Tom Campbell

Candidate for Republican nomination for US Senate

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Former congressman (1989-1993, 1995-2001) and former California State Finance Director; Visiting Professor of Law and Economics at Chapman University; former candidate for the Republican nomination for governor, he is now a candidate for the 2010 Republican nomination for the US Senate

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Tom Campbell  is one of three Republican hopefuls for the US Senate seat of Democrat  Barbara Boxer .  He served five terms in Congress from Silicon Valley.  He's been a state senator,…

Former Congressman Campbell Makes a Bid for the Senate

Tom Campbell is one of three Republican hopefuls for the US Senate seat of Democrat Barbara Boxer .  He served five terms in Congress from Silicon Valley.  He's been a state senator,…

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