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I strongly believe in the importance of providing voters with transparent information about candidates, enabling them to make well-informed decisions. I was born in Sacramento, California, in 1961, and my life took a significant turn when my family joined the Peoples Temple Cult, when I was just five years old. This decision had a profound impact on the course of my life... Click on the link to learn more.
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Wanda Wallis believes in traditional family values, religious freedom, and the U.S. Constitution. Her personal worldview is formed by her faith and she stands for freedom and liberty. Wanda lives in Suisun, California. She graduated from Azusa Pacific University with a degree in Communication, she is married to a wonderful supportive husband, and has one son... Click on the link to learn more.
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Hello, I am Rudy Recile. I am a US American Citizen with Filipino heritage. I am the son of a single immigrant mother who worked hard to bring her family to the USA from the Philippines. In 1987 I would also swear an oath of service to the US Army to defend the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic. After 26 years of service, I retired from the US Army.
I believe in God, the individual, selfless service, integrity, personal courage, and family. ...
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From John's website: I am running for Congress because I can no longer sit and watch what is being done to our nation. As a result, I am very concerned about how decisions that Congress makes today will affect the lives of our children and future generations.
As your Congressman, I will be working to ensure that the same freedom and opportunities are offered in the future as have been available to us. My view of how we do this, as described in the following issue statements, is very different than the course being set by the current federal Administration, which has consistently moved toward higher taxes, more spending, greater control of our daily lives, and eroding the liberties on which our nation has been built.are.
If we join together and make our voices heard, we can fight for the change we want to see!
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The Republican Party was born in the early 1850s by anti-slavery activists and individuals who believed that government should grant western lands – such as California – to settlers free of charge. The very name Republican was chosen to allude to the party’s opposition to human enslavement and government tyranny, as well as a reminder to Thomas Jefferson’s own Democratic-Republican Party. In 1856, the Republicans became a national party when they nominated John C. Fremont, one of the original US Senators from California, as their candidate for President. Four years later, the Republicans successfully elected their nominee, Abraham Lincoln, to the Presidency. During his Presidency, the United States was wracked by Civil War. Staying true to the party’s anti-slavery activism, and against the advice of his cabinet, Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, freeing the slaves. The Republicans of their day worked to pass the Thirteenth Amendment, which outlawed slavery; the Fourteenth, which guaranteed equal protection under the laws; and the Fifteenth, which helped secure voting rights for African-Americans. That historic relationship is why the first African-American Congressmen were Republicans. Lincoln was also instrumental in the shaping of California’s history. As an ardent supporter of the Transcontinental Railroad, Lincoln signed legislation supporting the construction of the rail line to better unite the nation by spurring economic development in the West and providing our earliest settlers a safe passage to the state. In 1878, Senator A. A. Sergeant, a Republican from California, introduced the language that would become the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, which would allow women the right to vote. When the 19th Amendment was finally added to the Constitution years later, 26 of 36 state legislatures that had voted to ratify it were under Republican control. The first woman elected to Congress was a Republican, Jeanette Rankin from Montana, in 1917. Presidents during most of the late nineteenth century and the early part of the twentieth century were Republicans. Between 1952 and 2008, the White House was in Republican hands under Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush. Under Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, the United States won the Cold War, releasing millions from Communist oppression, in true anti-big government Republican spirit. The Republican Party has a strong history in California, with many of its most notable governors as members of the party. Those include Leland Stanford (businessman, US senator, and founder of Stanford University); Hiram Johnson (US senator, political reformer); Earl Warren (14th Chief Justice); and Ronald Reagan (US President). Solano County Republican Central Committee upholds these values.