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CAGOP Launches Digital Ad Campaign to Recall Governor

The California Republican Party released three new digital ads urging Californians to recall California Governor Gavin Newsom.  The ads headline the Governor’s repeated failure to live by the same rules he has imposed on Californians.  

 

In addition, they highlight the billions of dollars fraudulently paid out by his Employment Development Department and the bungled vaccine roll out that puts California near the bottom of states in treating their population.

One ad shows Newsom dining at the high-end French Laundry restaurant while asking families to forgo their indoor holiday gatherings.  Another shows empty playground swings to illustrate closed public schools while Newsom sends his kids to private school.

The California GOP has fully committed its resources to recalling the Governor, according to newly appointed Recall Committee Chair, Lindsey Stetson.  The CAGOP has activated its 44,000 volunteer network to make over 1.1 million phone calls urging Republicans to sign the recall petition.  In addition, the CAGOP has deployed its staff and field offices to support the signing, gathering and return of recall petitions.

CAGOP Chairwoman Jessica Patterson and California’s Republican National Committee members were able to generate $200,000 in additional recall funding from the RNC.  $125,000 was contributed for paid signature gathering and the remaining $75,000 funded digital advertising and a texting campaign to support the signature gathering efforts.

The CAGOP has also been actively promoting the recall campaign via email and social media posts.  This campaign has included 1.5 million emails as well as numerous tweets and posts on Instagram and Facebook.

You can download and sign the recall petition by clicking on the box on this home page.

Jessica Patterson Reelected as CRP Chairwoman

Bay Area’s Peter Kuo Reelected as Vice Chair; Jonathan Madison as Regional Vice Chair

At the California Republican Party’s recent online state convention, Chairwoman Jessica Millan Patterson won a solid reelection victory.  She received over 62% of the delegate votes.  She campaigned on her success both in partybuilding – recruiting 42,000 volunteers and raising $36 million, as well as election results – taking back four of the congressional seats that Republicans had lost in 2018.  She also laid out her priorities: “This fall, we must recall Gavin Newsom to save our great state, and next year, we must retire Nancy Pelosi to save our country. That is our focus, and we will not be divided or distracted.”

Statewide Vice Chairman Peter Kuo also won reelection at the convention, with nearly 77% of the vote.  Peter is a delegate from Santa Clara.  Asked about his plans going forward, Peter said, “I look forward to two more years of growth of our Party’s base by attracting new immigrants, hard working middle class folks, people of faith, people who want to defend the police, people who want their children to go back to school and re-open our businesses. We the people deserve a better Governor and legislators–the Democrat Party has failed the people of California. It’s time for a real change.”

Bay Area Regional Vice Chair Jonathan Madison won a second term at the Saturday morning regional meeting with 83% of  the vote.  Jonathan is an attorney who lives in Alameda County.  He said, “I plan to lead Bay Area Republicans into a more prominent role in the Recall Newsom effort.  We need real leadership at the state and local level.  It’s time for Republicans to lead that effort for our state and nation.” He also plans to continue coordinating with the six county Party chairs in the region as well as doing more of his innovative outreach events.

In the Central Coast Region, which includes Santa Cruz, Monterey, and San Benito Counties, among others, Lindsey Stetson was reelected as Vice Chair and appointed by Chairwoman Patterson to head the Recall Committee.  In the North Region, which includes Napa, Sonoma, and Solano Counties, Matt Heath was reelected.

The next state convention is planned for September 24-26.

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CAGOP Launches Digital Ad Campaign to Recall Governor

The California Republican Party released three new digital ads urging Californians to recall California Governor Gavin Newsom.  The ads headline the Governor’s repeated failure to live by the same rules he has imposed on Californians.  

 

In addition, they highlight the billions of dollars fraudulently paid out by his Employment Development Department and the bungled vaccine roll out that puts California near the bottom of states in treating their population.

One ad shows Newsom dining at the high-end French Laundry restaurant while asking families to forgo their indoor holiday gatherings.  Another shows empty playground swings to illustrate closed public schools while Newsom sends his kids to private school.

The California GOP has fully committed its resources to recalling the Governor, according to newly appointed Recall Committee Chair, Lindsey Stetson.  The CAGOP has activated its 44,000 volunteer network to make over 1.1 million phone calls urging Republicans to sign the recall petition.  In addition, the CAGOP has deployed its staff and field offices to support the signing, gathering and return of recall petitions.

CAGOP Chairwoman Jessica Patterson and California’s Republican National Committee members were able to generate $200,000 in additional recall funding from the RNC.  $125,000 was contributed for paid signature gathering and the remaining $75,000 funded digital advertising and a texting campaign to support the signature gathering efforts.

The CAGOP has also been actively promoting the recall campaign via email and social media posts.  This campaign has included 1.5 million emails as well as numerous tweets and posts on Instagram and Facebook.

You can download and sign the recall petition by clicking on the box on this home page.

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View more details for events on the Calendar of Upcoming Events or view the Monthly Calendar of Events.

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Jessica Patterson Reelected as CRP Chairwoman

Bay Area’s Peter Kuo Reelected as Vice Chair; Jonathan Madison as Regional Vice Chair

At the California Republican Party’s recent online state convention, Chairwoman Jessica Millan Patterson won a solid reelection victory.  She received over 62% of the delegate votes.  She campaigned on her success both in partybuilding – recruiting 42,000 volunteers and raising $36 million, as well as election results – taking back four of the congressional seats that Republicans had lost in 2018.  She also laid out her priorities: “This fall, we must recall Gavin Newsom to save our great state, and next year, we must retire Nancy Pelosi to save our country. That is our focus, and we will not be divided or distracted.”

Statewide Vice Chairman Peter Kuo also won reelection at the convention, with nearly 77% of the vote.  Peter is a delegate from Santa Clara.  Asked about his plans going forward, Peter said, “I look forward to two more years of growth of our Party’s base by attracting new immigrants, hard working middle class folks, people of faith, people who want to defend the police, people who want their children to go back to school and re-open our businesses. We the people deserve a better Governor and legislators–the Democrat Party has failed the people of California. It’s time for a real change.”

Bay Area Regional Vice Chair Jonathan Madison won a second term at the Saturday morning regional meeting with 83% of  the vote.  Jonathan is an attorney who lives in Alameda County.  He said, “I plan to lead Bay Area Republicans into a more prominent role in the Recall Newsom effort.  We need real leadership at the state and local level.  It’s time for Republicans to lead that effort for our state and nation.” He also plans to continue coordinating with the six county Party chairs in the region as well as doing more of his innovative outreach events.

In the Central Coast Region, which includes Santa Cruz, Monterey, and San Benito Counties, among others, Lindsey Stetson was reelected as Vice Chair and appointed by Chairwoman Patterson to head the Recall Committee.  In the North Region, which includes Napa, Sonoma, and Solano Counties, Matt Heath was reelected.

The next state convention is planned for September 24-26.

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Sacramento Pursues all the Wrong Solutions to the Housing Crisis

By Susan Shelley
ocregister.com
February 27, 2021

If you happen to think the state government in California has done a great job managing everything from unemployment benefits to vaccinations, from K-12 education to the Department of Motor Vehicles, great news—the same folks who brought you those success stories are taking over housing.

Take rental housing: While the pandemic has been terrible for nearly everyone, only housing providers were ordered to give away their product and services to customers for as long as the emergency continues. Landlords were told they could not evict tenants for non-payment of rent. If that was ever sustainable, it’s certainly not sustainable long-term, and the pandemic emergency in California is days away from its one-year anniversary.

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America’s Excessive Government Spending Must Stop

By G. P. Shultz, J. F. Cogan & J. B. Taylor
project-syndicate.org
February 23, 2021

STANFORD – Many in Washington now seem to think that the US federal government can spend a limitless amount of money without any harmful economic consequences. They are wrong. Excessive federal spending is creating grave economic and national-security risks. America’s fiscal recklessness must stop.

The COVID-19 crisis has provided the latest impetus for government spending, even to the point of steering the American mindset toward socialism – a doctrine that has always harmed people’s well-being. But some say there is no need to worry about excessive spending. After all, they argue, record-low interest rates apparently show no sign of increasing. The economy was humming along just fine until the pandemic hit, and will no doubt rebound strongly when it ends. And is there even a whiff of inflation in the air?

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Effort launched to recall three S.F. school board members

By Lizzie Johnson
sfchronicle.com
February 22, 2021

A San Francisco family has officially launched an effort to recall three school board members, filing the paperwork with county and state election officials, with more than 1,200 city residents already saying they are ready to sign the petitions.

Organizers Autumn Looijen and Siva Raj, who are parents to five children, said they wanted to “get politics out of education.”

The recall effort targets President Gabriela López, Vice President Alison Collins and Commissioner Faauuga Moliga.

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In post-Trump convention, California Republicans keep calm and carry online

By Ben Christopher
calmatters.org
February 21, 2021

There were no boozy late-night cocktail parties at this weekend’s California Republican Party convention.

Missing too were the bullhorn and placard-toting protest marches, the cameo appearance of rightwing Internet celebrities, the raucus parliamentary brawls between college Republicans. There were no rooms to work, parties to crash, or crowds to whip up. There was no hotel this time — and therefore no hotel lobby in which to peruse that distinct mix of kitsch and politics on display at the vendor kiosks.

Instead – like so much of the color of life since March of last year — the party’s biannual meetup was replaced by a cascade of Zoom meetings. And in cyberspace, it’s much harder to be a rabble rouser — especially if you can’t figure out how to unmute yourself.

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