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California State SenateCandidate for District 32Short Term Ending 12/3/2018

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John Paul Drayer

1,268 votes (1.1%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Protect our Schools & Neighborhoods
  • Build Affordable Housing to effectively address the housing crisis
  • Health Care for All Families



Profession:Businessman - Educator
Retired Public School Educator, LA & Orange County Schools — Elected position (1986–2017)
Cerritos College Trustee, Cerritos College Board of Trustees — Elected position (2012–2017)
Norwalk Blue Ribbon Committee Commissioner, Norwalk Blue Ribbon Committee — Elected position (1985–1987)


CSUDH Masters, Education - Counseling (1993)
CSULB BA & Teaching Credentials, Pol. Sci, Public Adm, & Education (1987)
Cal State Long Beach BA, Political Science Education (1986)
Cerritos College AAl, Political Science & Business (1984)
Cerritos College AA Cerritos College, Pol. Science & Business Minir (1984)

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Norwalk Blue Ribbon Commissioner, Norwalk Blue Ribbon Commission (1996–1997)

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