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A vote for big corporations

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From page B7 | June 01, 2014 |

I am doing my best to sort out all the noise in this June’s Assembly race, simply by researching who is behind the PACs paying for all these mailers.

Opportunity PAC is funded university faculty, teachers, school employees, nurses and firefighters. Those are the groups supporting Dan Wolk.

Supporting Republican-turned-Democrat Bill Dodd is “Fair PAC,” which counts big oil, the pharmaceutical industry, the insurance industry, and a group called the “Civil Justice Association” among its contributors. This “Association” is a front for corporate giants like Chevron, Shell and Exxon, Dow Chemicals, and big pharma.

So, really, it’s just matter of which groups align with your personal values.

Big pharma and big oil are pouring money into Dodd’s campaign. So if you think the big corporations should have more influence in our state, vote for Dodd.

The people who teach our kids and keep us safe and healthy are backing Dan Wolk.

Joe Krovoza is a nice guy, but he really doesn’t stand a chance in this race. Voting for Krovoza instead of Wolk only helps Dodd win, and helps those big corporations have more influence in California.

That seals the deal for me — Wolk for Assembly.
Tara Brown
Davis

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