San Francisco (Oct. 3, 2003) -- Actors, politicians, and members of the media are garnering the most attention in the California governor’s race, but Calvin Louie believes a CPA is the best choice for the job. He should know — he has been a CPA for 23 years and he is a California gubernatorial candidate.

Given the $38 billion shortfall in the state budget, some people opined that California needs a good accountant in office and Louie heard the call. He has already crunched the numbers and believes his plan will put the state in the black — or at least out of further debt, within three years.

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