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MEET TOM PALZER
Prior to its enactment on June 8,
2010, the Legislature of California
took it on its own to place proposition
14, the Top Two Candidate Open
Primary Act, on the ballot. The Act
allows only the top two candidates
with the most votes to move on to
the General election. The key
advantage,according its proponents,
was the claim that ‘more moderate’
candidates would be elected to
office
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P.O. Box 2413
Rancho Cucamonga CA 91729
    
    
Tom Palzer (born February 1, 1949) was raised in Illinois; now living in Rancho Cucamonga, California.
He is married with four adult children and five grandchildren.

Tom is a United States Air Force veteran having served in the Security Service monitoring the Arab-Israeli conflict. (1969 - 1972)

Tom received his education at Illinois State University, University of Illinois - Chicago, and Governor State University. He graduated with a Masters degree in Urban and Regional Planning in 1977.

Tom worked as City Planner for the City of Kankakee, Illinois (1979 - 1986), a community located an hour south of Chicago.  He was appointed Executive Director of Planning for the Kankakee County Planning Commission in 1986 (1986 -1997).

In 2000, Tom accepted the position of Deputy Director for Operations with the State of Illinois at CATS - the Chicago Area Transportation Study responsible for consolidating the transportation plans for the City of Chicago, Cook County, six suburban counties and 234 municipalities.

Tom retired in 2008 at the age of fifty-eight (58) and in 2010 moved to Rancho Cucamonga with his wife to enjoy golf, entering the PGA/PGM Program in 2013.  On December 14, 2014, growing very concerned with the state-of-affairs in Sacramento, Washington, and the Nation, he decided that his thirty-two (32) years of experience as a long-range planner working with and advising elected and appointed officials at all levels of government, would make him a strong, conservative Republican member of the U.S. Senate.

  
I will work tirelessly to make our