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If you want you can call them collect 

1-800-225-5288 (wait) 2 (wait) 916-349-2002

They haven't blocked thier number. 

On Wednesday, January 09 2002 08:38 pm, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> i got spammed by the bill jones campaign.  he has already spammed the
> vox and vox-tech mailing list.  twice.  now it's me personally!
> bill jones is the republican who hopes to win the primary election so he
> can become governor of california.
> just what california needs.  a spammin' governor.
> can we say "ping -f www.billjones.org"?
> pete
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> From: "Bill Jones" <billjones@billjones.org>
> To: <billjones@billjones.org>
> Subject: Budget Debate
> Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2002 19:53:04 -0800
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> Yesterday's State of the State speech by Gray Davis was derided by the
> press corps for its lack of specifics and as a failed attempt to directly
> address the State of California's budget crisis.
> In contrast, I thought you might find the attached Sacramento Bee article
> interesting.  This article not only points out the deficiencies in Davis'
> budget plans but outlines the detailed budget proposal I introduced last
> week. Please let my campaign know if you would like a copy.
> My plan has a three part framework of budget cuts, a comprehensive economic
> stimulus package and long term structural budget reforms. The reforms
> included two new proposals:
> 1. Creating a real state spending limit to ensure that the democrats cannot
> grow the state budget at 36% while the state population grows at 5%.
> 2. Implementing a "People"s Fund" to determine how future state surpluses
> get spent. Again, this is to ensure that the Democrats do not waste them or
> build them into the base budget.
> I will be unveiling other new major policy proposals this
> month - we will keep you updated.
> A few of the major state policy proposals I have introduced to date:
> 1. State Budget Plan
> 2. Homeland Defense Plan + Freedom Pay proposal
> 3. Statewide Ag Policy
> 4. e-Government Plan - statewide plan to put government services on-line so
> you don't stand in-line.
> 5. Ethics Reform Plan - in response to the major conflicts of interest in
> the Davis administration.
> 6. Energy Plan
> 7. VoteAmerica
> 8. Safe at Home - a new address confidentiality program that protects
> victims of domestic violence to ensure that they will never be found by the
> their abusers.
> 9. State Lottery Proposal - a policy proposal to address the current
> scandal where the Lottery has admitted that they sell scratcher tickets
> after the top prizes had been claimed. This propsal will ensure that this
> never happens again.
> 10. Elections Reform I - a 10 point major reform plan to ensure that
> California can never be another Florida.
> 11. Elections Reform II - a phase out of all punch card ballot systems in
> California combined with the sponsorship of Proposition 41, the Democracy
> Fund, to provide $200 million to fund these new systems.
> http://www.billjones.org/CAPolitics/CAPolitics.cfm?ID=2428&c=3
> ----- End forwarded message -----

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