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Chuck DeVore


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CA State Assembly
Date Party Office Votes Result
11-02-2004 Republican AD-70 112844 Win
11-07-2006 Republican AD-70 78724 Win
11-04-2008 Republican AD-70 83709 Win

Candidate Biography:

Charles S. DeVore
Born: May 20, 1962 in Seattle, Washington
Married: Diane
Children: Jennie and Amy
Military Service: ARMY (1992 Los Angeles Riots)

1986-1988: Special Assistant for Foreign Affairs, Department of Defense
1988: Primary Candidate for CD-40 (Lost; 1.05%)
1988: Director of Public Liaison, Chris Cox for Congress (CD-40)
1988-1990: Senior Assistant, Congressman Chris Cox
1990: Candidate for Orange County Board of Education (Lost; 40.2%)
1991-1996: City Commissioner, City of Irvine
2010: Primary Candidate for US Senator (Lost; 19.2%)
2012: Candidate for Orange County Board of Supervisors (Withdrew)
2012-Present: Senior Visiting Scholar for Fiscal Policy, Texas Public Policy Foundation

  • AUTHOR: DeVore is the author (with Steven W. Mosher) of China Attacks (2001) "is an exciting, entertaining, yet informative novel that explores the international politics that may be leading the world to war, describes America's and China's vast military capabilities and plans, and posits a riveting scenario of catastrophic conflict as superpowers collide over the island nation of the Republic of China on Taiwan." (Source)

Source: California Legislature Handbook (2005-06)