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RLC-SD Endorses Joel Anderson for Supervisor

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The Republican Liberty Caucus of San Diego voted to endorse the candidacy of State Senator Joel Anderson (Alpine) for District Two on the San Diego County Board of Supervisors in the 2016 election.live streaming movie L’ora legale

The Second District covers most of East County. It extends to the Imperial County line in the east, encompassing the communities of Poway, Julian and Ramona to the north, includes the cities of Santee, La Mesa, Lemon Grove and El Cajon, the inincorporated areas of Alpine, Lakeside and Spring Valley, and all land to the Mexican border (including the communities of Jamul, Dulzura, and Potrero). Geographically, it is the largest district in the county and serves more than 625,000 citizens. District Two is currently represented by decades-long incumbent Dianne Jacob.

“San Diego County needs to be refreshed. Senator Anderson as Supervisor will take it in right direction on liberty and prosperity,” said RLCSD Chairman Elliot Schroeder. “Anderson is aligned with us philosophically but, more importantly, he acts upon his principles. Actions speak louder than words with the RLC,” continued Schroeder.live streaming movie The Fate of the Furious

While Anderson hasn’t declared his candidacy for the District Two office in 2016, Brian Brady thought an early endorsement would signal that an activist, grass roots group backed his candidacy. “We seek to identify principled candidates early. When we were a small organization, we had an impact on the Poway Mayor’s race. We identified Mayor Steve Vaus as someone who could advance the message of limited government, free markets, and individual liberty but we also identified that he had the political savvy to win. We see the same characteristics in Senator Anderson. Now that our group has more members, we want to influence a larger race.”Watch The Channel (2016) Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download

Monica Fay is a naturalized citizen. She thinks Anderson fights for the rights of all Californians. “As a Latina member of The Republican Liberty Caucus of San Diego and the Republican party, it is extremely important to me that my voice is heard. I was very grateful for what Senator Joel Anderson did. He stood up to the California Latino Legislative Caucus when they tried to deny Assembly Member Rocky Chavez a voice in their organization.” Anderson called for the Attorney General to investigate Chavez’ exclusion from the Caucus. Fay continued, “No one should be denied membership to a publicly-funded organization due to their political affiliation, at least not in America. Senator Anderson fought for this not happen.”

“Anderson was our first honoree of the prestigious Thomas Paine Award,” said District resident Eric Andersen. “In 2014 three of his peers were indicted and convicted of multiple felonies. Joel Anderson was the only Senator to rise from his seat, walk to the microphone and challenge the entire body to uphold the rule of law and expel those disgraced Senators.” Andersen further quoted Thomas Paine: “Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom, must, like men, undergo the fatigues of supporting it,” likening the Senator’s stance to Paine’s quote. “As I watched the video (of Anderson) I saw an individual not only willing to espouse conservative principle but  match his talk with his walk.”

RLCSD is the first organization to formally endorse Anderson’s expected candidacy. This early support, from Republican grass roots activists, may send a message to the two-decade incumbent that it’s finally time for her to retire. Whether she retires or not, RLCSD members aren’t worried. Vice Chairman and Mt. Helix resident Jason Jackson thinks the distinctions between Anderson and the incumbent are clear. “I know we can trust Senator Anderson to do the right thing. He showed his character when he stood alone on the Senate floor urging the expulsion of fellow senators guilty of corruption. Senator Anderson understands that we elect people to protect our liberty. Dianne Jacob votes to limit our speech rights if it will extend her tenure in office.”

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