Jack Guerrero brings a unique combination of public and private sector experience, with a quintessential American story. Jack’s experience as Mayor, City Councilmember, Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Stanford economics graduate, Harvard MBA, Bank Vice President, Treasury professional, auditor of municipalities and government agencies, investment banker, and M&A due diligence advisor to Fortune 500 companies (with professional stints in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, London, and Zurich) – establishes him as the candidate with BOTH Treasury experience AND a public service record of fighting for taxpayers and working people.
Mark Meuser is a native Californian with a proven record of fighting for your constitutional rights.
By age 15, he was in a management position at a local restaurant. By age 21, he purchased his own pizza restaurant. While his restaurant business was thriving, Meuser started studying law. A few years later, he graduated with honors from Oak Brook College of Law. Meuser’s unique training has taught him how to listen to people, formulate creative alternatives, and achieve workable solutions to real problems.
As an attorney, Meuser secured an important victory for disabled Americans against United Airlines. In Gilstrap v. United Airlines, Meuser represented a disabled American injured by United when it failed to follow applicable federal law in how it handled her travel. The 9th Circuit agreed with Meuser that federal law permitted disabled Americans to sue airlines if those airlines failed to care for passengers as the law provided.
In 2017, Meuser joined the Dhillon Law Group where he has focused on Election, Political, and Constitutional Law. At Dhillon Law Group, he has had the privilege of protecting critical First Amendment rights, for example, by defending Troy Worden from a frivolous lawsuit brought against him by Yvette Felarca, a national organizer for the organization By Any Means Necessary, one of antifa’s front groups. Meuser was also involved in a lawsuit against Governor Gavin Newsom when California tried to remove President Trump’s name from the primary ballot by unconstitutionally changing the qualifications to run for President. Over the last year, Meuser has been involved in 22 lawsuits brought against Newsom for his unconstitutional usurpation of power as a result of COVID-19.
California State Controller
Lanhee Chen is a leader, problem-solver and educator who has built his career on tackling some of California and America’s biggest fiscal policy challenges. He was raised in Southern California and is the son of immigrants from Taiwan. After earning four degrees from Harvard University, including a law degree and doctorate in political science, he served in senior roles in both Republican and Democratic presidential administrations.
Today, Lanhee is regarded as one of America’s leading policy commentators and experts. He teaches at Stanford University, where he also conducts research at the Hoover Institution, a public policy think tank. He has helped leaders in California and around the country develop policies to address some of our society’s most pressing problems—like improving our health care system, saving Social Security, and growing our economy.
for U.S. Congress
With my experience, I know what needs to be done and I wouldn’t be able to look my 2 young boys in the face and tell them I had the opportunity to make things right, but I chose not to. The sacrifices to my family and me are significant but there is nothing more important than this today. We need to be aggressive this time.
I am running for Congress because I believe we are on the wrong track and our District is not well represented in Congress. I am a proven leader who has served our Nation for 27 years in uniform and I'm ready to continue to do so as your Congressman. If elected US Representative California District 28, I will fight for our community and earn your respect every day.
As an immigrant, and as a woman, there was a sense of pride and satisfaction when I went into the polling booth to cast my vote for a candidate or issue. As an adult I am fully accustomed to the outcome not correlating with the way I voted, but I respected the vote of those who made other choices and voted in accordance with their values.
But failing to elect someone or pass or defeat an issue due to others positions and votes is not the same as having to exercise my right to vote in a system designed to influence the outcome rather than respect ones right to vote.
Much too often abusees or misdeeds are accepted and written off as a unintended consequence of a system where there are too few resources, personnel or even public interest.
Low voter turnout has become the norm rather than the exception.
Coming through this past election cycle, the challenges and questionable behavior due to a mass ballot dump into a system which has failed to maintain accurate and creditable voter rolls, is not the model for National Policy.
The Right to Vote by Minorities and Women came at such a high cost that we cannot diminish that right, especially in the name of “For the People Act”. I stand for Voting Rights and against HR1 and the attempt to institutionalize Voting Rights Abuse.
Burton Brink has dedicated his entire life to public service. As a retired sergeant with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, he has demonstrated his professional ethics, morals, and accountability to the people of Los Angeles County.
Suzette Martinez Valladares
She grew up in the San Fernando Valley, the granddaughter of a farmworker who worked alongside Cesar Chavez in the vineyards near Bakersfield. She was blessed with loving parents who valued education, family and community responsibility.
After college, she remained close to home serving as a district representative for former local Congressman Buck McKeon. During that time she was honored as a “SCV 40 under Forty” by the Santa Clarita Business Journal. In 2012, Suzette left the public sector and became Executive Director of Southern California Autism Speaks. Her career is based on serving others, with a passion for early childhood education and advocacy.
Suzette was elected to the California State Assembly with 76% of the vote in November 2020. Assemblywoman Valladares was selected to serve as the Vice Chair of the Arts, Entertainment, Sports, Tourism, and Internet Media Committee, and on the Assembly Committees on the Budget (Education Finance, Public Safety Subcommittees), Communications and Conveyance, Rules, and Higher Education.
Suzette and her husband Shane live in Santa Clarita with their daughter Charlette.
for State Assembly
Vote Jessica Martinez November 3rd. Jessica is a City Council Member, educator, wife, mother, concerned citizen who WILL: Protect our FAITH Protect our FAMILIES Protect our FREEDOM & Protect us from TYRANNIC SOCIALISM.
Jessica Martinez is running for the 57th Assembly District seat in California. This district includes Whittier, Hacienda Heights, La Mirada, La Habra Heights, Santa Fe Springs and additional areas in the eastern section of Los Angeles County.
State Assembly District 46
A retired LAUSD Educator & Assistant Principal
15-year resident of the District
You deserve clean, safe communities
Less government intrusion and restrictions
Member and supporter of Local Control via Neighborhood Councils & Community Groups
Homelessness and Mental Health Solutions
California Assembly 71
I was born and raised in California. I am a citizen just like you who is tired of our gutless state legislators representing special interests instead of the people they were elected to represent. I want to fight for my family and YOURS!
California parents like myself, business owners, employees, homeowners, and renters deserve better.
California is broken. Our once beautiful communities are filled with homelessness and criminals who have been given get-out-of-jail-free cards.
Sacramento policies have caused food, housing, and gas prices to explode and are the reasons businesses and people — your friends, neighbors, and families — are forced to leave our great state.
Unfortunately, Sacramento’s solution is to triple down on these failed policies, and that’s why I’m running.
I am NOT a politician. I’m a 14 year veteran of the largest police department in southern California, the co-founder of a medical freedom coalition, and a father, These extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures, and it’s common men and women, like myself, like the framers of the constitution intended, who are forced to take up the mantle, to don the Armor of God, and fight off the evil in this world for the betterment of all. I have a personal stake in this game. I fight because I want to be a man that my children can look up to, and when they reflect back to these unprecedented times, say, “he did everything he could for us.” It’s time to reclaim California for our future generations to prosper in.
On June 7th, I respectfully ask for your WRITE-IN vote on the ballot. Help me to move through the primary election and onto the November general.
Assembly Dist. 58
As a resident of Home Gardens, in Riverside County for five decades, I am a Conservative Republican running for the Assembly of California in the 58th District because the current lawmakers in Sacramento have failed the people of California in areas of Public Safety, Education, and Affordability. We need to send people to Sacramento who will do what is right for the people they are supposed to represent and not the special interest groups. I am ready to fight to save our beautiful state and the future of OUR Families!
Elaine Alaniz (Write in Candidate)
Assembly District 54
Elaine Alaniz (Write in Candidate)
LA City Council District 11
Claudia Agraz (Write In Candidate)
State Senate District 26
State Senate District 24
I am a strong Christian pro-Israel woman who happens to be a working mom with three young kids, a full-time wife, and a real estate agent. When Covid hit and the schools shut down – the lockdowns, the mask mandates, and the vaccine passports, I knew I had to do something. I saw how Covid was affecting my kids and I knew they couldn’t be the only ones. The school shutdowns and the mandates have affected all kids, especially the special needs kids, and the minority communities. Affecting them mentally, socially, and emotionally. And, now with Covid almost gone, our so-called leaders in Sacramento want to implement Covid bills that are unethical and unnecessary and will have a horrific long-lasting impact on our State and our communities and it must stop. I am running in order to shut them down. I am here to be your voice. The voice of concerned parents, grandparents, and kids. Our medical freedom is in danger. I look forward to being the new bold in your face – can’t stop me
woman – hear me roar – in Sacramento, and I can’t wait to get to work.