California Republican Assembly Votes to Endorse Dr. Coronado for the 65th Assembly Seat

By March 22, 2018Endorsement, Press Release

(Cypress, CA) – Recently, the California Republican Assembly (CRA) hosted their June Primary Endorsing Convention. At the event, the CRA officially voted to support Dr. Alexandria Coronado in the 65th Assembly race. The organization went through a full vetting, and debate process, for each race and have decided Dr. Coronado is the most qualified candidate to defeat the inefficient Sharon Quirk-Silva.

Tom Hudson, President of the California Republican Assembly, said, “Dr. Coronado is ideally suited to represent this Assembly District. Not only did she grow up here, and run a successful business here, but she has a long history of fighting for students, parents, and individual rights. We can count on Dr. Coronado to defend our values.”

“It feels great to know such wonderful individuals involved with the CRA are now becoming an official part of my campaign support team,” said Dr. Coronado. “It takes a team to run a campaign, and I am so excited to work alongside individuals who fight for freedom and liberty.”

Since 1934, the California Republican Assembly has been working hard to elect Republican candidates who are persistent in fighting for Republican principles. As California’s oldest and most prominent volunteer Republican organization, CRA’s endorsement is a coveted privilege for candidates who meet high conservative standards.

This important endorsement follows a list of accomplished community leaders including but not limited to; Supervisor Michelle Steel, Congressman Dana Rohrabacher, Assemblyman Matthew Harper, and the Orange County Republican Party. Dr. Alexandria Coronado is the former President of the Orange County Board of Education. She served as Treasurer for the University of Southern California’s Thornton Alumni Association. As a former Member of the Council of Urban Boards of Education Board of Directors, Dr. Coronado is committed to providing opportunities for the future of California’s 65th District.

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