Helping to prepare you for upcoming elections, we are continuing with our Candidate Series of interviews. California's 8th District saw a spirited contest between Gregg Imus and Paul Cook, with Cook winning last year's election. Running against the incumbent Cook next year will be Paul Hannosh.
Mr. Hannosh grew up in the San Gabriel Valley and served proudly in the US Army overseas. He was Vice President of Veterans for Peace L.A. Chapter and founded the Pasadena City College Coalition for Peace in the Middle East.
He has been teaching for the past 15 years and holds a history and biology credential. He has also taught Sunday school and works with an international educational exchange program.
Mr. Hannosh ran for Lt. Governor as a Reform Party Candidate in 2002 and was also a College Republican state board member and has been active in local and national politics as a Ron Paul supporter.
We will discuss Mr. Hannosh's views of the issues and his campaign plan, including the use of the Fair Tax as a plank.
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