McClintock for Congress?

On February 20, 2008, in General, by Neil Stevens

According to the former Dean for America, Democrat Charlie Brown’s 2006 challenge in California CD 4 was responsible for “launching an unprecedented grassroots movement that has forever changed the electoral dynamics of the 4th Congressional District.” Well, heh heh, even if that were true, it appears that movement is going to come right back.

A poll last week showed State Senator Tom McClintock, arguably the most respected conservative in California, ahead in the primary of announced candidates, taking 44% to former Rep. Doug Ose’s 11%, and CRA-endorsed Rico Oller’s 6%. As a result of this poll, McClintock is now considering getting into the race (Link via

According to the Sacramento Bee, Red State-endorsed Eric Egland is ready to withdraw and endrose McClintock should the former candidate for Governor and Lt. Governor run. “He is a proven conservative. I’ve supported him in the past and I would love to support him again.” Egland said.

In a time when conservatives are losing leaders like John Shadegg, now is a great time for a man like Tom McClintock to run for Congress.


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