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Andrew Hayes for State Assembly District 75 – The Interview

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The Andrew Hayes Interview I’ve reached out to all three Republican candidates in my district to interview so constituents can learn more about those who would lord over us. Carl DeMaio said yes, then no. Technically, he said after the primaries, but that’s a no for all intents and purposes. Jack J. Fernandes said yes but hasn’t responded to my …

San Diego County Board of Supervisors Turns Blue

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A conservative Latino’s view on politics… Upon entering local politics in 2015, I learned the San Diego County Republican Party (SDCRP) is one of California’s most successful! It’s where Republicans thrive, with the board of supervisors showcasing our dominance since the 1990s. Unsurprisingly, that’s come to a crashing end! Reading the San Diego News Desk article, “Democrat Victories in San …

The Empire Strikes Back: CAGOP Remains Center-Left with Jessica Patterson

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A conservative Latino’s view on politics… If your happy with the California Republican Party (CAGOP) and wanted the continued success of the worst beatdown in CAGOP history, your candidate was center-left Republican Jessica Patterson. Handpicked by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, she’s to be his marionette to his puppet master and continue the same leadership we’ve had since 2010. Conservatives …

CAGOP Chair Race: The Grand Old Party Nationwide Latino Association Endorses…

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A conservative Latino’s view on politics… The Grand Old Party Nationwide Latino Association (GOPNLA) is an American political organization that’s honored to play a part in the California Republican Party (CAGOP) race for chairperson. We are a proud organization led by William Del Pilar, our national chair with Piper Dominguez managing day-to-day operations as executive director. Del Pilar’s background as …

Patterson, the Marionette; McCarthy, the Puppet Master and the CAGOP

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A conservative Latino’s view on politics… Since 2006, the California Republican Party (CAGOP) has become a running joke with every lopsided defeat. One would think the 2018 midterm beatdown would welcome change. However, current CAGOP leadership is willing to continue digging, taking us down a deeper hole and a new puppet master is emerging. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy with …

CAGOP Establishment Blames Trump for 2018 Midterms

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A conservative Latino’s view on politics… The California Republican Party (CAGOP) has been losing this state exponentially since 2006. After the utter destruction in the 2018 midterms, publicly disgraced and scandal-ridden former Republican state vice-chair Kristin Olsen conveniently puts the blame on President Donald Trump. Ms. Olsen, a leader in the CAGOP, needs to look in the mirror. At the …

CAGOP U.S. Senate Candidates – Missed Opportunity

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A conservative Latino’s view on politics… The California Republican Party (CAGOP) implemented endorsement rules to separate those who simply want to see their names on a ballot from those who want to be contenders. One criterion is 200 delegate endorsement signatures and at least 10 of them must be from delegates of the eight regions. In other words, they must work …

Travis Allen: A fraud? A liar? A snake oil salesman? All the above! Part II

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A conservative Latino’s view on politics… Part two of my research into Republican gubernatorial candidate, Assemblyman Travis Allen (R), 72nd Assembly District. You can read the first half here: “Travis Allen: A fraud? A liar? A snake oil salesman? All the above! Part I”. Travis Allen, creating a false narrative, the CAGOP proxy battle The most recent CAGOP convention went …

Travis Allen: A fraud? A liar? A snake oil salesman? All the above! Part I

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A conservative Latino’s view on politics. The battle in the governor’s race, between John Cox and Travis Allen to represent the Republican Party and be one of the top-two in the “jungle primary,” is dividing us. Allen voters embellish Cox’s flaws, while purposely ignoring Allen’s and are creating an irreparable wedge if one of them advances. Allen’s rhetoric is also …