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Calvert Statement on Donald Trump

May 12, 2016

Today, Congressman Ken Calvert (R-CA-42) released the following statement regarding Donald Trump:

“For all of my life I have supported and fought for conservative principles, Republican candidates and a safer, more prosperous future for our country. Donald Trump is our presumptive nominee and I intend to support him. Donald represents the populist wing of the Republican Party. Donald is a disruptor and Washington certainly needs that. He has received a record number of votes in the GOP primaries. House Republicans are conservative reformers. We hold a record number of seats. Winning elections and advancing conservative causes works best when we are adding and multiplying, not subtracting and dividing.

On November 8, 2016 I hope all Republicans, a majority of independents and a large number of free-thinking Democrats will unify to prevent Hillary Clinton from carrying out a third term of President Obama’s damaging policies.”



Ken Calvert Faces Familiar Foes

April 11, 2016

By Jeff Horseman

Voters in California’s 42nd Congressional District can be excused for feeling deja vu when looking at the ballot for the June 7 primary.


That’s because the three candidates in the race – Republican incumbent Ken Calvert of Corona, independent Kerri Condley of Murrieta and Democrat Tim Sheridan of Lake Elsinore – are the same three who ran in 2014.


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The White House Lied

May 10, 2016

One of President Obama’s most trusted national security aides recently admitted that he conned the media about key elements of the Iran deal negotiations. I voted against the Iran deal because I do not trust the terrorist-supporting Iranian regime and I certainly don’t trust the Obama administration to hold them accountable when they bent the truth to get a deal across the finish line.

Of pride, falls — and Obama’s foreign policy

By Richard Cohen
Washington Post Opinion writer

Failing to Stop ISIS

April 19, 2016

President Obama’s failure to effectively stop and contain the spread of ISIS in the Middle East and beyond is one of many reasons that our country desperately needs new leadership. This November’s election is incredibly important to securing America’s homeland.  The op-ed below outlines the missteps made by the Obama administration in tackling the ISIS threat.

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