#CA-07 Update, Want to Know Why Ose is Whining? Two More Top Conservative Congressman Pick Birman

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Jan 312014
 

When you hear candidates complain about support from outside, that is a keyword… they are worried that the National appeal of their opponent spells trouble for them.

Of course Ose was part of a Nationwide Group that promoted “Republicans” like McCain and Specter.

Leading House Republicans Jordan and Mulvaney Endorse Birman for Congress

Two conservative leaders in the battle against high taxes and big government issued a call today for voters to send Igor Birman to Congress and join them in the fight for conservative values.

“Igor Birman is a true champion of limited government. I have no doubt that he will be a leader in Congress in the never-ending fight to reduce the size and cost of the federal government and stop the out-of-control borrowing that threatens our future,” said Former Chairman of the Republican Study Committee Rep. Jim Jordan, R-OH.

“It’s clear that we need more leaders like Igor Birman in Congress,” said Mick Mulvaney, R-SC. “Leaders who have the courage and commitment to fix the very real issues our country faces today: overspending, out-of-control borrowing, and a federal government that gets bigger and more intrusive with every passing day.  I know that Igor Birman will take these issues head-on in Congress.  Igor is the right choice for Congress and I strongly endorse him.”

Igor Birman, candidate for congress in California’s 7th Congressional District, embraced Jordan’s and Mulvaney’s endorsements. “I’m very honored to have the support of Congressman Jim Jordan and Congressman Mick Mulvaney. Both of them exemplify what’s right about Congress.  I admire their principled leadership in solving the nation’s debt problem, protecting taxpayers and eliminating wasteful spending.  When I am elected to Congress, I will stand with them proudly.”

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About Jim Jordan

Jim Jordan has been a prominent defender of the taxpayer’s pocketbook through his work on spending issues. In 2009, he introduced the only balanced budget alternative to President Obama’s budget. In the 112th Congress, Jordan served as Chairman of the House Republican Study Committee, the largest caucus of conservatives, advancing conservative ideas and solutions on Capitol Hill.

About Mick Mulvaney

Mick Mulvaney focuses on jobs, business, and the economy. He currently serves on the House Financial Services Committee as well as the House Small Business Committee.

I snipped off the tag. But, you all get the gist. One candidate is emerging from the pack as the Republican in the #CA-07 Race.

CA-07 Update: Igor Birman gets 2nd Major Gun Rights Group Endorsement…

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Nov 122013
 

… likely because they know Doug Ose is a gun-grabber as well as Igor Birman having a strong campaign. (More on that later)

Major Pro-Second Amendment Group Endorses Igor Birman for Congress

Igor Birman has received the endorsement of the National Association for Gun Rights PAC with more than 3 million members and supporters across the nation.

“I believe that Igor, who has seen first-hand how precarious our liberties can be, will be a strong, clear voice for defending not just our Second Amendment rights, but all of our God-given rights,” stated Lucius O’Dell, director of political affairs for NAGR-PC.

“Freedom is very personal to me,” said Igor Birman.  “That’s why I am honored to have the support of NAGR.  I look forward to working with them to champion liberty over the forces of bigger and more intrusive government.”

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About Igor Birman

Igor Birman was born in the Soviet Union and learned at a young age what it means to live in a society that suppresses freedom.  That experience has driven him to be an ardent and dedicated advocate for preserving freedom as the cornerstone of American public policy.

Igor Birman came to the United States as a refugee in 1994 and grew up in California.  He refers to becoming a U.S. Citizen at the age of 19 as the proudest moment of his life.  He is a graduate of UC Davis with a BA in Political Science and holds a Doctor of Law degree from Emory University.  He is a member of the California Bar.

In 2009, he was asked by Congressman Tom McClintock to serve as his Chief of Staff.  In that role, Igor served as Congressman McClintock’s senior policy and strategy advisor, responsible for both Washington, DC and district offices, before recently taking a leave of absence to run for Congress.

Igor resides in Rancho Cordova.  In his spare time, Igor is an instrument-rated private pilot and avid skier.

Steve Poizner Endorses Igor Birman for CA-07

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Oct 022013
 

… and let the endorsement shelling begin. We won’t post them all, but just our favorites.

Top California Republican Endorses Igor Birman for Congress

Former California Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner, one of California’s leading Republican voices, joined the chorus of leaders endorsing Igor Birman for Congress.

“Igor Birman is a dynamic conservative leader whose background and experience make him the best candidate for Republicans to take back Congressional District 7,” Poizner said.  “I’m offering Igor my strong endorsement, and I encourage my fellow Republicans to support Igor’s campaign, so that we can win this seat in November 2014.”

“I am very pleased to have the support and endorsement of Commissioner Steve Poizner,” said Igor Birman.  “Steve is a successful businessman and dedicated public servant who understands the problems that families throughout California face.  I’m proud to have him on our team and to add his name to our growing list of supporters.  Birman has already received the endorsements of Representative Tom McClintock and FreedomWorks, a national grassroots group that champions individual liberty.
About Igor Birman

Igor Birman was born in the Soviet Union and learned at a young age what it means to live in a society that suppresses freedom.  That experience has driven him to be an ardent and dedicated advocate for preserving freedom as the cornerstone of American public policy.

Igor Birman came to the United States as a refugee in 1994 and grew up in California.  He refers to becoming a U.S. Citizen at the age of 19 as the proudest moment of his life.  He is a graduate of UC Davis with a BA in Political Science and holds a Doctor of Law degree from Emory University.  He is a member of the California Bar.

In 2009, he was asked by Congressman Tom McClintock to serve as his Chief of Staff.  In that role, Igor served as Congressman McClintock’s senior policy and strategy advisor, responsible for both Washington, DC and district offices, before recently taking a leave of absence to run for Congress.

In his spare time, Igor is an instrument-rated private pilot and avid skier.

About Steve Poizner

Steve Poizner is a former California Insurance Commissioner and a highly successful high tech entrepreneur with over two decades of starting and running industry-changing technology companies in Silicon Valley, such as SnapTrack, Inc., which pioneered technology that put GPS receivers into cell phones.

After finding much success in business, Poizner turned his focus to education and public service, co-founding EdVoice, an educational non-profit organization dedicated to improving public schools and serving the interests of K-12 children in California. He also served as a volunteer teacher in San Jose’s Mount Pleasant High School teaching 12th grade American Government. In 2003, Poizner co-founded the California Charter Schools Association.

Poizner served as a White House Fellow on the National Security Council. Starting one week before the September 11, 2001 attacks, Poizner held the position of Director of Critical Infrastructure Protection, and was involved in developing Homeland Security programs relating to cyber security and emergency response communication protocols.  In 2006, Poizner was elected statewide and served as California’s Insurance Commissioner through January, 2011.

Poizner is currently the CEO of Empowered Careers, which partnered with UCLA extension to offer professional certificates and career counseling for adults seeking to remain viable in today’s job market.

May 262013
 

You’ve seen our snippet about the Ryan Schohr vs Jimmy Gallagher race in AD-03. I don’t know much about either candidate but it is safe to say that we are leaning towards Schohr at this point.

CD-03 – our intel tells us that Dan Logue is the Republican Front-Runner by a mile. It does not look like Kim Dolbow-Vann is running again, nor is Rick Tubbs. There have been pernicious rumors about some sort of back-room deal cut to set Dan up to run in this district, they are absurd. Dan Logue is unlikely to be endorsed by either Jim Nielsen or Doug LaMalfa until after the primary. CD-03 includes All of Colusa, Yolo, Yuba, Sutter and a gerrymandered slice of Sac, Lake, Glenn and about a third of Solano County. Yolo and Solano are the population center and the district favors the socialist John Garamendi by about 10%.

We expect Dan Logue to announce against Garamendi sometime in the next two months.

CD-07 – this one is interesting, it is infested by Fraud Doctor Ami Bera. Bera defeated Lungren by a slim margin due largely to Lungren’s campaign, not due to Bera’s brilliance.

The registration is effectively even. The combination of that and the 2014 election being an allegedly different dynamic means that this seat could return to the good guys.

This is why newly elected state senator Ted Gaines went to Washington DC recently. The joke is on the voters of SD-01. While we are skeptical that Gaines will get traction, he has been one of the luckiest men in politics in the North State. The Dave Gilliard Moderate Machine is pushing him – McCarthy Acolyte Doug LaMalfa and Conservative until he gets to Sacramento State Senator Jim Nielsen is as well. In an ironic twist, should Gaines run, he’d likely be positioned as the moderate in the race!

Which leaves Doug Ose. We don’t think he runs, We don’t think he will be able to drop another 3-5million in to a congressional run. It does not look like the insiders want a retread (and Gaines isn’t?). We think Doug Ose would be extremely competitive if he ran – apparently, he would have to move to be in the district like Ted Gaines would have to move again for the second time in as many years.

… and Elizabeth Emken, 2012 US Senate Nominee moved to Fair Oaks. We like Elizabeth a lot.

The 800 Pound Gorilla that everyone knows is there (including the fraud doctor) is Igor Birman. Birman is a Russian Jew who fled Soviet Communism to come to American Socialism. Unlike Ose, Gaines or Emken – Igor is just over 30, is a fresh face AND can raise the money necessary to win. In case his name is not familiar – he is Iconic Conservative Congressman Tom McClintock’s Chief of Staff.

Guess who gets McClintock’s army and endorsement? (Hint, it isn’t Gaines)

However, Republicans are Republicans so one thing that is clear – there will be a money-draining primary complete with all the pleasantries – and if Gilliard is involved, racist mailers are likely as well.

Finally – we have a Secretary of State Candidate, Pete Peterson. Pete Peterson was profiled by the Sacramento Bee. It appears that Peterson is the lone Republican in a crowded field of Democrats. I don’t expect that to last as Republicans can’t seem to help themselves to understand strategy in a state that is 28% Republican.

Peterson is the executive director of Pepperdine University’s Davenport Institute. I’d lay odds he will be able to raise a few bucks. With a limit of 5700 per calendar yer / 6800 per cycle, he’s got some work to do.

More coming soon.

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