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We are delighted to announce that on July 28, 2003, Badi Badiozamani, Ph.D. filed papers to run as a candidate for Governor in the Recall Election in the state of California. Dr. Badiozamani is running as an independent.

His agenda includes:

  • Rescinding DMV Registration Fee (Car Tax increased 300%)

  • Saving Schools by Bringing Back those Laid-off Due to Budget Cuts!

  • Stopping College Tuition Increase

  • Bringing Businesses Back to a Business-friendly California

  • Creating Jobs

  • Saving California From Bankruptcy

  • Tackling the Ever-increasing Traffic Problem

  • Bringing Honesty & Integrity to California Government

We believe he has a chance to win because at this special election, any candidate who simply gets the highest number of votes will take the office. Moreover, preliminary polls show that a great number of Californians who are dissatisfied with the present government desire to see a fresh face, someone who is honest, someone who is not a politician.
Badi Badiozamani has a Master's degree in Public Administration and a Ph.D. degree in Political Science. He has lived in California for over 22 years. He has served on California Governor's Joint Venture Advisory Board, city of San Diego's International Affairs Board where he was Vice Chairman and the head of Cultural & Economic Exchange Committee. He presently serves on San Diego's Small Business Advisory Board. He is the founder and Executive Director of the Center for East-West Understanding, a former Management Analyst with the Oil Service Company of Iran-OSCO, a member of National Writers Union, PEN USA, and American Translators Association. His book, Iran & America: Rekindling a Love Lost, will be published in the fall. He has written numerous articles in Persian and English and has been interviewed by international media such as Voice of America, BBC and Radio South Africa.
Dr. Badi is seeking everybody's guidance and assistance in all aspects of campaign such as public relations, media relations, making banners and signs, voter registration, grass root efforts and precinct walking and fund raising.

A Governor Should be the Servant of All Californians



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