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Murrieta-Temecula Republican Assembly Endorses Candidates

Lake Elsinore Councilwoman Melissa Melendez is endorsed by the Murrieta-Temecula Republican Assembly for the 67th Assembly District race, which includes Murrieta.

 

Several area candidates got the nod from the Murrieta-Temecula Republican Assembly during an April 6 vote, according to an emailed announcement.

For the 67th Assembly District race—which includes Murrieta—MTRA endorsed with a more than two-thirds vote.

Incumbent Brian Nestande was also endorsed by a more than two-thirds vote for the 64th Assembly District.

Escondido City Councilwoman Marie Waldron won more than two-thirds of the vote as MTRA's choice for the 75th Assembly District.

No endorsements were made for the 42nd Congressional District or the 60th Assembly District because majority votes were not reached.

It was recommended Bill Batey be endorsed by more than two-thirds of the delegates for the 61st Assembly District seat.

No endorsement was made for the Riverside County Supervisor District 1 because a majority vote was not reached.

Endorsed for Riverside County Superior Court Judge 1 was Victoria Cameron.

For Riverside County Superior Court Judge 2, John Henry was endorsed.

Michael J. Kennedy was endorsed for Riverside County Superior Court Judge 3.

MTRA is a member of the California Republican Assembly, and serves the communities of Homeland, Menifee, Murrieta, Perris, Romoland, Sun City, Temecula, Winchester and greater southwest Riverside County. MTRA meets monthly at Temeku Hills Grillroom in Temecula.

Popeye April 13, 2012 at 04:00 PM
She is a Tea Bagger, not a Republican. There is a big difference.
Troy April 13, 2012 at 10:41 PM
Please, elaborate and explain those differences for me.
Popeye April 15, 2012 at 02:44 AM
It is well known that Republicans have higher IQ than a Tea Bagger.
Mssnooper April 15, 2012 at 08:17 PM
A majority vote was not reached for 1st Dist. Supervisor, what? I thought CRA was supposed to be common sense conservatives. Let's see, we have Buster, a 20 year incumbent supporting Jerry Brown's budget, and has carved out a lavish six figure for life pension. Then we have Mike "Double Dip" Soubirous, a retired CHP, with a pension, supported by unions and looking for another taxpayer funded pension. The obvious common sense conservative choice is Kevin Jeffries. What were they thinking?

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