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California State Government March 5, 2002 Election
 Smart Voter Mosemarie Boyd

Candidate for
Governor; State of California; Democratic Party

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: National Political Organizer
  • Currently, President & CEO of American Women Presidents, a national political organization dedicated to electing women U.S. presidents and VPs.
  • Defended the interests of Californians in Washington, D.C., and in Sacramento, working for Sen. Feinstein, Cong. Sanchez, and Gov. Davis.
  • Earned a BA in American Civilization from Brown Univ., an MA in National Security Studies from Georgetown Univ., and studied at Oxford.
  • California native and great-great granddaughter of California Congressman John A. Barham (R-Santa Rosa, 1895-1901).
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • As Governor, my top priority will be coordinating with the president to crush terrorism and hold terrorists responsible.
  • As a bipartisan Democrat, I will protect California's economy, critical infrastructures, and democratic freedoms.
  • And I will work hard to ensure all Californians have access to high-paying jobs, educational excellence, affordable housing, quality healthcare...
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Position Papers
More On The Issues
Top Priority. Economic Strength. Educational Excellence. Quality Healthcare. Affordable Housing. Efficient Transportation. A Safe Environment. Bipartisan Leadership.
Electing Women Presidents
Commander-in-chief Credibility, The Widow Factor, American Voters, More Women Governors, Building Political Infrastructure.
American Women Presidents
Women presidents, prime ministers and heads of state have commanded powerful nations throughout history, however, women have yet to serve as commander-in-chief of the United States--our esteemed representative democracy. The campaign to elect women presidents of the United States began over 130 years ago and now it's time to finish the job!
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