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Carol Hallett


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Date Party Office Votes Result
11-02-1976 Republican AD-29 51808 Win
11-07-1978 Republican AD-29 62864 Win
11-04-1980 Republican AD-29 93061 Win
11-02-1982 Republican Lieutenant Governor 3381861 Loss

Candidate Biography:

Carol Boyd Hallett
Born: October 16, 1937 in Oakland, CA
Married: James T. Hallett (in 1958)

1966: Field Office Representative, Assemblyman William M. Ketchum
1967-1976: Field Office Representative, Congressman William M. Ketchum
1967-1976: Staff, State Senator Donald L. Grunsky
1979-1981: Minority Leader, California State Assembly
1982-1983: Director, Foundation for Individual and Economic Freedom
1983: Director, Department of Parks and Recreation, State of California
1983: Special Ambassador (Personal Representative of the President), U.S. Delegation to the Independence Celebration of St. Christopher and Nevis
1984-1985: Assistant to the U.S. Secretary of the Interior
1985: Member of the Presidential Delegation and Official Election Observer, Guatemalan Presidential election.
1986-1989: Ambassador to the Bahamas
1989-1993: Commissioner, U.S. Customs Service
1998-2003: President & CEO, Air Transport Association of America*
2004-Present: Of Counsel, U.S. Chamber of Commerce

  • The ATA is the "ATA, founded in 1936, is the trade association representing 23 U.S. passenger and cargo carriers and five associate (international) members. ATA member airlines transport more than 95 percent of all passengers and cargo traffic in the United States..." (Source)

Source: California Legislature Handbook (1979)

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