Tom McClintock

Congressman (R-Northern California)

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Tom McClintock is a Republican Congressman for California's 4th District, which includes the Counties of Sacramento to Placerville, and a member of the House Budget Committee and the Subcommittee on Water and Power.

McClintock formerly served as a California state senator for the 19th District, which includes Santa Clarita, Thousand Oaks and Santa Barbara, and as a candidate for Lieutenant Governor.

Tom McClintock on KCRW

KCRW's Larry Perel chats with California GOP Rep. Tom McClintock about why he voted against his party's tax plan.

Why this California Republican voted against the tax overhaul bill

KCRW's Larry Perel chats with California GOP Rep. Tom McClintock about why he voted against his party's tax plan.

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