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A United Mission...
This is an important election year for our country. With a popular president and a country once again aware of the importance of standing together for what we believe in, Republicans have a chance to retake the Senate and expand on their margin in the House. In California, we have a Governor who has sunk in the polls and a state budget that is in shambles. United we can win!
Unfortunately, too much time is spent focusing on what divides us as Republicans. This site and its weekly Ezine are committed to providing weekly inspiration and enlightenment on issues and principles that unite us as a party.
Together we can make a difference in elections by taking a positive stand for what unites us and by supporting our local, state and national candidates.
Principles That Unite Us...
A survey from a sample of members from the California Republican Party on the Republican principles that most unite us isolated the following six key principles:
1. Stand for Smaller
Government & Less Government Intervention/Regulations (51%)
2. Be a Force to Lower Taxes (41%)
3. Promote National and Homeland Security (37%)
4. Help Sustain the American Dream Based on Personal Freedom and Responsibility (37%)
5. Promote Educational Excellence to Leave No Child Behind (32%)
6. Foster a Sound, Free-Enterprise Economy (27%)
No other principle
or issue received even 10% of the votes.
Read more about the survey results and a sample of actual comments from CRP members!
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