The local Republican Party’s job in an election is to boost local Republican candidates, but that’s never stopped party leaders from talking up the top of the ticket. Until now.
Tony Krvaric, a fierce party loyalist and the head of the Republican Party of San Diego County, is just one of the local GOP officials who has declined to publicly support Donald Trump, the Republican presidential nominee for president. Krvaric wouldn’t respond directly to questions about whether he personally supports Trump, Andrew Keatts reports, but many other local Republicans are quite vocal about why they don’t want Trump.
They offered Keatts some interesting quotes. Few of them, though, are clear about what they’ll do instead.
A handful of lawmakers — Encinitas Mayor Kristin Gaspar, Reps. Duncan Hunter and Darrell Issa, and state Sen. Joel Anderson — have publicly backed Trump.
So. Many. Decisions.
Voters in California will have an absurd number of decisions to make beyond just Trump vs. Clinton.
In fact, if you drop a printout of the state Voter Information Guide against a desk, it lands with a massive thud. The document – still in draft form at this point – is bigger than some cities’ phone books.
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"Encinitas Mayor Kristin Gaspar, Reps. Duncan Hunter and Darrell Issa, and state Sen. Joel Anderson" all continue to back #drumpf.
...placing their self-interests and their career politician status far ahead of the very constituents they purport to represent.
Unbelievable. I'll spare you rattling off the hundred or so reasons because our media is doing a brilliant job giving #drumpf all the free advertising he needs. That's another chapter we'll have time to discuss. Getting these four politicians and their likes out of office at the earliest opportunity will help clean house of this toxic American political climate.