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California State Government
June 6, 2006 Election
Secretary of State; Peace and Freedom Party Voter Information
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- Occupation: Archaeologist/Medical Anthropologist
- Dr. Akin has lived in California since 1960. She attended California public schools.
- Dr. Akin received her Ph.D. in Anthropology in 1992. She worked her way through school with 4 children.
- Dr. Akin's first political activity was on behalf of the Farmworkers Union in 1965, She helped organize local demonstrations against the Vietnam War,
- She was President of Riverside Federation of Teachers and Trustee of the Central Labor Council in the 1980s
- In 1999 Margie began pioneering work in Medical Anthropology focused on providing better service to immigrants and cultural minorities in California.
- She has years of experience working to provide broader access to health care for linguistic and cultural minorities
- Corrupt voting machine corporations have too much influence, excessive purging of voter rolls has disenfranchised hundreds of thousands of voters
- Business Records and Registration: Difficult procedures should be simplified and basic help for businessess should be provided in English and Spanish
- A special program is needed to pull together records in the State Archives relating to Native American Indians and other under-represented communities
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