Cynthia Thacker for State Assembly

featured graphic for Cynthia Tracker, candidate for California Assembly District 65 during COVID-19

Standing with supporters in front of a closed business near Buena Park’s famous Knott’s Berry Farm, California State Assembly candidate in the 65th district Cynthia Thacker asked why Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva wasn’t protesting Gov. Newsom’s arbitrary COVID guidelines that keeps theme parks closed for the unforeseeable future. “This has been …continue reading

featured graphic for Cynthia Tracker, candidate for California Assembly District 65 during COVID-19

Once again demonstrating that Democrats want to control every facet of an individual or corporation’s life, California Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva voted yes on AB-979 that requires publicly held domestic or foreign corporations whose principal executive offices are in the state to have directors from under-represented groups. These companies have until …continue reading

featured graphic for Cynthia Tracker, candidate for California Assembly District 65 during COVID-19

In 1996, Californians proudly passed Proposition 209 (California Civil Rights Initiative) that was aligned with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s dream of a nation where people would not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. Prop 209 amended the state constitution to …continue reading

featured graphic for Cynthia Tracker, candidate for California Assembly District 65 during COVID-19

Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva and the liberal Democratic legislature in Sacramento were eager to pass a bill that would have allowed multi-family duplexes to be built on land zoned for single-family units. Standing on a residential street, Cynthia Thacker, Conservative Republican candidate filed to run for California State Assembly in the …continue reading

featured graphic for Cynthia Tracker, candidate for California Assembly District 65 during COVID-19

Cynthia Thacker, Conservative Republican candidate filed to run for California State Assembly in the 65th district, wants Assembly Bill 5 overturned by the liberal Sacramento legislature. Overturning AB 5 would enable unemployed gig employees to work again. In 2019, Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva and the legislature, with broad support from organized …continue reading