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June 5, 2018 — California Primary Election
June 5, 2018 —California Primary Election

State of California — ” Mary Lou Finley, Candidate for Controller

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Mary Lou Finley

Peace and Freedom
Retired Educator
261,573 votes (4%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Make wealthy corporations pay their fair share of taxes while reducing the tax burden of poor working class people.
  • Use taxes to help meet peoples' needs and rights - free medical care for all, free education for all, affordable housing and food, livable incomes instead of subsidizing rich corporations - big oil companies, big agribusinesses, and big banks
  • Forgive student loan debts and stop attacks on public employee pensions.



Profession:Retired Educator
Co-Chair, San Diego Central Committee of the Peace and Freedom Party of California — Elected position (2012–current)
Co-Chari, San Diego Central Committee of the Peace and Freedom Party of California — Elected position (2012–current)
retired educator, San Diego Unified School Distric (1998–2017)
Special Education Assistant, San Diego Unified School District (1998–2017)


Asbury College Bachelor of Arts, psychology (1966)
Asbury College Bachelor of Arts, Psychology (1966)

Community Activities

Member, Peace and Freedom Party of California (1990–current)
Member, Workers World Party (1991–current)
Member, San Diego Committee Against Police Brutality (1991–current)
Member, Leonard Peltier Defense Committee (1990–current)
Member, Association of Raza Educators (2016–current)

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