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Dan Hamburg has been active in northern California politics and community affairs for over 30 years. A graduate of Stanford University and the California Institute of Integral Studies, Dan has served as a Mendocino County supervisor and a US representative (CA-01). In 1998, he was the Green Party candidate for governor of California.
He is currently executive director of Voice of the Environment, a California-based nonprofit dedicated to standing up for the people and our communities against the avarice of major corporations and the misguided power of the corporate-dominated state.
Dan has written articles for several magazines (including The Nation, Tikkun, Harper's, Sierra, etc.) and many newspapers (including the Los Angeles Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Sacramento Bee, and the San Jose Mercury-News). He appeared frequently on the McNeil-Lehrer Newshour and CNN while a member of Congress, and has subsequently appeared on television and radio programs throughout California.
Dan lives with his wife Carrie in the hills west of Ukiah. He has been married for 34 years and has four grown children and six granddaughters.
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With six months left, the Bush administration can still do a lot of damage. The recent comment by McCain aid Charlie Black is indicative of just how much.