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June 7, 2016 — California Primary Election
June 7, 2016 —California Primary Election

California State Assembly — ” Elmer Mark Kropp, Candidate for District 4

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Elmer Mark Kropp

Democratic
Physician/Consultant
2,281 votes (1.8%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Education-low to no cost tuition. Re-financing of existing student loans.
  • Economy-maximize employment. Reduce homelessness-tiny homes. Immigration-streamline the process.
  • Environment-enforce existing laws and regulations. Reduce gas emissions.

Experience

Experience

Profession:Physician/Consultant
Quality Assurance/Regulatory, Branford Consultants (2000–current)
Juror, Yolo County Grand Jury — Appointed position (2015–current)

Education

American University MD, Medicine (current)
Universityof California, Berkeley BS, Biology and German (current)
Lincoln Law School-Sacramento JD in progress, Law (current)

Community Activities

Member, Rotary International (2014–current)
Member, International House of University of California, Davis (2014–current)
Volunteer, American Red Cross (1978–current)
Volunteer, United Way (1978–current)

Biography

As most Americans I do not take lightly my right to vote nor my responsibility to vote. I have however been a part of the silent majority.

Part of those who do not vote and those who vote when they choose to vote.

I have participated in student government in high school, college and in medical school. I was Student Body President.

In 1996 I ran as a State legislative candidate for the Democrats in Connecticut.
    August 20, 1996:
    Kropp for State Rep
    Dr. Elmer M Kropp (D) Assembly District #102
    Lee Pond Treasurer
    155 North Ivy Street #35
    Branford CT 06405 



I am well versed in federal and state regulations and law. I am a student of the law. I am a student of politics. It is time, and with the support of my family and friends I am placing my name on the ballot to represent the 4th Assembly District.

I am a resident of Yolo County and now a land owner of Lake County. I begin, as many, with my boots on the ground. My family and I are vested in the future of Clearlake.

I wish to bring to the Assembly a strong understanding of people, behavior, medicine and law.

I believe in independence and freedom to speak and chose. I should not be told “no.” I want people to be answered yes-do it.

In the Assembly it is my plan to write legislation that makes sense. I plan on voting non-sense off the record.

The 4th Assembly District needs a new fresh perspective. The 4h Assembly District does not need career politicians.

I am the individual you need and can count on to represent you!

God Bless America

Yours Sincerely,

Elmer Mark Kropp, MD

Questions & Answers

Questions from The League of Women Voters of California Education Fund and California Counts, a public media collaboration. (6)

Climate changes and the continuing drought worry many in California. What new strategies do you believe would ensure that California is able to both satisfy its water needs and protect the environment? Please be specific. 
Answer from Elmer Mark Kropp:

Review of transportation and industry standards to reduce climate change.

Many Californians are concerned about the influence of money in politics. What can the state legislature do to ensure that decision-making by elected officials is not swayed by moneyed interests at the expense of constituents?
Answer from Elmer Mark Kropp:

Review contributions against legislative changes that are proposed.

There are a variety of proposals to raise California's minimum wage. Many of these proposals face opposition from business groups who are concerned that they would kill jobs. Do you support increasing the minimum wage in California?  In your answer please explain your position on the relationship between wages and jobs with specific reference to the situation in your district. 
Answer from Elmer Mark Kropp:

Done.

What are your top three fiscal priorities, recognizing the need to balance the state’s income with its spending?
Answer from Elmer Mark Kropp:

Review spending.

Assess Taxation.

Balance the budget.

If elected, what solutions do you propose to deal with the high cost of living in the Bay Area?
Answer from Elmer Mark Kropp:

Work with Bay Area representatives to review high costs of living there.

What steps are needed to improve region-wide transportation planning and the growing traffic congestion?
Answer from Elmer Mark Kropp:

Consider expanding mass transit and spending money on infrastructure.

Videos (1)

Public Access TV (DCTV) — April 15, 2016 http://dctv.davismedia.org/collections/election

Candidate Contact Info

Email mkroppmd@hotmail.com

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