Five County Republican Party Chairs endorse Travis Allen for California Republican Party Chairman

Former Assemblyman Travis Allen continues building momentum in his campaign for California Republican Party (CRP) Chairman, earning the support from: Jonathan Ingram of Riverside County; Sayrs Morris of Imperial County; Robert Hren of Nevada County; Vincent Destigter of Amador County; and JW Paine of San Benito County.

“I am honored to receive the support of five county Chairs in my race for CRP Chairman. Building a strong partnership between the CRP and our county parties is essential to building a party that represents the majority of Californians, who are fed up with the failed policies of the liberal elites that have led to rising poverty, homelessness, taxes, and crime in California,” said Allen.

“Travis is the only candidate that has shown he is ready to fight for every Californian and is willing to stand up to special interests. With Travis’s business experience and consistent voting record supporting conservative principles and policies, Travis’ voice is exactly what the California Republican Party needs to prosper again,” said Imperial County Republican Chairwoman Sayrs Morris.

“Travis Allen has a long record of working to get Republicans in office. He has used his time and resources to organize volunteers up and down the state and has had extraordinary success in bringing new people to the Republican Party. While some politicians talk about supporting Republicans, every election cycle Travis can be found on the frontlines walking the walk. He is the partner our county party needs to in order to rebuild our party and has the common sense voice that Californians need,” said Republican Party of Riverside County Chairman Jonathan Ingram.

“The California Democrats have deprived the people of the use of their natural resources, such as timber and minerals in the North, and water in the Central Valley. Their one party rule has led to the nation’s worst poverty and homelessness, failing education and rising crime. Californians across the state have had enough. It’s about time the California Republican Party starts being their voice and brings balance back to California,” finished Allen.

Learn more about Travis Allen’s campaign for California Republican Party Chairman here.

This article was released by Travis Allen for CRP Chair.

6 Comments

  1. I am sadly disappointed that Kevin McCarthy is actively working against Travis Allen personally.

    He did this during the the Governors race pushing Cox and securing proxies after Cox donated thousands and bought free rooms for many insiders at the Convention in San Diego.

    I have to think McCarthy personally dislikes Travis Allen because as he seen Travis rise again running for Chairman of CAGOP, he put up his stooge last minute. Jessica P was not even on the radar a month ago. If she really wanted to run, she would of been in the game long ago.

    This is making me feel hopeless and disgusted that our own party would pull off such a Democrat-type racket against their own.

    McCarthy rejects Travis a strong Trump and Trump agenda supporter but supports Jessica a supporter of McCain, Whitman and Arnold S and other Never Trumpers GOP elites? I wonder if Trump knows how MCCarthy really feels about Trump supporters? Is McCarthy a hack and Fake friend to Trump? I definitely think he is a swamp creature of some sort. I am just shocked at how our own party ignores the grassroots. I hope it bites them in the buttocks.

  2. It is great to know that “California’s Trump” (pinned by LA TIMES) can come from the business world (he’s a financial planner) and break apart the political monotony. The party is in such sharp decline, while Travis Allen has demonstrated the ability to raise the most money and with the most donors, bring the most grassroots volunteers as anyone (both during and after his campaign), and excite the base with the broadest age groups and demographics. There is hope for CA if it can have checks and balance in its political system again, by having a two-party system!

  3. Where is the convention ??

    1. Ms. Prathet,

      Thank you for reading Orange County Breeze.

      According to the website for the California Republican Party, the Spring organizing convention will be held February 22 through 24 at the Hyatt Regency Sacramento and Sacramento Convention Center.

      Again, thank you for reading Orange County Breeze and taking the time to ask a question.

      Shelley Henders
      editor, Orange County Breeze

  4. …and Travis deserves to win because he is willing to step outside of the GOP box and echo chamber and encourage non-traditional groups to join the party such as African Americans and Latinos. Bravo, Travis!

    1. K.R.:

      Thank you for reading Orange County Breeze and taking the time to comment.

      I agree that the California Republican Party is long overdue to reach out to African Americans, Latinos, and Asians. If Travis Allen can get the Party to start talking with these groups and encouraging them to speak up and join in, then at least the Party will be pointed in the right direction.

      Again, thank you for reading Orange County Breeze and leaving a comment.

      Shelley Henderson,
      editor, Orange County Breeze

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