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Back Lutness for Assembly

Posted: November 1, 2008 3:27 p.m.
Updated: January 3, 2009 5:00 a.m.
 

Cast an informed vote, not a “party“ vote.

We don’t owe political parties our loyalty. They owe us. They owe us better candidates and better government. They owe us leadership.

Carole Lutness, a dynamic challenger for the 38th Assembly seat, is our opportunity to restore honor to our state government.

The Web site www.VoteSmart.org shows that the incumbent received an “F” from environmental and health-care organizations, consumer protection agencies, labor advocates, public transportation and women’s rights groups.

Why? Because he voted against one-payer health care for all, against lower drug costs, against disallowing polluted water to count as available for development (why do we have water shortages?), against slowing development in wildfire areas and requiring two exits in case of fire, and for development in Half Moon Bay, strongly opposed by people in that area and environmental groups statewide.

The 38th Assembly District incumbent has received most of his campaign funds from HMOs, major pharmaceutical companies, developers, and tobacco, alcohol and oil corporations.

The secretary of state Web site, www.sos.ca.gov, has information about all candidates for all offices as all candidates must report to the secretary of state all campaign funds they receive.

Carole has long supported clean money in elections. A vote for Carole is a vote to restore openness and ethical actions in government.

See Carole’s platform at www.lutness4assembly.com to be impressed by her lifelong work for good government. Then give her the opportunity to do as much for our state.

Carole Lutness, 38th Assembly District challenger, deserves your newspaper‘s support and our vote.

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