John Garamendi

US Congress

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John Garamendi is a Democratic Congressman for California's 3rd District. He is a former lieutenant governor of California, former chair of the Califoria State Lands Commission, former State Insurance Commissioner and former state legislator. He also served in the Department of the Interior during the Clinton Administration.

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