Thomas W. Hiltachk   REPUBLICAN

Lawyer, Bell, McAndrews & Hiltachk, LLP

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Political and election law attorney since 1988.

Oct 2011: 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.

2004 - 2010: 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.

September 28, 2007: 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. (,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:

1996: Served as an official U.S. election observer for the 1996 Russian Presidential election.

Last edited by gdicaro on Oct. 20, 2011

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