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Los Angeles County, CA November 4, 2008 Election
 Smart Voter John Paul "Jack" Lindblad

Candidate for
Member of the State Assembly; District 39

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Green
  • Occupation: Architect/County Councilmember
  • Master of Architecture, Texas A&M University
  • Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Design, University of Washington
  • Candidate of the Peace and Freedom Party for the 24th US Congressional Seat in 1992
  • "Conflict Resolution Training-Mending Human Relations" sponsored by L.A. City Human Relations Commission, Nat'l Conference for Community and Justice
  • Panorama City Urban Design Assistance Team Study for developing of a sustainable historic commercial area in cooperation with Los Angeles City Council
  • Coro Southern California Neighborhood Leadership Development Program Graduate, 2003
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • "Stop global warming" - Deployment of strategies and tactics to reduce and cope with global warming
  • "Clean Money" - Implement public financing of elections and ban corporate contributions and lobbying.
  • "100% Amnesty" - Ensure Human Dignity and fair Immigration rights for all.
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Questions on Issues

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Key Endorsements
  • Michael Feinstein, former Santa Monica mayor and Green Party co-founder.
  • Los Angeles Greens, a Local of California's Green Party
Position Papers
Meeting the global warming challenge
The overall objective is to 'get off the grid' by achieving net-zero-energy performance.
Survival of human species in the balance
Jack Lindblad will bring the ethical and moral imperatives of the Greens' Ten Key Values to Sacramento.
Lindblad announces run for California State Assembly
Against the dire backdrop of what scientists are saying that humanity has until 2010 to stop unchecked global warming "before it's too late" to avoid catastrophic effects to the health and economy of humankind, Jack Lindblad is announcing his candidacy to be elected to the California State Assembly.
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