Contrast this to some of the quotes coming out of incumbent politicians:
“Garamendi does not fit this district,” he said. “This district needs someone who will represent farmers, military and small businesses.”
He’s not shy about where he comes from and how he wants the government to change.
“I am a Reagan Republican and believe in the principles of limited government and self reliance that made our nation great,” he said. “I am pro-life, pro 2nd Amendment and believe that local governments, not the huge fiscally irresponsible bureaucracies of the federal government, are best suited to solve our problems.”
“The federal government needs to do an about face,” he continued. “They need to restore fiscal responsibility. If the government had to earn their money, they would spend it more judiciously.”
Thank you to the Vacaville Reporter for the story.
Two days earlier the Woodland Daily Democrat also gave Charlie some love:
“I believe that we should ‘Restore Congress’ which means we must restore ethics, honesty, fiscal responsibility, common sense, personal accountability, trust and restore the values and principles of our Constitution.”
Schaupp’s family settled in the Hungry Hollow area of Yolo County more than 130 years ago and his family still farms 3,000 acres of various crops north of Esparto.
“For five generations, my family has worked to protect our community’s way of life and our agricultural heritage,” he said. “I also fought to protect our nation’s defense for 28 years in the U.S. Marine Reserve. I am not finished serving my country.”
Ladies and gentlemen – we have a race.