Please support my campaign for Re-Election for Regional Vice Chair, California Republican Party
It has been my pleasure to serve as Regional Vice Chair of the California Republican Party, a post that I have held for 2 years. During this time I have attended every board meeting, convention, been a member of the platform committee, and was a delegate to the Republican National Convention where we made Donald Trump our nominee for President of the United States.
As I describe below, there is much to learn about why Donald Trump won the general election, and what we can take from that success and transfer it to winning again in California. I look forward to pushing the California Republican Party in that direction.
Please feel free to e-mail or call me if you have any questions or concerns!
Jean Fuller, California State Senate Republican Leader
Anthony Cannella, State Senator 12th District
John Peschong, San Luis Obispo County Supervisor and former SLO County chairman
Jordan Cunningham, 35th Assembly District Republican Nominee
Sierra Roberts, 29th Assembly District Republican Nominee
Abel Malonado, former Lt. Governor
Endorsements - Local Party Officals
Peter Newman, Chairman, Monterey County Republican Party
Susan Allen, Chairwoman, Santa Cruz Republican Party
Tom Bordonaro, Chairman San Luis Obispo Republican Party
Tom Widroe, Chairman, Santa Barbara County
Mike Osborn, Ventura County Republican Party Chairman and County Chairman's Association
Peter Hernandez, Former Chairman, San Benito County Republican Party
Paul Bruno, Former Regional Vice Chair, California Republican Party, Treasurer of Monterey County Rep. Party
Greg Gandrud, Former Regional Vice Chair, California Republican Party, Chairman of Santa Barbara County
Endorsements - Others
Ruben Barales, CEO, Grow Elect
Representing Republicans in California's Central Coast. The California Republican Party is the country's largest Republican Party, and we played a huge role in the election of President Trump by virtue of the number of delegates we delivered to him in Cleveland. I was proud to be able to stand front and center and be able to cast a vote along with the rest of the country and participate in our democracy. While President Trump's style is controversial to say the least (in terms of "normal" politics), there is much we can learn from him.
Specifically, he spoke to the people that were most negatively affected by harmful liberal policies and those feeling the pain of lost jobs, reduced pay, higher taxes, loss of personal freedoms, and stupid spending.
I believe we need to encourage, support, and elect other candidates at all levels of office that are not afraid to talk to those that they may be uncomfortable speaking to and get those people working for smaller, less intrusive, and smarter government.