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'''Allan Hoffenblum''' is the publisher of the [[California Target Book]].<ref>[http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-open-primary27-2009nov27,0,7065364.story ''Los Angeles Times'', "Californians to decide on open primary amendment", November 27, 2009]</ref>
 
'''Allan Hoffenblum''' is the publisher of the [[California Target Book]].<ref>[http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-open-primary27-2009nov27,0,7065364.story ''Los Angeles Times'', "Californians to decide on open primary amendment", November 27, 2009]</ref>
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Hoffenblum served in Vietnam as an Air Force intelligence officer before going to work for the Los Angeles County Republican Party in 1968.<ref>[http://www.californiatargetbook.com/morning%20report%20sample.pdf ''Capitol Morning Report'', "On Target", August 8, 2006]</ref>
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From 1979-1996, Hoffenblum ran legislative and congressional campaigns across California.
  
 
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Allan Hoffenblum is the publisher of the California Target Book.[1]

Hoffenblum served in Vietnam as an Air Force intelligence officer before going to work for the Los Angeles County Republican Party in 1968.[2]

From 1979-1996, Hoffenblum ran legislative and congressional campaigns across California.

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