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Michael Schaefer

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Information Systems Analyst II

Local Address:  San Diego , California , United States
City of San Diego

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • City Councilman
    San Diego
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Now, all but two candidates have ..., 26 Feb 2015 [cached]
Now, all but two candidates have refused to sign: self described "vapor activist" Step Jones and Mike Schaefer, a former San Diego City Councilman - in the 1960s - and a perennial candidate here, as well as a former slumlord.
Part-time resident seeking Rep. Stump's seat, 4 June 2002 [cached]
Mike Schaefer, who also lives in Las Vegas and is licensed to practice law in California, is running in the newly drawn Congressional District 2, where 25-year Congressman Bob Stump has decided for health reasons not to run.
Schaefer, 64, said he has not practiced law in recent years except for a few cases involving constitutional law.
In June 2000, he won a decision by the 9th U.S Circuit Court of Appeals that he was entitled to run for Congress without being a resident of California at the time he requested or filed nominating petitions.The court said the Constitution requires that a U.S. representative be an "inhabitant of that state" when elected, not while running.
Schaefer said he is a voter in Nevada, recently rented a Glendale residence and intends to register in Arizona.
He and one of his two adult sons operated a 48-room motel in Kingman before selling it recently, and Schaefer has condominium properties on the market in Las Vegas, he said.
Major issues of his campaign will be enforcement along the U.S.-Mexico border, military pay and pensions, protecting the right to bear arms and eliminating waste in government, Schaefer said.
He suggested that illegal immigration could be curtailed by giving undocumented border crossers $1,000 to return home, but tattoo them on an arm or leg so they could be identified if they re-enter the United States.
"I don't have all the answers, but I have a creative mind," he said.
The State Bar of California suspended Schaefer for 30 days in 1992 after he was convicted of a misdemeanor count of domestic violence.Schaefer said his second wife, to whom he was married for two years, was violent.
"She slugged me and I wrestled her to the ground," after which she accused him of spousal abuse.
Schaefer said he served two terms as a San Diego city councilman from 1965 to '71 and was an unsuccessful candidate for Congress in California in 1968.
Arizona's 2nd District takes in Glendale, Peoria and other West Valley communities, all of Mohave County and the Hopi Indian Reservation. > News > Diane Bell, 10 Sept 2006 [cached]
Candidate uses name recognition: Perennial political candidate Mike Schaefer, who served time on S.D. City Council in the '70s and later in jail for spousal abuse, is campaigning for office once again.
Diverse field vies for council's 4th District seat, 20 Aug 2001 [cached]
Michael Schaefer , an attorney and real-estate investor , served on the San Diego City Council from 1965 to 1971.Since then , he has run unsuccessfully for local , state and federal offices more than a dozen times around the country , including attempting to succeed the late congressmen Sonny Bono and Julian Dixon.
Schaefer also was convicted and incarcerated in connection with charges related to domestic violence and slumlord issues.
Schaefer , who has put $100 , 000 of his own money into his council campaign , said his main priority if elected would be to lower the $133 , 000 salary of council members and increase morale in the LAPD.
The 4th District has 124 , 000 registered voters.About 15 , 000 voted in Ferraro's last re-election campaign in 1999.The final day to register to vote in the special election is Aug. 27.
If no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the vote on Sept. 11 , a runoff will be held Oct. 23.
September 22, 2000, 22 Sept 2000 [cached]
Attorney Michael Schaefer , a member of United Mountain Communities , offered information about a case heard by the Colorado Supreme Court in 1999 ( Colorado Springs v. Secure Care and Amoco Oil ) which reversed decisions by the Colorado Springs Planning Commission , which upheld 20-year-old zoning decisions.
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