Dear Editor, It’s disheartening, as inflation reached a new record in June, that Democratic candidates are choosing to stick by Joe Biden’s reckless spending policies that have caused the mess we are in. Democratic candidate Jay Chen has made clear he supports Joe Biden’s push to spend even more money
The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) publicly announced their endorsement of Congresswoman Michelle Steel in California’s 45th Congressional District. NFIB advocates for small businesses at both the state and federal level. From taxes to healthcare, NFIB is actively advocating for every small business in America. When it comes to
Following the Supreme Court’s decision to dismantle Roe v. Wade, and Justice Thomas’s written intention to challenge marriage equality, last night a bipartisan group of Congressmembers passed the Respect for Marriage Act. Congresswoman Steel failed to join her California Republican colleagues and instead voted against codifying marriage equality. Earlier this
This following statement was released by Michelle Steel. upon advancing to the 2022 General Election. “In 2020, Orange County families sent a clear message that they wanted someone in Washington who would oppose the high taxes and outrageous spending that is crippling their everyday lives. “I am proud to say
U.S. Representative Michelle Steel today announced she will run for reelection in the new 45th congressional district. Steel has already secured key endorsements from Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy, Rep. Young Kim, Rep. Ken Calvert, former Rep. Mimi Walters, Orange County Board of Supervisors Chairman Andrew Do, and the Republican Party
New Lines and New Opportunities CA45 is a new Asian opportunity swing seat with a 3.6%* Democratic registration advantage. The district voted for Biden by 6.2% and Clinton by 13.2%. The district is 37% Asian American with significant Vietnamese, Chinese, Korean, and Indian populations. This district is primed to support
The Lincoln Club of Orange County has endorsed Colonel Greg Raths, USMC (Ret.) for the 45th Congressional District. Raths is challenging freshman Representative Katie Porter (D-Irvine) for the seat. “As mayor, Greg Raths delivered results for taxpayers, providing a balanced budget with a $6 million surplus. With his experience as
Greg Raths, Republican candidate for California’s 45th Congressional District, has received the endorsement from former Congresswoman Mary Bono. Mary Bono released the following statement expressing her support for Greg Raths: “I am proud to endorse Col. Greg Raths for United States Congress in California’s 45th District. I stand with Col.
Greg Raths, Republican candidate for California’s 45th Congressional District, has announced his support of two pro-life bills: the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act and the Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act. The first bill, the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (Micah’s Law) is legislation the would ban a
Orange County Board of Education Trustee Dr. Lisa Sparks formally filed to run for Congress as a Republican in California’s 45th Congressional District. After months of strong fundraising and endorsement announcements, Sparks will enter the race with significant momentum as she looks to unseat Katie Porter next year. “Orange County
Don Sedgwick’s campaign for Congressional District 45 announced today the endorsement from Diane Harkey, a stalwart Orange County conservative. Harkey, a successful businesswoman, previously served as a taxpayer advocate on the state’s Board of Equalization. Before that, she served in the state Assembly and as Mayor of Dana Point. In
Retired Marine Combat Fighter Pilot and Mayor of Mission Viejo Greg Raths announced his leading position based on polling, prior to taking the stage for a Congressional Debate hosted by the Orange County Republican Central Committee. “This poll is proof that our campaign’s message of securing our borders and helping
The Sedgwick for Congress campaign announced even more endorsements from local leaders who recognize Conservative Don Sedgwick as the strongest candidate to beat liberal Katie Porter. Sedgwick is dominating the GOP primary, locking up major local endorsements and outraising his closest opponent 4:1 according to the most recent finance reports.