The Green Papers: Off Year Election 2003
 
Copyright www.flags.net/UNST.htm 2003 Governor's Chairs
by State

This is a list of the current Governors' seats, the incumbents occupying them, and the candidacy status of said incumbents. Chairs up for election in the year 2003 are marked as such.

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Governor Links


California  4 year term, Election Cycle: 2002, 2006. Term Limit: 2 consecutive 4-year terms
Partisan Composition: 1 Republican
Governor Candidate Democrat Vik S. Bajwa
Sonoma County. Businessman/Father/Entrepreneur.
Governor Candidate Democrat Audie Elizabeth Bock
Alameda County. California State Assemblywoman District 16 1999-2000 (Green Party). Educator/Small Businesswoman.
Governor Candidate Democrat Art Brown
Los Angeles County. Film Writer/Director.
Governor Candidate Democrat Cruz M. Bustamante
Sacramento County. Mr. Bustamante is currently Lt. Governor.
Governor Candidate Democrat Robert Cullenbine
Santa Clara County. Anti-recall candidate. Retired Businessman.
Governor Candidate Democrat Bob Lynn Edwards
Alameda County. Attorney.
Governor Candidate Democrat Warren Farrell
San Diego County. Anti-recall candidate. Fathers' Issues Author
Governor Candidate Democrat Dan Feinstein
San Francisco County
Governor Candidate Democrat Larry Flynt
Los Angeles County. Hustler magazine publisher.
Governor Candidate Democrat Lorraine "Abner Zurd" Fontanes
Los Angeles County. Film maker.
Governor Candidate Democrat Diana Foss
Anti-recall candidate, Santa Clara County
Governor Candidate Democrat Gerold Lee Gorman
Contra Costa County. Engineer.
Governor Candidate Democrat James Henry Green
San Francisco County. Firefighter Paramedic/Nurse
Governor Candidate Democrat Garrett Gruener
Alameda County. High-tech Entreprenuer
Governor Candidate Democrat Joe Guzzardi
San Joaquin County. Teacher/Journalist
Governor Candidate Democrat Ralph A. Hernandez
Contra Costa County. District Attorney Inspector.
Governor Candidate Democrat Edward Thomas "Ed" Kennedy
Trinity County. Businessman/Educator.
Governor Candidate Democrat David E. Kessinger
Riverside County. Paralegal/Property Manager
Governor Candidate Democrat Kelly P. Kimball
Los Angeles County. Business Executive.
Governor Candidate Democrat Eric Korevaar
San Diego County. Anti-recall candidate. Scientist/Businessman.
Governor Candidate Democrat Dick Lane
Santa Clara County. Educator.
Governor Candidate Democrat Gary Leonard
Los Angeles County. Photojournalist/Author.
Governor Candidate Democrat Calvin Y. Louie
San Francisco County. Certified Public Accountant
Governor Candidate Democrat Frank A. Macaluso, Jr.
Tulare County. Physician/Medical Doctor.
Governor Candidate Democrat Paul "Chip" Mailander
San Diego County. Golf Professional
Governor Candidate Democrat Robert C. Mannheim
Los Angeles County. Retired Businessperson.
Governor Candidate Democrat Bruce Martin Margolin
Los Angeles County. Marijuana Legalization Attorney
Governor Candidate Democrat Paul Mariano
Contra Costa County. Attorney.
Governor Candidate Democrat Scott A. Mednick
Los Angeles County. Business Executive.
Governor Candidate Democrat Jonathan D. Miller
San Mateo County. Small Business Owner.
Governor Candidate Democrat John "Jack" Mortensen
Sacramento County. Contractor/Businessman.
Governor Candidate Democrat Paul James Nave
Marin County. Businessman/Prizefighter/Father
Governor Candidate Democrat Ronald Jason Palmieri
Los Angeles County. Gay Rights Attorney.
Governor Candidate Democrat Charles Chuck Pineda, Jr.
Sacramento County. State Hearing Officer.
Governor Candidate Democrat Bill Prady
Los Angeles County. Television Writer/Producer.
Governor Candidate Democrat Daniel C. "Danny" Ramirez
Imperial County. Businessman/Entrepreneur/Father
Governor Candidate Democrat Christopher Ranken
San Mateo County. Planning Commissioner.
Governor Candidate Democrat David Laughing Horse Robinson
Kern County. Tribal Chairman.
Governor Candidate Democrat Georgina "Georgy" Russell
Santa Clara County. Software Engineer.
Governor Candidate Democrat Darrin H. Scheidle
San Diego County. Businessman/Entrepreneur.
Governor Candidate Democrat Mike Schmier
Alameda County. Attorney.
Governor Candidate Democrat Christopher Sproul
San Francisco County. Anti-recall candidate. Environmental Agency.
Governor Candidate Democrat Lawrence Steven Strauss
Los Angeles County. Lawyer/Businessperson/Student
Governor Candidate Democrat Tim Sylvester
Santa Cruz County. Anti-recall candidate. Entrepreneur.
Governor Candidate Democrat A. Lavar Taylor
Orange County. Tax Attorney.
Governor Candidate Democrat Marc Valdez
Sacramento County. Air Pollution Scientist.
Governor Candidate Democrat William B. "Bill" Vaughn
Contra Costa County. Structural Engineer.
Governor Candidate Democrat Jim Weir
Nevada County. Community College Teacher.
Governor Candidate Democrat Lingel H. Winters
Alameda County. Consumer Business Attorney.
Governor Candidate Democrat Michael J. Wozniak
Alameda County. Retired Police Officer.

Kentucky  4 year term, Election Cycle: 1999, 2003. Term Limit: 2 consecutive 4-year terms
Partisan Composition: 1 Democrat
Governor Candidate Democrat A.B. "Ben" Chandler
Lt. Governor: Charlie Owen

Louisiana  4 year term, Election Cycle: 1999, 2003. Term Limit: 2 consecutive 4-year terms
Partisan Composition: 1 Republican
Governor Elected Democrat Kathleen Babineaux Blanco
Outgoing Lt. Governor. Received 18% of the primary vote on 4 October 2003. Advances to 15 November runoff.

Mississippi  4 year term, Election Cycle: 1999, 2003. Term Limit: No one can serve more than 2 4-year terms in a lifetime
Partisan Composition: 1 Democrat
Governor Candidate Democrat Governor Ronnie Musgrove

Washington  4 year term, Election Cycle: 2000, 2004. Term Limit: None
Partisan Composition: 1 Democrat
Governor Candidate Democrat (pending)
Possible candidates: Attorney General Christine Gregoire
 

 


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