Marin, Sonoma County, CA June 2, 1998 Primary
Candidate for Member of the State Assembly; District 6
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Party: Republican / Middle of the Road Moderate
Occupation: Minister/Aquatic Recycler
Lived in Marin / Sonoma counties 35 years
Attended both Redwood and Analy High Schools
Licensed as a baptist minister in 1968
Founded Interfaith Church at the facilities of the Woodacre Improvement Club in 1970, moved to Stewart Chapel on the grounds of the San Francisco Theological Seminary in 1973
Appointed vice president of the New Covenant Evangelistic Association 1971 an inter-denominational ministerial alliance incorporated to aid new and struggling ministries.
Founding minister of Agape Christian Center Thrift Store in San Rafael 1972. Bay area religious radio broadcaster in 1973. Same year became an internationl missionary evangelist with service in countless countries in Europe and middle east . Currently I am involved with the low income working waterfront /anchorout community of Sausalito as a Chaplin representing the N.C.E.A.
Top Priorities if Elected
I am concerned about the devorce rate and the poverty it brings to children as well as mothers. I will introduce a covenant marriage bill like the State of Lousianna has, to parallel our current devorce laws.
I will introduce charter school vouchers for poor and low income families who can't afford private schools so public schools will have healthier competition and freedom to choose for parents.
I will reduce the population of our prisons ten to twenty percent of minor drug offenders and use the money for rehabilitation and education. We currently have the largest prison system in the world.
I have been endorsed by the Republicans of Sausalito and good friend democrates.
I also have been endorsed by the working poor and low income waterfront people of Sausalito.
I have been endorsed by the New Covenant Evangelistic Association as well as my pears, friends and associates.
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