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Who Is Ryan Trabuco?
Ryan Trabuco serves on the San Diego County Juvenile Justice Commission, as President of the Clairemont Town Council, and as a Board Member on the San Diego County Alcohol & Drug Advisory Board.
For more information, check out his biography here.
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Today, the L.A. Daily News highlights a new radio ad push by former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan to help Latino voters better connect with the Republican Party.
Riordan, who served as Mayor of Los Angeles from 1993-2001, earned as much as 60% of the Latino vote throughout his tenure as mayor of the nation’s second largest city.
Despite an unsuccessful gubernatorial run in 2002, Riordan continues to remain a pillar within the Republican Party — and he understands the need to include in this all-important demographic into our party.
As do I. Continue reading
Earlier this month, Taegan Goddard — a nationally respected politico — publicly launched Wonk Wire.
Much like Goddard’s well-established Political Wire (a site I admittedly check out everyday), which provides the latest in national political news, whereas Wonk Wire provides an up-to-date avenue on the latest news and tidbits on national public policy. Congressional staffers, policy advisors, and think-tankers can rejoice in this site, for sure. Continue reading
For more information on voter registration, please visit the San Diego County Registrar of Voters website.
Since there has been a growing voice over the last few years for the party to return to its’ “roots,” I figured it would be informational and refreshing to post the Republican Party’s inaugural platform, adopted in 1856 in Philadelphia, PA.
The picture to the left is of Musical Fund Hall, site of the very first Republican National Convention in Philadelphia.
The last paragraph should be read carefully, and repeatedly. It speaks to me, and defines why I am a Republican.
The full text of the 1856 Platform follows. Continue reading
I’ve come to know T.J. Zane over the last few years through my involvement with our local San Diego Republican Party. Not just a caring family man, but as President and C.E.O. of the Lincoln Club of San Diego County, his leadership on fiscal reform efforts within the county have been successful and second-to-none.
T.J. is third on the ballot for Republican Central Committee voters within the 77th Assembly District. I’ve proudly voted for him, and encourage you to do so as well.
For more information, please check his SmartVoter profile here: http://www.smartvoter.org/2012/06/05/ca/sd/vote/zane_t/
If you live within Assembly District 77 and are registered Republican, I’d be honored to have your vote!
(Note: The “X” by my name was purely to show emphasis. I did vote for a full slate of 6 candidates, myself included of course.)
Every election season, the California League of Women Voters maintains the SmartVoter.org website, an incredible resource for voters to learn more about their candidates for particular offices. It serves as a resourceful tool for candidates as well, to provide our information to the voters at no cost.
My profile for the Republican Central Committee in the 77th Assembly District can be found here: http://www.smartvoter.org/vote/trabuco
If you have any questions for me, feel free to contact me. I hope to earn your vote on June 5!
Assemblyman Nathan Fletcher has momentum in the race for San Diego Mayor. Declare your independence from the problems of the past, and join the coalition-building movement to get San Diego moving forward.
For full disclosure, I have endorsed and donated to Nathan Fletcher’s campaign.