The campaign for 2022 is in motion. I have the majority of my nomination signatures taken care of. I just need to wrap up discussing my campaign with interest groups and supporters before I pay the filing fee.
Our opponent has not ran against a Republican in her first run in 2018. The Los Angeles County Party gave up on the district, but we should not give up on districts that do not lean our way. I am for the process of growing the Republican Party in challenging times so redistricting lines and our future as a state can improve in the next decade.
If we want a future where competitive districts happen we need spokespeople in these Democratic Party leaning communities to help tell people that they are not alone in their communities. We need to start from the bottom and get our way to the top like the Jeffersons on television. We must grow the future potential instead of just relying on the shrinking base we have right now.
I applaud the parents who are standing up for their children locally. However, we also need state legislative wins so we can override the school boards. We need good policies locally and in the state level at the same time.
I will be working on a podcast that would be short and to the point for this campaign when it becomes official. Focusing on a few current issues and a feedback corner from the community members of the district to ask a question or two.
I hope to attend some community gatherings and visit small businesses across the district to say hello and have some dialogue.