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June 7, 2016 —California Primary Election

California State Assembly — ” Mark Belden, Candidate for District 5

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Mark Belden

10,289 votes (8.4%)
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MS Ocupational Health, City University of New York 1981

Bs Occupational Health, California State University 1977


Who gave money to this candidate?


Total money raised: $20,048

Top contributors that gave money to support the candidate, by organization:

Employees of BELDEN, MARK

More information about contributions

By State:

California 100.00%

By Size:

Large contributions (99.76%)
Small contributions (0.24%)

By Type:

From organizations (0.00%)
From individuals (100.00%)
Source: MapLight analysis of data from the California Secretary of State.

Political Beliefs

A smart voter is an independent voter. Approxiately half of all voters consider themselves fiscally conservative, social moderate. Centralist, and absent of representation by the the main 2 political parties. We need candidates and voters alike to speak and conduct themselves in a way that puts political parties in a secondary role.

Making public policy is just that. Public. Not political party idelogy, not special interset or large corporation policy. Making public policy is not easy. It should not be. It should require compromise, study, future impact to future constituents.

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