Don Sedgwick, the leading Republican candidate by every measure in the race to represent California’s 45th District, outraised party rivals by more than $140,000 in the first quarter according to current finance reports. The large margin came despite the fact that his campaign launched fundraising efforts late in the quarter.
Today, the Sedgwick for Congress campaign announced endorsements from the entire Laguna Hills City Council. Mayor Dore Gilbert, Mayor Pro Tem Janine Heft, Councilmembers Erica Pezold and Dave Wheeler, as well as former Laguna Hills Mayor Joe Lautenschleger and the city’s first Mayor, Melody Carruth, unanimously endorsed Don Sedgwick for
Don Sedgwick announced that he won former U.S. Senator Orrin Hatch’s endorsement just days after launching his bid to become the next Congressman in California’s 45th district. Hatch is the longest-serving Republican in the history of both the Senate and the Judiciary Committee and has represented Utah for more than
Candidate for Congress in CA-45 Don Sedgwick, a Republican, vocally rebuked Governor Newsom’s overreach against the voters’ will and stated he will remain supportive and insist we keep the death penalty in place. Sedgwick also demanded Rep. Katie Porter denounce this dangerous shift in policy by vowing to buck the
Small business owner and Laguna Hills Council Member Don Sedgwick launched his campaign for Congress in Orange County’s 45th district. The campaign released its first Ad offering voters a clear look into Sedgwick’s Conservative plan to fight for our veterans, end dangerous sanctuary cities, stand with Orange County taxpayers and