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Candidates certified by the secretary of state for recall ballot

August 14, 2003

The following Californians have been certified by Secretary of State Kevin Shelley as candidates to replace Gov. Gray Davis should he be recalled in the Oct. 7 voting. Cities listed on this chart were submitted on candidates' applications and may represent a residence, business or post office box.

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Iris Adam, Natural Law, Irvine

Brooke Adams, nonpartisan, Dana Point

Douglas Anderson, Republican, Moorpark

Angelyne, nonpartisan, Beverly Hills

Mohammad Arif, nonpartisan, Culver City

Badi Badiozamani, nonpartisan, San Diego

Vik S. Bajwa, Democrat, Santa Rosa

John W. Beard, Republican, North Hollywood

Ed Beyer, Republican, San Clemente

Vip Bhola, Republican, North Hollywood

Cheryl Bly-Chester, Republican, Roseville

Audie Bock, Democrat, Oakland

Joel Britton, nonpartisan, Los Angeles

Art Brown, Democrat, Canoga Park

John Christopher Burton, nonpartisan, Pasadena

Cruz M. Bustamante, Democrat, Sacramento

Peter Miguel Camejo, Green, Oakland

Todd Carson, Republican, Costa Mesa

William "Bill" S. Chambers, Republican, Auburn

Michael Cheli, nonpartisan, Santa Rosa

D. (Logan Darrow) Clements, Republican, Pacific Palisades

Gary Coleman, nonpartisan, Beverly Hills

Mary "Mary Carey" Cook, nonpartisan, Los Angeles

Robert Cullenbine, Democrat, Palo Alto

Scott Davis, nonpartisan, Palo Alto

Robert "Butch" Dole, Republican, Milpitas

Bob Lynn Edwards, Democrat, Fremont

Warren Farrell, Democrat, Carlsbad

Dan Feinstein, Democrat, San Francisco

Larry Flynt, Democrat, Beverly Hills

Lorraine (Abner Zurd) Fontanes, Democrat, Los Angeles

Gene Forte, Republican, Carmel

Diana Foss, Democrat, San Jose

Ronald J. Friedman, nonpartisan, Woodland Hills

Leo Gallagher, nonpartisan, Agoura Hills

Gerold Lee Gorman, Democrat, Martinez

Rich Gosse, Republican, San Rafael

James H. Green, Democrat, San Francisco

Jack Loyd Grisham, nonpartisan, Los Angeles

Garrett Gruener, Democrat, San Francisco

Joe Guzzardi, Democrat, Lodi

Ivan A. Hall, Green, Redding

Ken Hamidi, Libertarian, Citrus Heights

Sara Ann Hanlon, nonpartisan, La Mirada

C. Stephen Henderson, nonpartisan, Carmel Valley

Ralph A. Hernandez, Democrat, Antioch

John J. "Jack" Hickey, Libertarian, Emerald Hills

Jim Hoffmann, Republican, Manteca

Arianna Huffington, nonpartisan, Santa Monica

S. Issa, Republican, Arcadia

Michael Jackson, Republican, Long Beach

Trek Thunder Kelly, nonpartisan, Venice

Edward "Ed" Kennedy, Democrat, Weaverville

D.E. Kessinger, Democrat, Riverside

Kelly P. Kimball, Democrat, Calabasas

Stephen L. Knapp, Republican, Los Gatos

Eric Korevaar, Democrat, La Jolla

Jerry Kunzman, nonpartisan, Richmond

Dick Lane, Democrat, Sunnyvale

Gary Leonard, Democrat, Los Angeles

Todd Richard Lewis, nonpartisan, West Hollywood

Calvin Y. Louie, Democrat, San Francisco

Frank A. Macaluso Jr., Democrat, Visalia

Paul "Chip" Mailander, Democrat, Rancho Santa Fe

Robert C. Mannheim, Democrat, Agoura Hills

Bruce Margolin, Democrat, West Hollywood

Paul Mariano, Democrat, Martinez

Gino Martorana, Republican, Kingsburg

Mike P. McCarthy, nonpartisan, San Luis Obispo

Bob McClain, nonpartisan, Oakland

Tom McClintock, Republican, Sacramento

Dennis Duggan McMahon, Republican, San Francisco

Mike McNeilly, Republican, Beverly Hills

Scott A. Mednick, Democrat, Calabasas

Carl A. Mehr, Republican, San Diego

Jonathan Miller, Democrat, Newark

Darryl L. Mobley, nonpartisan, Danville

Jeffrey L. Mock, Republican, Compton

John "Jack" Mortensen, Democrat, Folsom

Dorene Musilli, Republican, Boyes Hot Springs

Paul Nave, Democrat, San Anselmo

Robert C. Newman II, Republican, Redlands

Leonard Padilla, nonpartisan, Sacramento

Ronald Jason Palmieri, Democrat, Los Angeles

Gregory J. Pawlik, Republican, Pacific Palisades

Heather Peters, Republican, Santa Monica

Charles "Chuck" Pineda Jr., Democrat, Sacramento

Bill Prady, Democrat, Studio City

Darin Price, Natural Law, McKinleyville

Bryan Quinn, Republican, San Jose

Jeff Rainforth, nonpartisan, Sacramento

Daniel C. "Danny" Ramirez, Democrat, Calexico

Christopher Ranken, Democrat, Pacifica

Reva Renee Renz, Republican, Tustin

Daniel W. Richards, Republican, Rancho Cucamonga

Kevin Richter, Republican, Manteca

Kurt E. "Tachikaze" Rightmyer, nonpartisan, West Covina

David Laughing Horse Robinson, Democrat, Bakersfield

Ned Roscoe, Libertarian, Benicia

Sharon Rushford, nonpartisan, Santa Clara

Georgy Russell, Democrat, Mountain View

Jamie Rosemary Safford, Republican, Granite Bay

David Ronald Sams, Republican, Agoura Hills

Darrin H. Scheidle, Democrat, El Cajon

Mike Schmier, Democrat, Emeryville

George B. Schwartzman, nonpartisan, Carlsbad

Arnold Schwarzenegger, Republican, Santa Monica

Richard J. Simmons, nonpartisan, Los Angeles

Bill Simon Jr., Republican, Sacramento

B.E. Smith, nonpartisan, Denny

Randall D. Sprague, Republican, Elk Grove

Christopher Sproul, Democrat, San Francisco

Alex St. James, Republican, Sacramento

Lawrence Steven Strauss, Democrat, Studio City

Tim Sylvester, Democrat, Sonora

A. Lavar Taylor, Democrat, Santa Ana

Diane Beall Templin, American Independent, Escondido

Patricia G. Tilley, nonpartisan, Sacramento

Brian Tracy, nonpartisan, Solana Beach

William Tsangares, Republican, Los Angeles

Peter V. Ueberroth, Republican, Newport Beach

Marc Valdez, Democrat, Sacramento

James M. Vandeventer Jr., Republican, Los Angeles

Paul W. Vann, Republican, Irvine

Bill Vaughn, Democrat, Lafayette

Van Vo, Republican, Garden Grove

Chuck Walker, Republican, Scotts Valley

Maurice Walker, Green, San Leandro

Nathan Whitecloud Walton, nonpartisan, San Diego

Daniel Watts, Green, San Jose

C.T. Weber, Peace and Freedom, Sacramento

Jim Weir, Democrat, Grass Valley

Lingel H. Winters, Democrat, San Francisco

Michael J. Wozniak, Democrat, Oakland

John W. Zellhoefer, Republican, Tecopa

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