Vote FOR – not Against – Your Values [California Readers Only]

Craig Huey California 2 Comments

It’s time to stop the insanity in Sacramento!

Let’s drain the swamp…

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Remember, the California statewide primary election is June 5th.

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Comments 2

  1. I know you are recommending voting John Cox for Governor of California, but, just because he has the money doesn’t mean he would be the best governor. It seems he has so much more negative feedback from a lot of sourcesI have read than Travis Allen. And, can the republican party really be trusted in their recommendation of Mr. Cox? I am not sure of this particular endorsement.

  2. I read this on Craig Huey’s voter guide site about the two to give some insight: thank you Craig for clarification on these two candidates!

    The race for governor has many good – and bad – candidates running; 27 in all.
    After evaluating each candidate, we have found that two are viable. We feel these two candidates uphold the principles of individual freedom and economic liberty that provide the best solutions for education, jobs and safety.
    These two candidates are also the best choices for family-friendly voters who value religious liberty. They are Assemblymen Travis Allen and John Cox.
    In evaluating both Allen and Cox, we have sadly found that many negative and false rumors about both candidates have been spread by supporters of the other candidate.
    But after cutting through the distortions, half-truths and lies, we feel that both candidates would be great governors, and both have the ability to beat opponents who are radical progressives.
    After personally interviewing each candidate, getting to know them and reviewing their track records and their positions on the issues, we have found that both are good.
    But John Cox has two significant advantages:
    1) In closely watching the polls, you’ll see that John Cox comes in second, and Travis Allen comes in fourth.
    2) John Cox has raised $3,518,446, where Travis Allen has raised only $447,236.
    Because of this, we believe that everyone should get behind John Cox.
    I’d have no trouble endorsing Travis Allen.
    Just as with John, there are a few things that I am disappointed with or dislike about his platform.
    Just as with John, I believe that for the most part, we can get behind who he is and what he stands for.
    In fact, Travis creates a lot of enthusiasm and is much better than John before a crowd.
    But the reality is, a vote for Travis Allen would be a vote for a progressive/liberal.
    In the top two-only election, those who want to turn California around need to unite behind one candidate.
    Based upon the polls and the money, John Cox is the man. Otherwise, it will be two progressive Democrats running, and no other option.
    Some may not like either candidate and prefer to have a candidate that completely aligns with their values.
    One candidate who has a Biblical worldview is Robert Newman.
    Unfortunately, like other candidates for governor with similar views, he doesn’t have the money or organizational resources to be able to win.
    We believe we must strategically limit the evil that would come from another progressive governor.
    The best thing to help make sure John Cox is in the top two is for Travis to drop out and endorse John.
    Based upon these circumstances, we recommend John Cox for governor and give him a 4-star rating.

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