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State of California June 3, 2014 Election
 Smart Voter Greg Conlon

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Businessman/CPA
  • Veteran, US Air Force Officer and Pilot
  • President of Calif. Public Utilities Commission
  • Commissioner Calif. Transportation Commission
  • Chairman, Town of Atherton Finance Committee
  • Town of Atherton Rail Committee
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Improve California's Bond Rating, now second to last in U S.
  • Decrease the unfunded obligation of California's two major pension funds--State employees' and teachers funds" over $200 billion unfunded.
  • Stop or slow down the loss of State income and capital gains taxes by high income taxpayers moving out of state losing $3.0 billion each year.
Key Endorsements
  • San Mateo County Republican Central Committee
  • Sacramento County Republican Central Committee
  • Palo Alto Republican Women's Federated Club
Position Papers
Conlon Proposes to Improve California's Bond Rating
Improve the bond rating by addressing each concern of the major bond rating services and working with the Legislature and Governor to address these concerns.
Conlon Porposes to Solve the States Unfunded Pension Liabilities
There are two major public pension funds California-PERS and STRS. Both have over $200 billion in unfunded pension liabilities this unreal amount needs to reduced to a more realistic amount. The State Treasurer is automatically on the two governing boards and will be able to propose action and bring pressure to get it done. Conlon will do so if elected.
Conlon Advocates Pro-Growth Tax Policies for California
California is losing over $3.0 of income and capital gains taxes by high-income taxpayers moving out of state. Conlon proposes reducing the income tax and capital gains tax rate from 13% to under 10% to slow down or stop the out of state movement of high income taxpayers.
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