From Elizabeth Emken for U.S. Senate:

Let’s look at an opportunity for California’s U.S. Senate candidates to have an open public discussion on the issues affecting our state and our nation:

Feinstein Sees `No Evidence’ Deadly Libya Attack Planned

SHOT: The White House announced today that there is now clear evidence that the attacks on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya on September 11th were premeditated and orchestrated by Al Qaeda. The facts contradict the statement on the attacks made by Dianne Feinstein on September 13th that reversed her original position: Read the rest of this entry »

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Announcement from the Contra Costa Republican Party:

Here’s the overview, click on the link below for specifics:

  • Friday, Join in the fun while supporting your candidate at the Jelly Belly Casino Night Fundraiser for Mike Hudson or make a difference in our swing state next door by joining the NoBama Nevada Precinct Walk.
  • Saturday, at 10 AM become the most important person in the Republican party and join the Precinct Team in Walnut Creek, jump in or stay for the Neighborhood Walk with Mark Meuser in Walnut Creek.
  • Tuesday, Oct 2, at 7pm, become the most important person in the Republican party and join the Precinct Team in Walnut Creek
  • Wednesday, Oct 3 Enjoy food, fellowship and fun at our Debate Watching Party in Walnut Creek.
  • Saturday, Oct 6, The first of our precinct walks at 9am – step up and be part of the Victory 2012 team or attend the East County Meet and Greet for Mike and Mark in the afternoon.

Click here for more information–>>

From the California State Senate Republican Caucus:

Another California Business Leaves Our State – 700 Families Will Be Impacted

SACRAMENTO, CA – Senate Republican Leader Bob Huff (R-Diamond Bar) issued the following statement regarding the announcement that Campbell’s Soup will be moving its operations to North Carolina, Ohio, and Texas to reduce costs, putting 700 individuals on the unemployment line:

“No one should be surprised that Campbell’s Soup has decided to move their operations out of California. In the past few years, numerous other companies have done the same. Our communities need broad-based reforms, and Californians deserve more than promises and empty talk about helping our struggling families find work. Read the rest of this entry »

This is an incredible speech, given by a true leader.  Israel deservers the United States’ support more than ever as the “Arab Spring” turns into something darker and more sinister in countries throughout the Middle East.  Not to mention that Iran is growing in strength and influence within the region.  President Obama’s “leading from behind” is proving to be a devastating miscalculation.  If you want to see what true leadership is, watch this video.

From Ricky Gill for Congress:

The year Jerry McNerney was elected to Congress, he declared that “green energy” would be his “signature issue.”

It turns out his signature was written in disappearing ink.

On the defensive, McNerney is suddenly running away from the issue that defined his candidacy and his entire record in Congress — the advocacy of green energy, its supposedly endless economic potential, and the need for costly government incentives to promote its development.  Read the rest of this entry »

From Elizabeth Emken for U.S. Senate:

America has some of the finest hospitals, physicians and nurses the world has ever known. We also have a health care system that is struggling with issues of affordability and access.  We need a transformational realignment that moves us back toward a system that is affordable and once again, at its core, consists of a medical provider, and a patient, in an exam room.  Read the rest of this entry »

Statement from Becky Kolberg, Contra Costa Republican Party Chairman:

As events have unfolded in the Middle East over the last week, I have been both horrified and amazed.

I’ve seen a lot of anger and violence directed at America, but where is our outrage here at home? I’m talking about righteous anger at our President for a feckless, weak, and failed foreign policy. Where’s the anger at a bloated nanny government that doesn’t stand up for our bedrock principle of freedom of speech, but instead rounds up a citizen by force in the middle of the night for political reasons? Where is the reaction from the press; where are all the civil rights groups; where is the ACLU? Read the rest of this entry »