The California Republican gubernatorial race is neck and neck between two candidates

Your guide to the California Congressional District 13 race: John Duarte vs. Adam Gray The California Republican gubernatorial primary race is neck and neck between two candidates. It’s a race that’s as close as…

The California Republican gubernatorial race is neck and neck between two candidates

Your guide to the California Congressional District 13 race: John Duarte vs. Adam Gray

The California Republican gubernatorial primary race is neck and neck between two candidates. It’s a race that’s as close as it’s going to be. The incumbent’s approval rating is at 38% with Republicans and Democrats alike rating him poorly. The GOP governor is polling at 25%, a low when compared to other California governors.

The two candidates have similar backgrounds. John Duarte is from the small town of Agoura Hills. Adam Gray is from Anaheim, the state capitol. They both have conservative backgrounds, and have taken different routes in their political journey. They’ve both been working to increase their grassroots presence.

For the past four years, Duarte has served as the State Chairman of the Tea Party Nation. He was recently named the chairman of the National Tea Party Convention. He’s been active locally as well, serving on the Agoura Hills City Council, and as a representative on the University of California Board of Regents. He also served on the President’s Commuter Task Force, and was the sole conservative voice in the California State Assembly.

Gray, on the other hand, is a local attorney in Anaheim, a man with a conservative business background. He’s been working to increase voter participation. He has been a candidate for public office at the local level, and currently serves as a councilman for the City of Anaheim. Gray has been involved in the Tea Party movement for a long time. He founded a local chapter of the Freedom Caucus, and has been active on the National Tea Party Convention.

Both candidates are running on a platform of fiscal conservatism and conservative social values. They each want to lower taxes and regulations on business. The two candidates differ in their positions on a number of issues ranging from healthcare to immigration.

“I’ll be the conservative to the left of the Obama administration.”

– John Duarte

“I’ll be the conservative to the left of the Obama administration.”

– John Du

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