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Marin, Sonoma County, CA June 6, 2006 Election
United States Representative; District 6; Republican Party Voter Information

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Results as of Jul 13 4:04pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (578/578)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Todd Hooper Click here for more information about this candidate 19,448 votes 57.4%

  • Occupation: Partner, Consulting Firm
  • Married 16 years, two school-age daughters
  • Long-time Marin resident
  • Senior partner at a global management consulting firm
  • BBA, University of Notre Dame; MBA, University of Chicago
  • Our children are badly under-represented. I'm campaigning for our kids' futures. I reject bitter partisanship at the root of short-sighted policies.
  • We must strengthen child safety laws, especially against the threat of internet predators and date-rape drugs. We need to strengthen Amber Alert.
  • We're piling massive debts on our children--currently half-million dollars per family. We need clearer priorities and spending discipline.
Mike Halliwell Click here for more information about this candidate 14,445 votes 42.6%
  • Occupation: College Professor
  • President Books for Peace (a charity helping Peace Corp)
  • UCLA PhD (1974), thesis on California Politics
  • Former Republican nominee for State Senate
  • Member Sonoma County Republican Central Committee
  • Specialist in breast cancer therapy (Marin County), health care policy
  • 1969-present acitivist and litigant for redistrictng reform
  • Maintain freedom of choice in health care, improve access to better therapy
  • Political reform to reduce insider favoritism and improve public accountablility
  • Eliminate incentives for illegal immigration and preserve good jobs for Americans

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