Report from Mark Hershey
Santa Clarita Congress of Republicans participated in our local 4th of July Parade. Our club has entered a float in this parade for at least the last fifteen years. This year’s theme was “It’s a Grand Old Flag.” Our float honored the 100th anniversary of the armistice for World War 1 on the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918 (November 11, 1918). We had a very large flag over a scene of four soldiers in doughboy helmets sitting in a trench. Our float won first prize for the entire parade. Very proud moment for our club. And nice publicity for Republicans as well.
SCV Congress of Republicans also participated in a barbecue on July 14. Our club joined forces with 38th Central Committee and other local Republican clubs and cooked more than 80 hamburgers and 100 hot dogs. Many side dishes and ice cream bars were included. Several local elected officials spoke and approximately 85 people attended the picnic. The picnic lasted from 11:30 to 2:30 on Saturday, July 14 at a local park that we rented from the City of Santa Clarita.
Anna Bryson, President
Bill Evers, Vice President
Carla Evans, President
Burt Lancaster, 1st Vice President
& Ex-Officio President
Mary L. Wagle, 2nd Vice President – Speakers
Sue Herfurth, Secretary
Gary Hill, Co-Secretary
Ruth Branch, Treasurer
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 23, 2018
CONTACT: Matt Cunningham
California Congress of Republicans Endorses Eric Early for Attorney General
SACRAMENTO, CA – One of the state’s leading GOP organizations, the Congress of California Republicans (CCR), has voted in Aptos, California to endorse Eric Early’s candidacy for Attorney General.
“It’s a tremendous honor to earn the support of a veteran grass-roots organization like the Congress of California Republicans,” said Early. “CCR is an amazing group of people who care deeply about our state and know that it’s time for a common sense Republican to get to Sacramento and start putting a stop to years and years of one party’s abuse of power.”
“Eric Early is what California needs as Attorney General,” said CCR President Peter Verbica. “He’s a fighter who brings an outsider’s common sense and commitment to law-and-order to this race. What is near and dear to me as a dad with a daughter who served in the U.S. Navy is Eric’s longstanding support of veterans and The Wounded Warrior Project. Eric will make an excellent Attorney General.”
Eric Early is running to protect all of California’s law-abiding citizens whatever their race, religion, creed, color or sexual orientation. Early is an attorney with 25 years of experience as a successful business and real estate litigator. He has championed justice fighting for his clients in courts throughout California and much of the country, built a successful law firm, meeting payroll for years, while specializing in helping job creators, businesses and innovators succeed and stay in California and hardworking people stay in their homes. Eric wants to fight for all Californians like he has fought for his clients for 25 years. www.ericearly.com;www.Facebook.com/EricEarlyforAG