Bill Bloomfield, Independent Candidate for U.S. Representative District 33

Bloomfield is up against longtime incumbent Henry Waxman.

General Information

Name: Mr. Bill Bloomfield
Age: N/A
Place of residence: Manhattan Beach



Attended college: Yes
College: University of California, Berkeley 
Degree: N/A
Year of graduation: N/A

Grad school

University: Harvard University
Degree: MBA
Year of graduation: N/A

Employment Information

Job titles held: Upon completion of his schooling, Bloomfield took a job at Web Service Company, a family-owned operator of commercial laundry equipment. He assumed increasing levels of responsibility there, eventually becoming president and CEO. During his 33-year tenure at Web Service Company, Bloomfield led the firm to its national industry leadership ranking. 

Bloomfield founded another business, an Internet-hosting company called Web.com, where he served as president from 1998 until 2005. Bloomfield is now chairman of a real estate firm and serves on the board of two other small companies.

Employers: N/A

Political Information

Party affiliation: Independent
Running for: Federal office 
Running for position: Running for election in Congressional District 33
Chamber/district: Congressional District 33
Incumbent: No
First elected: N/A
Previous elective offices: N/A
Unsuccessful bids for elective offices: N/A

Party HQ

909 N. Aviation Blvd., #9
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

Campaign Manager

Name: N/A
Title: N/A


Website: http://bloomfieldforcongress.com
Twitter: @BBloomfield33
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BloomfieldForCongress
Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/bloomfield4congress

Other facts

Bloomfield has dedicated time and money in support of an initiative that would create a non-partisan commission to draw California’s legislative districts. This initiative was passed by California voters in the November 2008 election.

He also invested in support of “Open Primaries,” which Californians passed in 2010, allowing all voters to vote in all primaries, regardless of party affiliation.  

Another reform initiative Bloomfield is involved in that has qualified for this November’s ballot is the effort to limit the influence of special interests. This “Stop Special Interests” initiative will ban contractors from making contributions to elected officials who approve their contracts. It will also prohibit labor unions and corporations from making donations to candidates running for state office. And, it will prohibit unions and corporations from deducting political contributions from their members’ and employees’ paychecks without their permission.

Bloomfield is also listed as a co-founder of “No Labels,” an organization that encourages and backs politicians who put a priority on solving problems by seeking out and working with like-minded people, regardless of party affiliation. 

Other areas of focus for Bloomfield include reforming No Child Left Behind, eliminating the national budget deficit, and ensuring that Medicare and Social Security remain solvent.

Sources: Bloomfield for U.S. Congress, Ballotpedia.org

Osahon Emmanuel September 06, 2012 at 02:45 AM
Prop 32 stops unions from AUTOMATICALLY deducting from their members' hard earned pay to fund campaigns and politicians they may not actually support. As it currently stands, it's extremely difficult to opt out of the automatic payment deduction as a union member. Union workers have the constitutional right to support or (more importantly) NOT support anything they choose. All Prop 32 would do is help them do that. Prop 32 would give union members their political voices back.
Jordan McCroskey September 07, 2012 at 03:45 AM
Proposition 32 is NOT an attack by Republicans on unions and their members. It is an attempt to rid Sacramento of the corruptions brought about by special interests. Sacramento displays immense corruption in its political system. Special interests wield almost exclusive power over political decisions due to their HUGE monetary contributions. They make contributions to politicians, and those politicians reciprocate the favor by enacting legislation favorable to their special interest donors. The corruption sickens me. Decisions should be based on what is best for ALL Californians, not based on the whims of those who write the biggest checks.

 We NEED proposition 32. It eliminates ALL special interest donations to Sacramento. So long as special interests keep BUYING political influence, California will never shine with its former radiance. Lets return power to the people, and restore the spirit of democracy in California.
Neil C. Reinhardt November 05, 2012 at 04:46 AM
So Bruce, You support a dishonest prolific lying racist con man who had, until he threw him under a bus, a close friend and Mentor named the Rev. Wright? A man who ODUMA, aside from attending his White and America Hating sermons for over 20 years, he met with hundreds of times in his home. You support a low life who has two Terrorist leaders (Dorn / Ayres) who are resposible for robbing our banks, bombing private firms, US buildings and military facilites like the Penatagon and West Point as well as Police Stations / Police Cars and who also killed Americans as CLOSE FRIENDS? In my view, any one who supports him is as totaly lacking in Morals, Ethics, Honor and Integrity as Oduma is !
Neil C. Reinhardt November 05, 2012 at 04:57 AM
And Bruce An IFY for you, I am a 77 year old Agnostic Atheist Activist and an Independent who has voted for both Dumocrats (before they became rabid ass far leftists) and Republicans.
Neil C. Reinhardt November 05, 2012 at 05:01 AM
And Bruce FYI, I am a 77 year old Agnostic Atheist Activist, a 101st Airbone Vet & Independent who has voted for both Dumocrats (before they became rabid ass far leftists) & Republicans.


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