David Secor

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David Secor
David Secor.jpg
Candidate for
U.S. House, California, District 50
Bachelor'sSan Diego State University
Master'sSan Diego State University
Military service
Service/branchUnited States Air Force
Campaign website
David Secor is a 2012 Democratic candidate seeking election to the U.S. House representing the 50th Congressional District of California.


Campaign themes


Secor's campaign website lists the following issues:[1]

  • Jobs
Excerpt: "The Congress has done less than nothing for the unemployed, the underemployed, or working men and women, 43% of whom are worried about possibly losing their jobs. It's not surprising that the approval rate for Congress is at 6% (that's not a typo)."
  • Housing
Excerpt: "The economy simply CANNOT recover until we address the housing crisis. Even with the 30-year rate at 4% or less, those of us whose mortgages are underwater cannot refinance. They can't qualify for a loan."
  • Economy
Excerpt: "Our "Do Nothing" Congress brought us to the brink of economic disaster b y its refusal to compromise on the debt ceiling. Our Congressman was the worst! After Republicans and Democrats finally did reach a compromise at the last second, Mr. Hunter and the extremists in Congress still voted, "No!""
  • Social Security
Excerpt: "Social Security can and must be preserved - not only for today's seniors, but also their children and grandchildren."
  • Medicare
Excerpt: "Like Social Security, Medicare can and must be preserved. Mr. Hunter, with his vote for the Ryan Budget, voted to killMedicare. He wants it replaced by a voucher program, in which you would receive $6-8,000 to buy your own health insurance on the open market."



See also: California's 50th congressional district elections, 2012

Secor ran in the 2012 election for the U.S. House, representing California's 50th District. He and district 52 incumbent Duncan Hunter (R) advanced past the June 5, 2012, blanket primary, defeating Connie Frankowiak (D), Terri Linnell (R), and Michael Benoit (L). They will now face off in the November 6, 2012, general election.[2][3]

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