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California State Government March 5, 2002 Election
 Smart Voter Mary A. Toman

Candidate for
State Treasurer; State of California; Republican Party

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Investment Manager/University Trustee/Businesswoman
  • Former Deputy Treasurer, State of California
  • Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce under President George H. W. Bush, in charge of trade for 120 industries
  • Commissioner, City of Los Angeles (Chairman, Industrial Development Authority) 1993-95
  • Harvard Business School MBA/Stanford University Economics Degree with Honors
  • Businesswoman for over 20 Years with Extensive Experience in Investment Management, Investment Banking, Finance and Strategic Planning
  • Friend of the Taxpayer Award 1998 from Americans for Tax Reform
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Raise California's Bond Rating so that the State Can Pay Less Interest. The Money Earned by Hardworking Californians Must Not Be Squandered.
  • Put California's Financial House in Order By Closing the Deficit and Restoring Confidence.
  • Invest the State's Money in Safe, High Quality Investments so that Teachers and Other PERS Employees Have Secure Pensions.
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Key Endorsements
  • Matt Fong, Former State Treasurer, State of California
  • San Francisco Chronicle
  • Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association
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Position Papers
California Needs Mary Toman as Its Next State Treasurer
As a Former Deputy Treasurer and Bush Administration Official from 1989-92, Mary Will Be Ready on Day 1 to Solve the State's Financial Problems
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