The Lincoln Club of Orange County’s State and Federal Political Action Committees have issued a primary election Orange County voter guide, and it is a stunning slap to the Republican Party of Orange County’s slate of candidates in Central Orange County.
Why would the Lincoln Club reject them? Well, for starters, most of them are startlingly anti-Latino. One of them, Robert Hammond, got rejected not once but twice – the Lincoln Club refused to endorse him for both the OC GOP’s 69th Assembly District delegation and the Orange County Board of Education, Area One.
The Lincoln Club of Orange County’s website describes them as “an organization dedicated to limiting government to those legitimate functions that least intrude on the economy and the individual lives of its citizens while providing a strong defense securing individual liberties.” What this means is that the Lincoln Club is not going to support candidates who are union hacks or who are in favor of government employee pension abuse.
Other 69th A.D. Republican Party Central Committee candidates who the Lincoln Club rejected include:
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