For Immediate Release
Laguna Niguel, CA – Today, Mayor Laurie Davies is the clear winner to move forward into the general and as the GOP nominee to compete on the November ballot in AD-73. With 69% reporting, Mayor Davies is the top voter getter with 28% of the vote, besting the other Republican and Democrat candidates. The voters of South County have sent a clear message that it was time for someone new to have the chance to be their representative in Sacramento.
At this point in time, the GOP candidates received 60% of the total votes cast which puts Mayor Davies in a strong position as we head into the General Election.
Mayor Laurie Davies commented, “I want to thank the voters of South County for giving me the chance to be their next representative in Sacramento. I want to thank the volunteers who walked tens of thousands of doors with me, made countless hours of calls, and were there with me from the beginning. Thank you to my husband, who has been my biggest fan and encouraged me throughout this entire campaign. Thank you to all those that endorsed my candidacy and put your faith in me. I want to thank the others who also ran in this election; I know each of them put a lot of time and energy into their respective campaigns.”
“Now, as we move towards November, I plan to share my record and how I believe our community should be represented in Sacramento. I will work to defend the original Prop 13, protect our communities, and make sure to offer realistic solutions to our state’s problems rather than the radical ideas that come from the extreme liberals in Sacramento. South County needs someone in Sacramento that will fight against the socialist policies of the left and fight for what’s best for South County.”
Davies added, “I look forward to working with the rest of our great candidates running through Orange County. We have great congressional candidates that are running to best represent our communities’ values in Washington, DC, rather than just vote the party line.”
About the 73rd
The 73rd State Assembly district covers South Orange County – including the cities and communities of Aliso Viejo, Coto de Caza, Dana Point, Ladera Ranch, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, and Trabuco.
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