On Thursday, October 10th the Board of Directors of the Lincoln Club of Orange County voted to endorse Mayor Diane Dixon for the 74th Assembly District.
“When conservatives and Republicans of all stripes are unified, we win,” said Lincoln Club of Orange County President John Warner. “Don Wagner would not be Supervisor had Republicans not unified behind his campaign. Diane is not only the best candidate to defeat Newsom enabler, Cottie Petrie Norris, she is a proven winner with the private and public sector record to back it up.”
The Lincoln Club was founded in 1962 after a bruising primary fight left Richard Nixon too weakened and underfunded to beat a vulnerable Pat Brown for California Governor. The Club founders believed that Republicans should save their precious resources and energy for fighting Democrats as opposed to each other.
“We are calling upon Republicans across the county and state to avoid wasting resources and energy and join the club, former Governor Pete Wilson, Senate Minority Leader Shannon Grove, and Assembly Minority Leader Marie Waldron in unifying behind Mayor Diane Dixon,” said Lincoln Club President John Warner.
Founded in 1962, the Lincoln Club of Orange County is the premiere political association in Orange County. Its members are businessmen and women and professionals who are united behind the principles of limited government, free markets, and personal responsibility. For 55 years the Lincoln Club of Orange County has worked to expand freedom, opportunity, and prosperity for all.
This article was released by the Lincoln Club of Orange County.