment and children's issues.
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Bonnie Reiss

on Feb. 23, 2010
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[b]Feb. 23, 2010:[/b] Appointed as Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's Secretary of Education.
Press release: http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/14494/

[b]2007 - Feb., 2010:[/b] Served as operating advisor to Pegasus Capital Advisors, a private equity firm.


[b]2003 - 2007:[/b] Served as senior advisor to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, advising the Gov. on all major policy initiatives, including education, the environment and children's issues.
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Richard Pan

on Feb. 22, 2010
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[b]Feb. 22, 2010:[/b] Controller John Chiang endorsed Pan for Assembly District 5
Source: http://www.camajorityreport.com/index.php?module=articles&func=display&ptid=9&aid=4144

Associate Professor of Pediatrics, UC Davis
Founder and Director, Communities and Physicians Together
Chair, Healthy Kids Healthy Future
Board of Directors, United Way California Capital Region
Past-President, Sierra Sacramento Valley Medical Society
American Leadership Forum Fellow
California Health Care Foundation Health Care Leadership Fellow

Help Dr. Richard Pan at panforassembly.com.
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Richard Pan

on Feb. 22, 2010
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[b]Feb. 22, 2010[/b] Controller John Chiang endorsed Pan for Assembly District 5
Source: http://www.camajorityreport.com/index.php?module=articles&func=display&ptid=9&aid=4144

Associate Professor of Pediatrics, UC Davis
Founder and Director, Communities and Physicians Together
Chair, Healthy Kids Healthy Future
Board of Directors, United Way California Capital Region
Past-President, Sierra Sacramento Valley Medical Society
American Leadership Forum Fellow
California Health Care Foundation Health Care Leadership Fellow

Help Dr. Richard Pan at panforassembly.com.
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Susan Jordan

on Feb. 22, 2010
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[b]Feb. 22, 2010:[/b] Former Speaker Karen Bass endorsed Susan Jordan in the Assembly District 35 primary.
Source: http://www.camajorityreport.com/index.php?module=articles&func=display&ptid=9&aid=4144

[b]2009:[/b] Jordan entered the 2010 Democratic primary race for the 35th Assembly District. Campaign website: http://www.jordan4assembly.com/

Jordan is married to Pedro Nava.
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Mike Eggers

on Feb. 20, 2010
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[b]Feb. 16, 2010:[/b] Passed away from a heart attack at the age of 60.
http://www.ocregister.com/news/eggers-234822-point-dana.html

Long-time Dana Point City Councilman.

Managed write-in congressional election of Ron Packard.
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Mike Eggers

on Feb. 17, 2010
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[b]Feb. 16, 2010:[/b] Passed away. Source FlashReport: http://twitter.com/flashreport

Long-time Dana Point City Councilman.

Managed write-in congressional election of Ron Packard.
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Nayiri Nahabenian

on Feb. 15, 2010
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[b]Feb. 11, 2010[/b] Nahabenian reportedly raised $100k for the April 13 special Election to fill AD 43, a seat vacated by Paul Krekorian who was elected to Los Angeles City COuncil.
Source: http://www.californiatargetbook.com/hs021010.htm
Campaign website: http://www.votenayiri.com/
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Stephanie Campbell

on Feb. 15, 2010
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[b]Feb., 2010[/b] Announced she will run for AD 30. Campbell previously ran for the seat as a Democrat in 2006 but pulled out before the Primary. The seat is being vacated by Republican Assemblyman Danny Gilmore.
Source: http://www.californiatargetbook.com/hs021010.htm
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Diane Watson

on Feb. 15, 2010
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[b]Feb., 2010:[/b] Announced that she would not seek re-election to Congress in 2010. Early rumors say Assemblywoman Karen Bass might run for the seat.
Source: http://www.californiatargetbook.com/hs021010.htm
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John Frith

on Feb. 15, 2010
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[b]Feb. 11, 2010:[/b] Hired as director of communications and research for the Civil Justice Association of California

[b]2001 - Feb., 2010:[/b] Vice president of government affairs for the California Building Industry Association
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Alisso Ko

on Feb. 15, 2010
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[b]Feb. 11, 2010[/b] Hired as deputy PAC director for the Consumer Attorneys of California

Ko is President of the California Young Democrats

Ko was apolitical organizer for SEIU Local 1000
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John Frith

on Feb. 15, 2010
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[b]Feb. 11, 2010:[b] Hired as director of communications and research for the Civil Justice Association of California

[b]2001 - Feb., 2010:[/b] Vice president of government affairs for the California Building Industry Association
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Diane Watson

on Feb. 15, 2010
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[b]Feb., 2010:[/b] Announced that she would not seek re-election to Congress in 2010. Early rumors say Assemblywoman Karen Bass might run
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Russell Lowery

on Feb. 15, 2010
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[b]Feb., 2010:[/b] Hired as a lobbyist for Pacific Gas & Electric

[b]April, 2009:[/b] Hired as top aide to Senate Republican Caucus
Source: Press Enterprise http://blogs.pe.com/ballotwatch/2009/04/inland-lawmakers-top-aide-to-h.html

[b]2002-2008:[/b] Chief of staff to Sen. Bob Dutton
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Linda Halderman

on Feb. 8, 2010
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[b]2010:[/b] Announced she would run for Assembly District 29, a seat being vacated by termed out Mike Villines

[b]2008 - 2009:[/b] Policy advisor to Sen. Sam Aanestad.
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Glen Thomas

on Feb. 2, 2010
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[b]Feb 2, 2010:[/b] Resigned as Gov. Schwarzenegger's Education Cabinet Secretary
Source: http://californiascapitol.com/blog/?p=1661

[b]Jan 21, 2009:[/b] Thomas was appointed state Secretary of Education by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. Thomas replaced David Long who resigned in September 2008.

[b]2007-2009: [/b] Thomas served as a consultant to several philanthropic foundations and educational organizations including the Khosla Foundation and the Hewlett Foundation, as well as the California State Parent Teachers Association and the Association of California School Administrators.

[b]2005-2006:[/b] Thomas was director for the Reinvigorating Arts Education in California Project.

[b]2005- present:[/b] Thomas has has served as an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California, Sacramento Center.

[b]2003-2006:[/b] Thomas was director of the Statewide Administrator Training Program.

[b]1999-2005:[/b] Thomas served as co-director for the U.S. Department of Education Grant Preparing Tomorrow�s Teacher to Use Technology.

[b]1999-2003:[/b] Thomas served as a clinical professor at the University of Southern California, Sacramento Center.

[b]1999-2001:[/b] Thomas was an adjunct professor in the Pepperdine University Doctoral Program.

[b]1998-2006: [/b] Thomas served as the executive director for the California County Superintendents Education Services Association, the statewide network of California�s 58 county superintendents of schools. He served as director for Preschool for All Planning Support in 2006.

[b]1997-2005:[/b] Thomas was an adjunct professor the California State University, Sacramento Graduate School.

[b]1997-1998:[/b] Thomas served as director for education technology Office for the California Department of Education and was the executive director for the Council on Technology in Learning.

[b]1996-1999:[/b] Thomas served as an adjunct professor for National University.

[b]1996-1997:[/b] Thomas was the deputy executive director for the Commission of the Establishment of Academic Content and Performance Standards.

[b]1995-19966:[/b] Thomas was assistant superintendent and director of the elementary teaching and learning division for the California Department of Education.

[b]1988-1996:[/b] Thomas served as executive secretary for the California State Curriculum Commission.

[b]1987-2004:[/b] Thomas was an instructor for the Association of California School Administrators.

[b]1984-1995:[/b] Thomas served as director for the curriculum frameworks and instructional resources office for the California Department of Education.

[b]1971-1974:[/b] He later worked for the Modesto City School District as a teacher.

[b]1970:[/b] Thomas started his teaching career in Modesto.

Thomas is a member of the University of California, Davis Graduate School of Education Board of Advisors.

Thomas was appointed by Governor Pete Wilson to the Academic Standards Commission and served on the High School Exit Exam Committee.

Thomas holds a Doctorate degree in educational leadership with an emphasis in instructional policy and school administration from the University of Southern California, a Master of Arts degree in child and family studies from Washington State University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Biola University
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Garry South

on Jan. 30, 2010
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[b]Dec. 2009:[/b] South works as an advisor to Janice Hahn and her 2010 campaign for lieutenant governor.

[b]Aug. 2008-Oct. 2009:[/b] South advised Gavin Newsom's 2010 campaign for governor until Newsom dropped his bid.

[b]2006:[/b] Senior Advisor to the Steve Westly for Governor primary campaign

[b]2003-04:[/b] Senior Advisor to the Joe Lieberman for President campaign.

[b]2004:[/b] Chief strategist on several initiatives on the November ballot, including the campaigns against Propositions 67 and 68. Both measures lost badly - 68 by one of the biggest margins in California history, 16-84.

[b]2002:[/b] Managed re-election campaign of Gov. Gray Davis, only the third Democratic governor in California history to be elected to a second four-year term -- and the only one not named Brown.

[b]2000:[/b] Key advisor to Al Gore's California presidential campaign,

[b]2000:[/b] Lead strategist for the successful statewide school-bond measure, Prop. 39.

[b]Links:[/b]
Profile in University of Montana alumni magazine (Fall 2003): http://www.umt.edu/montanan/f03/politics.html
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Garry South

on Jan. 30, 2010
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[b]Dec. 2009:[/b] South works as an advisor to Janice Hahn and her 2010 campaign for lieutenant governor.

[b]Aug. 2008-Oct. 2009:[/b] South advised Gavin Newsom's 2010 campaign for governor until Newsom dropped his bid.

[b]2006:[/b] Senior Advisor to the Steve Westly for Governor primary campaign

[b]2003-04:[/b] Senior Advisor to the Joe Lieberman for President campaign.

[b]2004:[/b] Chief strategist on several initiatives on the November ballot, including the campaigns against Propositions 67 and 68. Both measures lost badly - 68 by one of the biggest margins in California history, 16-84.

[b]2002:[/b] Managed re-election campaign of Gov. Gray Davis, only the third Democratic governor in California history to be elected to a second four-year term -- and the only one not named Brown.


[b]2000:[/b] Key advisor to Al Gore's California presidential campaign,

[b]2000:[/b] Lead strategist for the successful statewide school-bond measure, Prop. 39.

[b]Links:[/b]
Profile in University of Montana alumni magazine (Fall 2003): http://www.umt.edu/montanan/f03/politics.html
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DUSTIN E. CORCORAN

on Jan. 29, 2010
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[b]Jan. 29, 2010:[/b] Named CEO of the California Medical Assn., replacing Alfred Gilchrist who left after only two months on the job.
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Steven Glazer

on Jan. 26, 2010
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[b]Jan., 2010:[/b] Glazer, long-time Brown insider, was hired to run Jerry Brown's 2010 campaign for Governor
source: SF Chron http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/nov05election/detail?entry_id=55936

[b]2007:[/b] Orinda Mayor

[b]2006:[/b] Orinda Mayor Pro Tem

[b]2004:[/b] Elected to the Orinda City Council

[b]1980's[/b] Press secretary to California Senate President Pro-Tem David Roberti
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Steven Glazer

on Jan. 26, 2010
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[b]Jan., 2010:[/b] Glazer was hired to run Jerry Brown's 2010 campaign for Governor
source: SF Chron http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/nov05election/detail?entry_id=55936

[b]2007:[/b]Orinda Mayor

[b]2006:[/b] Orinda Mayor Pro Tem

[b]2004: [/b] Elected to the Orinda City Council.

[b]1980's[/b] Press secretary to California Senate President Pro-Tem David Roberti
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Steven Glazer

on Jan. 26, 2010
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[b]Jan., 2010:[/b] Glazer was hired to run Jerry Brown's 2010 campaign for Governor
source: SF Chron http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/nov05election/detail?entry_id=55936
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Steven Glazer

on Jan. 26, 2010
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[b]Jan., 2010:[/b] Glazer was hired to run Steve Poizner's 2010 campaign for Governor
source: SF Chron http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/nov05election/detail?entry_id=55936
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Melinda Melendez

on Jan. 25, 2010
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[b]January 20, 2010:[/b] Melendez, 61, passed away following a stroke.
Source: Sac Bee http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/2010/01/romero-press-se.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert

[b]1982 - 2010:[/b] Education policy adviser to former Speakers Antonio Villaraigosa and Bob Hertzberg, and Senator Gloria Romero. Also advised many legislative committees throughout her Capitol tenure.
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Gil Cedillo

on Jan. 23, 2010
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[b]Jan., 2010:[/b] Cedillo decided to change Assembly races from AD 46 to AD 45. after Assm. John Perez in AD 46 was announced as the Assembly's next Speaker. Cedillo will now challenge Democratic incumbent Kevin DeLeon in AD 45.:
Source: Calitics http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CaliticsFeed/~3/cxOB0EduyUE/gil-cedillo-in-the-45th
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[b]May 19, 2009:[/b] Cedillo was defeated by Judy Chu in the Democratic Primary election for the 32nd Congressional District race to replace Hilda Solis.

[b]Jan. 8, 2009:[/b] Cedillo announced his plans to run for the 32nd Congressional District in a special election to replace Hilda Solis. Rep. Solis was appointed as Secretary of Labor by president-elect Barack Obama and will vacate her seat pending U.S. Senate confirmation.

Cedillo's campaign website: http://www.gilcedillo.com/
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Gil Cedillo

on Jan. 23, 2010
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[b]Jan., 2010:[/b] Cedillo decided to change Assembly races from AD 45 to Ad 46. after Assm. John Perez in AD 46 was announced as the Assembly's next Speaker. Cedillo will now challenge Democratic incumbent Kevin DeLeon in AD 45.:
Source: Calitics http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CaliticsFeed/~3/cxOB0EduyUE/gil-cedillo-in-the-45th
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[b]May 19, 2009:[/b] Cedillo was defeated by Judy Chu in the Democratic Primary election for the 32nd Congressional District race to replace Hilda Solis.

[b]Jan. 8, 2009:[/b] Cedillo announced his plans to run for the 32nd Congressional District in a special election to replace Hilda Solis. Rep. Solis was appointed as Secretary of Labor by president-elect Barack Obama and will vacate her seat pending U.S. Senate confirmation.

Cedillo's campaign website: http://www.gilcedillo.com/
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Steve Hall

on Jan. 21, 2010
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[b]Jan. 21, 2010:[/b] Hall passed away at the age of 58 from his long battle with amyotropic lateral sclerosis (ALS Lou Gherig's disease).

[b]1993 - 2007[/b] President of the Association of California Water Agencies.

[b]1985:[/b] Hired as Executive director of the Land preservation Association.

[b]1976:[/b] Manager of the Tulare Lake Drainage District
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Jennifer Kerns

on Jan. 20, 2010
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[b]Jan., 2010:[/b] Joined Fox and Hounds Daily ( http://www.foxandhoundsdaily.com )as a writer/blogger

[b]2009[/b] Hired as Communications Director for "No on Proposition 1A" campaign (Tax increase for CA rainy day fund).

[b]Aug., 2008:[/b] Hired as Communications Director for "Yes on Proposition 8" campaign (CA ban on same-sex marriage).

[b]Feb. 2008:[/b] Opened her own political consulting company, K Street Communications.

[b]2007:[/b] Press Secretary for Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner
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Jennifer Kerns

on Jan. 20, 2010
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[b]Jan., 2010:[/] Joined Fox and Hounds Daily ( http://www.foxandhoundsdaily.com )as a writer/blogger

[b]2009[/b] Hired as Communications Director for "No on Proposition 1A" campaign (Tax increase for CA rainy day fund).

[b]Aug., 2008:[/b] Hired as Communications Director for "Yes on Proposition 8" campaign (CA ban on same-sex marriage).

[b]Feb. 2008:[/b] Opened her own political consulting company, K Street Communications.

[b]2007:[/b] Press Secretary for Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner
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Herb Schultz

on Jan. 20, 2010
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[b]Jan. 19, 2010:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger as Director of the California Recovery Task Force.
Press Release: http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/14233/

[b]2008:[/b] Senior advisor to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

[b]2006 - 2008[/b] Senior health policy advisor in the Office of the Governor.

[b]2001 - 2005:[/b] Vice president of government programs for McKesson Health Solutions.
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Herb Schultz

on Jan. 20, 2010
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[b]Jan. 19, 2010:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger as Director of the California Recovery Task Force.
Press Release: http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/14233/

[b]2008:[/b] Senior advisor to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

[b]2006 - 2008[/b] Senior health policy advisor in the Office of the Governor.
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Cynthia Bryant

on Jan. 19, 2010
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[b]January 19, 2010:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger as Chief Deputy Director for the California Department of Finance.
Press release: http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/14233/

[b]2006 - Jan., 2010:[/b] Deputy chief of staff and director of the Governor's Office of Planning and Research. Also served as Deputy chief of staff and director of the California Recovery Task Force.

[b]2003-2006:[/b] Bryant served as chief deputy legislative secretary Gov. Schwarzenegger's office.

[b]2000-2003:[/b] Bryant served as the director for the Senate Republican Office of Policy.

[b]1999-2000:[/b] Bryant was lead policy advisor to the Senate Republican Caucus.

[b]1997-1999:[/b] Bryant served as legal counsel to the Assembly Republican Caucus.

[b]1996-1997:[/b] Bryant was deputy chief administrative officer and legal counsel to the Assembly Rules Committee.

[b]1993-1996:[/b] Bryant worked for the public affairs firm Russo, Marsh and Rapper as vice president.

[b]1986-1993:[/b] Bryant was an account executive as Russo, Marsh and Rapper.
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Cynthia Bryant

on Jan. 19, 2010
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[b]January 19, 2010:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger as Chief Deputy Director for the California Department of Finance.
Press release: http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/14233/

[b]2006 - 2010:[/b] Deputy chief of staff and director of the Governor's Office of Planning and Research. Also served as Deputy chief of staff and director of the California Recovery Task Force.
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Robert Weisenmiller

on Jan. 15, 2010
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[b]Jan. 13, 2010:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to California's Energy Commission
press release: http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/14197/

[b]1986 - 2010:[/b] Principal and co-founder of the energy consulting company MRW and Associates.

[b]1982 - 1986:[/b] Co-founder and executive vice-president of Independent Power Corporation.

[b]1980 - 1982:[/b] Served the California Energy Commission as director of policy and program evaluation.

[b]1978 - 1980:[/b] Served the California Energy Commission as special projects officer.

[b]1977 - 1978:[/b] Served the California Energy Commission as assistant to the commissioner.
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Ray McNally

on Jan. 15, 2010
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[b]2010:[/b]Hired as political consultant for Tom Campbell's race for the U.S. Senate.

[b]2008:[/b] McNally served as a communications consultant on Doug Ose's Republican primary campaign in the 4th Congressional District.
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Tom Campbell

on Jan. 15, 2010
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[b]July 2010:[/b] Campbell dropped his bid for California Governor to run in the 2010 Republican Primary election for U.S. Senate. Campbell's chief competitors are Carly Fiorina and Chuck DeVore. Ray McNally of the McNallyTemple PR firm is his political consultant.

[b]July 2008:[/b] Campbell began run for California Governor in the 2010 election.

[b]Aug 27th, 2007:[/b] Campbell announced that in the Summer of 2008 he would step down in from his position of Dean of the Hass Business School at UC Berkeley.

[b]2002 - 2004 and 2005 - present:[/b]
Serves as Dean of the Haas School of Business and a professor of business administration at UC Berkeley.

[b]Nov. 2004 - Xxx. 200x:[/b] Campbell served as Finance Director under Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, succeeding Donna Arduin. Campbell resigned in October 2004 and the following month Gov. Schwarzenegger appointed Tom Campbell as the new finance director.

From 2004 to 2005 Campbell took a leave of absence from his Berkeley post to serve as director of the California Department of Finance in the Schwarzenegger administration, but has since returned to lead the Haas School of Business.


[b]1995 - 2000:[/b] U.S. Congressmember representing California's 15th District.

Campbell's Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Campbell_(California_politician)
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Will Smith

on Jan. 14, 2010
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[b]Jan. 12: [/b]Long-time chief of staff to Sen. George Runner, Will Smith passed away unexpectedly, suffering a heart attack.
Source: http://www.flashreport.org/blog.php?postID=2010011211311581

[b]2005: [/b] Hired as Chief of Staff for Senator George Runner.

[b]2003: [/b] Hired as chief of staff for Assemblywoman Sharon Runner.

[b]1995: [/b] Hired as legislative staff for Senator George Runner
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Will Smith

on Jan. 14, 2010
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[b]Jan. 12: [/b]Long-time chief of staff to Sen. George Runner, Will Smith passed away unexpectedly, suffering a heart attack.
Source: http://www.flashreport.org/blog.php?postID=2010011211311581

[b]2005: [/b] Hired as Chief of Staff for Senator George Runner.

[b]2003: [/b/ Hired as chief of staff for Assemblywoman Sharon Runner.

[b]1995: [/b] Hired as legislative staff for Senator George Runner
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Anthony Eggert

on Jan. 13, 2010
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[b]Jan. 13, 2010:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to California's Energy Commission
press release: http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/14197/

[b]2007- 2010:[/b] Served as science and technology policy advisor to the chair of the California Air Resources Board.

[b]2007:[/b] Served as advisor on energy and climate policy to the Office of Federal Governmental Relations for the University of California, Office of the President

[b]2002 - 2006:[/b] Served as associate research director for the University of California, Davis Institute of Transportation Studies.

[b]2001 - 2002:[/b] Manager of the California Fuel Cell Partnership for the Ford Motor Company.
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Anthony Eggert

on Jan. 13, 2010
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[b]Jan. 13, 2010:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to California's Energy Commission

[b]2007- 2010:[/b] Served as science and technology policy advisor to the chair of the California Air Resources Board.

[b]2007:[/b] Served as advisor on energy and climate policy to the Office of Federal Governmental Relations for the University of California, Office of the President

[b]2002- 2006:[/b] Served as associate research director for the University of California, Davis Institute of Transportation Studies.
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Mimi Walters

on Jan. 13, 2010
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[b]Jan. 13, 2010:[/b] Walters announced she would run and challenge incumbent Bill Lockyer for State Treasurer in 2010.
Source: http://www.flashreport.org/blog0a.php?postID=2010011314165136&post_offsetP=0&authID=2005081622025042
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Mimi Walters

on Jan. 13, 2010
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Jan. 13, 2010: Walters announced she would run and challenge incumbent Bill Lockyer for State Treasurer in 2010.
Source: http://www.flashreport.org/blog0a.php?postID=2010011314165136&post_offsetP=0&authID=2005081622025042
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Reginald Byron Jones-Sawyer

on Jan. 12, 2010
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campaign website: http://www.reggiejonessawyer.com/
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Will Smith

on Jan. 12, 2010
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Jan. 12: Long-time chief of staff to Sen. George Runner, Will Smith passed away unexpectedly, suffering a heart attack.
Source: http://www.flashreport.org/blog.php?postID=2010011211311581

2005: Hired as Chief of Staff for Senator George Runner.
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Robert Dutton

on Jan. 6, 2010
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[b]Jan. 6, 2010:[/b] FlashReport breaks that Dutton will succeed Dennis Hollingsworth as Senate Republican leader. Likely sometime after the 2010-11 budget is passed.
http://www.flashreport.org/blog.php?postID=2010010619531964

[b]March 24, 2008:[/b] Dutton was named vice chairman of the Senate Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review, replacing Dennis Hollingsworth (R-SD36) who served in that position for three years.

Dutton maintains a blog at http://www.duttonreport.com/

[b]November 2004:[/b] Dutton was elected state Senate in the 31st Senate District.

[b]2002 - 2004:[/b] Dutton was a state Assemblymember the 63rd Assembly District.

[b]1998-2002[/b] Dutton served on the city council of Rancho Cucamonga

Dutton is the CEO of a real estate investment firm -- Dutton & Associates, Inc. located in Rancho Cucamonga.

[b]1969-74[/b] Dutton served in the California Air National Guard
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Robert Dutton

on Jan. 6, 2010
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[b]Jan. 6, 2010:[/b] FlashReport breaks that Dutton will succeed Hollingsworth as Senate Republican leader.
http://www.flashreport.org/blog.php?postID=2010010619531964

[b]March 24, 2008:[/b] Dutton was named vice chairman of the Senate Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review, replacing Dennis Hollingsworth (R-SD36) who served in that position for three years.

Dutton maintains a blog at http://www.duttonreport.com/

[b]November 2004:[/b] Dutton was elected state Senate in the 31st Senate District.

[b]2002 - 2004:[/b] Dutton was a state Assemblymember the 63rd Assembly District.

[b]1998-2002[/b] Dutton served on the city council of Rancho Cucamonga

Dutton is the CEO of a real estate investment firm -- Dutton & Associates, Inc. located in Rancho Cucamonga.

[b]1969-74[/b] Dutton served in the California Air National Guard
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Rick J. Caruso

on Jan. 6, 2010
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[b]Jan. 5, 2010:[/b] Caruso crosses party lines and backs Jerry Brown for Governor in 2010.
http://www.insidesocal.com/politics/2010/01/caruso-to-back-brown-for-gover.html

[b]2007:[/b] Caruso was a finance co-chair in the Mitt Romney for President campaign
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Lester Snow

on Jan. 5, 2010
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[b]January 5, 2009:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger as California Natural Resources Agency Secretary. Mike Chrisman is retiring Feb. 1, 2009. (Press release: http://gov.ca.gov/press-release/14111/)

[b]2004 - 2009:[/b] Director for the California Department of Water Resources

[b]2001 - 2004:[/b] Water resource consultant

[b]1999 - 2001:[/b] Mid-Pacific regional director of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.

[b]1995 - 1999:[/b] Executive director of the CALFED Bay-Delta program

[b]1988 - 1995:[/b] General manager of the San Diego County Water Authority
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Lester Snow

on Jan. 5, 2010
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[b]January 5, 2009:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger as California Natural Resources Agency Secretary. Mike Chrisman is retiring Feb. 1, 2009.

[b]2004 - 2009:[/b] Director for the California Department of Water Resources

[b]2001 - 2004:[/b] Water resource consultant

[b]1999 - 2001:[/b] Mid-Pacific regional director of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.

[b]1995 - 1999:[/b] Executive director of the CALFED Bay-Delta program

[b]1988 - 1995:[/b] General manager of the San Diego County Water Authority
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Lester Snow

on Jan. 5, 2010
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[b]January 5, 2009:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger as California Natural Resources Agency Secretary. Mike Chrisman is retiring Feb. 1, 2009.

[b]2004 - 2009:[/b] Director for the California Department of Water Resources.

[b]2001 - 2004:[/b] Water resource consultant.

[b]1999 - 2001:[/b] Mid-Pacific regional director of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.

[b]1995 - 1999:[/b] Executive director of the CALFED Bay-Delta program

[b]1988 - 1995:[/b]General manager of the San Diego County Water Authority.
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Lester Snow

on Jan. 5, 2010
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[b]January 5, 2009:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger as California Natural Resources Agency Secretary. Mike Chrisman is retiring Feb. 1, 2009.
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Mike Chrisman

on Jan. 5, 2010
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[b]February 1, 2009:[/b] Chrisman announced he will retire as California Natural Resources Agency Secretary.
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Lester Snow

on Jan. 5, 2010
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[b]January 5, 2009:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger as California Natural Resources Secretary. Mike Chrisman is retiring Feb. 1, 2009
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Richard Pombo

on Jan. 4, 2010
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[b]Jan. 4, 2010:[/b] Hotline says Pombo will run for the 19th Congressional District. In December, Rep. George Radanovich announced his plan to retire from Congress in 2010.
http://hotlineoncall.nationaljournal.com/archives/2010/01/pombo_to_run_fo.php

[b]2006:[/b] Pombo lost his re-election bid for the 11th Congressional District to Jerry McNerney.

[b]1993 - 2007:[/b] served in California's Congressional District 11 in the U.S. House of Representatives.
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Roy Ashburn

on Jan. 2, 2010
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[b]Dec., 2009:[/b] Announced that he was considering running for Congressional District 20, currently held by Jim Costa.
source: http://www.bakersfield.com/news/local/x113238635/Big-names-to-crowd-ballots

[b]Nov. 5, 2009[/b] Ashburn was appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education.
Governor's release: http://go.emaildirect.com/_p_ga4x2nq3yjfubuqxta4z68rxja4c2krxrgruzmtsta4v2nwfv6jlxqgv529zxnfra2kbxm9fr64xn7hfzlra_p_/trouble.htm

[b]2002:[/b] Ashburn won election in the 18th Senate District.

[b]1996 to 2002:[/b] Ashburn served in the 32nd state Assembly District.

[b]1984-1996:[/b] Ashburn served on the Kern County Board of Supervisors.
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Jane Clark

on Jan. 2, 2010
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[b]January 1, 2010:[/b] Clark passed away after a battle with cancer. Source: @FlashReport twitter - "Prolific GOP fundraiser in California Jane Clark passed away this morning after a heroic battle against cancer. RIP."

Long-time national GOP fundraiser.
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Jane Clark

on Jan. 2, 2010
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[b]January 1, 2010:[/b] Clark passed away after a battle with cancer.

Long-time national GOP fundraiser.
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Bill Jones

on Jan. 1, 2010
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[b]Dec. 31, 2009:[/b] Mentioned by the Fresno Bee as a possible candidate to run for retiring George Radanovich's Congressional seat.
http://fresnobeehive.com/opinion/2009/12/will_bill_jones_be_valleys_nex.html

Chairman of Pacific Ethanol (http://www.pacificethanol.net)

[b]2008:[/b] Jones served as California state chairman of John McCain's presidential campaign.

[b]1994-2003:[/b] Jones was California's Secretary of State

[b]1982-1994:[/b] Jones served in the California Assembly, including two years as Republican leader.

Jones is a second-generation farmer and cattle rancher with over twenty years of policy and political experience.
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Bill Jones

on Jan. 1, 2010
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[b]Dec. 31, 2009:[/b] Mentioned by the Fresno Bee as a possible candidate to run for retiring George Radanovich's Congressional seat.
http://fresnobeehive.com/opinion/2009/12/will_bill_jones_be_valleys_nex.html

Chairman of Pacific Ethanol (http://www.pacificethanol.net)

[b]2008:[/b] Jones serves as California state chairman of John McCain's presidential campaign.

[b]1994-2003:[/b] Jones was California's Secretary of State

[b]1982-1994:[/b] Jones served in the California Assembly, including two years as Republican leader.

Jones is a second-generation farmer and cattle rancher with over twenty years of policy and political experience.
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Gabe Woodward

on Dec. 31, 2009
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[b]Dec. 31, 2009:[/b] Bakersfield California reports that Woodward will likely run for Assembly District 32 in 2010. Incumbent Jean Fuller likely will run for Senate seat SD 18, being vacated by term-limited Roy Ashburn. In a strange twist, it is rumored that Mark Abernathy (who is currently running Dean Haddock's campaign is recruiting Woodward)
http://www.bakersfield.com/news/local/x113238505/Californian-exclusive-Couch-steps-in-maybe-to-state-race

Woodward is a financial consultant

[b]2004:[/b] Woodward earned a bronze medal in swimming for the United States at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens
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Dean Haddock

on Dec. 31, 2009
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[b]Dec. 31, 2009:[/b] Bakersfield California reports that Haddock is running for Assembly District 32 in 2010. His campaign is being run by GOP consultant Mark Abernathy. Incumbent Jean Fuller likely will run for Senate seat SD 18, being vacated by term-limited Roy Ashburn.
http://www.bakersfield.com/news/local/x113238505/Californian-exclusive-Couch-steps-in-maybe-to-state-race
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Dean Haddock

on Dec. 31, 2009
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[b]Dec. 31, 2009:[/b] Bakersfield California reports that Haddock is running for Assembly District 32 in 2010. His campaign is being run by GOP consultant Mark Abernathy. Incumbent Jean Fuller will likely run for State Senate seat. Incumbent Jean Fuller likely will run for Senate seat SD 18, being vacated by term-limited Roy Ashburn.
http://www.bakersfield.com/news/local/x113238505/Californian-exclusive-Couch-steps-in-maybe-to-state-race
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Dean Haddock

on Dec. 31, 2009
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[b]Dec. 31, 2009:[/b] Bakersfield California reports that Haddock is running for Assembly District 32 in 2010. His campaign is being run by GOP consultant Mark Abernathy. Incumbent Jean Fuller will likely run for a State Senate seat. Incumbent Jean Fuller likely will run for Senate seat SD 18, being vacated by term-limited Roy Ashburn.
http://www.bakersfield.com/news/local/x113238505/Californian-exclusive-Couch-steps-in-maybe-to-state-race
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Ken Mettler

on Dec. 31, 2009
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[b]Dec. 31, 2009:[/b] Bakersfield California reports that Mettler is running for Assembly District 32 in 2010. Incumbent Jean Fuller will likely run for a State Senate seat. Incumbent Jean Fuller likely will run for Senate seat SD 18, being vacated by term-limited Roy Ashburn.
http://www.bakersfield.com/news/local/x113238505/Californian-exclusive-Couch-steps-in-maybe-to-state-race
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Dean Haddock

on Dec. 31, 2009
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[b]Dec. 31, 2009:[/b] Bakersfield California reports that Haddock is running for Assembly District 32 in 2010. Incumbent Jean Fuller will likely run for a State Senate seat. Incumbent Jean Fuller likely will run for Senate seat SD 18, being vacated by term-limited Roy Ashburn.
http://www.bakersfield.com/news/local/x113238505/Californian-exclusive-Couch-steps-in-maybe-to-state-race
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Gabe Woodward

on Dec. 31, 2009
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[b]Dec. 31, 2009:[/b] Bakersfield California reports that Woodward will likely run for Assembly District 32 in 2010. Incumbent Jean Fuller will likely run for a State Senate seat. Incumbent Jean Fuller likely will run for Senate seat SD 18, being vacated by term-limited Roy Ashburn.
http://www.bakersfield.com/news/local/x113238505/Californian-exclusive-Couch-steps-in-maybe-to-state-race

Woodward is a financial consultant

[b]2004:[/b] Woodward earned a bronze medal in swimming for the United States at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens
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David Couch

on Dec. 31, 2009
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[b]Dec. 31, 2009:[/b] Bakersfield California reports that Couch will likely run for Assembly District 32 in 2010. Incumbent Jean Fuller likely will run for Senate seat SD 18, being vacated by term-limited Roy Ashburn.
http://www.bakersfield.com/news/local/x113238505/Californian-exclusive-Couch-steps-in-maybe-to-state-race

Couch is a financial consultant with Morgan Stanley

[b]2003-2004:[/b] Bakersfield Vice-Mayor

[b]1998:[/b] Elected to the Bakersfield City Council. Committees - Water Resources Committee, (Chair), Legislative & Litigation Committee, and Personnel Committee

Bio: http://www.bakersfieldcity.us/administration/mayor_council/bios/couch.htm
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Gabe Woodward

on Dec. 31, 2009
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[b]Dec. 31, 2009:[/b] Bakersfield California reports that Woodward will likely run for Assembly District 32 in 2010. Incumbent Jean Fuller will likely run for a State Senate seat.
http://www.bakersfield.com/news/local/x113238505/Californian-exclusive-Couch-steps-in-maybe-to-state-race

Woodward is a financial consultant

[b]2004:[/b] Woodward earned a bronze medal in swimming for the United States at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens
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Gabe Woodward

on Dec. 31, 2009
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[b]Dec. 31, 2009:[/b] Bakersfield California reports that Woodward will likely run for Assembly District 32 in 2010. Incumbent Jena Fuller will likely run for a State Senate seat.
http://www.bakersfield.com/news/local/x113238505/Californian-exclusive-Couch-steps-in-maybe-to-state-race

Woodward is a financial consultant

[b]2004:[/b] Woodward earned a bronze medal in swimming for the United States at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens
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Gabe Woodward

on Dec. 31, 2009
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[b]Dec. 31, 2009:[/b] Bakersfield California reports that Woodward will likely run for Assembly District 32 in 2010. Incumbent Jena Fuller will likely run for a State Senate seat.
http://www.bakersfield.com/news/local/x113238505/Californian-exclusive-Couch-steps-in-maybe-to-state-race

[b]2004:[/b] Woodward earned a bronze medal in swimming at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens
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David Couch

on Dec. 31, 2009
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[b]Dec. 31, 2009:[/b] Bakersfield California reports that Couch will likely run for Assembly District 32 in 2010. Incumbent Jean Fuller likely will run for State Senate seat.
http://www.bakersfield.com/news/local/x113238505/Californian-exclusive-Couch-steps-in-maybe-to-state-race

Couch is a financial consultant with Morgan Stanley

[b]2003-2004:[/b] Bakersfield Vice-Mayor

[b]1998:[/b] Elected to the Bakersfield City Council. Committees - Water Resources Committee, (Chair), Legislative & Litigation Committee, and Personnel Committee

Bio: http://www.bakersfieldcity.us/administration/mayor_council/bios/couch.htm
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Gabe Woodward

on Dec. 31, 2009
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[b]Dec. 31, 2009:[/b] Bakersfield California reports that Woodward will likely run for Assembly District 32 in 2010. Incumbent Jena Fuller will likely run for a State Senate seat.
http://www.bakersfield.com/news/local/x113238505/Californian-exclusive-Couch-steps-in-maybe-to-state-race

[b]2004:[/b] Woodward swam for the United States in the 2004 Summer Olympics
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David Couch

on Dec. 31, 2009
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[b]Dec. 31, 2009:[/b] Bakersfield California reports that Couch will likely run for Assembly District 32 in 2010. Incumbent Jean Fuller likely will run for State Senate seat.
http://www.bakersfield.com/news/local/x113238505/Californian-exclusive-Couch-steps-in-maybe-to-state-race

[b]1998:[/b] Elected to the Bakersfield City Council

Bio: http://www.bakersfieldcity.us/administration/mayor_council/bios/couch.htm
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Les Marsden

on Dec. 30, 2009
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[b]2009:[/b] Marsden announced he would run for Congressional District 19. Later, incumbent George Radanovich announced his plan to retire in 2010.

[b]1981 - 1999:[/b] Television, stage and film actor. A disability forced his retirement.

campaign website: http://www.marsdenforcongress.com
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Lorraine Goodwin

on Dec. 30, 2009
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[b]2009:[/b] Goodwin announced she would run for Congressional District 19. Later, incumbent George Radanovich announced his plan to retire in 2010.

Goodwin is a Madera Unified School District Trustee, a member of the Madera Water Board and a meber of the San Joaquin Air Board.

Campaign website: http://drgoodwin.info/
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Lorraine Goodwin

on Dec. 30, 2009
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[b]2009:[/b] Godwin announced she would run for Congressional District 19.

Goodwin is a Madera Unified School District Trustee, a member of the Madera Water Board and a meber of the San Joaquin Air Board.

Campaign website: http://drgoodwin.info/
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Les Marsden

on Dec. 30, 2009
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[b]2009:[/b] Announced he would run for Congressional District 19

[b]1981 - 1999:[/b] Television, stage and film actor. A disability forced his retirement.

campaign website: http://www.marsdenforcongress.com
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Richard Pombo

on Dec. 30, 2009
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[b]Dec. 29, 2009:[/b] Fresno Bee says Pombo considering a run for the 19th Congressional District. Earlier in the day Rep. George Radanovich announced his plan to retire from Congress in 2010.
http://www.fresnobee.com/406/story/1764029.html

[b]2006:[/b] Pombo lost his re-election bid for the 11th Congressional District to Jerry McNerney.

[b]1993 - 2007:[/b] served in California's Congressional District 11 in the U.S. House of Representatives.
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Richard Pombo

on Dec. 30, 2009
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[b]Dec. 29, 2009:[/b] Fresno Bee says Pombo considering a run for the 19th Congressional District. Earlier in the day Rep. George Radanovich announced his plan to retire from Congress in 2010.
http://www.fresnobee.com/406/story/1764029.html

[b]2006:[/b] Pombo lost his re-election bid for the 11th Congressional District to Jerry McNerney.

[b]1993 - 2007:[b] served in California's Congressional District 11 in the U.S. House of Representatives.
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Jim Patterson

on Dec. 30, 2009
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[b]Dec. 29, 2009:[/b] Fresno Bee says Patterson will seek the 19th Congressional District. Earlier in the day Rep. George Radanovich announced his plan to retire from Congress in 2010.

[b]2002:[/b] Lost the Republican Primary for Congressional District 21 to now Congressman Devin Nunes.

[b]1993 - 2001:[/b] Fresno Mayor. Succeeded by Alan Autry.
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Jim Patterson

on Dec. 30, 2009
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[b]Dec. 29, 2009:[/b] Fresno Bee says Patterson will seek the 19th Congressional District. Earlier in the day Rep. George Radanovich announced his plan to retire from Congress in 2010.

[b]2002:[/b] Lost the Republican Primary for Congressional District 21 to now Congressman David Nunes.

[b]1993 - 2001:[/b] Fresno Mayor. Succeeded by Alan Autry.
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Richard Pombo

on Dec. 30, 2009
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[b]Dec. 29, 2009:[/b] Fresno Bee says Pombo considering a run for the 19th Congressional District. Earlier in the day Rep. George Radanovich announced his plan to retire from Congress in 2010.
http://www.fresnobee.com/406/story/1764029.html

[b]2006:[/b] Pombo previously lost his re-election bid for the 11th Congressional District to Jerry McNerney.
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Richard Pombo

on Dec. 30, 2009
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[b]Dec. 29, 2009:[/b] Fresno Bee says Pombo considering running for the 19th Congressional District. Earlier in the day Rep. George Radanovich announced his plan to retire from Congress in 2010.

[b]2006:[/b] Pombo previously lost his re-election bid for the 11th Congressional District to Jerry McNerney.
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Richard Pombo

on Dec. 30, 2009
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[b]Dec. 29, 2009:[/b] Fresno Bee says Pombo considering running for the 19th Congressional District. Earlier in the day Rep. George Radanovich announced his plan to retire from Congress in 2010.

[b]2006:[/b]Pombo previously lost his re-election bid for the 11th Congressional District to Jerry McNerney.
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Bill Cavala

on Dec. 27, 2009
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[b]December 24, 2009:[/b] After a long career as a successful democratic political strategist, Cavala died on December 24, 2009. Among many things, Cavala worked for 14-year Assembly Speaker Willie Brown and oversaw California's redistricting efforts.
Source: Sac Bee http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/2009/12/bill-cavala-die.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert
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Bill Cavala

on Dec. 27, 2009
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[b]December 24, 2009:[/b} After a long career as a successful democratic political strategist, Cavala died on December 24, 2009. Among many things, Cavala worked for 14-year Assembly Speaker Willie Brown and oversaw California's redistricting efforts.
Source: Sac Bee http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/2009/12/bill-cavala-die.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert
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Danny Alvarez

on Dec. 27, 2009
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[b]December, 2009:[/b] Hired as staff director for the Senate Education Committee, replacing James Wilson who retired.

[b]2008 - 2009:[/b] Staff director for the Senate Budget & Fiscal Review Committee.
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Danny Alvarez

on Dec. 27, 2009
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[b]December, 2009:[/b] Hired as staff director for the Senate Education Committee, replacing James Wilson

[b]2008 - 2009:[/b] Staff director for the Senate Budget & Fiscal Review Committee
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Michael Jarvis

on Dec. 27, 2009
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[b]December, 2009:[/b] Hired as Special Assistant to the Administrator of the U.S. Department of Agriculture

[b]July 2008:[/b] Jarvis was appointed deputy secretary of public affairs for the California Department of Food and Agriculture.

[b]2005-2008:[/b] Jarvis served as deputy director of communications for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.

[b]1999-2005: [/b] As a journalist, Jarvis was a contributor to the Los Angeles Times.

[b]1996-2001: [/b] Jarvis worked in television as a writer, research and associate producer for various networks.

Previously, Jarvis was an editor and reporter for the Mammoth Times Weekly.

[b]1987-1988: [/b] Jarvis was a reporter for the Tulare Advance Register.

Source: http://www.centralvalleybusinesstimes.com/stories/001/?ID=9214
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Damon Dunn

on Dec. 24, 2009
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Former Stanford University football star (1995 - 1998) running for Secretary of State in 2010
LA Times: http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-cap24-2009dec24,0,611441.column

[b]1999-2000:[/b] played in the NFL with the Cleveland Browns and New York Jets


Campaign website: http://www.damondunn.com/
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Damon Dunn

on Dec. 24, 2009
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Former Stanford University football star (1995 - 1998) running for Secretary of State

LA Times: http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-cap24-2009dec24,0,611441.column

Campaign website: http://www.damondunn.com/
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Damon Dunn

on Dec. 24, 2009
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Former Stanford University football star (1995 - 1998) running for Secretary of State

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/news/politics/campaign08/~3/xWLxru1B_1E/la-me-cap24-2009dec24,0,5287624.column

Campaign website: http://www.damondunn.com/
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Kara Bush

on Dec. 18, 2009
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[b]Dec. 15, 2009:[/b] Bush was hired as manager of government relations for the California Grocers Association. Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/California-Grocers-bw-1885510611.html?x=0&.v=1 (PDF: http://www.cagrocers.com/pdf/Press%20Releases/2009/12.14.09Bushhiring.pdf)

Previously:
[b]2007 - 2009:[/b] Legislative aide in the office of Assemblymember Martin Garrick.

[b]2004 - 2007:[/b] Bush worked for the McHugh and Associates Lobbying firm owned by Gavin and Shari McHugh

-- Bush worked for the California Department of Insurance and the Franchise Tax Board.
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Susan Jordan

on Dec. 14, 2009
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Wife of Assemblyman Pedro Nava
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Ana J. Matosantos

on Dec. 14, 2009
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[b]December 14, 2009:[/b] Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger names Matosantos his Director of Finance. She replaces Mike Genest who announced his retirement in November.
http://www.sacbee.com/capitolandcalifornia/story/2394899.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20and%20California

[b]April, 2008:[/b] Appointed Chief Deputy Director for Budgets of the California Department of Finance by Governor Schwarzenegger.

[b]2004-2007:[/b] Associate secretary of legislative affairs of the Health and Human Services Agency.
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Ana J. Matosantos

on Dec. 14, 2009
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[b]December, 14 2009:[/b] Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger names Matosantos his Director of Finance. She replaces Mike Genest who announced his retirement in November.
http://www.sacbee.com/capitolandcalifornia/story/2394899.html#mi_rss=Capitol%20and%20California

[b]April, 2008:[/b] Appointed Chief Deputy Director for Budgets of the California Department of Finance by Governor Schwarzenegger.

[b]2004-2007:[/b] Associate secretary of legislative affairs of the Health and Human Services Agency.
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Matthew Gray

on Dec. 9, 2009
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[b]December, 2009:[/b] Filed to run for AD 5 in 2010.

[b]2004 - 2009:[/b] Lobbyist at the firm, Capital Alliance. Has lobbied for the Free Speech Coalition (adult film industry)
Source: California Target Book

[b]1993 - 2003:[/b] Many staff positions for Assemblyman (and Senator) John Vasconcellos
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Matthew Gray

on Dec. 9, 2009
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[b]December, 2009:[/b] Filed to run for AD 5 in 2010.

[b]2004 - 2009:[b] Lobbyist at the firm, Capital Alliance. Has lobbied for the Free Speech Coalition (adult film industry)
Source: California Target Book

[b]1993 - 2003:[/b] Many staff positions for Assemblyman (and Senator) John Vasconcellos
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Matthew Gray

on Dec. 9, 2009
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[b]December, 2009:[/b] Filed to run for AD 5 in 2010.


[b]2004 - 2009:[\b] Lobbyist at the firm, Capital Alliance. Has lobbied for the Free Speech Coalition (adult film industry)


[b]1993 - 2003:[/b] Many staff positions for Assemblyman (and Sneator) John Vasconcellos
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Michael Allen

on Dec. 7, 2009
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[b]August 2009:[/b] Allen filed papers to run in the 2010 state Assembly District 7 Democratic primary.

[b]2008:[/b] Allen ran unsuccessfully for a seat on the Santa Rosa City Council

Allen is a registered nurse, attorney and District Director for Sen. Patricia Wiggins
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Jared Gaynor

on Dec. 7, 2009
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Attorney and auditor with the State Bureau of Audits

campaign website: http://www.actblue.com/page/jaredgaynor
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Jared Gaynor

on Dec. 7, 2009
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Attorney and auditor with the State Bureau of Audits
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Andrew Sheehy

on Dec. 7, 2009
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Currently the executive director of the Sacramento Chapter of the Muscular Dystrophy Association

[b]1993 - 1997:[/b] U.S. Marine Corps Veteran

campaign website: http://www.sheehy2010.com/
facebook:http://www.facebook.com/pages/Andrew-Sheehy-For-State-Assembly-2010/280762165393
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Andrew Sheehy

on Dec. 7, 2009
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Currently the executive director of the Sacramento Chapter of the Muscular Dystrophy Association

U.S. Marine Corps Veteran

campaign website: http://www.sheehy2010.com/
facebook:http://www.facebook.com/pages/Andrew-Sheehy-For-State-Assembly-2010/280762165393
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Craig DeLuz

on Dec. 7, 2009
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DeLuz is running for Assembly District 5. http://CraigForAssembly.com/

DeLuz is Chairman of the California Black Republican Council

[b]2007:[/b] DeLuz ran unsuccessfully for local school board

[b]2000 & 2004:[/b] Deluz ran unsuccessfully for Sacramento City Council

[b]1998:[/b] Deluz ran unsuccessfully for Sacramento County Supervisor



[b]Links:[/b]
Blog: http://homeofuncommonsense.blogspot.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CraigDeLuz
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/craigdeluz
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#/pages/Craig-DeLuz/67025332432?sid=34f398a4310a4f7919134975a24c68b7&ref=s
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Michael Harrington

on Dec. 7, 2009
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Navy veteran

Former PG&E foreman
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Lawrence Miles

on Dec. 7, 2009
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[b]Endorsements include:[/b]
Sen. Dean Florez
Sen. Lois Wolk
Former Sen. Sheila Kuehl
Sacramento Supervisor Roger Dickinson
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Andrew Pugno

on Dec. 7, 2009
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[b]Endorsements:[/b]
Assm. Ted Gaines
Assm. Dan Logue
Sen. George Runner
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Amerish Bera

on Dec. 5, 2009
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Endorsements
Bill Slaton
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Joel Anderson

on Dec. 5, 2009
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[b]December 3, 2009[/b] The California Target Book reports that Anderson might give up his assembly seat in 2010 to run for SD 36, a seat that Dennis Hollingsworth will give up due to term limits
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Donald Thompson

on Dec. 5, 2009
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[b]November, 2009:[/b] Filed papers to run in AD 5

Former pastor and teacher
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Bill Slaton

on Dec. 5, 2009
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[b]Nov 30, 2009:[/b] Slaton ended his 2010 campaign for the 3rd Congressional District and endorsed Amerish Bera.
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Russell Bogh

on Dec. 5, 2009
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[b]November, 2009:[/b] Tha California Target Book predicts that Bogh will enter the special election to fill SD 37, left vacant by John Benoit who left for the Riverside Board of Supervisors

[b]2008:[/b] Member of Mitt Romney's "Romney For President" California Leadership Team

[b]April 2001 - Nov. 2006:[/b] Served in state Assembly (AD 65).


[b]1997 - 1998:[/b] Director of the Inland Empire Office of then Gov. Pete Wilson

1996: Staff member for then Asm. Ted Weggeland. business.


Website: http://www.russbogh.com/
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John A. Perez

on Dec. 2, 2009
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[b]Dec. 2, 2009:[/b] Speaker Karen Bass sets a December 10 vote for California's new Speaker and claims that Perez has the votes to win.

[b]Feb. 22, 2008:[/b] Perez entered the race for the Democratic nomination for 46th Assembly district, the seat being vacated by Assembly Speaker Fabian Nuñez. Perez's cousin, L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, has not yet said if he will endorse Perez.
Source: http://feeds.latimes.com/~r/latimes/news/politics/~3/239838757/la-me-perez23feb23,1,3870167.story

[b]Currently:[/b]
-- Perez is political director of the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Union Local 324, representing roughly 24,000 workers in Orange County and Southern Los Angeles.

-- Perez is an elected member of the Democratic National Committee and is a superdelegate for the 2008 Democratic presidential primary. Perez says he first endorsed former U.S. Sen. John Edwards, then backed U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton but now is undecided.
Source: http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080223/ap_on_el_pr/superdelegates

-- Perez is a board member for the California League of Conservation Voters, AIDS Project Los Angeles, the Latino Coalition against AIDS, Coro Southern California and the California Center for Regional Leadership.

[b]Previously:[/b]

-- [b]Oct. 12, 2005 - Feb. 21, 2008:[/b] Perez served on the board of the Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency. He was appointed on Sept. 19, 2005, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, Perez's cousin.

-- Perez served as Executive Director of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union, Region 8 States Council, representing California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah and Hawaii.

-- Perez served as political director for the California Labor Federation AFL-CIO.

Source: http://www.crala.net/internet-site/About/Commissioners/John-A-Perez.cfm
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David Cogdill

on Dec. 2, 2009
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[b]November, 2009:[/b] Cogdill said he would not run for re-election to SD 14 in 2010.

[b]Feb. 18, 2009:[/b] State Senate Republicans voted to remove Cogdill as their leader amid prolonged budget negotiations. The caucus elected Sen. Dennis Hollingsworth (R-SD36) as successor.

[b]Feb. 20, 2008:[/b] State Senate Republicans elected Cogdill as their next leader, succeeding Sen. Dick Ackerman (R-SD33) who is termed-out.
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Tom Berryhill

on Dec. 2, 2009
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[b]December 2, 2009:[/b] Berryhill announced he would run for SD 14. Sitting Republican Senator David Cogdil previously said that he would not run for re-election.
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Abel Maldonado

on Nov. 23, 2009
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[b]November 23, 2009:[/b] Appointed Lieutenant Governor by Gov. Arnold Schwazenegger after Former Lt. Gov. John Garamendi left office for Congress. The appointment was announced on Jay Leno's show.
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Abel Maldonado

on Nov. 23, 2009
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[b]November 23, 2009:[/b] Appointed Liutenant Governor by Gov. Arnold Schwazenegger after Former Lt. Gov. John Garamendi left office for Congress. The appointment was announced on Jay Leno's show.
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Anthony Cannella

on Nov. 23, 2009
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[b]2007:[/b] Re-elected as Ceres Mayor

[b]2005:[/b] Elected as Ceres Mayor

[b]2003:[/b] Elected to the Ceres City Council

campaign website: www.AnthonyCannella.com
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David G. Valadao

on Nov. 22, 2009
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[b]November, 2009:[/b] Filed papers to run for AD 30, the seat likely being vacated by Danny Gilmore.
Source: http://people.bakersfield.com/home/Blog/politicsanyone/52168
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Paul Chabot

on Nov. 22, 2009
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Campaign website: http://www.paulchabot.com

Endorsements from leaders:
Roger Morgan, Founder of Californians for Drug Free Schools

James Davis, Chairman of the California Parole Board (ret)

Christy McCampbell, Chief, California Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement (Ret.) Past President of the California Narcotic Officers Association.

Susan Peppler, former Mayor of Redlands and Assistant Secretary for Housing and Urban Development

Ron Bieberdorf, served as the Chief of Police for Rancho Cucamonga and as Assistant Sheriff for San Bernardino County.

Rusty Bailey, Riverside City Council

Ben Johnson” Alvord Board of Education, Riverside



Robert Peppler Undersheriff of San Bernardino County (ret.) and Chairman of the Los Angeles Area High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Program

William Reynolds, Deputy Chief, Riverside County Sheriff’s Dept (ret) and Deputy Director for the Los Angeles High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Program

Robert Taylor, Chief Probation Officer, Los Angeles County. LAPD Commander (Ret.)
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Paul Chabot

on Nov. 22, 2009
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Campaign website: http://www.paulchabot.com
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Paul Chabot

on Nov. 22, 2009
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[b]2001 to 2008:[/b] Navy career and Iraq war Veteran, serving first at the Office of Naval Intelligence, later with the Defense Intelligence Agency, in conjunction with an assignment in the Pentagon working for the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the National Military Command Center assessing immediate national security threats.

[b]1995 to present:[/b] Reserve Deputy Sheriff for the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department with specialized assignments to the narcotics and street gangs division

Chabot also served on the State Parole Board

Campaign website: http://www.paulchabot.com
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Jack Sieglock

on Nov. 19, 2009
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Endorsements:
Assm. Dan Logue (November 19, 2009)
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Justin Blake

on Nov. 19, 2009
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[b]November, 2009:[/b] Blake announced he was running in the Special election for SD 37 after John Benoit was appointed to the Riverside County Board of Supervisors by Gov. Schwarzenegger.
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Bill Emmerson

on Nov. 18, 2009
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[b]November, 2009:[/b] Emmerson announced he would run for the special election for SD 37. The seat will be vacated by John Benoit who was appointed to the Riverside County Board of Supervisors by Gov. Schwarzenegger.
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John J. Benoit

on Nov. 18, 2009
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[b]November, 2009:[/b] Benoit was appointed by Gov. Schwarzenegger to fill a vacant seat on the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. A special election April 13, 2010 will be held to fill the vacancy in SD 37.
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Robert Livengood

on Nov. 18, 2009
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[b]November, 2009:[/b] Livengood dropped out of race for AD 20 and endorsed Garrett Yee. Source: California Target Book
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Linda Ackerman

on Nov. 18, 2009
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[b]November 17, 2009:[/b] Ackerman got 19% of the vote and lost in special election primary to Chris Norby who received 37% of the vote.

[b]October, 2009:[/b] Ackerman officially gets in race to fill Mike Duvall's AD 72 seat in Nov. 17 special election.

Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Fullerton-CA/Linda-Ackerman/152748484812

[b]Sept. 10, 2009:[/b] The Orange County Register reports that Ackerman is considering a run for the Assembly seat vacated by Michael Duvall. Duvall resigned Sept. 9 amid a sex scandal. Source: http://www.totalcapitol.com/?news_id=2441422&redirect=http://totalbuzz.freedomblogging.com/2009/09/10/linda-ackerman-eyes-duvalls-assembly-seat/21501/

Linda Ackerman is the wife of former state Senate Republican leader Dick Ackerman who represented Senate District 33 from 2000 to 2008 after representing Assembly District 72 from 1995 to 2000.
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Doug Hoffner

on Nov. 18, 2009
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[b]November 2009:[/b] replaced by Victoria Bradshaw as secretary of the California Labor and Workforce Development agency

[b]2009:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger as acting secretary of the California Labor and Workforce Development agency
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Doug Hoffner

on Nov. 18, 2009
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[b]November 2009:[/b] replaced by Victoria Bradshaw as secretary of the California Labor and Workforce Development agency

[b]2009:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger as interim secretary of the California Labor and Workforce Development agency
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Etta Waterfield

on Nov. 13, 2009
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[b]since 2003:[/b] Has served as San Luis Obispo Planning Commissioner (Twice as Chair)

[b]1996 - 2003:[/b] Worked for the Santa Maria Economic Development Association

Played a role in bringing the CA Regional Technical Alliance (now CA Spaceport Authority) to San Luis Obispo

Etta Waterfield campaign website: http://www.ettaforassembly.com
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Michael Clare Berryhill

on Nov. 13, 2009
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[b]1983 - current:[/b] Serves on Turlock Irrigation District Board

[b]2005:[/b] Elected to the Ceres School Board.

[b]1970:[/b]Mike and his wife Fran returned to the family ranch in Ceres where Mike joined his dad in working on and managing their 200 acre wine grape operation.

The brother to state legislators Tom and Bill Berryhill

Mike Berryhill campaign website: http://www.berryhillforcongress.com
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Michael Clare Berryhill

on Nov. 13, 2009
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[b]1983 - current[/b] Serves on Turlock Irrigation District Board

[b]2005[/b] Elected to the Ceres School Board.

[b]1970[/b]Mike and his wife Fran returned to the family ranch in Ceres where Mike joined his dad in working on and managing their 200 acre wine grape operation.

campaign website: http://www.berryhillforcongress.com
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Etta Waterfield

on Nov. 13, 2009
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[b]since 2003:[/b] Has served as San Luis Obispo Planning Commissioner (Twice as Chair)

[b]1996 - 2003:[/b] Worked for the Santa Maria Economic Development Association

Played a role in bringing the CA Regional Technical Alliance (now CA Spaceport Authority) to San Luis Obispo
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Victoria L. Bradshaw

on Nov. 13, 2009
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[b]Nov. 13, 2009:[/b] Bradshaw was appointed Secretary of the Labor and Workforce Development Agency (LWDA) by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger
http://www.gov.ca.gov/press-release/13852/

[b]2008:[/b] Bradshaw is chair of the California Economic Strategy Panel, http://www.labor.ca.gov/panel/
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Victoria L. Bradshaw

on Nov. 13, 2009
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[b]Nov. 13 2009:[/b] Bradshaw was appointed Secretary of the Labor and Workforce Development Agency (LWDA) by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger

[b]2008:[/b] Bradshaw is chair of the California Economic Strategy Panel, http://www.labor.ca.gov/panel/
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Victoria L. Bradshaw

on Nov. 13, 2009
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[b]Nov. 13 2009:[/b] Bradshaw was appointed Secretary of the Labor and Workforce Development Agency (LWDA) by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger



[b]2008:[/b] Bradshaw is chair of the California Economic Strategy Panel, http://www.labor.ca.gov/panel/
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Etta Waterfield

on Nov. 13, 2009
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Endorsed by
State Sen. Tony Strickland
Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association

campaign website: http://www.ettaforassembly.com
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Dennis A. Cardoza

on Nov. 13, 2009
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Fundraising according to the 10/19 California Target Book Hot Sheet:
3Q: $122,001
Total receipts: $359,120
Disbursements: 236,311
COH: $452,348
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Michael Clare Berryhill

on Nov. 13, 2009
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campaign website: http://www.berryhillforcongress.com

Fundraising according to the 10/19 California Target Book Hot Sheet:
3Q: $106,544 ($105,000 from candidate)
Total receipts: $106,544
Disbursements: $3,600
COH: $102,944
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Etta Waterfield

on Nov. 13, 2009
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Endorsed by
State Sen. Tony Strickland
Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association
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Michelle Rhee

on Nov. 6, 2009
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[b]November 5, 2009:[/b] Washington Post reported that Rhee was now engaged to Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson.
http://voices.washingtonpost.com/reliable-source/2009/11/michelle_rhee_kevin_johnson_pu.html

[b]February, 2008:[/b] Rhee was a special guest of First Lady Laura Bush at President George W. Bush's 2008 State of the Union address.

[b]June 12, 2007:[/b] District of Columbia Mayor C. Mayor Adrian Fenty chose Rhee to replace superintendent of D.C. public schools Clifford Janey and become the schools' new chancellor.

[b]1997:[/b] Rhee founded the New Teacher Project, a non-profit organization which works with needy school districts to recruit and train new teachers. In ten years, the New Teacher Project has expanded to forty programs in twenty states and recruited more than 10,000 teachers.

Rhee has served on the advisory boards for the National Council on Teacher Quality, National Center for Alternative Certification, and Project REACH.

Rhee taught in Baltimore, Maryland as a recruit of Teach For America for three years. According to her resume, over a two-year period she moved students scoring on average at the 13th percentile on national standardized tests to 90 percent of students scoring at the 90th percentile or higher.


Source: Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michelle_Rhee
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Michelle Rhee

on Nov. 6, 2009
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[b]November 5, 2009:[/b] Washington Post reported that Rhee was now engaged to Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson.

[b]February, 2008:[/b] Rhee was a special guest of First Lady Laura Bush at President George W. Bush's 2008 State of the Union address.

[b]June 12, 2007:[/b] District of Columbia Mayor C. Mayor Adrian Fenty chose Rhee to replace superintendent of D.C. public schools Clifford Janey and become the schools' new chancellor.

[b]1997:[/b] Rhee founded the New Teacher Project, a non-profit organization which works with needy school districts to recruit and train new teachers. In ten years, the New Teacher Project has expanded to forty programs in twenty states and recruited more than 10,000 teachers.

Rhee has served on the advisory boards for the National Council on Teacher Quality, National Center for Alternative Certification, and Project REACH.

Rhee taught in Baltimore, Maryland as a recruit of Teach For America for three years. According to her resume, over a two-year period she moved students scoring on average at the 13th percentile on national standardized tests to 90 percent of students scoring at the 90th percentile or higher.



Source: Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michelle_Rhee
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Chris Norby

on Nov. 5, 2009
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[b]Sept. 9, 2009:[/b] Announced that he would run in eventual special election (Nov. 17, 2009) to fill the AD 72 seat left vacant by Assm. Mike Duvall, who resigned after he was caught on tape discussing affairs with lobbyists. Source: Total Buzz http://totalbuzz.freedomblogging.com/2009/09/09/norby-will-run-for-duvalls-assembly-seat/21335/

Campaign website: http://www.norby10.com/
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Linda Ackerman

on Nov. 5, 2009
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[b]October, 2009:[/b] Ackerman officially gets in race to fill Mike Duvall's AD 72 seat in Nov. 17 special election.

Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Fullerton-CA/Linda-Ackerman/152748484812

[b]Sept. 10, 2009:[/b] The Orange County Register reports that Ackerman is considering a run for the Assembly seat vacated by Michael Duvall. Duvall resigned Sept. 9 amid a sex scandal. Source: http://www.totalcapitol.com/?news_id=2441422&redirect=http://totalbuzz.freedomblogging.com/2009/09/10/linda-ackerman-eyes-duvalls-assembly-seat/21501/

Linda Ackerman is the wife of former state Senate Republican leader Dick Ackerman who represented Senate District 33 from 2000 to 2008 after representing Assembly District 72 from 1995 to 2000.
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Chris Norby

on Nov. 5, 2009
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[b]Sept. 9, 2009:[/b] Announced that he would run in eventual special election (Nov. 17, 2009) to fill the AD 72 seat left vacant by Assm. Mike Duvall, who resigned after he was caught on tape discussing affairs with lobbyists. Source: Total Buzz http://totalbuzz.freedomblogging.com/2009/09/09/norby-will-run-for-duvalls-assembly-seat/21335/
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Carly Fiorina

on Nov. 4, 2009
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[b]Nov. 4, 2009:[/b] Fiorina officially announced her 2010 bid to run against incumbent Barabara Boxer for California's U.S. Senate seat, via her Orange County Register opinion piece: http://www.ocregister.com/articles/work-people-california-2635660-every-government

Campaign links:
Website: http://carlyforca.com/
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/CarlyFiorina

[b]March 2008:[/b] Mentioned for the first time as a possible 2010 California Gubernatorial candidate.
http://www.mercurynews.com/ci_8700557
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Carly Fiorina

on Nov. 4, 2009
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[b]Nov. 4, 2009:[/b] Fiorina officially announced her 2010 bid to run against incumbent Barabara Boxer for Califrornia's U.S. Senate seat, via her Orange County Register Opinion piece: http://www.ocregister.com/articles/work-people-california-2635660-every-government

Campaign links:
Website: http://carlyforca.com/
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/CarlyFiorina

[b]March 2008:[/b] Mentioned for the first time as a possible 2010 California Gubernatorial candidate.
http://www.mercurynews.com/ci_8700557
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Carly Fiorina

on Nov. 4, 2009
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[b]Oct. 4, 2009:[/b] Fiorina officially announced her 2010 bid to run against California Senator Barbara Boxer, via her Orange County Register Opinion piece: http://www.ocregister.com/articles/work-people-california-2635660-every-government

[b]March 2008:[/b] Mentioned for the first time as a possible 2010 California Gubernatorial candidate.
http://www.mercurynews.com/ci_8700557
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Carly Fiorina

on Nov. 4, 2009
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[b]Oct. 4, 2009:[/b] Fiorina officially announced her 2010 bid to run in 2010 against California Senator Barbara Boxer, via her Orange County Register Opinion piece: http://www.ocregister.com/articles/work-people-california-2635660-every-government

[b]March 2008:[/b] Mentioned for the first time as a possible 2010 California Gubernatorial candidate.
http://www.mercurynews.com/ci_8700557
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Carly Fiorina

on Nov. 4, 2009
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[b]Oct. 4, 2009:[/b] Fiorina officially announced her 2010 bid for governor of California, via her Orange County Register Opinion piece: http://www.ocregister.com/articles/work-people-california-2635660-every-government

[b]March 2008:[/b] Mentioned for the first time as a possible 2010 California Gubernatorial candidate.
http://www.mercurynews.com/ci_8700557
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Mike Genest

on Nov. 2, 2009
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[b]Nov. 2, 2009:[/b] Genest announced he will step down as director of the state Department of Finance under Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

[b]December 1, 2005:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger as the Director of California Dept. of Finance, replacing Tom Campbell who left to be the Dean of the Haas School of Business at the University of California.
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Ana J. Matosantos

on Nov. 2, 2009
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[b]November, 2009:[/b] Rumors among Capitol insiders suggest Ana Matosantos could be tapped to replace retiring Dept. of Finance Dir. Mike Genest


[b]April, 2008:[/b] Appointed Chief Deputy Director for Budgets of the California Department of Finance by Governor Schwarzenegger.

[b]2004-2007:[/b] Associate secretary of legislative affairs of the Health and Human Services Agency.
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Ana J. Matosantos

on Nov. 2, 2009
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[b]April, 2008:[/b] Appointed Chief Deputy Director for Budgets of the California Department of Finance by Governor Schwarzenegger.

[b]2004-2007:[/b] Associate secretary of legislative affairs of the Health and Human Services Agency.
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Pete Parra

on Oct. 29, 2009
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[b]October 28, 2009:[/b] In an ongoing battle of families, Pete Parra, the father of former Assemblywoman, Nicole Parra, announced he would run for Assembly District 30 and face Democrat Senator Dean Florez' mother, Fran Florez in the Democratic Primary. Sitting Republican Danny Gilmore has hinted he might not run for re-election.

[b]1996-2008:[/b] Former Kern County Supervisor

Father of former Assemblywoman Nicole Parra
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Pete Parra

on Oct. 29, 2009
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[b]October 28, 2009:[/b] In an ongoing battle of families, Pete Parra, the father of former Assemblywoman, Nicole Parra, announced he would run for Assembly District 30 and face Democrat Senator Dean Florez' mother, Fran Florez in the Democratic Primary. Sitting Republican Danny Gilmore has hinted he might not run for re-election.

Former Kern County Supervisor

Father of former Assembly woman Nicole Parra
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Pete Parra

on Oct. 29, 2009
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[b]October 28, 2009:[/b] In an ongoing battle of families, Pete Parra, the father of former Assemblywoman, Nicole Parra, announced he would run for Assembly District 30 and face Democrat Senator Dean Florez's mother, Fran Florez in the Democratic Primary. Sitting Republican Danny Gilmore has hinted he might not run for re-election.

source: http://people.bakersfield.com/home/Blog/politicsanyone/51186
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Shawn Black

on Oct. 28, 2009
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[b]Oct. 28, 2009:[/b] Black withdrew from race for Assembly District 70, citing fundraising concerns.


[b]Aug. 9, 2009:[/b]
Orange County, California -

Republican State Assembly Candidate Shawn Black and Orange County Republican liaisons hosted a Town Hall meeting and special reception on Saturday, August 8, at the Silver Dream Movie Factory Studio in Laguna Niguel. Shawn discussed current issues regarding Homeland Security, Sacramento Legislation and Grassroots Involvement to an enthusiastic crowd of over 100 concerned Orange County conservatives.

Shawn also introduced Desare` Ferraro, Orange County’s first female campaign manager for a GOP candidate. Recognized as one of the most ambitious volunteer leaders within the OC Republican Party, Desare` has served on various Women-Federated committees, as well as, effortlessly engaged the assistance of Republican women in championing conservative causes. A strategist at heart, Desare` says her “goal is to assist candidate Black with her time, energy and skills so as to reach the maximum potential for his campaign while seeking sterling connections within her scope of influence.” Together, this dynamic duo endeavors to promote a spirit of cohesiveness within the GOP, and with renewed enthusiasm, rekindle the vitality of the Republican Party.
www.ShawnBlack.Com
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Shawn Black

on Oct. 28, 2009
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[b]Oct. 28, 2009:[/b] Black withdrew from race for Assembly District 70, citing fundraising concerns.

Orange County, California (August 9, 2009) -

Republican State Assembly Candidate Shawn Black and Orange County Republican liaisons hosted a Town Hall meeting and special reception on Saturday, August 8, at the Silver Dream Movie Factory Studio in Laguna Niguel. Shawn discussed current issues regarding Homeland Security, Sacramento Legislation and Grassroots Involvement to an enthusiastic crowd of over 100 concerned Orange County conservatives.

Shawn also introduced Desare` Ferraro, Orange County’s first female campaign manager for a GOP candidate. Recognized as one of the most ambitious volunteer leaders within the OC Republican Party, Desare` has served on various Women-Federated committees, as well as, effortlessly engaged the assistance of Republican women in championing conservative causes. A strategist at heart, Desare` says her “goal is to assist candidate Black with her time, energy and skills so as to reach the maximum potential for his campaign while seeking sterling connections within her scope of influence.” Together, this dynamic duo endeavors to promote a spirit of cohesiveness within the GOP, and with renewed enthusiasm, rekindle the vitality of the Republican Party.
www.ShawnBlack.Com
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Shawn Black

on Oct. 28, 2009
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[b]Oct. 28, 2009:[/b] Black withdrew from race for Assembly District 70.

Orange County, California (August 9, 2009) -

Republican State Assembly Candidate Shawn Black and Orange County Republican liaisons hosted a Town Hall meeting and special reception on Saturday, August 8, at the Silver Dream Movie Factory Studio in Laguna Niguel. Shawn discussed current issues regarding Homeland Security, Sacramento Legislation and Grassroots Involvement to an enthusiastic crowd of over 100 concerned Orange County conservatives.

Shawn also introduced Desare` Ferraro, Orange County’s first female campaign manager for a GOP candidate. Recognized as one of the most ambitious volunteer leaders within the OC Republican Party, Desare` has served on various Women-Federated committees, as well as, effortlessly engaged the assistance of Republican women in championing conservative causes. A strategist at heart, Desare` says her “goal is to assist candidate Black with her time, energy and skills so as to reach the maximum potential for his campaign while seeking sterling connections within her scope of influence.” Together, this dynamic duo endeavors to promote a spirit of cohesiveness within the GOP, and with renewed enthusiasm, rekindle the vitality of the Republican Party.
www.ShawnBlack.Com
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Henry Perea

on Oct. 13, 2009
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Current President of the California League of Cities Latino Caucus

[b]2006:[/b] Re-elected to the Fresno City Council.

[b]2005:[/b] Appointed By Gov. Schwarzenegger to the California Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission

[b]2002:[/b] Elected to the Fresno City Council. (Youngest ever to be elected to this Council)

Previously worked for U.S. Representative Cal Dooley
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Henry Perea

on Oct. 13, 2009
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Current President of the California League of Cities Latino Caucus

[b]2006:[/b] Re-elected to the Fresno City Council.

[b]2005:[/b]Appointed By Gov. Schwarzenegger to the California Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission

[b]2002:[/b] Elected to the Fresno City Council. (Youngest ever to be elected to this Council.)

Previously worked for U.S. Representative Cal Dooley
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Henry Perea

on Oct. 13, 2009
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Current President of the California League of Cities Latino Caucus

[b]2006:[/b] Re-elected to the Fresno City Council.

[b]2005:[/b]Appointed By Gov. Schwarzenegger to the California Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission

[b]2002:[/b] Elected to the Fresno City Council.

Previously worked for U.S. Representative Cal Dooley
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Henry Perea

on Oct. 13, 2009
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[b]2002:[/b] Elected to the Fresno City Council

Current President of the California League of Cities Latino Caucus

[b]2005:[/b]Appointed By Gov. Schwarzenegger to the California Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission

Previously worked for U.S. Representative Cal Dooley
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Henry Perea

on Oct. 13, 2009
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[b]2002:[\b] Elected to the Fresno City Council

Current President of the California League of Cities Latino Caucus

[b]2005:[\b]Appointed By Gov. Schwarzenegger to the California Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission

Previously worked for U.S. Representative Cal Dooley
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Linda Ackerman

on Sept. 11, 2009
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[b]Sept. 10, 2009:[/b] The Orange County Register reports that Ackerman is considering a run for the Assembly seat vacated by Michael Duvall. Duvall resigned Sept. 9 amid a sex scandal. Source: http://www.totalcapitol.com/?news_id=2441422&redirect=http://totalbuzz.freedomblogging.com/2009/09/10/linda-ackerman-eyes-duvalls-assembly-seat/21501/

Linda Ackerman is the wife of former state Senate Republican leader Dick Ackerman who represented Senate District 33 from 2000 to 2008 after representing Assembly District 72 from 1995 to 2000.
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Dick Ackerman

on Sept. 11, 2009
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[b]February 25, 2009:[/b] Nossaman LLP law firm announced Ackerman as their newest partner. Ackerman will likely work out of their Orange County office.
OC Register: http://totalbuzz.freedomblogging.com/2009/02/25/dick-ackermans-new-job/13715/

[b]April 15, 2008:[/b] Sen. David Cogdill (R-SD14) succeeded Ackerman as as the Senate Republican leader. Cogdill was elected to the post by his peers on Feb. 20, 2008, soon after Prop. 93 was defeated which would force Ackerman to retire from the legislature in December 2008.

[b]Feb. 5, 2008:[/b] Voters rejected Proposition 93, the term limits initiative. In doing so Ackerman's 2008 term limit was not extended.

[b]2007 - Feb. 2008:[/b] Ackerman was a state co-chair, along with Tony Strickland, for Mitt Romney's California leadership team. The team was part of Romney's campaign for the Republican nomination for president. Romney dropped out of the race in February 2008.

[b]2000 - 2008:[/b] Represented California State Senate District 33

[b]1995 - 2000:[/b] Represented California State Assembly District 72
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Linda Ackerman

on Sept. 11, 2009
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[b]Sept. 10, 2009:[/b] The Orange County Register reports that Ackerman is considering a run for the Assembly seat vacated by Michael Duvall. Duvall resigned Sept. 9 amid a sex scandal. Source: http://www.totalcapitol.com/?news_id=2441422&redirect=http://totalbuzz.freedomblogging.com/2009/09/10/linda-ackerman-eyes-duvalls-assembly-seat/21501/

Linda Ackerman is the wife of former state Senate Republican leader Dick Ackerman who represented Senate District 33 from 2000 to 2008 after his time in the Assembly from 1995 to 2000.
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Matt Szabo

on Sept. 11, 2009
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[b]Sept. 11, 2009:[/b] Szabo was elevated to deputy chief of staff for Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.
Source: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2009/09/more-staff-shuffles-as-villaraigosa-names-city-hall-veteran-to-deputy-chief-of-staff-post-.html

Szabo previously worked as the Mayor's senior press secretary, as spokesman for former City Atty. Rocky Delgadillo, and as a legislative and communications director for then-Councilwoman Wendy Greuel.
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Matt Szabo

on Sept. 11, 2009
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[b]Sept. 11, 2009:[/b] Szabo was elevated to deputy chief of staff for Antonio Villaraigosa,
Source: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2009/09/more-staff-shuffles-as-villaraigosa-names-city-hall-veteran-to-deputy-chief-of-staff-post-.html

Szabo previously worked as the Mayor's senior press secretary, as spokesman for former City Atty. Rocky Delgadillo, and as a legislative and communications director for then-Councilwoman Wendy Greuel.
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Chris Norby

on Sept. 9, 2009
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[b]Sept. 9, 2009:[/b] Announced that he would run in eventual special election to fill the AD 72 seat left vacant by Assm. Mike Duvall, who resigned after he was caught on tape discussing affairs with lobbyists. Source: Total Buzz http://totalbuzz.freedomblogging.com/2009/09/09/norby-will-run-for-duvalls-assembly-seat/21335/
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Chris Norby

on Sept. 9, 2009
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[b]Sept. 9, 2009:[/b] Announced that he would run in eventual special election to fill the AD 72 seat left vacant by Assm. Mike Duvall. Source: Total Buzz http://totalbuzz.freedomblogging.com/2009/09/09/norby-will-run-for-duvalls-assembly-seat/21335/
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Emanuel Pleitez

on July 19, 2009
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[b]Jul. 6, 2008:[/b] After losing special election for CD 32, Pleitez mentioned for second stint as L.A. Mayor staffer: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/MayorSamsSisterCity-HomeOfLosAngelesPolitics/~3/bat2CftknXM/will-emanuel-pleitez-find-employment-on.html

[b]Jan. 9, 2008:[/b] Pleitez is expected to enter the race for 32nd Congressional District in a special election to replace Rep. Hilda Solis.


Pleitez serves as a member of the Obama-Biden Transition Team for the Treasury Department. He previously worked in the offices of then-Los Angeles City Councilmember Antonio Villaraigosa and under U.S. Senators Tom Daschle and Hillary Clinton on the Senate Democratic Steering and Coordination Committee.

Pleitez has worked as a Financial Analyst in the Securities Division at Goldman Sachs and currently resides in El Sereno.

Pleitez was born and raised in the Eastside of Los Angeles. He graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School in El Sereno and earned his B.A. from Stanford University.
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Martin Monica

on July 13, 2009
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[b]2000 - 2009:[/b] Published articles on community policing, domestic violence and ethics

Also a teacher
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Renea Wickman

on July 13, 2009
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[b]2007-08:[/b] 41st Congressional District Coordinator for President Barack Obama's campaign.

[b]1999:[/b] Co-founded Holistic Healing for Youth, a nonprofit organization designed help build productive and law-abiding citizens. Has served as Executive Director ever since.
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Renea Wickman

on July 13, 2009
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[b]2007-08:[/b] 41st Congressional District Coordinator for President Barack Obama's campaign.

[b]1999:[\b] Co-founded Holistic Healing for Youth, a nonprofit organization designed help build productive and law-abiding citizens. Has served as Executive Director ever since.
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Renea Wickman

on July 13, 2009
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[b]July 6, 2009:[/b] Announced her intent to run for Assembly District 63 in 2010
Source: Redlands Daily Facts http://www.redlandsdailyfacts.com/ci_12765384

Campaign Manager: Barb Frantonius
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Richard Pan

on July 12, 2009
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[b]July, 2009:[/b] Pan filed a Statement of Intent to run for AD 5, which incumbent Republican Roger Niello must give up in 2010 due to term limits
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Anthony Woods

on July 12, 2009
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[b]July, 2009:[/b] Target Book reported that Woods claimed he raised more than $100,000 from 800 donors in last two months. http://www.anthonywoodsforcongress.com/home.html
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Francine Busby

on July 3, 2009
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[b]June, 2009:[/b] Announced that she will run again in 2010 for CD 50. She also ran against Brian Bilbray in 2006.

[b]June 29, 2009:[/b] Busby held a fundraiser that ended in police and pepper spray: http://www3.signonsandiego.com/stories/2009/jun/30/incident-busby-fundraiser-under-review/
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Jerry McNerney

on July 3, 2009
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Endorsements:
Steve Bestolarides, San Joaquin County Supervisor
Larry Ruhstaller, San Joaquin County Supervisor
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Brad Goehring

on July 3, 2009
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Goehring owns and operates Goehring Vineyards, Inc.

Goehring serves as Director at Large for the San Joaquin County Farm Bureau and as a national spokesman for the CA Farm Bureau's work on the Clean Water Act.
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Brad Goehring

on July 3, 2009
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Brad Goehring

on July 3, 2009
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[b]June, 2009:[/b] Goehring declared his candidacy for the 2010 Republican primary contest in the 11th Congressional District. Republican consultant Carl Fogliani (Fogliani Strategies) has been hired to manage the campaign.
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Warren Rupf

on July 3, 2009
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[b]June, 2009:[/b] announced that he would not run for congress next year.

According to the California Target Book,
Rupf had recently traveled to Washington, D.C. to meet with staffers at the National Republican Congressional Committee to discuss his possible candidacy in CD11 or CD10.
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Jerry Azevedo

on June 29, 2009
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Specializes in workers' compensation reforms and tax reforms such as Single Sales Factor.

Public Relations expert for APCO Worldwide since 1998.
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Lanhee Chen

on June 25, 2009
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[b]2009:[/b] Hired as Deputy campaign manager for Steve Poizner for Governor Campaign

[b]2007 - 2008:[/b] Consultant to the Mitt Romney for President campaign
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Lanhee Chen

on June 25, 2009
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[b]2009:[/b] Hired as Deputy campaign manager for Steve Poizner for Governor Campaign

[b]2007 - 2008:[\b] Consultant to the Mitt Romney for President campaign
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Bonnie Lowenthal

on June 17, 2009
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[b]November, 2008:[/b] Elected to State Assembly (AD 54)

Lowenthal was Vice Mayor of Long Beach

She is the former wife of Sen. Alan Lowenthal
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Curren Price

on June 13, 2009
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[b]June 9, 2009:[/b] Took the oath of office to fill Mark Ridley-Thomas' vacated Senate District 26 seat after Price won a May 19 special election. The seat was vacated by Ridley-Thomas after being elected to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
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Jean Fuller

on June 13, 2009
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[b]June, 2009:[/b] Filed a Statement of Intention to run for Senate District 10 (SD 10). The sitting Senator Roy Ashburn is "term limited" in 2010. Fuller was quoted in the Bakersfield Californian that she “doesn't know if she'll seek the post or run for a third and final two-year Assembly term in 2010": http://www.bakersfield.com/news/local/x820007420/Potential-Assembly-candidate-surfaces
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Jean Fuller

on June 13, 2009
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[b]June, 2009:[/b] Filed a Statement of Intention to run for Senate District 10 (SD 10). The sitting Senator Roy Ashburn is "term limited" in 2010. Fuller was quoted in the Bakersfield Californian that she “doesn't know if she'll seek the post or run for a third and final two-year Assembly term in 2010": http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/tbc619/~3/eET0r_z0yU8/Potential-Assembly-candidate-surfaces
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Sunne Wright McPeak

on June 10, 2009
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[b]June 10, 2009:[/b] Mentioned as possible 2010 gubernatorial candidate.
Source: SF Chronicle http://feeds.sfgate.com/click.phdo?i=d40684b45a8a4216d1c20a410dd72551

[b]2005:[/b] Hired as President and CEO of the California Emerging Technology Fund

[b]November, 2003:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Schwarzenegger as Secretary of Business, Transportation

[b]1997 - 2003:[/b] President and CEO of the Bay Area Council
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Sunne Wright McPeak

on June 10, 2009
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[b]June 10, 2009:[/b] Mentioned as possible 2010 gubernatorial candidate.
Source: SF Chronicle http://feeds.sfgate.com/click.phdo?i=d40684b45a8a4216d1c20a410dd72551
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Adam Keigwin

on June 8, 2009
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[b]2009:[/b] Chief of Staff for Senator Leland Yee

[b]2008:[/b] Communications director for Senator Leland Yee
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Stan DiOrio

on June 6, 2009
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[b]2007 - 2008:[/b] DiOrio served as Chief of Staff in the Capitol office of Assemblymember Warren Furutani (AD55)
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Gino DiCaro

on June 3, 2009
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[b]1996 - current:[/b] Vice President of communications for the California Manufacturers & Technology Assn

[b]1995:[/b] staffer for Pete Wilson for President campaign(Arizona office)

[b]1995:[/b] staffer for Steve Forbes for President campaign (Arizona office)

[b]1993 - '94:[/b] Intern for U.S. Sen. John McCain (Washington DC and Arizona)

(Co-owns TotalCapitol.com)

Married to lobbyist, Christina DiCaro http://totalcapitol.com/?people_id=232
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Mike Stoker

on June 2, 2009
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[b]2000:[/b] Stoker, a pro-choice moderate, lost his race for Congressional District 22 against incumbent Lois Capps. Republicans spent a lot of money targeting this race.

[b]1996-1998:[/b] Deputy Secretary of State under Bill Jones

[b]1995-1996:[/b] Chair of the California Agricultural Labor Relations Board (Pete Wilson appointee)

[b]1986-1994:[/b] Santa Barbara County Supervisor
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Mike Stoker

on June 2, 2009
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[b]May, 2009:[/b] According to the TargetBook, Stoker has e-mailed his friend saying that he will file a Statement of Intent to run for Assembly District 35.
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Mike Stoker

on June 2, 2009
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[b]2000:[/b] Stoker, a pro-choice moderate, lost his race for Congressional District 22 against incumbent Lois Capps. Republicans spent a lot of money targeting this race.

[b]1996-1998:[/b] Deputy Secretary of State under Bill Jones

[b]1995-1996:[/b] Chair of the California Agricultural Labor Relations Board (Wilson appointee)

[b]1986-1994:[/b] Santa Barbara County Supervisor
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Mike Stoker

on June 2, 2009
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[b]May, 2009:[/b] Filed a Statement of Intent to run for Assembly District 35.
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Jamie de La Cruz

on June 2, 2009
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[b]2006:[/b] Elected to the San Benito County Board of Supervisors (current chair)

[b]2002-2006:[/b] Member of the San Benito County Water District Board.
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Jamie de La Cruz

on June 2, 2009
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[b]May, 2009:[/b] Filed a Statement of Intent to run fro Assembly District 28.
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David Harmer

on June 2, 2009
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[b]2009:[/b] Harmer, son of former Lt. Gov./Senate Republican Leader, John Harmer, announced that he will run in the Special Election for Congressional District 10 (Likely being vacated by Congresswoman Ellen Tauscher who is awaiting confirmation as Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security)

[b]1997:[/b] Established legal practice as in-house counsel for several major financial companies.

[b]1996:[/b] Ran unsuccessfully for Congress in Utah's 2nd District to replace Rep. Enid Greene Waldholtz, for whom Harmer served as chief of staff and campaign manager.
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Ellen O. Tauscher

on June 2, 2009
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[b]March 17, 2009:[/b] President Obama's administration said Tauscher is their choice for a State Department post on arms control. The position would make Tauscher a senior adviser to the president and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton. Tauscher supported Clinton in the 2008 Democratic primary election. Tauscher is awaiting a June 9, 2009 Senate confirmation hearing. If Tauscher is appointed, a special election would be held to replace her for the rest of her two-year term ending January 2011.
Sources:
AP: http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/T/TAUSCHER_STATE
MediaNews: http://www.contracostatimes.com/ci_11936788
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Mark DeSaulnier

on June 2, 2009
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[b]June, 2009:[/b] The Contra Costa County Central Labor Council, which represents 90 unions, endorsed DeSaulnier in the upcoming likely special election for Congressional District 10 (Will be vacated by Congresswoman Ellen Tauscher if she is confirmed on June 9)
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Ellen O. Tauscher

on June 2, 2009
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Cong. ELLEN TAUSCHER, who was nominated by Pres. Obama to be Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security, will have a confirmation hearing on Tuesday, June 9 before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. A Special Election will be called upon her confirmation and resignation of her seat.


[b]March 17, 2009:[/b] President Obama's administration said Tauscher is their choice for a State Department post on arms control. The position would make Tauscher a senior adviser to the president and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton. Tauscher supported Clinton in the 2008 Democratic primary election. Tauscher is awaiting a June 9, 2009 Senate confirmation hearing. If Tauscher is appointed, a special election would be held to replace her for the rest of her two-year term ending January 2011.
Sources:
AP: http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/T/TAUSCHER_STATE
MediaNews: http://www.contracostatimes.com/ci_11936788
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Dennis Albiani

on June 2, 2009
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[b]2008:[/b] Elected to the Cosumnes Community Services District Board.

[b]2005 - 06:[/b] Deputy Legislative Secretary for resources, energy, food & agriculture and Cal EPA for Gov. Schwarzenegger

[b]2003 - 04:[/b] California Food and Agriculture Deputy Secretary under Gov. Gray Davis
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Michelle Orrock

on June 2, 2009
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[b]2008:[/b] Elected to the Cosumnes Community Services District Board.

[b]2007:[/b] Hired as the California communications director for the National Federation of Independent Business.
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Michelle Orrock

on June 2, 2009
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[b]2008:[/b] Elected to the Cosumnes Community Services District Board.


[b]2007:[/b] Hired as the statewide California communications director for the National Federation of Independent Business.
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Francisco Dominguez

on June 1, 2009
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[b]2009:[/b] A public affairs consultant and Gilroy School Board member.

A former field representative to Assemblyman John Vasconcellos.

Dominguez was also a school board member for over eight years in the Oxnard School District.
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Nora Campos

on June 1, 2009
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[b]2001:[/b] Elected to San Jose City Council
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Paul Koretz

on May 31, 2009
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[b]May, 2009:[/b] Koretz claimed victory in a close race against David Vahedi for Los Angeles City Council.
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Rex Gutierrez

on May 31, 2009
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[b]May, 2009:[/b] Arrested on suspicion of grand theft and misappropriation of public funds. The two felony charges stem from accusations that Gutierrez was one of a group of employees under former Assessor Bill Postmus that did political work instead of conducting government business. Source: Press-Enterprise story http://www.pe.com/localnews/inland/stories/PE_News_Local_S_webarrest.2254aa5.html
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James Lau

on May 31, 2009
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[b]2009:[/b] Chair of the AD53 Democratic Central Committee

[b]2009:[/b] Executive director of the California League of Conservation Voters Education Fund

[b]2004:[/b] Field organizer for the John Kerry for President campaign

[b]2000-2001:[/b] Legislative director for Assemblyman Jerome Horton

[b]1997-2000:[/b] Policy consultant for state Senator Teresa Hughes
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Jack Sieglock

on May 31, 2009
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Sieglock owns a public affairs and government relations firm.

[b]Jan. 2003 - Dec. 2006:[/b] San Joaquin County Supervisor, District 4

Sieglock served ten years on the Lodi City Council, including two stints as Mayor. Source: FlashReport.org http://flashreport.org/commentary0b.php?postID=2008091021534136
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James Shelby

on May 31, 2009
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[b]2007:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Schwarzenegger to the state Workforce Investment Board

[b]1996:[/b] Elected to Citrus Heights City Council
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Andrew Pugno

on May 31, 2009
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Pugno is the chief attorney for www.ProtectMarriage.com, the leading group behind 2008's Proposition 8 campaign to ban gay marriage.

[b]2000:[/b] Served as the chief attorney for the committee in favor of Proposition 22, sponsored by Knight, which defined marriage as being only between a man and a woman.

Before starting his own firm, Pugno practiced law with a downtown Sacramento law firm and served as an assistant city attorney for several Sacramento-area cities.

[b]1995:[/b] At the age of 22, Pugno worked for Assemblyman Pete Knight.
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Andrew Pugno

on May 31, 2009
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Pugno is the chief attorney for www.ProtectMarriage.com, the leading group behind 2008's Proposition 8 campaign to ban gay marriage.

[b]2000:[/b] Served as the chief attorney for the committee in favor of Proposition 22, sponsored by Knight, which defined marriage as being only between a man and a woman.

Before starting his own firm, Pugno practiced law with a downtown Sacramento law firm and served as an assistant city attorney for several Sacramento-area cities.

[b]1995:[/b] At the age of 22, Pugno went to work for the late then-Assemblyman Pete Knight.
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Lawrence Miles

on May 25, 2009
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[b]Since 1980:[/b] Owner of the Miles Law Firm

[b]2004:[/b] Elected to the San Juan USD Board of Education

Was a CORO Fellow in Public Affairs
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John Shoals

on May 25, 2009
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[b]Since 1987:[/b] City Planner with the cities of Atascadero, Santa Maria and San Luis Obispo.

[b]1980 - 1983:[/b] Member of the Cal Poly San Luis Obispo's men's basketball team before graduating with a B.S. in City and Regional Planning from Cal Poly's School of Architecture of Environmental Design.
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John Shoals

on May 25, 2009
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[b]Since 1994:[/b] City Planner with the cities of Atascadero, Santa Maria and San Luis Obispo.

[b]1980 - 1983:[/b] Member of the Cal Poly San Luis Obispo's men's basketball team before graduating with a B.S. in City and Regional Planning from Cal Poly's School of Architecture of Environmental Design.
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Hilda Zacarias

on May 25, 2009
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[b]Since 2006:[/b] City Councilmember and Mayor Pro Tem in the City of Santa Maria.

A former public accountant and educator at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
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Khatchik Achadjian

on May 25, 2009
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[b]Since 2006:[/b] Director of Santa Lucia Bancorp in Atascadero. Also owns many service stations.

[b]June 3, 2006:[/b] Appointed to Coastal Commission

[b]Since 1998:[/b] County Supervisor of San Luis Obispo
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Matt Kokkonen

on May 25, 2009
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Owns and operates the Matt Kokkonen Agency - A financial consulting firm in San Luis Obispo

An elected member of the San Luis Obispo County Republican Central Committee

Past President of the California Central Coast Chapter of Financial Service Professionals

Past President of the San Luis Obispo County Chapter of the Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors.

[b]2003:[/b] Served as 33rd District Co-Chair of the Recall Gray Davis campaign
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Matt Kokkonen

on May 25, 2009
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[b]2009:[/b] Likely running for Assembly District 33 in 2010.
Source: http://www.sanluisobispo.com/news/local/story/729398.html
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Matt Kokkonen

on May 25, 2009
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Khatchik Achadjian

on May 25, 2009
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[b]2009:[/b] Likely running for Assembly District 33 in 2010.
Source: http://www.sanluisobispo.com/news/local/story/729398.html
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Khatchik Achadjian

on May 25, 2009
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Etta Waterfield

on May 25, 2009
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[b]since 2003:[/b] Has served as San Luis Obispo Planning Commissioner (Twice as Chair)

[b]1996 - 2003:[/b] Worked for the Santa Maria Economic Development Association
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Matt Kokkonen

on May 25, 2009
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[b]2009:[/b] Likely running for Assembly District 33 in 2010.
Source: http://www.sanluisobispo.com/news/local/story/729398.html
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Khatchik Achadjian

on May 25, 2009
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[b]2009:[/b] Likely running for Assembly District 33 in 2010.
Source: http://www.sanluisobispo.com/news/local/story/729398.html
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Matt Kokkonen

on May 25, 2009
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[b]2009:[/b] Likely running for Assembly District 33 in 2010.
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Emmanuel Ogunleye

on May 25, 2009
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CEO of Disability Evaluation Services and former Regional Social Security Administrator.

[b]2006:[/b] Lost to Mark DeSaulnier in Democratic Primary race for Assembly District 11.
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Emmanuel Ogunleye

on May 25, 2009
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CEO of Disability Evaluation Services and former Regional Social Security Administrator.

[b]2006:[/b] Lost to Mark Desaulnier in Democratic Primary race for Assembly District 11.
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Gabriella Holt

on May 24, 2009
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[b]May 20, 2009:[/b] Holt, CEO of Citizens for California Reform, filed part-time legislature initiative.
Source: http://blogs.kqed.org/capitalnotes/2009/05/20/part-time-legislature-initiative-filed/

[b]November, 2008:[/b] Lost Assembly District 54 race to Bonnie Lowenthal.
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Zachary Coile

on May 11, 2009
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[b]April, 2009:[/b] Hired as communications director for U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer
Source:http://feeds.sfgate.com/click.phdo?i=e754825c74f41780fe94b28546f6ddf4

[b]2005 - 2009:[/b]San Francisco Chronicle reporter
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Zachary Coile

on May 11, 2009
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[b]April, 2009:[/b] Hired as communications director for the Barbara Boxer for Senate campaign
Source:http://feeds.sfgate.com/click.phdo?i=e754825c74f41780fe94b28546f6ddf4

[b]2005 - 2009:[/b]San Francisco Chronicle reporter
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Mary Anne Ostrom

on May 11, 2009
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[b]April, 2009:[/b]Hired as communications director for Meg Whitman for Governor campaign
Source: http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/021417.html?mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert

[b]2005 - 2009:[/b] Reporter for San Jose Mercury News
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Louis Caldera

on May 9, 2009
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[b]May, 2009:[/b] Resigned as White House Military Office Director after he approved a low-level Air Force One flyover through New York City and by the Statue of Liberty for a photo opportunity.
http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-air-force-one9-2009may09,3,4566881.story


[b]2003 - 2006:[/b] President of the University of New Mexico

[b]July 2, 1998 - January 20, 2001:[/b] served as U.S. Secretary of the Army

[b]1992 - 1997:[/b] California State Assemblyman (Succeeded by Gil Cedillo)
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Louis Caldera

on May 9, 2009
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[b]May, 2009:[/b] Resigned as White House Military Office Director after he approved a low-level Air Force One flyover through New York City and by the Statue of Liberty for a photo opportunity.
http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-air-force-one9-2009may09,3,4566881.story


[b]2003 - 2006:[/b] President of the University of New Mexico

[b]July 2, 1998 - January 20, 2001:[/b] served as U.S. Secretary of the Army.

[b]1992 - 1997:[/b] California State Assemblyman (Succeeded by Gil Cedillo)
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Joan Buchanan

on May 3, 2009
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[b]April 23, 2009:[/b] Buchanan announced her plans to run for the 10th Congressional District in a prospective race to replace Rep. Ellen Tauscher. Tauscher was appointed to a State Department post by President Barack Obama and will vacate her seat pending U.S. Senate confirmation.
Source: http://www.insidebayarea.com/oaklandtribune/localnews/ci_12210974?source=rss

Buchanan's campaign website: http://www.joanbuchanan.com/


[b]July 6, 2007:[/b] Buchanan entered the race for the Democratic nomination in the 2008 election for Assembly District 15.
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Joan Buchanan

on May 3, 2009
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[b]April, 2009:[/b] Buchanan announced her plans to run for the 10th Congressional District in a prospective race to replace Rep. Ellen Tauscher. Tauscher was appointed to a State Department post by President Barack Obama and will vacate her seat pending U.S. Senate confirmation.
Source: http://www.insidebayarea.com/oaklandtribune/localnews/ci_12210974?source=rss

Buchanan's campaign website: http://www.joanbuchanan.com/


[b]July 6, 2007:[/b] Buchanan entered the race for the Democratic nomination in the 2008 election for Assembly District 15.
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Joan Buchanan

on May 3, 2009
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[b]April, 2009:[/b] Buchanan announced her plans to run for the 10th Congressional District in a prospective race to replace Rep. Ellen Tauscher. Tauscher was appointed to a State Department post by President Barack Obama and will vacate her seat pending U.S. Senate confirmation.
Source: http://www.insidebayarea.com/oaklandtribune/localnews/ci_12210974?source=rss

Buchanan's campaign website: http://www.joanbuchanan.com/



[b]July 6, 2007:[/b] Buchanan entered the race for the Democratic nomination in the 2008 election for Assembly District 15.
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Joan Buchanan

on May 3, 2009
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[b]April, 2009:[/b] Buchanan announced her plans to run for the 10th Congressional District in a prospective race to replace Rep. Ellen Tauscher. Tauscher was appointed to a State Department post by President Barack Obama and will vacate her seat pending U.S. Senate confirmation.
Source: http://www.insidebayarea.com/oaklandtribune/localnews/ci_12210974?source=rss

Buchanan's campaign website: http://www.joanbuchanan.com/



[b]July 6, 2007:[/b] Buchanan entered the race for the Democratic nomination in the 2008 election for Assembly District 15.
Buchanan's campaign website: http://www.joanbuchanan.com/
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Joan Buchanan

on May 3, 2009
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[b]April, 2009:[/b] Buchanan announced her plans to run for the 10th Congressional District in a special election to replace Rep. Ellen Tauscher. Tauscher was appointed to a State Department post by President Barack Obama and will vacate her seat pending U.S. Senate confirmation.
Source: http://www.insidebayarea.com/oaklandtribune/localnews/ci_12210974?source=rss

Buchanan's campaign website: http://www.joanbuchanan.com/



[b]July 6, 2007:[/b] Buchanan entered the race for the Democratic nomination in the 2008 election for Assembly District 15.
Buchanan's campaign website: http://www.joanbuchanan.com/
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Joan Buchanan

on May 3, 2009
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April, 2009: Buchanan announced her plans to run for the 10th Congressional District in a special election to replace Rep. Ellen Tauscher. Tauscher was appointed to a State Department post by President Barack Obama and will vacate her seat pending U.S. Senate confirmation.
Source: http://www.insidebayarea.com/oaklandtribune/localnews/ci_12210974?source=rss

Buchanan's campaign website: http://www.joanbuchanan.com/


[b]July 6, 2007:[/b] Buchanan entered the race for the Democratic nomination in the 2008 election for Assembly District 15.
Buchanan's campaign website: http://www.joanbuchanan.com/
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Dan Dunmoyer

on May 1, 2009
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[b]April 2009:[/b] Dunmoyer appointed by Schwarzenegger to the CalPERS Board.
Source: http://www.sacbee.com/politics/story/1825324.html?mi_rss=State%2520Politics

[b]December 2008:[/b] Dunmoyer hired to a national, executive position as Head of State Legislative and Regulatory Affairs for Farmers Insurance and Zurich Financial Services in the United States.

[b]December 2005 - October 2008:[/b] Dunmoyer was deputy chief of staff and cabinet secretary under Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. Dunmoyer was replaced by Victoria Bradshaw.

[b]1989-2005: [/b] Dunmoyer worked at the insurance lobby Personal Insurance Federation of California. He served as PIFC president and CEO from 1996-2005.


Previously Dunmoyer worked in the California State Legislature where his service included Chief Administrative Officer for the State Assembly Republican Caucus; and as the Senior Consultant for the Assembly Finance and Insurance Committee.

[b]Sources:[/b]
http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/show/dan-dunmoyer-former-top-aide,662065.shtml
http://www.capitolweekly.net/article.php?xid=xmtjc33qgdpese
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Dan Dunmoyer

on May 1, 2009
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[b]December 2008:[/b] Dunmoyer appointed by Schwarzenegger to the CalPERS Board.
Source: http://www.sacbee.com/politics/story/1825324.html?mi_rss=State%2520Politics

[b]December 2008:[/b] Dunmoyer hired to a national, executive position as Head of State Legislative and Regulatory Affairs for Farmers Insurance and Zurich Financial Services in the United States.

[b]December 2005 - October 2008:[/b] Dunmoyer was deputy chief of staff and cabinet secretary under Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. Dunmoyer was replaced by Victoria Bradshaw.

[b]1989-2005: [/b] Dunmoyer worked at the insurance lobby Personal Insurance Federation of California. He served as PIFC president and CEO from 1996-2005.


Previously Dunmoyer worked in the California State Legislature where his service included Chief Administrative Officer for the State Assembly Republican Caucus; and as the Senior Consultant for the Assembly Finance and Insurance Committee.

[b]Sources:[/b]
http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/show/dan-dunmoyer-former-top-aide,662065.shtml
http://www.capitolweekly.net/article.php?xid=xmtjc33qgdpese
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Joe Patterson

on April 29, 2009
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[b]2009[/b]: Legislative director for Assemblymember Martin Garrick

Formerly a legislative assistant for Assemblymember Kevin Jeffries
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Al Lundeen

on April 29, 2009
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[b]2009:[/b] Hired as a spokesman for the California Department of Public Health.

[b]Dec., 2007:[/b] Hired as California State Lottery Press Secretary

Former media consultant for Woodward McDowell
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Phil Angelides

on April 28, 2009
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[b]April 28, 2009[/b] The California Target Book reports that Angelides is taking a serous look at running against incumbent Republican Congressman Dan Lungren (CD 10).
http://www.californiatargetbook.com

[b]2006:[/b] California Gubernatorial candidate

[b]1999-2007[/b] California State Treasurer
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Phil Angelides

on April 28, 2009
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Phil Angelides

on April 28, 2009
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[b]April 28, 2009[/b] The California Target Book reports that Angelides is taking a serous look at running against incumbent Republican Congressman Dan Lungren (CD 10).
http://www.californiatargetbook.com
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Phil Angelides

on April 28, 2009
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[b]April 28, 2009[/b] The California Target Book reports that Angelides is taking a serous look at running against incumbent Republican Congressman Dan Lungren (CD 10).
www.californiatargetbook.com
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Phil Angelides

on April 28, 2009
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[b]2006:[/b] California Gubernatorial candidate

[b]1999-2007[/b] California State Treasurer
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Phil Angelides

on April 28, 2009
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[b]2006[/b]California Gubernatorial candidate

[b]1999-2007[/b] California State Treasurer
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Phil Angelides

on April 28, 2009
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[b]April 28, 2009[/b] The California Target Book reports that Angelides is taking a serous look at running against incumbent Republican Congressman Dan Lungren.
www.californiatargetbook.com
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Russell Lowery

on April 21, 2009
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[b]April, 2009:[/b] Hired as top aide to Senate Republican Caucus
Source: Press Enterprise http://blogs.pe.com/ballotwatch/2009/04/inland-lawmakers-top-aide-to-h.html

[b]2002-2008:[/b] Chief of staff to Sen. Bob Dutton
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Russell Lowery

on April 21, 2009
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[b]April, 2009:[/b] Hired as top aide to Senate Republican Caucus

[b]2002-2008:[/b] Chief of staff to Sen. Bob Dutton
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Dan Pellissier

on April 16, 2009
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[b]2000-2006:[/b] Chief of Staff to Assemblyman Keith Richman

[b]1999-2000:[/b] Chief consultant to California Assembly Republican Leader Scott Baugh

[b]1997-1999:[/b] Communications director for the public relations firm, Stoorza, Ziegaus, Metzger & Hunt

[b]1994-1997:[/b] Assistant secretary for communications for Cal/EPA from 1994 to 1997

[b]1989-1994:[/b] Legislative administrator for the Southern California Gas Company
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Keith Richman

on April 16, 2009
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[b]April, 2009:[/b] Underwent surgery for brain cancer at UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center. Source: Dan Pellissiere

[b]2006:[/b] Ran for California State Senator but defeated by Bill Lockyer

[b]2000 - 2006:[/b] California State Assemblyman (served as Vice Chairman of the Utilities and Commerce Committee and key legislative measures included HMO reform, bioterrorism preparedness, a statewide energy policy framework, workers' compensation system reforms and expanding access to medical care for all Californians)

Richman is a Doctor and Business owner
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Keith Richman

on April 16, 2009
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2009: Underwent surgery for brain cancer at UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center. Source: Dan Pellissiere

2006: Ran for California State Senator but defeated by Bill Lockyer

2000 - 2006: California State Assemblyman (served as Vice Chairman of the Utilities and Commerce Committee and key legislative measures included HMO reform, bioterrorism preparedness, a statewide energy policy framework, workers' compensation system reforms and expanding access to medical care for all Californians)

Richman is a Doctor and Business owner
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Darci Sears

on April 14, 2009
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[b]2005 - 2008:[/b] Former Legislative Director for Assm. Gene Mullin
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Jennifer Gibbons

on March 12, 2009
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[b]2008 - current:[/b] Gibbons is press secretary for Assemblyman Mike Villines.
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Alicia Trost

on March 5, 2009
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[b]2008-current:[/b]Press Secretary fro Senate Majority Leader Darrell Steinberg

[b]2000-2008:[/b] Press Secretary for State Senator, and Majority Leader, Don Perata
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Dick Ackerman

on Feb. 26, 2009
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[b]February 25, 2009:[/b] Nossaman LLP law firm announced Ackerman as their newest partner. Ackerman will likely work out of their Orange County office.
OC Register: http://totalbuzz.freedomblogging.com/2009/02/25/dick-ackermans-new-job/13715/

[b]April 15, 2008:[/b] Sen. David Cogdill (R-SD14) succeeded Ackerman as as the Senate Republican leader. Cogdill was elected to the post by his peers on Feb. 20, 2008, soon after Prop. 93 was defeated which would force Ackerman to retire from the legislature in December 2008.

[b]Feb. 5, 2008:[/b] Voters rejected Proposition 93, the term limits initiative. In doing so Ackerman's 2008 term limit was not extended.

[b]2007 - Feb. 2008:[/b] Ackerman was a state co-chair, along with Tony Strickland, for Mitt Romney's California leadership team. The team was part of Romney's campaign for the Republican nomination for president. Romney dropped out of the race in February 2008.
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Dick Ackerman

on Feb. 26, 2009
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[b]February 25, 2009:[/b]Nossaman LLP law firm announced Ackerman as their newest partner. Ackerman will likely work out of their Orange County office.
OC Register: http://totalbuzz.freedomblogging.com/2009/02/25/dick-ackermans-new-job/13715/

[b]April 15, 2008:[/b] Sen. David Cogdill (R-SD14) succeeded Ackerman as as the Senate Republican leader. Cogdill was elected to the post by his peers on Feb. 20, 2008, soon after Prop. 93 was defeated which would force Ackerman to retire from the legislature in December 2008.

[b]Feb. 5, 2008:[/b] Voters rejected Proposition 93, the term limits initiative. In doing so Ackerman's 2008 term limit was not extended.

[b]2007 - Feb. 2008:[/b] Ackerman was a state co-chair, along with Tony Strickland, for Mitt Romney's California leadership team. The team was part of Romney's campaign for the Republican nomination for president. Romney dropped out of the race in February 2008.
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Dick Ackerman

on Feb. 26, 2009
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[b]February 25, 2009:[/b]Nossaman LLP law firm announced Ackerman as their newest partner. Ackerman will likely work out of their Orange County office.
OC Register: http://totalbuzz.freedomblogging.com/2009/02/25/dick-ackermans-new-job/13715/



[b]April 15, 2008:[/b] Sen. David Cogdill (R-SD14) succeeded Ackerman as as the Senate Republican leader. Cogdill was elected to the post by his peers on Feb. 20, 2008, soon after Prop. 93 was defeated which would force Ackerman to retire from the legislature in December 2008.

[b]Feb. 5, 2008:[/b] Voters rejected Proposition 93, the term limits initiative. In doing so Ackerman's 2008 term limit was not extended.

[b]2007 - Feb. 2008:[/b] Ackerman was a state co-chair, along with Tony Strickland, for Mitt Romney's California leadership team. The team was part of Romney's campaign for the Republican nomination for president. Romney dropped out of the race in February 2008.
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Nell Soto

on Feb. 26, 2009
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[b]February 26, 2009:[/b] Soto passed way at the age of 82. http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/020123.html?mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert

[b]March 10, 2008:[/b] Soto announced that she will retire from the Assembly at the end of her term.

-- Assemblymember Soto was first elected to the Assembly in 1998, then served from 2000-2006 in the California Senate.

-- Soto served for 12 years on the Pomona City Council.

-- She previously served on the South Coast Air Quality Management District.

-- Her late husband, Philip Soto, served two terms in the State Assembly from 1962-1966.
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Nell Soto

on Feb. 26, 2009
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[b]February 26, 2009:[/b] Soto passed way at the age of 82. http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/020123.html?mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert
[b]March 10, 2008:[/b] Soto announced that she will retire from the Assembly at the end of her term.

-- Assemblymember Soto was first elected to the Assembly in 1998, then served from 2000-2006 in the California Senate.

-- Soto served for 12 years on the Pomona City Council.

-- She previously served on the South Coast Air Quality Management District.

-- Her late husband, Philip Soto, served two terms in the State Assembly from 1962-1966.
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Bonnie Garcia

on Feb. 9, 2009
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[b]February 9, 2009:[/b] Announced that she would not seek election to Senate District 40 in 2010.
Sac Bee: http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/019421.html?mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert
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Bonnie Garcia

on Feb. 9, 2009
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[b]February 9, 2009:[/b] Announced that she would not seek election to Senate District 10 in 2010.
Sac Bee: http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/019421.html?mi_rss=Capitol%20Alert
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Adam Keigwin

on Feb. 3, 2009
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Formerly the communications director for Senator Leland Yee
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Janelle Beland

on Feb. 3, 2009
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Former Chief of Staff for Sen. Leland Yee
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Adam Keigwin

on Feb. 3, 2009
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Formerly Senator Leland Yee's Communications Director
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Anna Goddard

on Feb. 3, 2009
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Former assistant to Assemblywoman Nicole Parra
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Shannan Velayas

on Jan. 25, 2009
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[b]Currently:[/b] Press Secretary for Assemblyman Tom Torlakson

[b]2007 - 2008:[/b] Press Secretary for Assemblyman Mark Leno

[b]2006:[/b] Worked on Assemblywoman Nicole Parra's re-election campaign
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Shannan Velayas

on Jan. 25, 2009
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[b]Currently:[/b] Press Secretary for Assemblyman Tom Torlakson


[b]2007 - 2008:[/b] Press Secretary for Assemblyman Mark Leno

[b]2006:[/b] Worked on Assemblywoman Nicole Parra's re-election campaign
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Shannan Velayas

on Jan. 25, 2009
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[b]Formerly:[/b] Press Secretary for Assemblyman Mark Leno
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Luis Patino

on Jan. 25, 2009
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[b]Currently:[/b] Director of Communications for the Prison Health Care Federal Receivership under J. Clark Kelso.

[b]Formerly:[/b] Chief of Staff to Assemblyman Tony Mendoza

[b]Formerly:[/b] Communication Director for Assemblyman Richard Alarcon
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Luis Patino

on Jan. 25, 2009
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[b]Currently:[/b] Director of Communications for the Prison Health Care Federal Receivership under J. Clark Kelso.

[b]Formerly:[/b] Chief of Staff to Assemblyman Tony Mendoza
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Luis Patino

on Jan. 25, 2009
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[b]Currently:[/b} Director of Communications for the Prison Health Care Federal Receivership under J. Clark Kelso.

[b]Formerly:[/b] Chief of Staff to Assemblyman Tony Mendoza
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Jeff Gorell

on Jan. 16, 2009
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[b]March 19, 2008:[/b] Announced exploratory committee to run for Assembly District 37 in 2010, when Audra Strickland is termed out.


[b]Early endorsements for 2010 race include:[/b]

Assemblywoman Audra Strickland
Former California Governor Pete Wilson
Ventura County Supervisor Peter C. Foy
Ventura County District Attorney Gregory D. Totten
Ventura County Sheriff Bob Brooks
Ventura County Treasurer and Tax Collector Lawrence L. Matheney
Mayor of the City of Simi Valley Paul Miller
Mayor of the City of Thousand Oaks Jacqui V. Irwin
Mayor of the City of Camarillo Charlotte Craven
Mayor of the City of Santa Paula Bob Gonzales
Mayor of the City of Ojai Sue Horgan
Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Ojai Joe DeVito
Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Thousand Oaks Thomas P. Glancy
Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Fillmore Cecilia Cuevas
Mayor Emeritus of Camarillo Stan J. Dailey
Thousand Oaks City Councilman Dennis C. Gillette
Camarillo City Councilman Mike Morgan
Simi Valley City Councilman Glen T. Becerra
Simi Valley City Councilman Steven T. Sojka
Simi Valley City Councilwoman Barbra Williamson
Ventura County Fire Chief Bob Roper
Ventura City Councilmember James L. Monahan
Former California State Assembly Member Keith Richman
Former Mayor of Fillmore Ernie Villegas
Former Mayor of Camarillo Ron McConville
Former Mayor of the City of Port Hueneme Tony Volante
Former Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Westlake Village Jim Bruno
Former Chairman of the California Republican Party Frank A. Visco
Former State Assembly Member & Oxnard Harbor Commissioner Nao Takasugi
Oxnard Harbor District Commissioner Ray Fosse
Board Member, Conejo Valley Recreation and Park District Joe Gibson
Chair, Thousand Oaks City Planning Commission Daryl Reynolds
Vice Chair, Conejo Valley Recreation and Park District Susan Holt
Conejo Valley Unified School District Board Member Dolores Didio
Pleasant Valley Mutual Water District Trustee Dr. Jon Williams
Casitas Municipal Water District Trustee Bill Hicks
President of the Ventura County Agricultural Association Rob Roy
Ventura County Lincoln Club
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Mitch Zak

on Jan. 11, 2009
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[b]2009:[/b] Current spokesman for Meg Whitman, who is likely running for CA Governor in 2010.

[b]2003 - current:[/b] Many political and public relations campaigns at Randle Communications (www.randlecommunications.com), including:

Coalitions Director for Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s successful recall campaign

California Building Industry Association

California Association of REALTORS®

California Association of Mortgage Brokers

Resources Law Group

Placer County Transportation Planning Agency
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Mitch Zak

on Jan. 11, 2009
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[b]2009:[/b] Current spokesman for Meg Whitman, who is likely running for CA Governor in 2010.

[b]2003 - current:[/b] Many political and public relations campaigns at Randle Communications(www.randlecommunications.com), including:

Coalitions Director for Governor
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s successful recall campaign

California Building Industry Association

California Association of REALTORS®

California Association of Mortgage Brokers

Resources Law Group

Placer County Transportation Planning Agency
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Mitch Zak

on Jan. 11, 2009
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[b]2009:[/b] Current spokesman for Meg Whitman, who is likely running for CA Governor in 2010.

[b]2003 - current:[/] Many political and public relations campaigns at Randle Communications(www.randlecommunications.com), including:

Coalitions Director for Governor
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s successful recall campaign

California Building Industry Association

California Association of REALTORS®

California Association of Mortgage Brokers

Resources Law Group

Placer County Transportation Planning Agency
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Teresa Acosta

on Jan. 9, 2009
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[b]2008 - present[/b]: Regional Public Affairs Manager, California League of Cities

[b]2001-2008[/b]: Worked for State Senator Jack Scott
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Teresa Acosta

on Jan. 9, 2009
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[b]2008 - present[/b]: California League of Cities

[b]2001-2008[/b]: Worked for State Senator Jack Scott
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Victoria Stewart

on Dec. 22, 2008
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[b]November, 2008:[/b] Hired as Legislative Director for Assemblyman Curt Hagman

[b]2007 - 2008[/b]: Legislative aide for Assemblyman Joel Anderson

[b]2005 - 2006:[/b] Legislative Aide for Senator Chuck Poochigian
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Victoria Stewart

on Dec. 22, 2008
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[b]November, 2008:[/b] Hired as Legislative Director for Assemblyman Curt Hagman

[b]2007 - 2008[/b]: Legislative aide for Assemblyman Joel Anderson

2005 - 2006: Legislative Aide for Senator Chuck Poochigian
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Saskia Kim

on Dec. 22, 2008
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[b]December, 2008[/b]: Hired by Ellen Corbett as Chief Counsel of Senate Judiciary Committee

[b]Previously[/b]: Deputy Director at Senate Office of Research
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Ali Bay

on Dec. 22, 2008
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[b]December, 2008:[/b] Hired as Sen. Mark Leno's Press Secretary

[b]2008[/b]: Staffer for the "No on Prop 8" campaign. The proposition sought to ban same-sex marriage in California.

[b]Previously[/b]: Worked for Equality California and as an agricultural reporter in Oregon.
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Ali Bay

on Dec. 22, 2008
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[b]December, 2008:[/b/ Hired as Sen. Mark Leno's Press Secretary

[b]2008[/b]: Staffer for the "No on Prop 8" campaign. The proposition sought to ban same-sex marriage in California.

[b]Previously[/b]: Worked for Equality California and as an agricultural reporter in Oregon.
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Ali Bay

on Dec. 22, 2008
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[b]2008[/b]: staffer for the "No on Prop 8" campaign. The proposition sought to ban same-sex marriage in California.
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Ali Bay

on Dec. 22, 2008
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2008: staffer for the "No on Prop 8" campaign. The proposition sought to ban same-sex marriage in California.
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Tyrone Freeman

on Nov. 27, 2008
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Former Los Angeles local Service Employees International Union president banned for life from SEIU in November, 2008 for misappropriating funds.
LA Times: http://feeds.latimes.com/~r/latimes/news/printedition/front/~3/467061738/la-me-union27-2008nov27,0,4517553.story
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Tyrone Freeman

on Nov. 27, 2008
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Former Los Angeles Local Service Employees International Union president banned for life from SEIU in November, 2008 for misappropriating funds.
LA Times: http://feeds.latimes.com/~r/latimes/news/printedition/front/~3/467061738/la-me-union27-2008nov27,0,4517553.story
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Paul Deiro

on Nov. 20, 2008
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[b]2006 - 2008:[b] Chief of staff to Assemblyman Sam Aanestad (SD 4)

[b]Past:[/b] Senior Fiscal Consultant for Assembly Appropriations Committee

[b]Past:[/b] staff to Gov. Pete Wilson

[b]Past:[/b] staff to U.S. Senator Pete Wilson
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Paul Deiro

on Nov. 20, 2008
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Former chief of staff to Assemblyman Sam Aanestad (SD 4)
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Paul Deiro

on Nov. 20, 2008
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[b]2005 - 2008:[/b] Chief of staff to Senator Sam Aanestad (SD 4)

[b]Past:[/b] Senior Fiscal Consultant for Assembly Appropriations Committee

[b]Past:[/b] staff to Gov. Pete Wilson

[b]Past:[/b] staff to U.S. Senator Pete Wilson
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Paul Deiro

on Nov. 20, 2008
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[b]2005 - 2008:[/b] Chief of staff to Assemblyman Sam Aanestad (SD 4)

[b]Past:[/b] Senior Fiscal Consultant for Assembly Appropriations Committee

[b]Past:[/b] staff to Gov. Pete Wilson

[b]Past:[/b] staff to U.S. Senator Pete Wilson
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Sean Randolph

on Oct. 26, 2008
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Dr. Sean Randolph is president & CEO of the Bay Area Council Economic Institute (formerly the Bay Area Economic Forum which merged with the Bay Area Council in 2008), a public-private research and policy organization that addresses issues impacting the long term competitiveness of the Bay Area and California economies.

Formerly the director of international trade for the State of California.
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Sean Randolph

on Oct. 26, 2008
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R. Sean Randolph is president & CEO of the Bay Area Council Economic Institute, a public-private research and policy organization that addresses issues impacting the long term competitiveness of the Bay Area and California economies.
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Mac Taylor

on Oct. 21, 2008
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[b]October 21, 2008[/b] - Promoted as California's fifth non-partisan Legislative Analyst, succeeding Liz Hill.
http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/C/CA_LEGISLATIVE_ANALYST_CAOL-?SITE=CAVAN&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT
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Mac Taylor

on Oct. 21, 2008
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[b]October 21, 2008[/b] - Announced as California's fifth non-partisan Legislative Analyst.
http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/C/CA_LEGISLATIVE_ANALYST_CAOL-?SITE=CAVAN&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT
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Steven R. Maviglio

on July 9, 2008
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[b]July 9, 2008:[/b] Signed on to help run Kevin Johnson's campaign for Sacramento Mayor.
http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/013775.html


[b]April 13 2008:[/b] Maviglio won election, along with Karen Skelton, to represent the 5th Congressional district as a Hillary Clinton delegate at the Democratic National Convention in Denver in August 2008.

Maviglio served as press secretary for former Governor Gray Davis.
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Tom Campbell

on July 8, 2008
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[b]July 8, 2008:[/b] San Jose Mercury reported Campbell was considering a run for California Governor in the 2010 election.
http://www.mercurynews.com/ci_9815135?source=rss


[b]Aug 27th, 2007:[/b] Campbell announced that in the Summer of 2008 he would step down in from his position of Dean of the Hass Business School at UC Berkeley.

[b]2002 - 2004 and 2005 - present:[/b]
Serves as Dean of the Haas School of Business and a professor of business administration at UC Berkeley.

[b]Nov. 2004 - Xxx. 200x:[/b] Campbell served as Finance Director under Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, succeeding Donna Arduin. Campbell resigned in October 2004 and the following month Gov. Schwarzenegger appointed Tom Campbell as the new finance director.

From 2004 to 2005 Campbell took a leave of absence from his Berkeley post to serve as director of the California Department of Finance in the Schwarzenegger administration, but has since returned to lead the Haas School of Business.


[b]1995 - 2000:[/b] U.S. Congressmember representing California's 15th District.

Campbell's Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Campbell_(California_politician)
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Tom Campbell

on July 8, 2008
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[b]July 8, 2008[/b]San Jose Mercury reported Campbell was considering a run for California Governor in the 2010 election.
http://www.mercurynews.com/ci_9815135?source=rss


[b]Aug 27th, 2007:[/b] Campbell announced that in the Summer of 2008 he would step down in from his position of Dean of the Hass Business School at UC Berkeley.

[b]2002 - 2004 and 2005 - present:[/b]
Serves as Dean of the Haas School of Business and a professor of business administration at UC Berkeley.

[b]Nov. 2004 - Xxx. 200x:[/b] Campbell served as Finance Director under Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, succeeding Donna Arduin. Campbell resigned in October 2004 and the following month Gov. Schwarzenegger appointed Tom Campbell as the new finance director.

From 2004 to 2005 Campbell took a leave of absence from his Berkeley post to serve as director of the California Department of Finance in the Schwarzenegger administration, but has since returned to lead the Haas School of Business.


[b]1995 - 2000:[/b] U.S. Congressmember representing California's 15th District.

Campbell's Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Campbell_(California_politician)
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Jeff Gorell

on June 4, 2008
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[b]March 19, 2008:[/b] Announced exploratory committee to run for Assembly District 37 in 2010, when Audra Strickland is termed out.


[b]Early endorsements for 2010 race include:[/b]

Former California Governor Pete Wilson
Ventura County Supervisor Peter C. Foy
Ventura County District Attorney Gregory D. Totten
Ventura County Sheriff Bob Brooks
Ventura County Treasurer and Tax Collector Lawrence L. Matheney
Mayor of the City of Simi Valley Paul Miller
Mayor of the City of Thousand Oaks Jacqui V. Irwin
Mayor of the City of Camarillo Charlotte Craven
Mayor of the City of Santa Paula Bob Gonzales
Mayor of the City of Ojai Sue Horgan
Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Ojai Joe DeVito
Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Thousand Oaks Thomas P. Glancy
Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Fillmore Cecilia Cuevas
Thousand Oaks City Councilman Dennis C. Gillette
Camarillo City Councilman Mike Morgan
Simi Valley City Councilman Glen T. Becerra
Simi Valley City Councilman Steven T. Sojka
Simi Valley City Councilwoman Barbra Williamson
Ventura County Fire Chief Bob Roper
Ventura City Councilmember James L. Monahan
Former California State Assembly Member Keith Richman
Former Mayor of Fillmore Ernie Villegas
Former Mayor of Camarillo Ron McConville
Former Mayor of the City of Port Hueneme Tony Volante
Former Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Westlake Village Jim Bruno
Former Chairman of the California Republican Party Frank A. Visco
Former State Assembly Member & Oxnard Harbor Commissioner Nao Takasugi
Oxnard Harbor District Commissioner Ray Fosse
Board Member, Conejo Valley Recreation and Park District Joe Gibson
Chair, Thousand Oaks City Planning Commission Daryl Reynolds
Vice Chair, Conejo Valley Recreation and Park District Susan Holt
Conejo Valley Unified School District Board Member Dolores Didio
Pleasant Valley Mutual Water District Trustee Dr. Jon Williams
Casitas Municipal Water District Trustee Bill Hicks
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Fabian Nunez

on May 25, 2008
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[b]October 16, 2007:[/b] The California Nurses Association demanded that Nuñez abstain from voting on health-care legislation because his wife works for a nonprofit agency bankrolled by the hospital industry. Maria Robles was hired in January 2007 as president of Californians for Patient Care, a Sacramento-based nonprofit agency that receives nearly all its funding from the California Hospital Association.
Source: http://www.sacbee.com/capolitics/story/436580.html

[b]October 10, 2007:[/b] The Los Angeles Times reported on 2006 Nunez campaign filings that listed tens of thousands of dollars of expenses on luxury goods and exclusive hotels and restaurants in Europe and South America. Nunez defended the expenses in a press conference on October 12 as part of doing business abroad to meet with dignitaries and gather information. "Every expenditure I made has been totally legitimate," said Nunez. State law allows politicians to spend political donations on travel, meetings and gifts so long as the purchases are related to a political, governmental or legislative purpose.

[b]2007:[/b] Nunez shares a luxury downtown penthouse with his chief fundraiser Dan Weitzman.
Source: http://www.sacbee.com/114/story/427523.html
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Fabian Nunez

on May 25, 2008
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[b]October 16, 2007:[/b] The California Nurses Association demanded that Nuñez abstain from voting on health-care legislation because his wife works for a nonprofit agency bankrolled by the hospital industry. Maria Robles was hired in January 2007 as president of Californians for Patient Care, a Sacramento-based nonprofit agency that receives nearly all its funding from the California Hospital Association.
Source: http://www.sacbee.com/capolitics/story/436580.html

[b]October 10, 2007:[/b] The Los Angeles Times reported on 2006 Nunez campaign filings that listed tens of thousands of dollars of expenses on luxury goods and exclusive hotels and restaurants in Europe and South America. Núñez defended the expenses in a press conference on October 12 as part of doing business abroad to meet with dignitaries and gather information. "Every expenditure I made has been totally legitimate," said Núñez. State law allows politicians to spend political donations on travel, meetings and gifts so long as the purchases are related to a political, governmental or legislative purpose.

[b]2007:[/b] Nunez shares a luxury downtown penthouse with his chief fundraiser Dan Weitzman.
Source: http://www.sacbee.com/114/story/427523.html
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Kathy Fairbanks

on May 23, 2008
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[b]2008:[/b] Fairbanks is a spokesperson for the No on 98/Yes on 99 campaign.

Former spokesperson for the California Chamber of Commerce
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James Nielsen

on May 17, 2008
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Campaign website: http://www.nielsenforassembly.com/
Campaign consultants: Wayne Johnson and Tim Clark

[b]Endorsements include:[/b]
Assemblymember Doug LaMalfa
State Senator Jeff Denham


[b]Publication Endorsements include:[/b]
Sacramento Bee
http://www.sacbee.com/110/story/945559.html
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Roderick Wright

on May 14, 2008
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[b]Endorsements:[/b]
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa


[b]Campaign website:[/b]
http://www.rodwright4senate.com/
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Roderick Wright

on May 14, 2008
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Endorsements:
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa
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Brian Nestande

on May 14, 2008
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Campaign website: http://www.briannestande.com

Endorsements include:
U.S. Rep. Mary Bono
U.S. Rep. Darrell Iss
Assemblymember John Benoit
Former Gov. George Deukmejian
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Dennis Mangers

on April 28, 2008
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[b]April 28, 2008:[/b] Announced as the State Senate pro tem Elect Darrell Steinberg's Chief of staff

Former California Cable TV executive

[b]1970's - '80's:[/b] Former Orange County Democratic Legislator
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Dennis Mangers

on April 28, 2008
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[b]April 28, 2008:[/b]Announced as the State Senate pro tem Elect Darrell Steinberg's Chief of staff

Former California Cable TV executive

[b]1970's:[/b]Former Orange County Democratic Legislator
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Dennis Mangers

on April 28, 2008
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[b]April 28, 2008:[/b]Announced as the State Senate pro tem Elect Darrell Steinberg's Chief of staff

Former AT&T lobbyist

Former Orange County Democratic Legislator
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Richard Francis

on April 27, 2008
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Briefly ran for Congressional District 24 in June, 2008 Primary

Francis is the former mayor of Ventura
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Marta Jorgensen

on April 27, 2008
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Briefly ran for Congressional District 24 in June, 2008 Primary
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Brett Wagner

on April 27, 2008
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Briefly ran for Congressional District 24 in June, 2008 Primary
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Christopher Cabaldon

on April 20, 2008
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[b]Endorsements include:[/b]

Assemblywoman Lois Wolk
Solano County Supervisor Jim Spering
Suisun City Mayor Pete Sanchez
Benicia Mayor Elizabeth Patterson
EdVoice
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Christopher Cabaldon

on April 20, 2008
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[b]Endorsements include:[/b]

Assemblywoman Lois Wolk
EdVoice
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Mariko Yamada

on April 19, 2008
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[b]Endorsements include:[/b]

California Teachers Association
California Nurses Association
California Labor Federation
State Council of Service Employees International Union
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Mariko Yamada

on April 19, 2008
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[b]Endorsements include:[/b]

California Teachers Association
California Nurses Association
California Labor Federation
State Council of Service Employees International Union (SEIU)
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Mariko Yamada

on April 19, 2008
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[b]Endorsements include:[/b]

California Teachers Association
California Nurses Association
California Labor Federation
State council of Service Employees International Union
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Christopher Cabaldon

on April 19, 2008
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[b]Endorsements include:[/b]

EdVoice
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Lloyd Levine

on April 19, 2008
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[b]Endorsements include:[/b]

California Teachers Association
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Fran Pavley

on April 19, 2008
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[b]Campaign management[/b]
Consultant: Parke Skelton
Treasurer: Mary Ellen Padilla
Fundraiser: Adrianna Babior

[b]Endorsements include:[/b]
EdVoice
U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer
U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein - U.S. Senator
Attorney General Jerry Brown
John Van de Kamp, former State Attorney General
Judy Chu, State Board of Equalization
state Senator Chris Kehoe
state Senator Sheila Kuehl
state Senator Alan Lowenthal
state Senator Jenny Oropeza
state Senator Gloria Romero
state Senator Pat Wiggins
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Lloyd Levine

on April 19, 2008
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[b]Endorsements:[/b]

California Teachers Association
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Fran Pavley

on April 19, 2008
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[b]Campaign management[/b]
Consultant: Parke Skelton
Treasurer: Mary Ellen Padilla
Fundraiser: Adrianna Babior

Endorsements include
EdVoice
U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer
U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein - U.S. Senator
Attorney General Jerry Brown
John Van de Kamp, former State Attorney General
Judy Chu, State Board of Equalization
state Senator Chris Kehoe
state Senator Sheila Kuehl
state Senator Alan Lowenthal
state Senator Jenny Oropeza
state Senator Gloria Romero
state Senator Pat Wiggins
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Lloyd Levine

on April 19, 2008
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Endorsements:

California Teachers Association
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Kendra Harris

on April 14, 2008
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[b]2007-08:[/b] Legislative Aide for Sandre Swanson
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Anthony J. Portantino

on April 5, 2008
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[b]March - April, 2008:[/b] Lost his Education Committee Chairmanship for two weeks. It was widely speculated to be punishment for challenging Fabian Nunez's pick for a replacement Speaker, Karen Bass.
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Anthony J. Portantino

on April 5, 2008
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[b]March - April, 2008:[/b] Lost his Education Committee Chairmanship for two weeks. It was widely speculated to be punishment for challenging Fabian Nunez' pick for a replacement Speaker, Karen Bass.
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Anthony J. Portantino

on April 5, 2008
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[b]March - April, 2008:[/b] Lost his Education Committee Chairmanship for two weeks. It was widely speculated to be punishment for challenging Nunez' pick for a replacement Speaker, Karen Bass.
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Anna Caballero

on April 5, 2008
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[b]April 2-3, 2008:[/b] Caballero indicated briefly that she might run in the Special Election to recall and replace State Senator Jeff Denham in Senate District 12. Simon Salinas got in the race the next day and Caballero then declined to run.


Caballero served as the mayor of Salinas before her election to AD 28.
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Anna Caballero

on April 5, 2008
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[b]April 2-3, 2008:[/b/ Caballero indicated briefly that she might run in the Special Election to recall and replace State Senator Jeff Denham in Senate District 12. Simon Salinas got in the race the next day and Caballero then declined to run.


Caballero served as the mayor of Salinas before her election to AD 28.
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Christine Pelosi

on March 31, 2008
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Daughter of U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Uncommitted 2008 Superdelegate who pledged her vote for whomever is ahead at end of process ( http://www.mercurynews.com//ci_8747646?IADID=Search-www.mercurynews.com-www.mercurynews.com )
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Christine Pelosi

on March 31, 2008
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Daughter of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi

Uncommitted 2008 Superdelegate who pledged her vote for whomever is ahead at end of process ( http://www.mercurynews.com//ci_8747646?IADID=Search-www.mercurynews.com-www.mercurynews.com )
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Carly Fiorina

on March 26, 2008
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[b]March, 2008:[/b] Mentioned for the first time as a possible 2010 California Gubernatorial candidate.
( http://www.mercurynews.com/ci_8700557?source=rss )
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Charles Poochigian

on March 26, 2008
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[b]March, 2008:[/b] Helped launch "California Forward", a 13-member council created to eliminate late and unbalanced budgets, along with partisan gridlock.
( http://www.sacbee.com/111/story/814231.html )
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Charles Poochigian

on March 26, 2008
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[b]March, 2008:[/b] Helped launch "California Forward" - a 13-member council created to eliminate late and unbalanced budgets, along with partisan gridlock.
( http://www.sacbee.com/111/story/814231.html )
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Carole Migden

on March 26, 2008
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[b]March 25, 2008:[/b] The Fair Political Practices Commission and Ross Johnson filed a $9 million countersuit violating state campaign finance laws after Migden filed her own lawsuit against the FPPC.
( http://www.sacbee.com/111/story/812056.html )

[b]March 18, 2008:[/b] The Fair Political Practices Commission released details of the $350,000 fine levied against Migden and her campaign committees' managers. The 89 campaign spending and disclosure violations between 2003 and 2007, including illegal personal use of campaign funds, misrepresenting spending, soliciting donations prior to establishing campaign accounts, and failure to adequately disclose contributions and expenses.
The violations span Migden's time in the Senate and before that, the Assembly and Board of Equalization. Roger Sanders, who was Migden's treasurer, and Sanders' assistant, Eric Potashner, were also named. All three agreed to the fines.
Source: Fair Political Practices Commission(http://www.fppc.ca.gov/index.html?id=60)
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Carole Migden

on March 26, 2008
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[b]March 25, 2008:[/b] The Fair Political Practices Commission filed a $9 million countersuit violating state campaign finance laws after Migden filed her own lawsuit against the FPPC.
( http://www.sacbee.com/111/story/812056.html )

[b]March 18, 2008:[/b] The Fair Political Practices Commission released details of the $350,000 fine levied against Migden and her campaign committees' managers. The 89 campaign spending and disclosure violations between 2003 and 2007, including illegal personal use of campaign funds, misrepresenting spending, soliciting donations prior to establishing campaign accounts, and failure to adequately disclose contributions and expenses.
The violations span Migden's time in the Senate and before that, the Assembly and Board of Equalization. Roger Sanders, who was Migden's treasurer, and Sanders' assistant, Eric Potashner, were also named. All three agreed to the fines.
Source: Fair Political Practices Commission(http://www.fppc.ca.gov/index.html?id=60)
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Richie Ross

on March 26, 2008
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2008: Worked for and publicly defended State Sen. Carole Migden during FPPC problems, lawsuits and countersuits. ( http://www.sacbee.com/111/story/812056.html )

2007: Ross worked for Mike Gipson in his unsuccessful Democratic primary campaign for 55th Assembly District.
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Jeff Gorell

on March 19, 2008
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[b]March 19, 2008:[/b] Announced exploratory committee to run for Assembly District 37 in 2010, when Audra Strickland is termed out.


[b]Early endorsements for 2010 race include:[/b]

Former California Governor Pete Wilson
Ventura County Supervisor Peter C. Foy
Ventura County Sheriff Bob Brooks
Ventura County Treasurer and Tax Collector Lawrence L. Matheney
Mayor of the City of Thousand Oaks Jacqui V. Irwin
Mayor of the City of Simi Valley Paul Miller
Mayor of the City of Camarillo Charlotte Craven
Mayor of the City of Santa Paula Bob Gonzales
Mayor of the City of Ojai Sue Horgan
Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Ojai Joe DeVito
Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Thousand Oaks Thomas P. Glancy
Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Fillmore Cecelia Cuevas
Thousand Oaks City Councilman Dennis C. Gillette
Camarillo City Councilman Mike Morgan
Simi Valley City Councilman Glen T. Becerra
Simi Valley City Councilman Steven T. Sojka
Simi Valley City Councilwoman Barbra Williamson
Ventura County Fire Chief Bob Roper
Former California State Assembly Member Keith Richman
Former Mayor of Fillmore Ernie Villegas
Former Mayor of Camarillo Ron McConville
Former Chairman of the California Republican Party Frank A. Visco
Former State Assembly Member and Oxnard Harbor Oxnard Harbor District Commissioner Ray Fosse
Board Member, Conejo Valley Recreation and Park District Joe Gibson
Vice Chair, Conejo Valley Recreation and Park District Susan Holt
Pleasant Valley Mutual Water District Trustee Dr. Jon Williams
Casitas Municipal Water District Trustee Bill Hicks
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Jeff Gorell

on March 19, 2008
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[b]March 19, 2008:[/b] Announced exploratory committee to run for Assembly District 37 in 2010, when Audra Strickland is termed out.


[b]Early endorsements for 2010 race include:[\b]

Former California Governor Pete Wilson
Ventura County Supervisor Peter C. Foy
Ventura County Sheriff Bob Brooks
Ventura County Treasurer and Tax Collector Lawrence L. Matheney
Mayor of the City of Thousand Oaks Jacqui V. Irwin
Mayor of the City of Simi Valley Paul Miller
Mayor of the City of Camarillo Charlotte Craven
Mayor of the City of Santa Paula Bob Gonzales
Mayor of the City of Ojai Sue Horgan
Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Ojai Joe DeVito
Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Thousand Oaks Thomas P. Glancy
Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Fillmore Cecelia Cuevas
Thousand Oaks City Councilman Dennis C. Gillette
Camarillo City Councilman Mike Morgan
Simi Valley City Councilman Glen T. Becerra
Simi Valley City Councilman Steven T. Sojka
Simi Valley City Councilwoman Barbra Williamson
Ventura County Fire Chief Bob Roper
Former California State Assembly Member Keith Richman
Former Mayor of Fillmore Ernie Villegas
Former Mayor of Camarillo Ron McConville
Former Chairman of the California Republican Party Frank A. Visco
Former State Assembly Member and Oxnard Harbor Oxnard Harbor District Commissioner Ray Fosse
Board Member, Conejo Valley Recreation and Park District Joe Gibson
Vice Chair, Conejo Valley Recreation and Park District Susan Holt
Pleasant Valley Mutual Water District Trustee Dr. Jon Williams
Casitas Municipal Water District Trustee Bill Hicks
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Jeff Gorell

on March 19, 2008
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[b]March 19, 2008:[/b] Announced exploratory committee to run for Assembly District 37 in 2010, when Audra Strickland is termed out.


Early endorsements for 2010 race include:


Former California Governor Pete Wilson
Ventura County Supervisor Peter C. Foy
Ventura County Sheriff Bob Brooks
Ventura County Treasurer and Tax Collector Lawrence L. Matheney
Mayor of the City of Thousand Oaks Jacqui V. Irwin
Mayor of the City of Simi Valley Paul Miller
Mayor of the City of Camarillo Charlotte Craven
Mayor of the City of Santa Paula Bob Gonzales
Mayor of the City of Ojai Sue Horgan
Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Ojai Joe DeVito
Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Thousand Oaks Thomas P. Glancy
Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Fillmore Cecelia Cuevas
Thousand Oaks City Councilman Dennis C. Gillette
Camarillo City Councilman Mike Morgan
Simi Valley City Councilman Glen T. Becerra
Simi Valley City Councilman Steven T. Sojka
Simi Valley City Councilwoman Barbra Williamson
Ventura County Fire Chief Bob Roper
Former California State Assembly Member Keith Richman
Former Mayor of Fillmore Ernie Villegas
Former Mayor of Camarillo Ron McConville
Former Chairman of the California Republican Party Frank A. Visco
Former State Assembly Member and Oxnard Harbor Oxnard Harbor District Commissioner Ray Fosse
Board Member, Conejo Valley Recreation and Park District Joe Gibson
Vice Chair, Conejo Valley Recreation and Park District Susan Holt
Pleasant Valley Mutual Water District Trustee Dr. Jon Williams
Casitas Municipal Water District Trustee Bill Hicks
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Jeff Gorell

on March 19, 2008
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[b]March 19, 2008:[/b] Announced exploratory committee to run for Assembly District 37 in 2010, when Audra Strickland is termed out.


Early endorsements for 20190 race include:


Former California Governor Pete Wilson
Ventura County Supervisor Peter C. Foy
Ventura County Sheriff Bob Brooks
Ventura County Treasurer and Tax Collector Lawrence L. Matheney
Mayor of the City of Thousand Oaks Jacqui V. Irwin
Mayor of the City of Simi Valley Paul Miller
Mayor of the City of Camarillo Charlotte Craven
Mayor of the City of Santa Paula Bob Gonzales
Mayor of the City of Ojai Sue Horgan
Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Ojai Joe DeVito
Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Thousand Oaks Thomas P. Glancy
Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Fillmore Cecelia Cuevas
Thousand Oaks City Councilman Dennis C. Gillette
Camarillo City Councilman Mike Morgan
Simi Valley City Councilman Glen T. Becerra
Simi Valley City Councilman Steven T. Sojka
Simi Valley City Councilwoman Barbra Williamson
Ventura County Fire Chief Bob Roper
Former California State Assembly Member Keith Richman
Former Mayor of Fillmore Ernie Villegas
Former Mayor of Camarillo Ron McConville
Former Chairman of the California Republican Party Frank A. Visco
Former State Assembly Member and Oxnard Harbor Oxnard Harbor District Commissioner Ray Fosse
Board Member, Conejo Valley Recreation and Park District Joe Gibson
Vice Chair, Conejo Valley Recreation and Park District Susan Holt
Pleasant Valley Mutual Water District Trustee Dr. Jon Williams
Casitas Municipal Water District Trustee Bill Hicks
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Jeff Gorell

on March 18, 2008
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[b]March 19, 2008:[/b] Announced exploratory committee to run for Assembly District 37 in 2010, when Audra Strickland is termed out.
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Joe Canciamilla

on March 6, 2008
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[b]March 6, 2008:[/b] Dropped out of race for Senate District 7. He was running in Primary against Mark DeSaulnier ( http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/011002.html )
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Joe Canciamilla

on March 6, 2008
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[b]March 6, 2008:[/b] Dropped out of race for Senate District 7. ( http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/011002.html )
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Margita Thompson

on March 5, 2008
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[b]March, 2008:[/b] Appointed by Sen. Don Perata to the board of trustees of the California State Summer School for the Arts
(http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/010979.html)

[b]2007 - present:[/b] Vice President at Health Net in Woodland Hills

[b]2004 - 2007:[/b] Spokeswoman for Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger
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Doug Ose

on March 4, 2008
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[b]Endorsements:[/b]
former Gov. Pete Wilson

Congressmen
Dan Lungren
Wally Herger
Duncan Hunter
David Dreier
Jerry Lewis
Ken Calvert
George Radanovich
Darrell Issa
Buck McKeon
Gary Miller
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Doug Ose

on March 4, 2008
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January 2008: Ose is expected to enter the Republican Primary race for California's 4th Congressional District.

1999 to 2005: Ose represented California's 3rd Congressional District.

More information on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doug_Ose
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John Paul Ledesma

on March 2, 2008
This edit:
[b]February, 2008:[/b] Dropped out of race for Assembly District 71


Ledesma is an Optical storage expert
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John Paul Ledesma

on March 2, 2008
This edit:
[b]February, 2008:[/b] Dropped out of race for Assembly District 71



Optical storage expert
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Matt Sutton

on Feb. 27, 2008
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[b]March, 2008 - current:[/b] Lead lobbyist for the California Restaurant Assn.

[b]2002 - 2008:[/b] Tax lobbyist for the CA Manufacturers & Tech. Assn.

[b]2000 - 2002:[/b] Lobbyist for the American Electronics Assn.

[b]1998 - 2000:[/b] Legislative Director for State Assemblyman John Dutra
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Gabriella Holt

on Feb. 24, 2008
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[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $113,995 (includes $100,000 from Holt)
Expenditures: $8,072
Cash on Hand: $105,922
Source: California Target Book
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Tonia Reyes Uranga

on Feb. 24, 2008
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[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $121,622
Expenditures: $14,288
Cash on Hand: $112,999
Source: California Target Book
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Bonnie Lowenthal

on Feb. 24, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $230,453
Expenditures: $48,421
Cash on Hand: $196,421
Source: California Target Book

Lowenthal lives in the 55th assembly district about a block outside the 54th district and will have to move into the 54th to run in this race.
Source: http://www.dailybreeze.com/news/articles/8220807.html

AD 54 was once held by her former husband Sen. Alan Lowenthal.
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Jim Brandt

on Feb. 24, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $13,574 (includes $5,000 from Brandt)
Expenditures: $19,552
Cash on Hand: $636
Source: California Target Book
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Gregory Akili

on Feb. 24, 2008
This edit:
[b]Feb., 2008:[/b] Dropped out of race for Assembly District 52
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Isadore Hall

on Feb. 24, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $247,589
Expenditures: $66,833
Cash on Hand: $178,090
Source: California Target Book
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Linda Harris-Forster

on Feb. 24, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $231,319 (includes $75,000 from Harris-Forster)
Expenditures: $10,194
Cash on Hand: $238,847
Source: California Target Book
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Stephen Filson

on Feb. 18, 2008
This edit:
[b]Feb. 18, 2008:[/b] Dropped out of race for Assembly District 15
Source: http://bayneofblog.blogspot.com/2008/02/steve-filson-drops-out-of-15th-assembly.html

Filson is a former airline pilot
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Stephen Filson

on Feb. 18, 2008
This edit:
[b]Feb. 18, 2008:[/b] Dropped out of race for Assembly District 15


Filson is a former airline pilot
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Laurette Healey

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $216,717 (includes $101,700 from Healey)
Expenditures: $133,725
Cash on Hand: $100,856
Source: California Target Book

[b]Ballot Designation:[/b] Deputy State Controller

[b]Campaign contact information:[/b]
Website: www.ElectHealey.com
Phone: (818) 989.1639
E-mail Laurette@ElectHealey.com

[b]Endorsements include:[/b]
California Police Chiefs Association (CPCA)
California League of Conservation Voters (CLCV)
Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund
California PAC (CAPPAC)
Sheila Kuehl, California State Senator
Christine Kehoe, California State Senator
Ellen Corbett, California State Senator
Carol Migden, California State Senator, Majority Whip
John Laird, State Assemblymember, Budget Chair
Mark Leno, State Assemblymember, Appropriations Chair
David Nahai, General Manager, LA Department of Water and Power
Jeff Prang, Mayor Pro Tempore, West Hollywood
John Heilman, West Hollywood City Council
Bill Rosendahl, Councilmember, Los Angeles City Council
Honorable Steve Westly (former California State Controller)
Honorable Paul Koretz, (former State Assemblymember, Labor Chair)
Honorable Jackie Goldberg
Tod Burnett, Ed.D, Vice Chancellor California Community Colleges*
Dr. Marlene Bane, American Jewish Committee (AJC), President’s Council Chair*
Lois Littman, member, AJC
David Cooper and Nadine Gerson, AJC Energy Committee Chairs, “Green Team”
Cliff Gladstein, Executive Board, CLCV
Lorri L. Jean, CEO, L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center*
Charlie Stringer, Principal, Renewable Resources Group
Roberta Bennett, United States Holocaust Memorial Council
Dr. Lynn Levine, Founding Board Member, One Generation
Kevin Lynn, Democratic State Party, E-board, Los Angeles, President DFA
Jeanne Stusser Londe, Senior Citizens National Council
Jill Banks Barad, Founder and Chair, Valley Alliance Neighborhood Council
John Cleary, President, Stonewall Democrats
Michael Andraychak, Immediate Past President, Stonewall Democrats
Caprice Young, CEO, California Charter Schools Association*
Norman Charmmoff, Executive Vice President, Democrats for Israel
Lydia Mather, Van Nuys Neighborhood Council, Executive Board
Bart Reed, Executive Director, Transit Coalition
George Stavaris, President, North Valley Area Planning Commission
Elaine Walsh, Democratic Party County Committee
Michael Jay, Delegate, CA State Democratic Party, 42nd Assembly District
Sergio Carrillo, Regional Director, CA State Democratic Party, Region 17
Jose Luis Solache, President, Lynwood Unified School District Board of Education
Felipe Agredano MTS, President, Garvey School Board
Hon. Leslie Katz, San Francisco County Democratic Party Chair
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Adam Mendelsohn

on Feb. 17, 2008
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[b]February, 2008:[/b] Joined Mercury Public Affairs as Managing Director in its Sacramento office
http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/PoliticalBlotter/~3/233283818/

[b]2006-2008:[/b] Communications Director, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
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Robert Blumenfield

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $257,494
Expenditures: $59,386
Cash on Hand: $214,044
Source: California Target Book
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Laurette Healey

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $216,717 (includes 101,700)
Expenditures: $133,725
Cash on Hand: $100,856
Source: California Target Book

[b]Ballot Designation:[/b] Deputy State Controller

[b]Campaign contact information:[/b]
Website: www.ElectHealey.com
Phone: (818) 989.1639
E-mail Laurette@ElectHealey.com

[b]Endorsements include:[/b]
California Police Chiefs Association (CPCA)
California League of Conservation Voters (CLCV)
Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund
California PAC (CAPPAC)
Sheila Kuehl, California State Senator
Christine Kehoe, California State Senator
Ellen Corbett, California State Senator
Carol Migden, California State Senator, Majority Whip
John Laird, State Assemblymember, Budget Chair
Mark Leno, State Assemblymember, Appropriations Chair
David Nahai, General Manager, LA Department of Water and Power
Jeff Prang, Mayor Pro Tempore, West Hollywood
John Heilman, West Hollywood City Council
Bill Rosendahl, Councilmember, Los Angeles City Council
Honorable Steve Westly (former California State Controller)
Honorable Paul Koretz, (former State Assemblymember, Labor Chair)
Honorable Jackie Goldberg
Tod Burnett, Ed.D, Vice Chancellor California Community Colleges*
Dr. Marlene Bane, American Jewish Committee (AJC), President’s Council Chair*
Lois Littman, member, AJC
David Cooper and Nadine Gerson, AJC Energy Committee Chairs, “Green Team”
Cliff Gladstein, Executive Board, CLCV
Lorri L. Jean, CEO, L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center*
Charlie Stringer, Principal, Renewable Resources Group
Roberta Bennett, United States Holocaust Memorial Council
Dr. Lynn Levine, Founding Board Member, One Generation
Kevin Lynn, Democratic State Party, E-board, Los Angeles, President DFA
Jeanne Stusser Londe, Senior Citizens National Council
Jill Banks Barad, Founder and Chair, Valley Alliance Neighborhood Council
John Cleary, President, Stonewall Democrats
Michael Andraychak, Immediate Past President, Stonewall Democrats
Caprice Young, CEO, California Charter Schools Association*
Norman Charmmoff, Executive Vice President, Democrats for Israel
Lydia Mather, Van Nuys Neighborhood Council, Executive Board
Bart Reed, Executive Director, Transit Coalition
George Stavaris, President, North Valley Area Planning Commission
Elaine Walsh, Democratic Party County Committee
Michael Jay, Delegate, CA State Democratic Party, 42nd Assembly District
Sergio Carrillo, Regional Director, CA State Democratic Party, Region 17
Jose Luis Solache, President, Lynwood Unified School District Board of Education
Felipe Agredano MTS, President, Garvey School Board
Hon. Leslie Katz, San Francisco County Democratic Party Chair
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Stuart Waldman

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $243,982 (includes $9,000 from Waldman)
Expenditures: $53,325
Cash on Hand: $226,271
Source: California Target Book
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Stuart Waldman

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
Former Chief of Staff to Assemblyman Lloyd Levine and Speaker Bob Hertzberg.
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Steve Fox

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $219,973 (includes $187,900 from Fox)
Expenditures: $42,658
Cash on Hand: $177,513
Source: California Target Book
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Stephen T. Knight

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $101,952
Expenditures: $12,728
Cash on Hand: $89,653
Source: California Target Book
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Connie Conway

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
Gov. Schwarzenegger's appointee to the Public Employee Post-Employment Benefits Commission.

Was a member of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's re-election team.
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Connie Conway

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $23,998
Expenditures: $3,003
Cash on Hand: $21,094
Source: California Target Book
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Connie Conway

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
Was a member of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's re-election team
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Bob Smith

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $245,934 (includes $175,000 from Smith)
Expenditures: $63,365
Cash on Hand: $184,276
Source: California Target Book
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Nicole Parra

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]February 1, 2008:[/b] Announced she would not run for SD 16.
Source: http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/tbc619/~3/227706933/351570.html
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Nicole Parra

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]February 1, 2008:[/b] Announced she would not seek election in SD 16
Source: http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/tbc619/~3/227706933/351570.html
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Nicole Parra

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]February 1, 2008:[/b] Announced she would not run for re-election in AD 30 (Source: http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/tbc619/~3/227706933/351570.html
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Nicole Parra

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]February, 2008:[/b] Announced she would not run for re-election in AD 30
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Fran Florez

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $115,101
Expenditures: $8,831
Cash on Hand: $112,952
Source: California Target Book
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Danny Gilmore

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $0
Expenditures: $4,667
Cash on Hand: $12,703
Source: California Target Book
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Danny Gilmore

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
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Danny Gilmore

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $0
Expenditures: $4,667
Cash on Hand: $12,703
Source: California Target Book
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William W. Monning

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $99,272 (includes $5,000 from Monning)
Expenditures: $36,271
Cash on Hand: $66,499
Source: California Target Book
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Barbara Sprenger

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $72,441 (includes $ 36,000 from Sprenger)
Expenditures: $18,307
Cash on Hand: $101,169
Source: California Target Book
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Emily Reilly

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $117,146 (includes $4,000 from Reilly)
Expenditures: $58,757
Cash on Hand: $35,4000
Source: California Target Book



Campaign website: http://www.emilyreilly.com/

[b]Endorsements include:[/b]
John Garamendi, Lieutenant Governor of California
Betty Yee, Chair, California State Board of Equalization
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William R. Berryhill

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $329,011 (includes $190,000 from Berryhill)
Expenditures: $122,820
Cash on Hand: $204,127
Source: California Target Book
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Dominic J. Caserta

on Feb. 17, 2008
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[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $343,860 (includes $3,100 from Caserta)
Expenditures: $76,961
Cash on Hand: $271,748
Source: California Target Book


[b]Nov. 2007[/b]: Caserta says he has raised more than $275,000. Fong said he has raised $150,000.
Source: http://www.mercurynews.com/ci_7420798

[b]Oct. 2007:[/b] Then-candidate Rod Diridon commissioned a poll from Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin & Associates of 400 voters likely to vote in the Democratic primary put Diridon in the lead, followed by Paul Fong and then Caserta.

[b]Endorsements for Caserta include:[/b]
Mike Kasperzak, former Mountain View mayor
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Jerry Hill

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $396,786
Expenditures: $99,731
Cash on Hand: $316,545
Source: California Target Book
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Richard W. Holober

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $206,054 (includes $137,000 from Holober)
Expenditures: $32,993
Cash on Hand: $261,386
Source: California Target Book
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Davies Ononiwu

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]February, 2008:[/b] Dropped out as candidate in AD 15 race ( http://www.totalcapitol.com/?district=15 ).
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Frederic C. Klaske

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]February, 2008:[/b] Dropped out as candidate in AD 15 race (http://www.totalcapitol.com/?district=15 ).
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Frederic C. Klaske

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]February, 2008:[/b] Dropped out as candidate in AD 15 race.
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Davies Ononiwu

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]February, 2008:[/b] Dropped out as candidate in AD 15 race.
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Frederic C. Klaske

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]February, 2008:[/b] Dropped out of AD 15 race
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Joan Buchanan

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $166,905 (includes $50,000 from Buchanan)
Expenditures: $54,687
Cash on Hand: $125,107
Source: California Target Book
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Scott Kamena

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $241,734
Expenditures: $82,539
Cash on Hand: $284,795
Source: California Target Book
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Robert Rao

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $289,263 (includes $108,000 from Rao)
Expenditures: $104,650
Cash on Hand: $207,964
Source: California Target Book
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Abram Wilson

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $189,302
Expenditures: $59,321
Cash on Hand: $129,981
Source: California Target Book
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Judy Lloyd

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $259,723 (includes $10,000 from Lloyd)
Expenditures: $64,564
Cash on Hand: $205,210
Source: California Target Book
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Paul G. Hegyi

on Feb. 17, 2008
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[b]Endorsements:[/b]
Ted Costa, a leading figure in the 2000 recall election of Gov. Gray Davis

[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $88,845
Expenditures: $111,736
Cash on Hand: $55,821
Source: California Target Book
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Paul G. Hegyi

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Endorsements:[/b] Ted Costa, a leading figure in the 2000 recall election of Gov. Gray Davis and is CEO of The People’s Advocate

[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $88,845
Expenditures: $111,736
Cash on Hand: $55,821
Source: California Target Book
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Paul G. Hegyi

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]Endorsements:[/b] Ted Costa, a leading figure in the 2000 recall election of Gov. Gray Davis and is CEO of The People’s Advocate



[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $88,845
Expenditures: $111,736
Cash on Hand: $55,821
Source: California Target Book
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Joseph Nation

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b]February 11, 2008:[/b] Announced his candidacy for Senate District 3. (Source: http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/010535.html )
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Jeff Denham

on Feb. 17, 2008
This edit:
[b] February, 2008:[/b] 67,000 Recall signatures were turned in to election officials in the five counties that encompass the senate district. A total of 31,084 valid signatures need to be counted to qualify the recall for the ballot. If successful, the governor will be required to set a date for the recall election. The most likely date would be the same as the June 3 statewide Primary Election.

[b]September 2007:[/b] Denham created a campaign account to fight the recall attempt against him. Source: http://cal-access.sos.ca.gov/Campaign/Committees/Detail.aspx?id=1300419&view=electronic

[b]2007-2008:[/b] Denham is defending himself against a recall attempt by the state's Democratic leadership. The recall campaign began during the budget impasse in the summer of 2007, as Denham refused to break from the Republican caucus and cast the final vote necessary to pass the state budget. Consultants Wayne Johnson and Tim Clark are working for Denham's defensive campaign.

Denham's website: http://www.joinwithjeff.com/
Recall campaign website: http://www.dumpdenham.com/


[b]August 2007:[/b] Denham was removed by Senate Pro tem Don Perata as vice chair of the governmental organization committee and as chair of the agriculture committee. after the state budget impasse in which Denham refused to break from the Republican caucus and cast the final vote necessary to pass the budget. Perata returned Denham to a seat on the committee in January 2008, though not as vice-chair.
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Jack Sieglock

on Feb. 12, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $311,654 (includes $200,000 of his own money)
Expenditures: $111,736
Cash on Hand: $223,957
Source: California Target Book



Campaign consultant: Wayne Jonson and Tim Clark, JohnsonClark
Fundraiser: Wendy Warfield, Warfield and Associates

Endorsements include:
Assemblyman Alan Nakanishi
State Sen. Dave Cogdill
Assemblyman Greg Aghazarian
Assemblymember Guy Houston
Assemblyman Cameron Smyth
Senator Chuck Poochigian (Ret.)
Assemblyman Larry Bowler (Ret.)
Alex Spanos
Dean Andal
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Theodore Terbolizard

on Feb. 11, 2008
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February 10, 2008: Arrested for Driving under the Influence.
Sac Bee: http://www.sacbee.com/114/story/704717.html
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Theodore Terbolizard

on Feb. 11, 2008
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February 10, 2008: Arrested for Driving under the Influence.
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Kriss Worthington

on Feb. 10, 2008
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[b]1996 - current:[/b] Elected to Berkeley City Council
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Kriss Worthington

on Feb. 10, 2008
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[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $61,112
Expenditures: $15,959
Cash on Hand: $48,625
Source: California Target Book

campaign website: www.krissworthington.com
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Kriss Worthington

on Feb. 10, 2008
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Campaign Cash
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $61,112
Expenditures: $15,959
Cash on Hand: $48,625
Source: California Target Book

campaign website: www.krissworthington.com
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Kriss Worthington

on Feb. 10, 2008
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[b]1996 - current:[/b] Elected to Berkeley City Councilmember
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Kriss Worthington

on Feb. 10, 2008
This edit:
Campaign Cash
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $61,112
Expenditures: $15,959
Cash on Hand: $48,625
Source: California Target Book
No previous notes.

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Tony Thurmond

on Feb. 10, 2008
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[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $84,731
Expenditures: $27,202
Cash on Hand: $58,470
Source: California Target Book
No previous notes.

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Tom Ammiano

on Feb. 10, 2008
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[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $279,348
Expenditures: $38,069
Cash on Hand: $207,462
Source: California Target Book
No previous notes.

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Alyson Huber

on Feb. 10, 2008
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Campaign Cash
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $18,560
Expenditures: $1,222
Cash on Hand: $17,399
Source: California Target Book
No previous notes.

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David Sander

on Feb. 10, 2008
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[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $257,395 (includes $50,000 of his own money)
Expenditures: $51,972
Cash on Hand: $205,423
Source: California Target Book
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Jack Sieglock

on Feb. 10, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $311,654 (includes $200,000 of his own money)
Expenditures: $111,736
Cash on Hand: $223,957
Source: California Target Book



Campaign consultant: Wayne Jonson and Tim Clark, JohnsonClark
Fundraiser: Wendy Warfield, Warfield and Associates

Endorsements include:
State Sen. Dave Cogdill
Assemblyman Greg Aghazarian
Assemblymember Guy Houston
Assemblyman Cameron Smyth
Senator Chuck Poochigian (Ret.)
Assemblyman Larry Bowler (Ret.)
Alex Spanos
Dean Andal
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Paul G. Hegyi

on Feb. 10, 2008
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[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $88,845
Expenditures: $111,736
Cash on Hand: $55,821
Source: California Target Book
No previous notes.

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James Nielsen

on Feb. 10, 2008
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[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $235,133
Expenditures: $141,673
Cash on Hand: $148,968
Source: California Target Book


Campaign website: http://www.nielsenforassembly.com/
Campaign consultants: Wayne Johnson and Tim Clark

Endorsements include:
Assemblymember Doug LaMalfa
State Senator Jeff Denham
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Mariko Yamada

on Feb. 10, 2008
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[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $172,657
Expenditures: $108,853
Cash on Hand: $103,699
Source: California Target Book
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Christopher Cabaldon

on Feb. 10, 2008
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[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $443,031
Expenditures: $143,914
Cash on Hand: $333,146
Source: California Target Book
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Christopher Cabaldon

on Feb. 10, 2008
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Campaign Cash
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $443,031
Expenditures: $143,914
Cash on Hand: $333,146
Source: California Target Book
No previous notes.

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Daniel R. Logue

on Feb. 10, 2008
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Campaign Cash
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $330,434
Expenditures: $99,497
Cash on Hand: $273,305
Source: California Target Book



Campaign consultant: Jim Nygren

Endorsements include:
State Senator Sam Aanestad
State Senator Bob Margett
State Senator Dave Cogdill
State Senator Roy Ashburn
State Senator Dennis Hollingsworth
Assemblymember Rick Keene
Assemblymember Cameron Smyth
Assemblymember Bill Emmerson
Chris Simcox, Minuteman Civil Defense Corps president
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Sue Horne

on Feb. 10, 2008
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Campaign Cash
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $283,335
Expenditures: $92,094
Cash on Hand: $263,239
Source: California Target Book



Campaign consultant: JohnsonClark

Endorsements include:
State Senator Dave Cox
State Senator Jeff Denham
State Senator Mark Wyland
State Senator Jim Nielsen, Retired
Assemblymember Anthony Adams
Assemblymember Mike Duvall
Assemblymember Bonnie Garcia
Assemblymember Shirley Horton
Assemblymember Doug LaMalfa
Assemblymember George Plescia
Assemblymember Sharon Runner
Assemblymember Jim Silva
Assemblymember Audra Strickland
Assemblymember Mimi Walters
Assemblymember Tony Strickland, Retired
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Charles Schaupp

on Feb. 10, 2008
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Campaign Cash
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $100,000
Expenditures: $225
Cash on Hand: $99,775
Source: California Target Book
No previous notes.

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James Nielsen

on Feb. 10, 2008
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[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $235,133
Expenditures: $141,673
Cash on Hand: $148,234
Source: California Target Book

Campaign website: http://www.nielsenforassembly.com/
Campaign consultants: Wayne Johnson and Tim Clark

Endorsements include:
Assemblymember Doug LaMalfa
State Senator Jeff Denham
No previous notes.

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California Target Book

on Feb. 10, 2008
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Publisher: Allan Hoffenblum
C-Editors: Al Pross, Tony Quinn and Darry Sragow,

http://www.californiatargetbook.com/
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James Nielsen

on Feb. 10, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $235,133
Expenditures: $141,673
Cash on Hand: $148,234
Source: Target Book

Campaign website: http://www.nielsenforassembly.com/
Campaign consultants: Wayne Johnson and Tim Clark

Endorsements include:
Assemblymember Doug LaMalfa
State Senator Jeff Denham
No previous notes.

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James Nielsen

on Feb. 10, 2008
This edit:
[b]Campaign Cash[/b]
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $235,133
Expenditures: $141,673
Cash on Hand: $148,234
Source: Target Book

Campaign website: http://www.nielsenforassembly.com/
Campaign consultants: Wayne Johnson and Tim Clark

Endorsments include:
Assemblymember Doug LaMalfa
State Senator Jeff Denham
No previous notes.

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James Nielsen

on Feb. 10, 2008
This edit:
Campaign Cash
January 1 to December 31, 2007
Money Raised: $235,133
Expenditures: $141,673
Cash on Hand: $148,234
Source: Target Book

Campaign website: http://www.nielsenforassembly.com/
Campaign consultants: Wayne Johnson and Tim Clark

Endorsments include:
Assemblymember Doug LaMalfa
State Senator Jeff Denham
No previous notes.

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James Nielsen

on Feb. 10, 2008
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$ Totals - Jan 1 to Dec. 31, 2007
Money Raised: $235,133
Expenditures: $141,673
Cash on Hand: $148,234
Source: Target Book

Campaign website: http://www.nielsenforassembly.com/
Campaign consultants: Wayne Johnson and Tim Clark

Endorsments include:
Assemblymember Doug LaMalfa
State Senator Jeff Denham
No previous notes.

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Greg Lucas

on Jan. 22, 2008
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[b]2008:[/b] started California's Capitol blog ( http://www.californiascapitol.com/ )

Former Sacramento Bureau Chief for the SF Chronicle
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Marty Keller

on Jan. 17, 2008
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[b]2007:[/b] The former executive director of Automotive Repair Coalition of California, was appointed as the State's small business advocate by Gov. Schwarzenegger. A $99,0000 post recently re-created by the state.
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Carl Fogliani

on Jan. 8, 2008
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[b]Currently:[/b]
Owner at Fogliani Strategies
Chief of Staff for Republican Assemblymember Greg Aghazarian

[b]Previously:[/b]
Campaign Manager for Congressman Richard Pombo
Campaign Manager for Aghazarian for State Assembly (AD 26)
Director, Office of Parliamentary Affairs, Assembly Republican Leader Dave Cox
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Jim Dantona

on Jan. 7, 2008
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Dantona is President of consulting firm Governmental Impact (http://www.govimpact.com).


[b]Jan. 7, 2008:[/b] Dantona dropped out of State Senate Primary Race (SD 19) against Hannah Beth Jackson

[b]Nov. 7, 2006:[/b] Dantona was defeated by Republican Peter Foy 50.61% to 48.44% in the race for Ventura County Supervisor, District 4.
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Jim Dantona

on Jan. 7, 2008
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Dantona is President of consulting firm Governmental Impact (http://www.govimpact.com).


[b]Jan. 7, 2008:[/b] Dantona dropped out of State Senate Primary Race (SD 10) against Hannah Beth Jackson

[b]Nov. 7, 2006:[/b] Dantona was defeated by Republican Peter Foy 50.61% to 48.44% in the race for Ventura County Supervisor, District 4.
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Meg Whitman

on Dec. 26, 2007
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[b]December, 2007:[/b] The Capitol Morning Report indicated that she could be exploring a run for California Governor in 2010, as a Republican.

J[b]uly 31, 2007:[/b] Announced as a National Finance Chair for Mitt Romney's Romney For President campaign
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Meg Whitman

on Dec. 26, 2007
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[b]December, 2007:[/b] The Capitol Morning Report indicated that she could be exploring a run for California Governor in 2010, as a Republican.

J[b]uly 31, 2007:[/b] Announced as a National Finance Chair for Mitt Romney's Romney For President campaign
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Meg Whitman

on Dec. 26, 2007
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December, 2007: The Capitol Morning Reported that she could be exploring a run for California Governor in 2010, as a Republican.

July 31, 2007: Announced as a National Finance Chair for Mitt Romney's Romney For President campaign
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James Goldstene

on Dec. 20, 2007
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[b]October, 2007:[/b] Named California Air Resources Board Executive Director, replacing Catherine Witherspoon (http://www.fresnobee.com/384/story/175095.html )

In the past worked for many state agencies as an environmental advisor. Worked for Assemblyman Lloyd Connelly and the late Lt. Gov. Leo McCarthy.
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John Balmes

on Dec. 20, 2007
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[b]Dec 20, 2007:[/b] Appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to Air Resources Board

[b]1996-current:[/b] Professor of Medicine, UC Berkeley

[b]1982-1996:[/b] Earlier, he was an assistant professor of medicine for the University of Southern California
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Al Lundeen

on Dec. 18, 2007
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[b]Dec., 2007:[/b] Hired as California State Lottery Press Secretary

Former media consultant for Woodward McDowell
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Al Lundeen

on Dec. 18, 2007
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[b]Dec., 2007:[/b} Hired as California State Lottery Press Secretary

Former media consultant for Woodward McDowell
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Warren T. Furutani

on Dec. 12, 2007
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[b]December 11, 2007:[/b] Furutani won the Special election primary to fill the AD 55 seat, vacated by Laura Richardson who went to Congress. Because Furutani didn't get more than 50% of the vote in the Primary, he has to face a February General Election against two minor-party candidates.
http://www.dailybreeze.com/news/articles/12409816.html

Furutani is a consultant to Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez.
Source: http://www.dailybreeze.com/news/articles/10199181.html

-- Member of the board of trustees for the Los Angeles Community College District
(http://www.laccd.edu/board_of_trustees/board_members/furutani.htm)

-- Former board member of the Los Angeles Unified School District
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Warren T. Furutani

on Dec. 12, 2007
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Furutani won the Special election primary to fill the AD 55 seat, vacated by Laura Richardson who went to Congress. Because Furutani didn't get more than 50% of the vote in the Primary, he has to face a February General Election against two minor-party candidates.
http://www.dailybreeze.com/news/articles/12409816.html

Furutani is a consultant to Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez.
Source: http://www.dailybreeze.com/news/articles/10199181.html

-- Member of the board of trustees for the Los Angeles Community College District
(http://www.laccd.edu/board_of_trustees/board_members/furutani.htm)

-- Former board member of the Los Angeles Unified School District
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Larry McCarthy

on Dec. 3, 2007
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[b]December 1, 2007:[/b] Passed away after long battle with skin cancer. Teresa Casazza has filled-in as interim President of the Association
(Online Thoughts and Memories book: http://www.kmarq.com/larry/ )

[b]1989:[/b] Promoted to President of the California Taxpayers Association

[b]1976[/b] Hired as Legislative Advocate for the California Taxpayers Association
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Larry McCarthy

on Dec. 3, 2007
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[b]December 1, 2007:[/b] Passed away after long battle with skin cancer. Teresa Casazza has filled-in as interim President of the Association
(Online Thoughts and Memories book: http://www.kmarq.com/larry/ )

[b]1989:[/b] Hired as President of the California Taxpayers Association
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Larry McCarthy

on Dec. 3, 2007
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[b]December 1, 2007:[/b] Passed away after long battle with skin cancer. Teresa Casazza has filled-in as interim President of the Association
(Online Thoughts and Memories book: http://www.kmarq.com/larry/ )

Long-time President of the California Taxpayers Association
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Larry McCarthy

on Dec. 3, 2007
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[b]December 1, 2007:[/b] Passed away after long battle with skin cancer. Teresa Cassazza has filled-in as interim President of the Association

Long-time President of the California Taxpayers Association
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Jackie Speier

on Nov. 27, 2007
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At least two polls have been conducted that indicate that Speier would give Lantos a serious challenge in the race for CD 12. (Source: Target Book)
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Daniel McCrory

on Nov. 27, 2007
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[b]Campaign manager[/b]
Helen Doherty, chair of the CA Democratic Party Native American Caucus

[b]Endorsements[/b]
CWA, International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, Local 1484
United Food & Commercial Workers Local 1442
United Steelworkers Local 675.
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Daniel McCrory

on Nov. 27, 2007
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Former president of Communications Workers of America (CWA) Local 9503
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Daniel McCrory

on Nov. 27, 2007
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[b]Campaign manager:[/b] Helen Doherty, chair of the CA Democratic Party Native American Caucus

[b]Endorsements[/b]
CWA, International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, Local 1484
United Food & Commercial Workers Local 1442
United Steelworkers Local 675.
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James Ledford

on Nov. 27, 2007
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Running for Assembly District 36 against Sharon Runner in 2008

[b]Nov, 2005:[/b] Elected to his eighth term as Mayor of Palmdale

[b]1992:[/b] Elected to his first term as Palmdale Mayor

[b]1990-92:[/b] Served on the city’s planning commission and two years on the city council prior

Served as a supervisor at Lockheed for six years and owned a small business in Palmdale for ten years.
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James Ledford

on Nov. 27, 2007
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Running for Assembly District 36 against Sharon Runner in 2008

[b]Nov, 2005:[/b] Elected to his eighth term as Mayor of Palmdale

[b]1990-92:[/b] Elected to his first term as Palmdale Mayor

[b]1990-92:[/b] Served on the city’s planning commission and two years on the city council prior

Served as a supervisor at Lockheed for six years and owned a small business in Palmdale for ten years.
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Loni Hancock

on Nov. 27, 2007
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Endorsements:

Congresswoman Barbara Lee
Oakland Mayor Ron Dellums.
State Senate President pro Tem Don Perata
Congressman George Miller
Congresswoman Ellen Tauscher
Assemblyman Sandré Swanson.
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Mike Gipson

on Nov. 27, 2007
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Oct. 2, 2007 -- Assemblymember Mervyn Dymally withdrew his support for Gipson and endorsed Warren Furutani.

Campaign website: http://www.mikegipson.com/
Campaign consultant: Richie Ross
Campaign manager: Patrick Furey
Campaign manager: Susan Burnside

[b]Endorsements include:[/b]
Rep. Laura Richardson
State Senator Don Perata
State Senator Gloria Romero
The Legislative Black Caucus
Senator Mark Ridley-Thomas
Senator Alex Padilla
Senator Ed Vincent
Senator Ron Calderon
Assemblymember Curren Price, Jr.
Sheriff Lee Baca
Councilmember Herb Wesson
Councilmember Bernard Parks
Councilmember Janice Hahn


[b]Independent Expenditure supporting Gipson:[/b]

Alliance for California’s Tomorrow, a California Business Coalition, spending $36,362 for mailers.
Contributors in 2006 include energy producers, insurance companies, beer distributors, tobacco companies and horse racing.
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Mike Gipson

on Nov. 27, 2007
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Oct. 2, 2007 -- Assemblymember Mervyn Dymally withdrew his support for Gipson and endorsed Warren Furutani.

Campaign website: http://www.mikegipson.com/
Campaign consultant: Richie Ross
Campaign manager: Patrick Furey
Campaign manager: Susan Burnside

[b]Endorsements include:[/b]
Rep. Laura Richardson
State Senator Don Perata
State Senator Gloria Romero
The Legislative Black Caucus
Senator Mark Ridley-Thomas
Senator Alex Padilla
Senator Ed Vincent
Senator Ron Calderon
Assemblymember Curren Price, Jr.
Sheriff Lee Baca
Councilmember Herb Wesson
Councilmember Bernard Parks
Councilmember Janice Hahn




[b]Independent Expenditure supporting Gipson:[/b/

Alliance for California’s Tomorrow, a California Business Coalition, spending $36,362 for mailers.
Contributors in 2006 include energy producers, insurance companies, beer distributors, tobacco companies and horse racing.
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Warren T. Furutani

on Nov. 27, 2007
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Campaign consultant: Parke Skelton, SG&A Campaigns
Campaign manager: Sandra Sanchez

Endorsements include:
Assemblymember Mervyn Dymally
Assemblymember Mike Eng
Assemblymember Ted Lieu
Assemblymember Fiona Ma
Assemblymember Alberto Torrico
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa
Carson Mayor Jim Dear
Los Angeles County Firefighters Local 1014


[b]Two Independent Expenditures supporting Furutani:[/b]
Strengthening Our Lives Through Education, Community Action and Civic Participation, A Coalition of Labor Organizations – Candidate PAC, spending $54,866 for voter contact and polling.
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Jack Stewart

on Nov. 17, 2007
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[b]March, 1998:[/b] Named President of the California Manufacturers & Technology Association (CMTA).

[b]1992:[/b] Hired as the Executive Vice President of CMTA (at the time, it was the California Manufacturers Assn.)

[b]1984:[/b] Appointed by Gov. George Deukmejian as Chief Deputy of the California Department of Commerce.

[b]1983 - 84:[/b] Chief Consultant for the California Senate Select Committee on Business Development

[b]1981 - 83:[/b] Staff Director of the California Senate Minority Leader's Office

[b]1974 - 1980:[/b] staffed many Members of Congress.
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Jack Stewart

on Nov. 17, 2007
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[b]March, 1998:[/b] Named President of the California Manufacturers & Technology Association.

[b]1992:[/b] Hired as the Executive Vice President of CMTA (formerly the California Manufacturers Assn.)

[b]1984:[/b] Appointed by Gov. George Deukmejian as Chief Deputy of the California Department of Commerce.

[b]1983 - 84:[/b] Chief Consultant for the California Senate Select Committee on Business Development

[b]1981 - 83:[/b] Staff Director of the California Senate Minority Leader's Office

[b]1974 - 1980:[/b] staffed many Members of Congress.
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Jack Stewart

on Nov. 17, 2007
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[b]March, 1998:[/b] Named President of the California Manufacturers & Technology Association.

[b]1992:[/b] Hired as the Executive Vice President of CMTA (formerly the California Manufacturers Assn.)

[b]1984:[/b] Appointed by Gov. George Deukmejian as Chief Deputy of the California Department of Commerce.

[b]1983 - 84:[/b] Chief Consultant for the California Senate Select Committee on Business Development

[b]1981 - 83:[/b] Staff Director of the California Senate Minority Leader's Office

[b]1974 - 1980:[/b] staffed many Members of Congress.
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Jack Stewart

on Nov. 17, 2007
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[b]March, 1998:[/b] Named President of the California Manufacturers & Technology Association.

[b]1992:[/b] Hired as the Executive Vice President of CMTA (formerly the California Manufacturers Assn.)

[b]1984:[/b] Appointed by Gov.George Deukmejian as Chief Deputy of the California Department of Commerce.

[b]1983 - 84:[/b] Chief Consultant for the California Senate Select Committee on Business Development

[b]1981 - 83:[/b] Staff Director of the California Senate Minority Leader's Office

[b]1974 - 1980:[/b] staffed many Members of Congress.
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Jack Stewart

on Nov. 17, 2007
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[b]March, 1998:[/b] Named President of the California Manufacturers & Technology Association.

[b]1992:[/b] Hired as the Executive Vice President of CMTA (formerly the California Manufacturers Assn.)

[b]1984:[/b] Appointed by Gov.George Deukmejian as Chief Deputy of the California Department of Commerce.

[b]1983 - 84:[/b] Chief Consultant for the California Senate Select Committee on Business Development

[b]1981 - 83:[/b] Staff Director of the California Senate Minority Leader's Office

[b]1974 - 1980:[/b] staffed many Members of Congress.
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Don Novey

on Nov. 17, 2007
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[b]2002:[/b] Retired as President of California Correctional Peace Officers Assn. (CCPOA).

Well known for rebuilding CCPOA. In his own words, [i]"We had a total reorganization of the union that helped us politically. We restructured into labor, legislation and legal (divisions) and then wrapped the bacon around it—better known as political action."[/i]
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Michael Jimenez

on Nov. 17, 2007
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[b]2002:[/b] Took over for Don Novey as CCPOA President.
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Michael Jimenez

on Nov. 17, 2007
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2002: Took over for Don Novey as CCPOA President.
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Carl Guardino

on Nov. 5, 2007
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[b]1997 - current:[/b] President and Chief Executive Officer, Silicon Valley Manufacturing Group (Palo Alto, CA)

Former executive in governmental affairs with Hewlett Packard.

Former chief of staff for Central Valley Assemblyman Rusty Areias.
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Cruz Bustamante

on Nov. 5, 2007
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Ran for Insurance Commissioner in 2006

Former Lt. Governor
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Cruz Bustamante

on Nov. 5, 2007
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Former Lt. Governor
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Dennis Albiani

on Nov. 5, 2007
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[b]2005 - 06:[/b] Deputy Legislative Secretary for resources, energy, food & agriculture and Cal EPA for Gov. Schwarzenegger

[b]2003 - 04:[/b] California Food and Agriculture Deputy Secretary under Gov. Gray Davis
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Jerry Azevedo

on Nov. 1, 2007
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Public Relations expert for APCO Worldwide since 1998.
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James Goldstene

on Oct. 30, 2007
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[b]October, 2007:[/b] Named CARB Executive Director, replacing Catherine Witherspoon (http://www.fresnobee.com/384/story/175095.html )

In the past worked for many state agencies as an environmental advisor. Worked for Assemblyman Lloyd Connelly and the late Lt. Gov. Leo McCarthy.
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James Goldstene

on Oct. 30, 2007
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[b}October, 2007:[/b] Named CARB Executive Director, replacing Catherine Witherspoon (http://www.fresnobee.com/384/story/175095.html )

In the past worked for many state agencies as an environmental advisor. Worked for Assemblyman Lloyd Connelly and the late Lt. Gov. Leo McCarthy.
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John Dutra

on Oct. 28, 2007
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[b]October, 2007:[/b] Contributed $249 to incumbent Newark Mayor Dave Smith's campaign. ( http://www.insidebayarea.com/ci_7305750?source=rss )

[b]2006:[/b] Lost race for Senate District 10 against Ellen Corbett. Was prohibited from using "Assemblymember emeritus" as ballot designation ( http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4176/is_20060321/ai_n16150596 )

[b]2000-2004:[/b] Assemblyman in AD 20

Considered a moderate Democrat
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John Dutra

on Oct. 28, 2007
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[b]October, 2007:[/b] Contributed $249 to incunmbent Newark Mayor Dave Smith's campaign. ( http://www.insidebayarea.com/ci_7305750?source=rss )

[b]2006:[/b] Lost race for Senate District 10 against Ellen Corbett. Was prohibited from using "Assemblymember emeritus" as ballot designation ( http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4176/is_20060321/ai_n16150596 )

[b]2000-2004:[/b] Assemblyman in AD 20

Considered a moderate Democrat
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John Dutra

on Oct. 28, 2007
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[b]October, 2007:[/b] Contributed $249 to incunmbent Newark Mayor Dave Smith's campaign. ( http://www.insidebayarea.com/ci_7305750?source=rss )

[b]2006:[/b] Lost race for Senate District 10 against Ellen Corbett. Was prohibited from using "Assemblymember emeritus" as ballot designation ( http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4176/is_20060321/ai_n16150596 )

[b]2000-2004:[/b] Assemblyman

Considered a moderate Democrat
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John Dutra

on Oct. 28, 2007
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[b]October, 2007:[/b] Contributed $249 to Newark Mayor Dave Smith's campaign. ( http://www.insidebayarea.com/ci_7305750?source=rss )

[b]2006:[/b] Lost race for Senate District 10 against Ellen Corbett. Was prohibited from using "Assemblymember emeritus" as ballot designation ( http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4176/is_20060321/ai_n16150596 )

[b]2000-2004:[/b] Assemblyman

Considered a moderate Democrat
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John Dutra

on Oct. 28, 2007
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[b]October, 2007:[/b] Contributed $249 to Newark Mayor Dave Smith's campaign.

[b]2006:[/b] Lost race for Senate District 10 against Ellen Corbett. Was prohibited from using "Assemblymember emeritus" as ballot designation ( http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4176/is_20060321/ai_n16150596 )

[b]2000-2004:[/b] Assemblyman

Considered a moderate Democrat
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John Dutra

on Oct. 28, 2007
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[b]2006:[/b] Lost race for Senate District 10 against Ellen Corbett. Was prohibited from using "Assemblymember emeritus" as ballot designation ( http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4176/is_20060321/ai_n16150596 )

[b]2000-2004:[/b] Assemblyman

Considered a moderate Democrat
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John Dutra

on Oct. 28, 2007
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[b]2006:[/b] Lost race for Senate District 10 against Ellen Corbett. Was prohibited from using "Assemblymember emeritus" as ballot designation ( http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4176/is_20060321/ai_n16150596 )

[b]2000-2004:[/b] Assemblyman

Considered a moderate Democrat
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John Dutra

on Oct. 28, 2007
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2006: Lost race for Senate District 10 against Ellen Corbett. Was prohibited from using "Assemblymember emeritus" as ballot designation ( http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4176/is_20060321/ai_n16150596 )

2000-2004: Assemblyman

Considered a moderate Democrat
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John Dutra

on Oct. 28, 2007
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2006: Lost race for Senate District 10 against Ellen Corbett

2000-2006: Assemblyman

Considered a moderate Democrat
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Ed Rollins

on Oct. 28, 2007
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[b]October 2007:[/b] Took over as campaign chairman for the proposed ballot initiative Presidential Election Reform Act

[b]1990-2007:[/b] Rollins consulted on the campaigns of Michael Huffington for U.S. Senate, New York State Senate contender Kathleen Troia "KT" McFarland, New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman for Gov., U.S. Representative Katherine Harris for the U.S. Senate. According to a Wall Street Journal article, the Harris and Rollins had a falling-out, with Rollins not attending a staff meeting in Tampa and quitting a few days later after he questioned the viability of her campaign. Rollins was also involved in Ross Perot's 1992 presidential campaign

[b]1996:[/b] Wrote "[i]Bare Knuckles and Back Rooms[/i]", an inside look at politics, and snapshots of such figures as Newt Gingrich, Ross Perot, Richard Nixon, the Reagans, and others.

[b]1980's:[/b] Was a consultant to former Gov. and President Ronald Reagan, both in his Administration and his campaign for U.S. President (Before joining the campaign Rollins served as Assistant to the President for Political Affairs and Director of the Office of Political Affairs from 1981-83)

[b]1970's:[/b] Rollins staffed many offices in the California State Legislature
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Ed Rollins

on Oct. 28, 2007
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[b]October 2007:[/b] Took over as campaign chairman for the proposed ballot initiative Presidential Election Reform Act

[b]1990-2007:[/b] Recently, Rollins consulted on the campaigns of Michael Huffington for U.S. Senate, New York State Senate contender Kathleen Troia "KT" McFarland, New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman for Gov., U.S. Representative Katherine Harris for the U.S. Senate. According to a Wall Street Journal article, the two had a falling-out, with Rollins not attending a staff meeting in Tampa and quitting a few days later after he questioned the viability of her campaign. Rollins was also involved in Ross Perot's 1992 presidential campaign

[b]1996:[/b] Wrote "[i]Bare Knuckles and Back Rooms[/i]", an inside look at politics, and snapshots of such figures as Newt Gingrich, Ross Perot, Richard Nixon, the Reagans, and others.

[b]1980's:[/b] Was a consultant to former Gov. and President Ronald Reagan, both in his Administration and his campaign for U.S. President (Before joining the campaign Rollins served as Assistant to the President for Political Affairs and Director of the Office of Political Affairs from 1981-83)

[b]1970's:[/b] Rollins staffed many offices in the California State Legislature
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Ed Rollins

on Oct. 28, 2007
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[b]October 2007:[/b] Took over as campaign chairman for the proposed ballot initiative Presidential Election Reform Act

[b]1990-2007:[/b] Recently, Rollins consulted on the campaigns of Michael Huffington for U.S. Senate, New York State Senate contender Kathleen Troia "KT" McFarland, New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman for Gov., U.S. Representative Katherine Harris for the U.S. Senate. According to a Wall Street Journal article, the two had a falling-out, with Rollins not attending a staff meeting in Tampa and quitting a few days later after he questioned the viability of her campaign. Rollins was also involved in Ross Perot's 1992 presidential campaign

[b]1996:[/b] Wrote "[i]Bare Knuckles and Back Rooms[/i]", an inside look at politics, and snapshots of such figures as Newt Gingrich, Ross Perot, Richard Nixon, the Reagans, and others.

[b]1980's:[/b] Was a consultant to former Gov. and President Ronald Reagan, both in his Administration and his campaign for U.S. President (Before joining the campaign Rollins served as Assistant to the President for Political Affairs and Director of the Office of Political Affairs from 1981-83)

[b]1970's[/b] Rollins staffed many offices in the California State Legislature in the seventies
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Ed Rollins

on Oct. 28, 2007
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[b]October 2007:[/b] Took over as campaign chairman for the proposed ballot initiative Presidential Election Reform Act

[b]1990-2007:[/b] Recently, Rollins consulted on the campaigns of Michael Huffington for U.S. Senate, New York State Senate contender Kathleen Troia "KT" McFarland, New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman for Gov., U.S. Representative Katherine Harris for the U.S. Senate. According to a Wall Street Journal article, the two had a falling-out, with Rollins not attending a staff meeting in Tampa and quitting a few days later after he questioned the viability of her campaign. Rollins was also involved in Ross Perot's 1992 presidential campaign

[b]1996:[/b] Wrote "Bare Knuckles and Back Rooms", an inside look at politics, and snapshots of such figures as Newt Gingrich, Ross Perot, Richard Nixon, the Reagans, and others.

[b]1980's:[/b] Was a consultant to former Gov. and President Ronald Reagan, both in his Administration and his campaign for U.S. President (Before joining the campaign Rollins served as Assistant to the President for Political Affairs and Director of the Office of Political Affairs from 1981-83)

[b]1970's[/b] Rollins staffed many offices in the California State Legislature in the seventies
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Ed Rollins

on Oct. 28, 2007
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[b]October 2007:[/b] Took over as campaign chairman for the proposed ballot initiative Presidential Election Reform Act

[b]1990-2007:[/b] Recently, Rollins consulted on the campaigns of Michael Huffington for U.S. Senate, New York State Senate contender Kathleen Troia "KT" McFarland, New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman for Gov., U.S. Representative Katherine Harris for the U.S. Senate. According to a Wall Street Journal article, the two had a falling-out, with Rollins not attending a staff meeting in Tampa and quitting a few days later after he questioned the viability of her campaign. Rollins was also involved in Ross Perot's 1992 presidential campaign

[b]1996[/b] Wrote "Bare Knuckles and Back Rooms", an inside look at politics, and snapshots of such figures as Newt Gingrich, Ross Perot, Richard Nixon, the Reagans, and others.

[b]1980's[/b] Was a consultant to former Gov. and President Ronald Reagan, both in his Administration and his campaign for U.S. President (Before joining the campaign Rollins served as Assistant to the President for Political Affairs and Director of the Office of Political Affairs from 1981-83)

[b]1970's[/b] Rollins staffed many offices in the California State Legislature in the seventies
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Ed Rollins

on Oct. 28, 2007
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[b]October 2007:[/b] Took over as campaign chairman for the proposed ballot initiative Presidential Election Reform Act

[b]1990-2007:[/b] Recently, Rollins consulted on the campaigns of Michael Huffington for U.S. Senate, New York State Senate contender Kathleen Troia "KT" McFarland, New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman Gov., U.S. Representative Katherine Harris for the U.S. Senate. According to a Wall Street Journal article, the two had a falling-out, with Rollins not attending a staff meeting in Tampa and quitting a few days later after he questioned the viability of her campaign. Rollins was also involved in Ross Perot's 1992 presidential campaign

[b]1996[/b] Wrote "Bare Knuckles and Back Rooms", an inside look at politics, and snapshots of such figures as Newt Gingrich, Ross Perot, Richard Nixon, the Reagans, and others.

[b]1980's[/b] Was a consultant to former Gov. and President Ronald Reagan, both in his Administration and his campaign for U.S. President (Before joining the campaign Rollins served as Assistant to the President for Political Affairs and Director of the Office of Political Affairs from 1981-83)

[b]1970's[/b] Rollins staffed many offices in the California State Legislature in the seventies
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Ed Rollins

on Oct. 28, 2007
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[b]October 2007:[/b] Took over as campaign chairman for the proposed ballot initiative Presidential Election Reform Act

[b]1990-2007:[/b] Recently, Rollins consulted on the campaigns of Republican New York State Senate contender Kathleen Troia "KT" McFarland, New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman, U.S. Representative Katherine Harris for the U.S. Senate. According to a Wall Street Journal article, the two had a falling-out, with Rollins not attending a staff meeting in Tampa and quitting a few days later after he questioned the viability of her campaign. Rollins was also involved in Ross Perot's 1992 presidential campaign

[b]1996[/b] Wrote "Bare Knuckles and Back Rooms", an inside look at politics, and snapshots of such figures as Newt Gingrich, Ross Perot, Richard Nixon, the Reagans, and others.

[b]1980's[/b] Was a consultant to former Gov. and President Ronald Reagan, both in his Administration and his campaign for U.S. President (Before joining the campaign Rollins served as Assistant to the President for Political Affairs and Director of the Office of Political Affairs from 1981-83)

[b]1970's[/b] Rollins staffed many offices in the California State Legislature in the seventies
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Ed Rollins

on Oct. 28, 2007
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[b]October 2007:[/b] Took over as campaign chairman for the proposed ballot initiative Presidential Election Reform Act

[b]1990-2007:[/b] Recently, Rollins consulted on the campaigns of Republican New York State Senate contender Kathleen Troia "KT" McFarland, U.S. Representative Katherine Harris for the U.S. Senate. According to a Wall Street Journal article, the two had a falling-out, with Rollins not attending a staff meeting in Tampa and quitting a few days later after he questioned the viability of her campaign. Rollins was also involved in Ross Perot's 1992 presidential campaign

[b]1980's[/b] Was a consultant to former Gov. and President Ronald Reagan, both in his Administration and his campaign for U.S. President (Before joining the campaign Rollins served as Assistant to the President for Political Affairs and Director of the Office of Political Affairs from 1981-83)

[b]1970's[/b] Rollins staffed many offices in the California State Legislature in the seventies
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Garry South

on Oct. 21, 2007
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[b]2006:[/b] Senior Advisor to the Steve Westly for Governor primary campaign

[b]2003-04:[/b] Senior Advisor to the Joe Lieberman for President campaign.

[b]2004:[/b] Chief strategist on several initiatives on the November ballot, including the campaigns against Propositions 67 and 68. Both measures lost badly - 68 by one of the biggest margins in California history, 16-84.

[b]2000:[/b] Key advisor to Al Gore's California presidential campaign,

[b]2000:[/b] Lead strategist for the successful statewide school-bond measure, Prop. 39.
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Garry South

on Oct. 21, 2007
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[b]2006:[/b] Senior Advisor to the Westly for Governor primary campaign

[b]2003-04:[/b] Senior Advisor to the Joe Lieberman for President campaign.

[b]2004:[/b] Chief strategist on several initiatives on the November ballot, including the campaigns against Propositions 67 and 68. Both measures lost badly - 68 by one of the biggest margins in California history, 16-84.

[b]2000:[/b] Key advisor to Al Gore's California presidential campaign,

[b]2000:[/b] Lead strategist for the successful statewide school-bond measure, Prop. 39.
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Garry South

on Oct. 21, 2007
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[b]2006:[/b] Senior Advisor to the Westly for Governor primary campaign

[b]2003-04:[/b] Senior Advisor to the Joe Lieberman for President campaign.

[b]2004[/b]Chief strategist on several initiatives on the November ballot, including the campaigns against Propositions 67 and 68. Both measures lost badly - 68 by one of the biggest margins in California history, 16-84.

[b]2000:[/b] Key advisor to Al Gore's California presidential campaign,

[b]2000:[/b] Lead strategist for the successful statewide school-bond measure, Prop. 39.
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Garry South

on Oct. 21, 2007
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[b]2006:[/b] Senior Advisor to the Westly for Governor primary campaign

[b]2003-04:[/b] Senior Advisor to the Joe Lieberman for President campaign.

[b]2004[/b]Chief strategist on several initiatives on the November ballot, including the campaigns against Propositions 67 and 68. Both measures lost badly - 68 by one of the biggest margins in California history, 16-84.

[b]2000:[/b] Key advisor to Al Gore's California presidential campaign,

[b]2000:[/b] Lead strategist for the successful statewide school-bond measure, Prop. 39.
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Alan D. Bersin

on Oct. 21, 2007
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Currently serves on the executive committee of the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority.

April, 2005 - Nov., 2006: California Secretary of Education .

Former superintendent of San Diego City Schools.

Former federal assistant district attorney for the United States District Court for the Southern District of California.

Former U.S. Attorney General’s Southwest Border Representative, or "Border Czar."
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Hannah-Beth Jackson

on Oct. 18, 2007
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[b]October 18, 2007:[/b] Sac Bee's Jim Sanders reported that she is running for Senate District 19 (termed out Tom McClintock's seat)
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Hannah-Beth Jackson

on Oct. 18, 2007
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[b]October 18, 2007:[/b] Sac Bee's Jim Sanders reported that she is running for Senate District 19 (termed out Tom McClintock's seat)
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Dean Andal

on Oct. 17, 2007
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[b]2003:[/b] Co-Chair, Tax Policy Group, Governor Schwarzenegger Transition Team

[b]1994-2002:[/b] California Board of Equalization and Franchise Tax Board

[b]1991-94:[/b] California State Assembly
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Dean Andal

on Oct. 17, 2007
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History of Leadership

[b]2003:[/b] Co-Chair, Tax Policy Group, Governor Schwarzenegger Transition Team

[b]1994-2002:[/b] California Board of Equalization and Franchise Tax Board

[b]1991-94:[/b] California State Assembly
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Steven Hill

on Oct. 17, 2007
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[b]2006:[/b] Authored “10 Steps to Repair American Democracy" http://www.amazon.com/10-Steps-Repair-American-Democracy/dp/0976062151
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Steven Hill

on Oct. 17, 2007
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[b]2006:[/b]Authored “10 Steps to Repair American Democracy" http://www.amazon.com/10-Steps-Repair-American-Democracy/dp/0976062151
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Budget Project

on Oct. 17, 2007
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The California Budget Project ( http://www.cbp.org ) is a non-profit research and advocacy group for moderate-income families.
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Budget Project

on Oct. 17, 2007
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The California Budget Project ( http://www.cbp.org ) ) is a non-profit research and advocacy group for moderate-income families.
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Joe Grindstaff

on Oct. 13, 2007
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[b]2005:[/b] Hired as Cal Fed Executive Director

Deputy director of the California Department of Water and Resources Agency
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Joe Grindstaff

on Oct. 13, 2007
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[b]2005:[/b] Hired as Cal Fed Executive Director
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Joe Grindstaff

on Oct. 13, 2007
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[b]2005:[/b] Hired as Cal Fed Director
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Julie Sauls

on Oct. 13, 2007
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[b]2006:[\b] Hired as spokeswoman for the California Trucking Association

Former Chief of staff to the Assembly Republican Caucus
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Julie Sauls

on Oct. 13, 2007
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[b]2006:[\b] Hired as spokeswoman for the California Trucking Association

Former Chief of staff to the Assembly Republican Caucus
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Julie Sauls

on Oct. 13, 2007
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2006: Hired as spokeswoman for the California Trucking Association

Former Chief of staff to the Assembly Republican Caucus
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London Biggs

on Oct. 12, 2007
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Will be auctioned at the Sacramento "Up for Bid" Bachelor/Bachelorrette Auction on October 13, 2007, a fundraiser for the benefit of 20-30 Club. ( http://www.upforbid.info/bachelorettes.html )
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Nicole Winger

on Oct. 11, 2007
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Former consultant for State Senator Gloria Romero
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Deborah Sims LeBlanc

on Oct. 10, 2007
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Declared as a candidate for Assembly District 52 on August 29, 2006.
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J.J. Jelincic

on Oct. 8, 2007
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Former President of the California State Employees Association. Defeated in election on October 6, 2007 by Dave Hart, with a vote of 539-438. (Sac Bee:
http://www.sacbee.com/111/story/421130.html)
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Dave Hart

on Oct. 8, 2007
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Elected President of the California State Employees Association on October 6,2007 defeating incumbent president, J.J. Jelincic, with a vote of 539-438.

Hart Was an engineer in the Department of Water Resources and was backed by the leadership of Service Employees International Union Local 1000, the largest of the four affiliate unions inside CSEA. Altogether, the four CSEA affiliates represent approximately 136,000 state workers. (Sac Bee: http://www.sacbee.com/111/story/421130.html)
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J.J. Jelincic

on Oct. 8, 2007
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Former President of the California State Employees Association. Defeated in election on October 6 by Dave Hart, with a vote of 539-438. (Sac Bee:
http://www.sacbee.com/111/story/421130.html)
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Dave Hart

on Oct. 8, 2007
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Elected President of the California State Employees Association on October 6, defeating incumbent president, J.J. Jelincic, with a vote of 539-438.

Hart Was an engineer in the Department of Water Resources and was backed by the leadership of Service Employees International Union Local 1000, the largest of the four affiliate unions inside CSEA. Altogether, the four CSEA affiliates represent approximately 136,000 state workers. (Sac Bee: http://www.sacbee.com/111/story/421130.html)
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Dave Hart

on Oct. 8, 2007
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Elected President of the California State Employees Association on October 6, defeating incumbent president, J.J. Jelincic, with a vote of 539-438.

Hart Was an engineer in the Department of Water Resources and was backed by the leadership of Service Employees International Union Local 1000, the largest of the four affiliate unions inside CSEA. Altogether, the four CSEA affiliates represent approximately 136,000 state workers.

http://www.sacbee.com/111/story/421130.html
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J.J. Jelincic

on Oct. 8, 2007
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Former President of the California State Employees Association. Defeated in election on October 6 by Dave Hart, with a vote of 539-438.
http://www.sacbee.com/111/story/421130.html
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J.J. Jelincic

on Oct. 8, 2007
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Former President of the California State Employees Association. Defeated in election on October 6 by J.J. Jelincic, with a vote of 539-438.
http://www.sacbee.com/111/story/421130.html
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Dave Hart

on Oct. 8, 2007
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Elected President of the California State Employees Association on October 6, defeating incumbent president, J.J. Jelincic, 539-438.

Hart Was an engineer in the Department of Water Resources and was backed by the leadership of Service Employees International Union Local 1000, the largest of the four affiliate unions inside CSEA. Altogether, the four CSEA affiliates represent approximately 136,000 state workers.

http://www.sacbee.com/111/story/421130.html
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Jonathan Wilcox

on Oct. 5, 2007
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Wilcox is the spokesman for the Missouri-based Take Initiative America group. The tax-exempt group was formed Sept. 10, 2007, according to the organization's incorporation documents. A day later, the group donated $175,000 to fund a petition-gathering that would get the so-called Presidential Election Reform Act on the June, 2007 ballot.
Source: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2007/09/27/MNNCSDUH6.DTL


-- Currently adjunct faculty at the University of Southern California's Annenberg School of Communication

-- Previously, Wilcox was a spokesman and speechwriter for Bill Simon and former Governor Pete Wilson
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Lynda Gledhill

on Oct. 5, 2007
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Gledhill is a spokeswoman for Senator Don Perata

-- Former San Francisco Chronicle reporter
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Jonathan Wilcox

on Oct. 5, 2007
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Wilcox is the spokesman for the Missouri-based Take Initiative America group. The tax-exempt group was formed Sept. 10, 2007, according to the organization's incorporation documents. A day later, the group donated $175,000 to fund a petition-gathering that would get the so-called Presidential Election Reform Act on the June, 2007 ballot.
Source: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2007/09/27/MNNCSDUH6.DTL


-- Currently adjunct faculty at the University of Southern California's Annenberg School of Communication

-- Previously, Wilcox was a spokesman and speechwriter for Bill Simon
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John Roy Gabriel

on Oct. 3, 2007
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[b]October 3, 2007: [/b] Doug Mosebar, president of the CA Farm Bureau Federation, informed the Capitol Morning Report that they had learned that Roy Gabriel passed away overnight, in Washington, D.C. He was there with a Farm Bureau group.

Gabriel worked for the Farm Bureau for nearly 35 years, except for a short time in the late 1990s when he served aschief deputy director of the state Department of Industrial Relations.
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John Roy Gabriel

on Oct. 3, 2007
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[b]October 3, 2007: [/b] Doug Mosebar, president of the CA Farm Bureau Federation, informed the Capitol Morning Report that they had learned that Roy Gabriel
passed away overnight, in Washington, D.C. He was there with a Farm Bureau group.

Gabriel worked for the Farm Bureau for nearly 35 years, except for a short time in the late 1990s when he served aschief deputy director of the state Department of Industrial Relations.
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Joe Desmond

on Oct. 2, 2007
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[b]November, 2006:[/b] Hired as Senior Vice President for External Affairs, NorthernStar Natural Gas and Clearwater Port, a liquefied natural gas company.

[b]May, 2006:[/b] Left the California Energy Commission after being appointed Undersecretary for Energy Affairs in the California Resources Agency.

[b]January, 2006:[/b] Reappointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to a full five-year term on the Energy Commission

[b]May, 2005:[/b] Appointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to Chair the California Energy Commission, to fulfill the unexpired term of former Chairman William Keese.
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Joe Desmond

on Oct. 2, 2007
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[b]January, 2007:[/b] Hired as Senior Vice President for External Affairs, NorthernStar Natural Gas and Clearwater Port, a liquefied natural gas company.

[b]May, 2006:[/b] Left the California Energy Commission after being appointed Undersecretary for Energy Affairs in the California Resources Agency.

[b]January, 2006:[/b] Reappointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to a full five-year term on the Energy Commission

[b]May, 2005:[/b] Appointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to Chair the California Energy Commission, to fulfill the unexpired term of former Chairman William Keese.
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Joe Desmond

on Oct. 2, 2007
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January, 2007: Hired as Senior Vice President for External Affairs, NorthernStar Natural Gas and Clearwater Port.

May 2006: Mr. Desmond was appointed Undersecretary for Energy Affairs in the California Resources Agency.

January, 2006: reappointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to a full five-year term on the Energy Commission

May, 2005: Appointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to Chair the California Energy Commission, to fulfill the unexpired term of former Chairman William Keese.
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Anne Dunsmore

on Oct. 1, 2007
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[b]September, 2007:[/b] Departed Guiliani's Presidential campaign abruptly and was replaced by Jim Lee, a Texas co-chair of the campaign ( http://blog.washingtonpost.com/the-trail/2007/09/26/giuliani_fires_top_fundraiser.html )

[b]May, 2007:[/b] Hired as Rudy Guiliani's national fundrasier for his Presidential campaign
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Anne Dunsmore

on Oct. 1, 2007
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[b]September, 2007:[/b] Departed Guiliani's Presidential campaign abruptly and was replaced by Jim Lee, a Texas co-chair of the campaign ( http://blog.washingtonpost.com/the-trail/2007/09/26/giuliani_fires_top_fundraiser.html )

[b]May, 2007:[/b] Hired as Rudy Guiliani's national fundrasier for his Presidential campaign
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Anne Dunsmore

on Oct. 1, 2007
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[b]September, 2007:[/b] Departed Guiliani's Presidential campaign abruptly and was replaced by Jim Lee, a Texas co-chair of the campaign ( http://blog.washingtonpost.com/the-trail/2007/09/26/giuliani_fires_top_fundraiser.html )

[b]May, 2007:[/b] Hired as Rudy Guiliani's national fundrasier for his Presidential campaign
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Proposition 98

on Sept. 30, 2007
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Proposition 98 is a complex formula for setting a minimum annual funding level for K-12 schools and community colleges.

California voters enacted Proposition 98 in 1988 as an amendment to the State Constitution. This measure, which was later amended by Proposition 111, establishes a minimum annual funding level for K-14 schools (K-12 schools and community colleges). Proposition 98 funding constitutes over 70 percent of total K-12 funding and about two-thirds of total community college funding.
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Kevin C. Eckery

on Sept. 28, 2007
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[b]September 28, 2007:[/b] Eckery (and Tom Hiltachk) resigned from the "Presidential Election Reform Act" committee. The LA Times and others reported that he resigned as a result of the initiatives failure to attract significant support and the refusal by one donor, "Take Initiative America", to fully disclose the source of its funds. ( http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/front/la-na-initiative28sep28,1,7257639.story )


Eckery is President of Eckery Associates (http://www.eckery.com/)

Eckery is a spokesman for Californians for Equal Representation (http://www.yesmyvotecounts.com/), the committee pushing to qualify for the June 2008 ballot the initiative Presidential Election Reform Act.
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Kevin C. Eckery

on Sept. 28, 2007
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[b]September 28, 2007:[/b] Eckery (and Tom Hiltachk) resigned from the "Presidential Election Reform Act" committee. The LA Times and others reported that he resigned as a result of the initiatives failure to attract significant support and the refusal by one donor, "Take Initiative America", to fully disclose the source of its funds. ( http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/front/la-na-initiative28sep28,1,7257639.story )


ckery is President of Eckery Associates (http://www.eckery.com/)

Eckery is a spokesman for Californians for Equal Representation (http://www.yesmyvotecounts.com/), the committee pushing to qualify for the June 2008 ballot the initiative Presidential Election Reform Act.
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Thomas W. Hiltachk

on Sept. 28, 2007
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[b]September 28, 2007:[/b] Hiltachk (and Kevin Eckery) resigned from the "Presidential Election Reform Act" committee. The LA Times and others reported that he resigned as a result of the initiatives failure to attract significant support and the refusal by one donor, "Take Initiative America", to fully disclose the source of its funds. ( http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/front/la-na-initiative28sep28,1,7257639.story )


Hiltachk was the principal proponent of the "Presidential Election Reform Act," an initiative pending at the Attorney General's Office as of July 30, 2007. A PDF of the initiative is here: http://ag.ca.gov/cms_pdfs/initiatives/2007-07-17_07-0032_Initiative.pdf

Hiltachk is Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s personal lawyer for election matters and the managing partner of Bell, McAndrews & Hiltachk, the law firm for the California Republican Party.
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Thomas W. Hiltachk

on Sept. 28, 2007
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[b]September 28, 2007:[/b] Hiltachk (and Kevin Eckerly) resigned from the "Presidential Election Reform Act" committee. The LA Times and others reported that he resigned as a result of the initiatives failure to attract significant support and the refusal by one donor, "Take Initiative America", to fully disclose the source of its funds. ( http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/front/la-na-initiative28sep28,1,7257639.story )


Hiltachk was the principal proponent of the "Presidential Election Reform Act," an initiative pending at the Attorney General's Office as of July 30, 2007. A PDF of the initiative is here: http://ag.ca.gov/cms_pdfs/initiatives/2007-07-17_07-0032_Initiative.pdf

Hiltachk is Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s personal lawyer for election matters and the managing partner of Bell, McAndrews & Hiltachk, the law firm for the California Republican Party.
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Rob Reiner

on Sept. 27, 2007
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[b]September 27, 2007:[/b] Endorsed Hilary Clinton for President ( http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/la-na-reiner27sep27,1,7777092.story?track=rss )


[b]March 29, 2006:[/b] Reiner was criticized for campaigning for Prop 82 to fund state-run preschools while still chair of the First Five Commission, causing Reiner to resign from his position. An audit was conducted and it concluded the commission did not violate state law, and that the state commission had clear legal authority to conduct its public advertising campaigns related to preschool. Proposition 82 failed with 39.1% support.

[b]1998:[/b] Chaired campaign to pass Prop 10, the California Children and Families Initiative, which created First 5 California, a program of early childhood development services, funded by a tax on tobacco products. He served as chairman of First 5 California from 1999 to 2006.

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Active in progressive and liberal politics, Reiner campaigned in Iowa for Democratic Presidential candidate Howard Dean just before the 2004 Iowa caucus, and campaigned extensively for Al Gore in 2000. Reiner was mentioned as a possible candidate to run against California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2006, but decided not to run for personal reasons.
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Rob Reiner

on Sept. 27, 2007
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[b]September 27, 2007:[/b] Endorsed Hilary Clinton for President ( http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/la-na-reiner27sep27,1,7777092.story?track=rss )


[b]March 29, 2006:[/b] Reiner was criticized for campaigning for Prop 82 to fund state-run preschools while still chair of the First Five Commission, causing Reiner to resign from his position. An audit was conducted and it concluded the commission did not violate state law, and that the state commission had clear legal authority to conduct its public advertising campaigns related to preschool. Proposition 82 failed with 39.1% support.

[b]1998:[/b] Chaired campaign to pass Prop 10, the California Children and Families Initiative, which created First 5 California, a program of early childhood development services, funded by a tax on tobacco products. He served as chairman of First 5 California from 1999 to 2006.

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Active in progressive and liberal politics, Reiner campaigned in Iowa for Democratic Presidential candidate Howard Dean just before the 2004 Iowa caucus, and campaigned extensively for Al Gore in 2000. Reiner was mentioned as a possible candidate to run against California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2006, but decided not to run for personal reasons.

He has been a contributing blogger for The Huffington Post since May 2005. He tries to limit the amount of cigarette smoking in his films,and is a member of the Social Responsibility Task Force, an organization advocating moderation where social issues (like violence and tobacco use) and the entertainment industry meet.
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Vince Sollitto

on Sept. 21, 2007
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[b]September, 2007:[/b] Hired as spokesman for start-up company in Bay Area, Cuill ( http://www.cuill.com/ )

[b]2005 - 2007:[/b] VP, Media Relations for the California Chamber of Commerce

[b]2004 - 2005:[/b] Spokesman for Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger
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Vince Sollitto

on Sept. 21, 2007
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[b]September, 2007:[/b] Hired as spokesman for start-up company in Bay Area

[b]2005 - 2007:[/b] VP, Media Relations for the California Chamber of Commerce

[b]2004 - 2005:[/b] Spokesman for Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger
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Vince Sollitto

on Sept. 21, 2007
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[b]September, 2007:[/b] Hired as spokesman for start up company in Bay Area

[b]2005 - 2007:[/b] VP, Media Relations for the California Chamber of Commerce

[b]2004 - 2005:[/b] Spokesman for Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger
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Denise Davis

on Sept. 21, 2007
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[b]September 20, 2007:[/b] Hired as VP of Media relations for the California Chamber of Commerce. Replaced Vince Sollitto.

[b]2005 - 2007:[/b] Senior VP with Randle Communications

[b]2005:[/b] VP with APCO Worldwide
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Denise Davis

on Sept. 20, 2007
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[b]September 20, 2007:[/b] Hired as VP of Media relations for the California Chamber of Commerce

[b]2005 - 2007:[/b] Senior VP with Randle Communications

[b]2005:[/b] VP with APCO Worldwide
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Mike Madrid

on Sept. 18, 2007
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[b]September, 2007:[/b] Started the California League of Cities blog at http://www.californiacitynews.org/
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Mike Madrid

on Sept. 18, 2007
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[b]September, 2007:[/b] Started the california League of Cities blog at http://www.californiacitynews.org/
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William Lerach

on Sept. 18, 2007
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September 18, 2007: Expected to plead guilty to a charge of criminal conspiracy (kickbacks) and may serve prison sentence of one to two years and pay fee to total millions of dollars ( http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/metro/20070918-9999-1n18lerach.html )

August, 2007: Resigned from the San Diego law firm he co-founded in 2004, which was renamed Coughlin Stoia Geller Rudman & Robbins.

San Diego trial lawyer who aggressively expanded the use of class-action lawsuits against U.S. corporations and helped write and support Proposition 211 in 1996. Known as the "Lerach" initiative, Prop 211, had it passed, would have lowered the standard for proving fraud in California state court, allowed punitive damages for the first time in shareholder suits, and made corporate officers personally liable. Under Prop. 211, any company could be sued there--as long as it had one California shareholder.
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William Lerach

on Sept. 18, 2007
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September 18, 2007: Expected to plead guilty to a charge of criminal conspiracy (kickbacks) and may serve prison sentence of one to two years and pay fee to total millions of dollars ( http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/metro/20070918-9999-1n18lerach.html )

August, 2007: Resigned from the San Diego law firm he co-founded in 2004, which was renamed Coughlin Stoia Geller Rudman & Robbins.

San Diego trial lawyer who aggressively expanded the use of class-action lawsuits against U.S. corporations and helped write and support Proposition 211 in 1996. Known as the "Lerach" initiative, Prop 211, had it passed, would have lowered the standard for proving fraud in California state court, allowed punitive damages for the first time in shareholder suits, and made corporate officers personally liable. And it wasn't just confined to California companies. Under Prop. 211, any company could be sued there--as long as it had one California shareholder.
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William Lerach

on Sept. 18, 2007
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September 18, 2007: Expected to plead guilty to a charge of criminal conspiracy (kickbacks) and may serve prison sentence of one to two years and pay fee to total millions of dollars ( http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/metro/20070918-9999-1n18lerach.html )

August, 2007: Resigned from the San Diego law firm he co-founded in 2004, which was renamed Coughlin Stoia Geller Rudman & Robbins.

San Diego trial lawyer who aggressively expanded the use of class-action lawsuits against U.S. corporations and helped defeat Proposition 211 in 1998
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William Lerach

on Sept. 18, 2007
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September 18, 2007: Expected to plead guilty to a charge of criminal conspiracy (kickbacks) and may serve prison sentence of one to two years and pay fee to total millions of dollars ( http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/metro/20070918-9999-1n18lerach.html )

August, 2007: Resigned from the San Diego law firm he co-founded in 2004, which was renamed Coughlin Stoia Geller Rudman & Robbins.

San Diego trial lawyer who aggressively expanded the use of class-action lawsuits against U.S. corporations and helped defeat Proposition 211 in 1998
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Kimberly Statham

on Sept. 18, 2007
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September 18, 2007: Hired as Deputy superintendent for teaching and learning with the D.C, Office of the State Superintendent of Education
(http://www.insidebayarea.com/ci_6926235?source=rss)

September 14, 2007: On the eve of one-year anniversary, she resigned as California's administrator for the Oakland Unified School District
Letter: http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/nwzchik/detail?blogid=32&entry_id=20309

2006 - 07: State Administrator for Oakland Unified School District

2006: Interim State Administrator for Oakland Unified School District

2005 - 06: Chief Academic Officer of the Oakland Unified School District

Previously served as Deputy Superintendent and Chief Academic Officer in Howard County, Maryland, a district with 47,000 students and 69 schools.
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Karen Hanretty

on Sept. 17, 2007
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National conservative commentator who regularly appears on Fox News to provide political analysis

2007: Hired in September as Deputy Communications Director and spokeswoman for the Fred Thompson for President Campaign (http://www.mcclatchydc.com/homepage/story/19490.html )

2003 - 05: Communications Director and chief spokesperson for the California Republican Party

2003: Press secretary to the Schwarzenegger for Governor Campaign

1999 - '03: worked for State Senator Bruce McPherson, State Senator Bob Margett, Senate Republican Leader Jim Brulte.
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Karen Hanretty

on Sept. 17, 2007
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National conservative commentator who regularly appears on Fox News to provide political analysis

2007: Hired in September as Deputy Communications Director and spokeswoman for the Fred Thompson for President Campaign (http://www.mcclatchydc.com/homepage/story/19490.html )

2003 - 05: Communications Director and chief spokesperson for the California Republican Party

2003: Press secretary to the Schwarzenegger for Governor Campaign

1999 - '03: worked for State Senator Bruce McPherson, State Senator Bob Margett, Senate Republican Leader Jim Brulte.
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Karen Hanretty

on Sept. 17, 2007
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National conservative commentator who regularly appears on Fox News to provide political analysis

2007: Hired in September as Deputy Communications Director and spokeswoman for the Fred Thompson for President Campaign (http://www.mcclatchydc.com/homepage/story/19490.html )

2003 - 05: Communications Director and chief spokesperson for the California Republican Party

2003: Press secretary to the Schwarzenegger for Governor Campaign

1999 - '03: worked for State Senator Bruce McPherson, State Senator Bob Margett, Senate Republican Leader Jim Brulte.
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Karen Hanretty

on Sept. 17, 2007
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National conservative commentator who regularly appears on Fox News to provide political analysis

2007: Hired in September as Deputy Communications Director and spokeswoman for the Fred Thompson for President Campaign (http://www.mcclatchydc.com/homepage/story/19490.html )

2003 - 05: Communications Director and chief spokesperson for the California Republican Party

2003: Press secretary to the Schwarzenegger for Governor Campaign

1999 - '03: worked for State Senator Bruce McPherson, State Senator Bob Margett, Press Secretary to Senate Republican Leader Jim Brulte.
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Karen Hanretty

on Sept. 17, 2007
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National conservative commentator who regularly appears on Fox News to provide political analysis

2007: Hired in August as Deputy Communications Director for the Fred Thompson for President Campaign

2003 - 05: Communications Director and chief spokesperson for the California Republican Party

2003: Press secretary to the Schwarzenegger for Governor Campaign

1999 - '03: worked for State Senator Bruce McPherson, State Senator Bob Margett, Press Secretary to Senate Republican Leader Jim Brulte.
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Kimberly Statham

on Sept. 15, 2007
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2007: On the eve of her one-year anniversary, she resigned as California's administrator for the Oakland Unified School District on Sept. 14
Letter: http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/nwzchik/detail?blogid=32&entry_id=20309

2006 - 07: State Administrator for Oakland Unified School District

2006: Interim State Administrator for Oakland Unified School District

2005 - 06: Chief Academic Officer of the Oakland Unified School District

Previously served as Deputy Superintendent and Chief Academic Officer in Howard County, Maryland, a district with 47,000 students and 69 schools.
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Kimberly Statham

on Sept. 15, 2007
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2007: Resigned as California's adminstrator for the Oakland Unified School District on Sept. 14
Letter: http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/nwzchik/detail?blogid=32&entry_id=20309

2006 - 07: State Administrator for Oakland Unified School District

2006: Interim State Administrator for Oakland Unified School District

2005 - 06: Chief Academic Officer of the Oakland Unified School District

Previously served as Deputy Superintendent and Chief Academic Officer in Howard County, Maryland, a district with 47,000 students and 69 schools.
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Kimberly Statham

on Sept. 15, 2007
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2007: Resigned as California's adminstrator for the Oakland Unified School District on Sept. 14
Letter: http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/nwzchik/detail?blogid=32&entry_id=20309
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Kimberly Statham

on Sept. 15, 2007
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2007: Resigned as California's adminstrator for the Oakland Unified School District on Sept. 14
Letter: http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/nwzchik/detail?blogid=32&entry_id=20309
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Keith Richman

on Sept. 11, 2007
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2006: Ran for California State Senator but defeated by Bill Lockyer

2000 - 2006: California State Assemblyman (served as Vice Chairman of the Utilities and Commerce Committee and key legislative measures included HMO reform, bioterrorism preparedness, a statewide energy policy framework, workers' compensation system reforms and expanding access to medical care for all Californians)

Richman is a Doctor and Business owner
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Janette Littler

on Sept. 8, 2007
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2007: Consultant for "San Diegans for City Hall Reform"

2006: Spokeswoman for Orange County City Council candidate Carol Rudat.

2004: Spokeswoman for the "No on Prop 68" campaign
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Janette Littler

on Sept. 8, 2007
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2006: Spokeswoman for Orange County City Council candidate Carol Rudat.

2004: Spokeswoman for the "No on Prop 68" campaign
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Mark Horton

on Aug. 23, 2007
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Assumed his position as Director of California's new Department of Health on July 1, 2007.

2005 - 2007: California state public health officer

1999 - 2005: Deputy agency director and health officer for the County of Orange Health Care Agency

1997 - 1999: Vice president for community programs, director of the Center for Child Protection and director of the Center for Healthier Communities for Children at San Diego Children's Hospital and Health Center.


30 years of experience as a pediatrician and public health official

Boards, committees and commissions: the Orange County Health Care Agency Executive Team, the Children's Services Coordination Committee, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Board of the American Lung Association of Orange County, the Environmental Health Tracking Project, the Orange County Children and Families Commission Technical Advisory Committee and the National Association of County and City Health Officials Tobacco and Chronic Disease Advisory and Environmental Health Committees. Horton also serves on the board of the Orange County Health Needs Assessment Community Partners and co-chairs the Children's Healthcare Initiative.
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Mark Horton

on Aug. 23, 2007
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Assumed his position as Director of California's new Department of Health on July 1, 2007.

2005 - 2007: California state public health officer

1999 - 2005: Deputy agency director and health officer for the County of Orange Health Care Agency

1997 - 1999: Vice president for community programs, director of the Center for Child Protection and director of the Center for Healthier Communities for Children at San Diego Children's Hospital and Health Center.


30 years of experience as a pediatrician and public health official

Boards, committees and commissions: the Orange County Health Care Agency Executive Team, the Children's Services Coordination Committee, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Board of the American Lung Association of Orange County, the Environmental Health Tracking Project, the Orange County Children and Families Commission Technical Advisory Committee and the National Association of County and City Health Officials Tobacco and Chronic Disease Advisory and Environmental Health Committees. Horton also serves on the board of the Orange County Health Needs Assessment Community Partners and co-chairs the Children's Healthcare Initiative.
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Dan Pellissier

on Aug. 20, 2007
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2000-2006: Chief of Staff to Assemblyman Keith Richman

1999-2000: Chief consultant to California Assembly Republican Leader Scott Baugh

1997-1999: Communications director for the public relations firm, Stoorza, Ziegaus, Metzger & Hunt

1994-1997: Assistant secretary for communications for Cal/EPA from 1994 to 1997

1989-1994: Legislative administrator for the Southern California Gas Company
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Reed Hastings

on Aug. 14, 2007
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Founder, chief executive officer, president and chairman of the board, of Netflix

Possible candidate for Mayor of Los Angeles ( http://www.mercurynews.com/ci_6618278? )


Serves on the Board of Directors for Microsoft Corp.

Founded Pure Software.

Active in educational philanthropy and politics.

Founding member of NewSchools.org, Aspire Public Schools, Pacific Collegiate School, and EdVoice.net.

Led the successful drive in 1998 for a stronger charter school law.

Member of Technology Network (TechNet), where he served as CEO for a year.

In 2000, he joined with the California Teachers' Association, Governor Gray Davis, John Doerr, and others to win the battle for easier passage of local school construction bonds.

Served as President of the California State Board of Education for two terms under Gray Davis.

Although Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger nominated Hastings to serve for another term, the California State Legislature rejected him in January of 2005.
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Reed Hastings

on Aug. 14, 2007
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Founder, chief executive officer, president and chairman of the board, of Netflix

Possible candidate for Mayor of Los Angeles ( http://www.mercurynews.com/ci_6618278? )


Serves on the Board of Directors for Microsoft Corp.

Founded Pure Software.

Active in educational philanthropy and politics.

Founding member of NewSchools.org, Aspire Public Schools, Pacific Collegiate School, and EdVoice.net.

Led the successful drive in 1998 for a stronger charter school law.

Member of Technology Network (TechNet), where he served as CEO for a year.

In 2000, he joined with the California Teachers' Association, Governor Gray Davis, John Doerr, and others to win the battle for easier passage of local school construction bonds.

Served as President of the California State Board of Education for two terms under Gray Davis.

Although Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger nominated Hastings to serve for another term, the California State Legislature rejected him in January of 2005.
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Reed Hastings

on Aug. 14, 2007
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Founder, chief executive officer, president and chairman of the board, of Netflix

Serves on the Board of Directors for Microsoft Corp.

Founded Pure Software.

Active in educational philanthropy and politics.

Founding member of NewSchools.org, Aspire Public Schools, Pacific Collegiate School, and EdVoice.net.

Led the successful drive in 1998 for a stronger charter school law.

Member of Technology Network (TechNet), where he served as CEO for a year.

In 2000, he joined with the California Teachers' Association, Governor Gray Davis, John Doerr, and others to win the battle for easier passage of local school construction bonds.

Served as President of the California State Board of Education for two terms under Gray Davis.

Although Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger nominated Hastings to serve for another term, the California State Legislature rejected him in January of 2005.
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Reed Hastings

on Aug. 14, 2007
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Founder, chief executive officer, president and chairman of the board, of Netflix

Serves on the Board of Directors for Microsoft Corp.

Founded Pure Software.

Active in educational philanthropy and politics.

Founding member of NewSchools.org, Aspire Public Schools, Pacific Collegiate School, and EdVoice.net.

Led the successful drive in 1998 for a stronger charter school law.

Member of Technology Network (TechNet), where he served as CEO for a year.

In 2000, he joined with the California Teachers' Association, Governor Gray Davis, John Doerr, and others to win the battle for easier passage of local school construction bonds.

Served as President of the California State Board of Education for two terms under Gray Davis.

Although Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger nominated Hastings to serve for another term, the California State Legislature rejected him in January of 2005.
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Reed Hastings

on Aug. 14, 2007
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Founder, chief executive officer, president and chairman of the board, of Netflix

Serves on the Board of Directors for Microsoft Corp.

Founded Pure Software.

Active in educational philanthropy and politics.

Founding member of NewSchools.org, Aspire Public Schools, Pacific Collegiate School, and EdVoice.net.

Led the successful drive in 1998 for a stronger charter school law.

Member of Technology Network (TechNet), where he served as CEO for a year.

In 2000, he joined with the California Teachers' Association, Governor Gray Davis, John Doerr, and others to win the battle for easier passage of local school construction bonds.

Served as President of the California State Board of Education for two terms under Gray Davis.

Although Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger nominated Hastings to serve for another term, the California State Legislature rejected him in January of 2005.
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Robert Dynes

on Aug. 14, 2007
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Announced on August 13, 2007 that he would step down as the University of California President next June, and for the rest of the academic year turn over day-to-day responsibilities to Provost Wyatt "Rory" Hume, who was given a permanent appointment about a year ago.
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Sheila Kuehl

on Aug. 9, 2007
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Aug. 2007 -- Hillary Clinton's campaign announced the endorsement of Kuehl.
http://www.hillaryclinton.com/news/release/view/?id=2772
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Sheila Kuehl

on Aug. 9, 2007
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Aug. 2007 -- Hillary Clinton's campaign announced the endorsement of Kuehl.
http://www.hillaryclinton.com/news/release/view/?id=2772
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Sheila Kuehl

on Aug. 9, 2007
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Aug. 2007 -- Hillary Clinton's campaign announced the endorsement of Kuehl.
http://www.hillaryclinton.com/news/release/view/?id=2772
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Chris Kahn

on Aug. 6, 2007
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Appointed Gov. Schwarzenegger's deputy chief of staff and legislative secretary in 2006 (http://gov.ca.gov/index.php?/press-release/4904/)

1999-2006: Lobbyist with Sloat Higgins Jensen and Associates

1998-1999: Chief of staff for the California State Assembly Republican Caucus

1995-1998: Chief deputy legislative secretary for Governor Pete Wilson

Former deputy secretary for the California Trade and Commerce Agency

Former chief of staff for California State Senator Marian Bergeson
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Jay Alan Wierenga

on Aug. 2, 2007
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(also Jay Alan)
Currently the Asst. director of communications for the California Office of Homeland Security

2007: Communications director for the California Conservation Corps

2003-'07: News anchor and talk host for Newstalk 1530 KFBK in Sacramento

2000-'03: News anchor for KTXL-TV Fox 40 in Sacramento

1990-'99: Anchor and reporter for KPHO-TV CBS 5 in Phoenix, AZ
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Jay Alan Wierenga

on Aug. 2, 2007
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(also Jay Alan)
Currently the Asst. director of communications for the California Office of Homeland Security

2007: Communications director for the California Conservation Corps

2003-'07: News anchor and talk host for Newstalk 1530 KFBK

2000-'03: News anchor for KTXL-TV Fox 40 in Sacramento

1990 -'99: Anchor and reporter for KPHO-TV CBS 5 in Phoenix, AZ
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Jay Alan Wierenga

on Aug. 2, 2007
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(also Jay Alan)
Currently the Asst. director of communications for the California Office of Homeland Security

2007: Communications director for the California Conservation Corps

2003-'07: News anchor and talk host for Newstalk 1530 KFBK

2000-'03: News anchor for KTXL-TV Fox 40 in Sacramento

1990 -'99: Anchor and reporter for KPHO-TV CBS 5 in Phoenix, AZ
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Jay Alan

on Aug. 2, 2007
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(also Jay Alan Wierenga)
Currently the Asst. director of communications for the California Office of Homeland Security

2007: Communications director for the California Conservation Corps

2003-'07: News anchor and talk host for Newstalk 1530 KFBK

2000-'03: News anchor for KTXL-TV Fox 40 in Sacramento

1990 -'99: Anchor and reporter for KPHO-TV CBS 5 in Phoenix, AZ
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Jay Alan

on Aug. 2, 2007
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(also Jay Alan Wierenga)
Currently the Asst. director of communications for the California Office of Homeland Security

2007: Communications director for the California Conservation Corps

2003-'07: News anchor and talk host for Newstalk 1530 KFBK

2000-'03: News anchor for KTXL-TV Fox 40 in Sacramento

1990 -'99: Anchor and reporter for KPHO-TV CBS 5 in Phoenix, AZ
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Jay Alan

on Aug. 2, 2007
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(also Jay Alan Wierenga)
Currently the Asst. director of communications for the California Office of Homeland Security

2007: Communications director for the California Conservation Corps

2003-'07: News anchor and talk host for Newstalk 1530 KFBK

2000-'03: News anchor for KTXL-TV Fox 40 in Sacramento

1990 -'99: Anchor and reporter for KPHO-TV CBS 5 in Phoenix, AZ
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Jay Alan Wierenga

on Aug. 2, 2007
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Currently the Asst. director of communications for the California Office of Homeland Security

2007: Communications director for the California Conservation Corps

2003-'07: News anchor and talk host for Newstalk 1530 KFBK

2000-'03: News anchor for KTXL-TV Fox 40 in Sacramento

1990 -'99: Anchor and reporter for KPHO-TV CBS 5 in Phoenix, AZ
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Jay Alan Wierenga

on Aug. 2, 2007
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Currently the Asst. director of communications for the California Office of Homeland Security

2007: Communications director for the California Conservation Corps

2003-'07: News anchor and talk host for Newstalk 1530 KFBK

2000-'03: News anchor for KTXL-TV Fox 40 in Sacramento

1990 -'99: Anchor and reporter for KPHO-TV CBS 5 in Phoenix, AZ
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Jay Alan

on Aug. 2, 2007
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(also Jay Alan Wieringa)
Currently the Asst. director of communications for the California Office of Homeland Security

2007: Communications director for the California Conservation Corps

2003-'07: News anchor and talk host for Newstalk 1530 KFBK

2000-'03: News anchor for KTXL-TV Fox 40 in Sacramento

1990 -'99: Anchor and reporter for KPHO-TV CBS 5 in Phoenix, AZ
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Jay Alan

on Aug. 2, 2007
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(also Jay Alan Wieringa)
Currently the Asst. director of communications for the California Office of Homeland Security

2007: Communications Director for the California Conservation Corps

2003-'07: News anchor and talk host for Newstalk 1530 KFBK

2000-'03: News anchor for KTXL-TV Fox 40 in Sacramento

1990 -'99: Anchor and reporter for KPHO-TV CBS 5 in Phoenix, AZ
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Jay Alan Wierenga

on Aug. 2, 2007
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Currently the Asst. director of communications for the California Office of Homeland Security

2007: Commnications Director for the California Conservation Corps

2003-'07: News anchor and talk host for Newstalk 1530 KFBK

2000-'03: News anchor for KTXL-TV Fox 40 in Sacramento

1990 -'99: Anchor and reporter for KPHO-TV CBS 5 in Phoenix, AZ
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Winston Hickox

on July 29, 2007
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Currently Chairs the California Air Resources Board AB 32 Market Advisory Committee

Former Secretary of the California Environmental Protection Agency
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Jean Ross

on July 24, 2007
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Jean M. Ross is the founding executive director of the California Budget Project.

Former principal consultant to the Assembly Revenue and Taxation Committee

Former senior consultant to the Assembly Human Services Committee

Former assistant research director of the Service Employees International Union in Washington, D.C.,

Serves on the Board of the Washington, D.C.-based Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, the Advisory Committee of California's Franchise Tax Board, and the Board of the California Tax Reform Association.
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Rusty Areias

on July 14, 2007
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Former Central Valley Assemblyman
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Carl Guardino

on July 14, 2007
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1997 - current: President and Chief Executive Officer, Silicon Valley Manufacturing Group (Palo Alto, CA)

Former executive in governmental affairs with Hewlett Packard.

Former chief of staff for Central Valley Assemblyman Rusty Areias.
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Carl Guardino

on July 14, 2007
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President and Chief Executive Officer, Silicon Valley Manufacturing Group (Palo Alto, CA)

Formerly worked for Hewlett Packard Company
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Doug Elmets

on July 14, 2007
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President and owner of Elmets Communications (http://www.elmets.com/ )

1990 - 96: Chief lobbyist for ARCO

Former press secretary and chief spokesman for the U.S. Department of Energy during President Reagan’s second term.

Former deputy assistant secretary of energy for external affairs.

White House experience during Reagan Administration: Former executive assistant to the director of presidential personnel, executive director of White House communications, White House spokesman for domestic issues and speechwriter in the White House Office of Political Affairs.
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Doug Elmets

on July 14, 2007
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President and owner of Elmets Communications (http://www.elmets.com/ )

1990 - 96: Chief lobbyist for ARCO for six years

Former press secretary and chief spokesman for the U.S. Department of Energy during President Reagan’s second term.

Former deputy assistant secretary of energy for external affairs.

White House experience during Reagan Administration: Former executive assistant to the director of presidential personnel, executive director of White House communications, White House spokesman for domestic issues and speechwriter in the White House Office of Political Affairs.
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Doug Elmets

on July 14, 2007
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President and owner of Elmets Communications

1990 - 96: Chief lobbyist for ARCO for six years

Former press secretary and chief spokesman for the U.S. Department of Energy during President Reagan’s second term.

Former deputy assistant secretary of energy for external affairs.

White House experience during Reagan Administration: Former executive assistant to the director of presidential personnel, executive director of White House communications, White House spokesman for domestic issues and speechwriter in the White House Office of Political Affairs.
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Matt Sutton

on July 10, 2007
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2002 - current: Tax lobbyist for the CA Manufacturers & Tech. Assn.

2000 - 2002: Lobbyist for the American Electronics Assn.

1998 - 2000: Legislative Director for State Assemblyman John Dutra (Also consultant to the Assembly Committee on Information Technology)
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Gino DiCaro

on July 9, 2007
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1996 - current: communications for the California Manufacturers & Technology Assn
1995: staffer for Pete Wilson for President campaign(Arizona office)
1995: staffer for Steve Forbes for President campaign (Arizona office)
1993 - '94: Intern for U.S. Sen. John McCain (Washington DC and Arizona)
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Gino DiCaro

on July 9, 2007
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1996 - current: communications for the California Manufacturers & Technology Assn
1995: staffer for Pete Wilson for President campaign(Arizona office)
1995: staffer fir Steve Forbes for President campaign (Arizona office)
1993 - '94: Intern for U.S. Sen. John McCain (Washington DC and Arizona)
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Gino DiCaro

on July 9, 2007
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1996 - current: California Manufacturers & Technology Assn.
1995: Pete Wilson for President campaign(Arizona office)
1995: Steve Forbes for President campaign (Arizona office)
1993 - '94: Intern for U.S. Sen. John McCain (Washington DC and Arizona)
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Gino DiCaro

on July 9, 2007
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1996- current: California Manufacturers & Technology Assn.
1995: Pete Wilson for President campaign(Arizona office)
1995: Steve Forbes for President campaign (Arizona office)
1993 to '94: Intern for U.S. Sen. John McCain (Washington DC and Arizona)
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Seth Unger

on July 4, 2007
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2005-06: Spokesperson for State Senator Chuck Poochigian.
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Mary Nichols

on July 3, 2007
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Professor-in-Residence, Director of the UCLA Institute of the Environment (IoE)

Board member of Dept. of Water and Power

1979-2003: California Secretary of Resources

1997-98: Executive Director of the Environment Now Foundation

1993-97: Assistant Administrator of Air and Radiation for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

1989-93: Founded the Los Angeles office for Natural Resources Defense Council as senior attorney

1987-88: Director for the People for the American Way

1985-86: Campaign campaign manager for Tom Bradley for Governor of California

1983-88: Private environmental law consultant

1978-79: Los Angeles Chief Assistant City Attorney in charge of the civil branch

1974-78: Secretary of Environmental Affairs and the Chair of the Air Resources Board

1974-78: Chair of the CA Air Resources Board

1971-74: Attorney for the Center for Law in the Public Interest in Los Angeles
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Bonnie Lowenthal

on June 28, 2007
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Lowenthal, former wife of Sen. Alan Lowenthal, is a potential candidate for the likely soon-to-be-vacated 55th Assembly District seat held by Laura Richardson.
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John Kabateck

on June 27, 2007
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Prior to joining NFIB, Kabateck served as Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's director of external affairs.

Former Senior legislative director and VP for recruitment and placement for the California Restaurant Association.

Former Chief of staff for Assemblywoman Charlene Zettel.

Former executive writer and chief deputy appointments secretary for Gov. Pete Wilson from 1993 to 1999.

Kabateck started his Sacramento experience in 1991 as a special assistant to the secretary of the Business, Transportation and Housing Agency.
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Bill Jones

on June 26, 2007
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Chairman of Pacific Ethanol ( http://www.pacificethanol.net )

Bill Jones is a second-generation farmer and cattle rancher with over twenty years of policy and political experience.

Elected Secretary of State of California in 1994 as the first Central Valley politician to hold a statewide office; he served until January 2003.

First elected to the California Assembly in 1982, he served twelve consecutive years, including two as Republican Leader.
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Michael S. Carona

on June 15, 2007
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Gov. Schwarzenegger re-election team
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Mary Haffner

on June 10, 2007
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Board member of Community and Children’s Advocates Against Pesticide Poisoning.

Trustee for the Ventura Unified School District.
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Kim Belshe

on June 10, 2007
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Appointed secretary of the California Health and Human Services Agency by Gov. Schwarzenegger in November 2003.

Former deputy secretary of the then-Health and Welfare Agency and director of the
Department of Health Services (Gov. Pete Wilson).

Former program director for The James Irvine Foundation, a multipurpose foundation dedicated to
expanding opportunities for the people of California.

Current Board member of the Great Valley Center, which is dedicated to promoting the sustainability of California’s Central Valley region.

A founding commissioner of the California
Children and Families Commission.

Holds a master's degree in public policy from Princeton University and a bachelor's degree in government from Harvard.
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Kim Belshe

on June 10, 2007
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Appointed secretary of the California Health and Human Services Agency by Gov. Schwarzenegger in November 2003.

Former deputy secretary of the then-Health and Welfare Agency and director of the
Department of Health Services (Gov. Pete Wilson).

Former program director for The James Irvine Foundation, a multipurpose foundation dedicated to
expanding opportunities for the people of California.

Current Board member of the Great Valley Center, which is dedicated to promoting the sustainability of California’s Central Valley region.

A founding commissioner of the California
Children and Families Commission.

Holds a master's degree in public policy from
Princeton University and a bachelor's degree in government from Harvard.
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Allan Hoffenblum

on June 10, 2007
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Currently the publisher of the [link="http://www.californiatargetbook.com"]Target Book[[/link]

Managed numerous campaigns for federal, state and local office and ballot propositions.

Former Chief of Staff for the Assembly Republican Caucus.

Former Political Director of the California Republican Party.

Formerly a faculty instructor on political campaign management at U.C. Davis and U.C.L.A.

From 2003 through 2005, he appeared regularly as a political analyst with KCAL-9 TV in Los Angeles.
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Allan Hoffenblum

on June 10, 2007
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Managed numerous campaigns for federal, state and local office and ballot propositions.

Former Chief of Staff for the Assembly Republican Caucus.

Former Political Director of the California Republican Party.

Formerly a faculty instructor on political campaign management at U.C. Davis and U.C.L.A.

From 2003 through 2005, he appeared regularly as a political analyst with KCAL-9 TV in Los Angeles.
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Dorothy Rothrock

on June 9, 2007
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Currently Vice President of Government Relations for the CA Manufacturers & Technology Assn.

Formerly consulted on energy and telecommunications regulatory issues for industrial energy users, policy advocates, and economic research firms.

Began her career at Portland General Corporation as an attorney, moving to management positions in commercial operations, public affairs and power marketing prior to relocating to California in 1990.
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Dan Schnur

on June 5, 2007
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Republican political strategist best known for his work as Senator John McCain's Communications Director in his 2000 presidential campaign.

Former Press Secretary and Communications Director for Governor Pete Wilson's staff in 1990.

Former Communications Director for the California Republican Party.

Former spokesman for the George Bush / Dan Quayle campaign of 1988.

Former media assistant for the Ronald Reagan / George Bush campaign for the election of 1984.
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Stuart Waldman

on June 5, 2007
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Former Chief of Staff to Assemblyman Lloyd Levine
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Stuart Waldman

on June 5, 2007
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Former CHief of Staff to Assemblyman Lloyd Levine
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John McCain

on June 4, 2007
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[i]John McCain 2008[/i] California Leadership Team
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Senior California advisor: John Peschong
Senior economic advisor: Gerald Parsky

California legislators:
State Senator Jeff Denham
Assemblyman George Plescia
Assemblywoman Bonnie Garcia
Assemblyman Van Tran

Former state Senator Jim Neilsen
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Gino DiCaro

on May 30, 2007
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Started with the California Manufacturers & Technology Assn. in March of 1996. Worked in Arizona on the Pete Wilson for President and the Steve Forbes for President Campaigns in 1995. Interned for U.S. Senator John McCain in Washington DC in 1994 and in Arizona in 1993.
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Gino DiCaro

on May 30, 2007
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Started with the California Manufacturers & Technology Assn. in March of 1996. Worked in Arizona on the Pete Wilson for President and the Steve Forbes for President Campaigns in 1995.
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