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June 7, 2016 — California Primary Election
United States

U.S. House of RepresentativesCandidate for District 47

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Sanford W. Kahn

Republican
Small Business Owner
16,364 votes (11.9%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • To throw out the present income tax code and replace it with a simple 15% Flat Rate Income Tax.
  • I believe in term limits for U.S. congressmen and senators and will support legislation to enact this.
  • The internet has succeeded because it was unregulated. The internet should stay open and free from government meddling and control. This includes taxing the internet.

Experience

Education

Univ. of Florida Master of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering (1969)

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Videos (2)

— May 10, 2016 Sanford Kahn---the candidate

To get our economy galloping again and increasing employment opportunities, we must focus on the Real Engines of economic growth---the men and women (entrepreneurs) who wish to pursue their dreams and operate their own businesses.    You can’t encourage new business formation (and new employment) by burdening productive innovators.  Policies that “redistribute the wealth” only lead to the destruction of wealth.  

— May 10, 2016 Sanford Kahn

 To get our economy galloping again and increasing employment opportunities, we must focus on the Real Engines of economic growth---the men and women (entrepreneurs) who wish to pursue their dreams and operate their own businesses.    You can’t encourage new business formation (and new employment) by burdening productive innovators.  Policies that “redistribute the wealth” only lead to the destruction of wealth. 

 

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