Its the Candidate Not the Party

This is another year that I am not going to vote a straight ticket. Right now here is my pending choices.

Senate: Campbell

Congress: None of the above

State Senate: None of the above

Governor: Poizner

Secretary of State: Christina Tobin (My sister is registered Libertarian so I’ll encourage her to vote for her)

Lt.Governor: Abel Maldonado

Attorney General: Steve Cooley

Treasurer – None of the Above

Controller – None of the Above

Board of Equalization: George Runner (since its only about money, he’s not going to threaten my civil rights)

Superintendent  for Public Instruction: Anyone that is not a social conservative yet isnt totally a slave to the NEA/CTA.

San Bernardino County Sheirff – Paul Schrader

San Bernardino County Auditor-Recorder – Ensen Mason

Board of Supervisors District 4: Ron Wall, need to force Gary Ovitt to a runoff election.

And for the earlier candidates that were earlier mentioned in this post, I hope they have the best of success and hopefully we will see them again in 2012 and beyond.

13 thoughts on “Its the Candidate Not the Party”

  1. Howdy,

    My name is Roy Allmond.

    I thank you for the vote of confidence. I am always interested in what way was I successful in persuading you to consider me.

    However, if I cannot generatre the necessary $2,600 (and the 100 republican signatures) by the close of business of Friday the 12th of March 2010, it will all for naught.

    Then republican voters will have a choice between a football player (who had a amen moment to run on a different field), a person who wants to run to have legal standing to challenge Obama’s credentials, possibly another who I have heard is covering all bases, and is simultaneously running for County Supervisor, while running for Secretary of State.

    These are the choices. All the while, I am a candidate who has worked at the Secretary of State office for the last decade. Can find the Secretary of State office without using GPS (something the Bowen probably cannot do either). Rides a commuter bus, and used to ride lightrail to work.

    I can also name all of the various departments the Secretary of State, and have at the very least a working knowledge of each of the departments.

    Of all of the candidates, I feel that I have the best capability to unseat Bowen, and know what should be done after winning.

    All I wish to do is give voters an option to consider another candidate.

      1. I am sorry. I need to remove the mention of the 10,000 signature requirement from the website.

        Now, if you are referring to the 100 republican requirement, I have to first pay $2,600 just to obtain the forms. I will elaborate more on my website, when the Internet is restored.

        Right now, I am in a coffee shop doing what I can before they close.

        1. I do not like the choice of candidates in some of the races. But if things fail, I would like you to get involved with the party. Bowen will be gone in 2010 and 2014 we do deserve better. Orly Taitz and Damon Dunn are both a joke. You are indeed more qualified.

          See about getting involved with Californians for Electoral Reform.

          Try getting involved with the California Congress of Republicans, center-right Republican group that is not as bat-crazy as the California Republican Assembly. You are going to need grass roots support.

          You are going to need to network. I am happy to help guide you to success.

  2. Howdy,

    My name is Roy Allmond.

    I thank you for the vote of confidence. I am always interested in what way was I successful in persuading you to consider me.

    However, if I cannot generatre the necessary $2,600 (and the 100 republican signatures) by the close of business of Friday the 12th of March 2010, it will all for naught.

    Then republican voters will have a choice between a football player (who had a amen moment to run on a different field), a person who wants to run to have legal standing to challenge Obama's credentials, possibly another who I have heard is covering all bases, and is simultaneously running for County Supervisor, while running for Secretary of State.

    These are the choices. All the while, I am a candidate who has worked at the Secretary of State office for the last decade. Can find the Secretary of State office without using GPS (something the Bowen probably cannot do either). Rides a commuter bus, and used to ride lightrail to work.

    I can also name all of the various departments the Secretary of State, and have at the very least a working knowledge of each of the departments.

    Of all of the candidates, I feel that I have the best capability to unseat Bowen, and know what should be done after winning.

    All I wish to do is give voters an option to consider another candidate.

  3. I am sorry. I need to remove the mention of the 10,000 signature requirement from the website.

    Now, if you are referring to the 100 republican requirement, I have to first pay $2,600 just to obtain the forms. I will elaborate more on my website, when the Internet is restored.

    Right now, I am in a coffee shop doing what I can before they close.

  4. I do not like the choice of candidates in some of the races. But if things fail, I would like you to get involved with the party. Bowen will be gone in 2010 and 2014 we do deserve better. Orly Taitz and Damon Dunn are both a joke. You are indeed more qualified.

    See about getting involved with Californians for Electoral Reform.

    Try getting involved with the California Congress of Republicans, center-right Republican group that is not as bat-crazy as the California Republican Assembly. You are going to need grass roots support.

    You are going to need to network. I am happy to help guide you to success.

    1. Just as a protest vote because we nominate all these conservatives then they all get slaughtered in the November election. I may not like his Prop 14 because it will kill off the Libertarian Party or even the Biblical Law Party and we will not have a choice between the 2 major party candidates or even 2 Democratic Party nominees if you live in my area.

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