Gary Adrian Condit
Born: April 21, 1948 in Salina, Oklahoma
Married: Carolyn Condit (in 1967)
Children: Chad Matthew* and Cadee Patricia Gray
University: University of Southern California (B.B.A.)
1972-1976: Member, Ceres City Council
1974-1976: Mayor, City of Ceres
1976-1982: Member, Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors
1989: Resigned from the State Assembly on September 20.
2002: Primary Candidate for CD-18 (Lost; 38.7%)
- LEGAL ISSUES: Condit has faced nearly continuous legal problems since leaving office in 2003. During the last years of his term, Condit was investigated in connection with the dissapearance of Chandra Levy, an intern in his Washington DC office. The disappearance, later determined to be a homicide, eventually led to the conviction of Ingmar A. Guandique (an illegal immigrant) in 2010. After managing two Baskin-Robbins franchises near Phoenix, Condit was sued by the company for breaching the franchise agreement. In 2006, Condit sued the Sonoran News for 'defamation of character' after it printed an article about the Levy investigation. The case was dismissed in 2007.
- An incumbent who lost their party primary (in 2002).
- Chad Condit was a No Party Preference candidate for CD-10 in 2012 (Lost; 15%)
Source: California Legislature Handbook (1983)
Source: "Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, 1774-Present" (U.S. Library of Congress) [http://bioguide.congress.gov/]