DemoChoice Web Poll

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US Representatives from San Diego area (District 9)
(Rank the candidates you support!)
6 candidates will be elected.
[add/drop] Kevin Akin, Steam Engineer (Peace and Freedom)
[add/drop] Miriam Clark, Teacher (Peace and Freedom)
[add/drop] John Woodrum, Businessman/Engineer/Educator (Republican)
[add/drop] Darrell Issa, Member, U.S. House of Representatives (Republican)
[add/drop] Brian Bilbray, Immigration Reform Consultant (Republican)
[add/drop] John Campbell, United States Representative, 48th Congressional District (Republican)
[add/drop] Scott Folkens, Government Teacher (Republican)
[add/drop] Ken Calvert, Member of Congress (Republican)
[add/drop] Jeeni Criscenzo, Marketing Communications Consultant (Democratic)
[add/drop] Susan Davis, Member, United States House of Representatives (Democratic)
[add/drop] Steve Young, Small Businessowner/Attorney (Democratic)
[add/drop] Francine Busby, Trustee, Cardiff School Board (Democratic)
[add/drop] Joe Baca, Member of Congress (Democratic)
[add/drop] Louis Vandenberg, College Administrator (Democratic)
[add/drop] Ernest Lippe, Dentist (Libertarian)
[add/drop] Lars Grossmith, Mortgage Banker (Libertarian)
[add/drop] Paul King, Small Business Owner (Libertarian)
[add/drop] Bruce Cohen, Small Businessperson/Realtor (Libertarian)
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