Tom McClintock   REPUBLICAN

»Past events
»Add new event
Does Tom McClintock use Twitter?
»Tell us

Career notes

Career events and notes  You can edit this page! What's this?   Sign-up now

Jan. 8, 2009 McClintock was appointed to the house committees of Natural Resources and Education & Labor.

November 2008: McClintock was elected to represent California's 4th Congressional District, narrowly beating Democratic challenger Charlie Brown.

March 4, 2008: McClintock announced he is entering the race for the Republican nomination the 4th Congressional District. Rico Oller stepped out of the race endorsed McClintock.

McClintock served 19 years in the state legislature.

2003: McClintock was a candidate for governor in California's historic recall election, losing to Arnold Schwarzenegger.

2000-2008: McClintock served in the California State Senate.

1996-2000: McClintock was again elected to the California Assembly

1995: McClintock was named Director of Economic and Regulatory Affairs for the Claremont Institute's Golden State Center for Policy Studies.

1992-1994: McClintock served as Director of the Center for the California Taxpayer, a project of the National Tax Limitation Foundation.

1982-1992: McClintock was elected to the California Assembly at the age of 26 and served until 1992.

McClintock has twice received the Republican nomination for the office of State Controller, narrowly missing election in 2002.

Last edited by Scott Flodin on Jan. 9, 2009

Other pages referencing Tom McClintock: Dan Brennan, Lance Christensen, Jennifer Cressy, Duane Dichiara, Bill George, Hannah-Beth Jackson, Rico Oller, Scott Wilk,

Searching news database ...