Carley Porter, 1966 campaign
CARLEY V. PORTER 38TH ASSEMBLY Carley V. Porter first was elected to the California Legislature in 1949 and has been therr ver since. He is seeking iis 10th term as an as- setiblyman. He is a Democrat. Engineer Bob Corwin of D o w n e y , a Republican, charges that Porter "has the poorest voting record ever compiled in the history of the Legislature." He charges that the incumbent "votes Yes on a program popular with the people; always supports the administration's excessive tax budgets, but doesn't vote if a program is unpopular with the majority." Porter, 60, co-authored the $1.75 billion California Wa- BOB CORWIN tcr Bond Act which is building the state-wide water project. He is known as "the father of the slate water system." Porter is a USC graduate and businessman. Porter has supported legislation to aid senior citizens, civil rights legislation, school district unificatin, urban renewal laws, fair employment laws and voted restrict former mental in- school district unification, arms. Corwin, 33, believes his background in the space industry (North American -Downey) provides him with the background to make decisions in today's spage age. He is in favor of a high- speed monorail system crisscrossing Los Angeles County.