Republican Leaders in San Diego County Endorse Ted Cruz for President

Brian Brady Brian Brady 8 Comments

Tonight, Senator Ted Cruz will hold a rally for his Presidential campaign at the Town and Country Resort in Mission Valley.  Over 3,000 people have registered to attend, many of whom are local Republican leaders. Senator Cruz has been endorsed by the highest ranking Republican in California, Board of Equalization Member Diane Harkey, Assembly Member Marie Waldron and Assembly Member …

Time for the Republican Party to Unify Behind Randy Voepel

Assembymember Randy Voepel Assemblymember Randy Voepel 2 Comments

“Santee is a great success story. When it comes to leading by example and upholding conservative principles, there is no better candidate than Randy Voepel.” — Bill Baber, Councilman, City of La Mesa. “In Santee, we have proven that conservative government policies work!” – Randy Voepel, Mayor of Santee Santee Mayor Randy Voepel – The Only Candidate With A Proven …

Republican Party of San Diego County Should Back Leo Hamel For Assembly

Brian Brady Brian Brady 56 Comments

Remember the tea party movement?  Way back in 2010, while conservatives were rising up to oppose the Bush bailouts, the Obama stimulus plan, and Obamacare, some people were fed up with the Republican party and re-registered to “decline to state”.  Santee Mayor Randy Voepel was one of those guys — Voepel made a very public statement about leaving the party: In …

Congressman Hunter Associates Sen. Rand Paul with Nancy Pelosi

Eric Andersen Eric Andersen 5 Comments

For those who missed last night’s meeting of the San Diego County Republican Party at the Town & Country: A foolish comment from Congressman Duncan Hunter as he used the podium of our party to publicly denigrate Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) by associating him with Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi (D-CA). For those inspired by the ideals of constitutionally limited government, free …

Obama’s Choice

Elliot Schroeder Elliot Schroeder 3 Comments

Last night has put President Obama into unfamiliar territory. For the first time he faces both houses of Congress in opposition to him. The president has only vetoed legislation twice. This let him easily play the GOP as “the party of No.” But if the GOP pushes reasonable legislation (and not try to impeach the first black president) Obama’s veto …