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US Representatives from Northern California (District 1)
(Rank the candidates you support!)
6 candidates will be elected.
[add/drop] John Reiger, Potter (Peace and Freedom)
[add/drop] Michael Roskey, Researcher/Union Officer (Peace and Freedom)
[add/drop] Timothy Stock, Attorney/Teacher (Peace and Freedom)
[add/drop] Mike Thompson, Member of Congress (Democratic)
[add/drop] William Durston, Emergency Physician (Democratic)
[add/drop] Lynn Woolsey, U.S. Representative (Democratic)
[add/drop] Doris Matsui, Member of Congress (Democratic)
[add/drop] Charles Brown, Retired Lt. Colonel (Democratic)
[add/drop] Arjinderpal Sekhon, Medical Doctor (Democratic)
[add/drop] Daniel Lungren, United States Representative (Republican)
[add/drop] Xiaochin Yan, Education Policy Analyst (Republican)
[add/drop] John Doolittle, United States Representative (Republican)
[add/drop] John Jones, Retired Police Officer (Republican)
[add/drop] Wally Herger, Congressman/Rancher/Businessman (Republican)
[add/drop] Todd Hooper, Partner, Consulting Firm (Republican)
[add/drop] Pamela Elizondo (Green)
[add/drop] Jeff Kravitz, Law Professor (Green)
[add/drop] Dan Warren, Mountain Rescue Director (Libertarian)
[add/drop] Douglas Tuma, Retired Civil Engineer (Libertarian)
[add/drop] E. Hinesley (Libertarian)
[add/drop] Richard Friesen, Business Consultant (Libertarian)
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