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June 7, 2016 — California Primary Election
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San Diego County Democratic Party — Democratic PartyCandidate for County Central Committee, Assembly District 78

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Gerry Senda

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7,010 votes (3.52%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Constitutional Amendment to overturn the Supreme Court's "Citiens' United" decision.
  • Fair taxation and the Congress must regulate Wall Street, not the other way around.
  • Bring in Democratic city council members and club presidents as regular County Central Committee members.



My Democratic Resume

Alternate Member San Diego County Democratic Party Central Committee

   (The local equivalent to the Democratic National Committee)

California Democratic Party Rules Committee 2000-2014

Kerry Delegate to Democratic National Convention in Boston, 2004

Gore Delegate to Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles, 2000

Delegate to California Democratic Party from San Diego 1996-present

President, Pacific Beach Democratic Club, 1993-1995

Chair, 78th Assembly District Democratic Committee 1994-1996


Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

Political Philosophy:


There are two kinds of investors in the American economy:

Shareholder investors and Taxpayer investors.

Shareholder investors invest in individual companies and products.

Taxpayer investors invest in common infrastructure such as roads,

schools and research that supports all economic activity.

Common infrastructure is roughly equivalent to the fixed cost

component of any business, such as the building for a restaurant 

or manufacturer or the common areas of condominium HomeOwner Associations.

When the amount of dividends paid back into the Common infrastructure 

by any individual corporation is less than that corporation receives

in Common infrastructure funding from Taxpayer investors, that deficit

becomes a Taxpayer subsidy to that specific business. Therein lies

the fundamental reason that the super wealthy are getting wealthier

out of proportion to their contributions. We need to fix our

corrupt campaign finance laws and our corrupt corporate tax structures

and address the monopoly pricing power of cable and telecommunications

providers and other.

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