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Dan Logue

Dan Logue, 57, is from Linda and was elected to the Yuba County Board of Supervisors in six years ago.

The Realtor was re-elected in 2006. He has served as Yuba County chairman for the campaigns of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and presidents Ronald Reagan, George H. Bush and George W. Bush.

Efficiency in state government would come by bringing the legislature back to a part-time and more business-like status, Logue said.

“We need to cut costs and bring business back to the state,” Logue said. “Raising taxes would only make it worse.”

The candidate said, as a supervisor, he was responsible for ridding Yuba County of union control, criminals and drug dealers. His accomplishments would help make him successful in Sacramento, he said.

Securing borders with a national fence is a sure way to beat illegal immigration, Logue said. He has embraced the Minuteman movement that patrols the border looking for illegal immigrants.

Health care needs to return to the days when a patient simply paid their doctor. Government should not be involved in medicine, Logue said.

“We need to bring back nuclear energy” to stem the country’s energy crisis, Logue said. Hydroelectric power should also be maximized and dependence on foreign oil minimized.

To improve schools, “You have to take the funding in Sacramento and take that money back to the districts at the local level,” Logue said.

It is also time for redistricting in California, Logue said. He added, however: “It shouldn’t be done by politicians.”

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