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November 8, 2016 — California General Election
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District 72California State AssemblyNovember 8, 2016California General Election

November 8, 2016California General Election

California State AssemblyDistrict 72

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Election Results

  • 100% of precincts reporting (246/246).

About this office

State assembly members introduce and vote on new laws, hold hearings, and draft the state budget. They are elected to two-year terms.
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Who’s Running?

For this office, only the two candidates who get the most votes in the primary election appear in the general election. This is because of California's "top two" system. In some cases, the two candidates may be from the same political party.
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Travis Allen

Republican
Orange County Assemblyman/Businessman
98,335 votes (58%)Winning
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Total money raised: $523,372

Below are the top contributors that gave money to support the candidate(s).

1
ALLEN, TRAVIS
$30,000
2
California Medical Association
$9,200
3
Pechanga Band of Luiseno Mission Indians
$8,400
3
Philip Morris USA
$8,400
3
Signal Hill Petroleum
$8,400
3
The Doctors Company
$8,400
3
Zenith Insurance Company
$8,400

By State:

California 81.56%
Texas 2.90%
District of Columbia 2.01%
North Carolina 1.82%
Other 11.72%
81.56%11.72%

By Size:

Large contributions (99.87%)
Small contributions (0.13%)
99.87%

By Type:

From organizations (81.94%)
From individuals (18.06%)
81.94%18.06%
Source: MapLight analysis of data from the California Secretary of State.
Email Travis@TravisAllen2012.com
Democratic
Consumer Attorney/Businesswoman
71,332 votes (42%)
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  • I am running for Assembly District 72 to represent the underserved and bring back the middle class in California. We need real economic reform that includes jobs with a living wage; closing the gender gap; and ending income inequality.
  • Support a progressive platform by opposing reckless fracking, TPP, and use of chokehold as nonlethal force by police officers while supporting military families, elderly/disabled, clean air/water, labeling GMO food products, and privacy rights.
  • It is more expensive to be poor and we need to change that by changing who/how/what we tax, getting money out of politics, giving the people back equal and full access to the courts, and restoring power to all people.
Profession:Consumer Attorney (advocate) and Small Business Owner
Consumer Attorney (advocate) / Small Business Owner, Law Offices of Lenore Albert (2000current)
California State University, Long Beach Bachelor of Arts, Economics (not availa)
University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law Juris Doctor, Law (not availa)
Member, American Bar Association (not availanot availa)
Member of Issues Committee, National Association of Consumer Advocates (not availacurrent)
Member, Consumer Attorneys of California (not availacurrent)
Volunteer, Military Families Speak Out (not availacurrent)
Govt Relations Bd, Public Speaking Bureau, and Listserve Exec Cmtee Member, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (not availa2009)

When Wall Street was rapidly displacing an entire socioeconomic class five years ago, Lenore Albert blocked 1,000 foreclosure sales in 2011. After it came to light that the California State Bar spent millions of dollars purchasing a new building in Los Angeles in 2012 with members funds she fought for justice and risked her own license when she discovered the State Bar had been acting as a debt collector against other attorneys to generate income.

 

As a small business owner and consumer attorney for 15 years, Lenore Albert  fought for equal access to the courts to protect the rights of individuals and small businesses while caring for her disabled mother (now deceased) and standing up to corruption that risked her license. Previously, she was a financial analyst/economic forecaster. 

She was educated to change laws and create public policy/economic models with her bachelors in economics from CSULB, and juris doctorate from UOP/McGeorge. Lenore helped to create protection for homeowners by appealing homeowner losses and winning those appeals like: Lueras v BAC Home Loans, LLP; Galope v Deutsche Bank Natl Trust Co; Yau v Deutsche Bank Natl Trust Co; and Majd v Bank of America.

Lenore Albert actively opposed the TPP, reckless fracking, and use of chokehold as nonlethal force by police officers. Lenore has also supported military families, clean air/water, labeling GMO food products, privacy rights, and a living wage. 

She wrote five (5) resolutions for inclusion in the California Democratic Party which were passed in 2015. Those resolutions were for the party's acknowledgment that we need to ensure our water is protected; our elderly and disabled are protected; our homeowners are protected; and our small business owners are protected.

Vote for a neoteric workhorse that has advocated passage of many consumer rights bills with CAOC in Sacramento and with NACA nationally. Let’s shatter those economic barriers facing the 99%. 

  • California Democratic Women’s Legislative Caucus
  • California Democratic Party
  • Anthony Rendon, Speaker of the House
  • US Congressman Alan Lowenthal
  • Blue Day Circle
  • California Association of Psychiatric Technicians
  • Democratic Party of Orange County
  • International Longshore and Warehouse Union
  • Marselle Sloane
  • Mary Lueras
  • Mary McCulley
  • Nellie Kaniski
  • Jim LaPointe
  • Ray Cordova
  • Nam Pham
  • Lou Correa (former California State Senator)
Total money raised: $6,368

Below are the top contributors that gave money to support the candidate(s).

1
Law Offices of Lenore Albert
$4,000
2
Women in Power (WIP)
$1,000
3
Santa Clara County Democratic Club
$600
4
Mackovski Realtor
$400

By State:

California 100.00%
100.00%

By Size:

Large contributions (95.79%)
Small contributions (4.21%)
95.79%

By Type:

From organizations (26.23%)
From individuals (73.77%)
26.23%73.77%
Source: MapLight analysis of data from the California Secretary of State.

Let’s end income inequality, support teachers and reform student loans. Let's decriminalize marijuana, lower the crime rate and raise revenue for our infrastructure. Let's protect the elderly, disabled and our veterans. Let's clean up our environment. Let's get money out of politics and restore power to the people.

 

Lenore will fight for an economy and judicial system that works for ALL.

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