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Wrong for California

In 2012 and 2014 voters across California sent 12 targeted Republican Congressional incumbents and challengers packing. In 2016, California Republican House members and candidates are running on the Trump ticket, and we're not giving them a free ride. If we're going to take back the House and end the Tea Party's divisive rule, it has to start by defeating extreme Republicans right here in California.

GOP Legitimized Trump's Rise

Michael Soller, California Democratic Party

Donald Trump cast doubt on whether he would accept the results of the November 8 election if he loses — risking 220 years of the peaceful transfer of power. And California Republicans running for Congress are still legitimizing him despite his threats about women, immigrants, and the will of voters.

The Los Angeles Times just said Republicans like Steve Knight, Jeff Denham, and Darrell Issa "will have no one to blame but themselves" if they lose in November.


Posted: October 20, 2016

Democrat Endorsed Over Denham

Michael Soller, California Democratic Party

The Modesto Bee just backed Democratic challenger Michael Eggman over Congressman Jeff Denham, saying that "Denham's support of Trump is a disqualified."


Posted: October 17, 2016

McClintock Standing By His Guy - Trump

California Republicans in tight races for Congress are running for cover after Donald Trump talked about sexually assaulting women in a video released by the Washington Post. Not Tom McClintock.

He redoubled his support for Trump in an offensive statement posted this week on his website: "When a fireman is trying to save my house from burning down, the fact he uses lewd and vulgar language in private conversations with other guys doesn't change the nature of the emergency."


Posted: October 12, 2016

Too Late for Darrell Issa

Michael Soller, California Democratic Party

Donald Trump rewarded his “superfan” Darrell Issa by naming the embattled San Diego congressman to his national security advisory team. But after the release of a videotape where Trump made disgusting comments about groping women, Issa tried and failed to run away from his record of support for the nominee he called “the obvious choice.”


Posted: October 08, 2016

Republicans’ shady money trail

Ngoc Nguyen, California Democratic Party

While Democrats are committed to overturning Citizens United and getting “dark money” out of elections, California Republicans are wallowing in wads of undisclosed cash.


Posted: October 03, 2016
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