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  DeVore, Chuck
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NameChuck DeVore
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, Texas , United States
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Jun 04, 2012 02:34am
Tags Conservative - Anti Marijuana Legalization - Anti-Gay Marriage - Pro-Capital Punishment - Pro-Life - U.S. Army -
Info Chuck Devore won his March Primary race to become the next Assembly member to represent the 70th Assembly district. This area is considered safe Republican terriotory so Chuck is assured to join the legislature after the November election.

Chuck has been involved in politics nearly all of his life. In college he started the College Republican Club. He has served as a Regan White House appointee in the pentagon and was Congressman Cox�s Senior Assistant. Chuck was elected as a member of the Orange County Republican Party Committee in 1992.

Chuck has been a member of the Army reserves for 21 years, and he has served as an Irvine City Commissioner, as well as Vice Chairman of the Community Services Commission.

Chuck has worked in the aerospace and defense industry. He is a vice president with SM&A, a Newport Beach project management and systems engineering firm employing more than 300 people nationwide with revenues of $75 million in 2003. He has been married to his wife Diane for 16 years, and they have 2 daughters, Jennie and Amy.

Sources: California Republican Party, SmartVoter.org, candidate campaign website

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  06/08/2010 CA US Senate - R Primary Lost 19.39% (-36.97%)
  11/04/2008 CA State Assembly 70 Won 57.78% (+15.56%)
  06/03/2008 CA State Assembly 70- R Primary Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  11/07/2006 CA State Assembly 70 Won 60.47% (+20.95%)
  06/06/2006 CA State Assembly 70 - R Primary Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  11/02/2004 CA State Assembly 70 Won 61.10% (+25.71%)
  03/02/2004 CA State Assembly 70 - R Primary Won 46.37% (+20.01%)
  11/05/2002 Irvine, CA City Council Lost 22.42% (-2.25%)
  06/07/1988 CA District 40 - R Primary Lost 1.05% (-29.70%)
ENDORSEMENTS
California Water Bond - Nov 04, 2014 NO No
CA - District 36 - Special Open Primary - May 17, 2011 R Craig Huey
Proposition 19 - Legalizes Marijuana Under California but not Federal Law - Nov 02, 2010 NO No
CA Proposition 14 - Top Two Primaries Act - Jun 08, 2010 NO No
NY District 23 - Special Election - Nov 03, 2009 R Douglas Hoffman
CA Controller - R Primary - Jun 06, 2006 R Tony Strickland