FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 17, 2014
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Four Major Reagan Presidential Advisors Endorse Anna Bryson for Assembly
Reagan Economic Advisor Thomas Gale Moore, Secretary of Energy John Herrington, Chief Speechwriter Ken Khachigian and Speechwriter Peter Robinson join a growing list of impressive endorsements.
(Laguna Niguel, CA) – In honor of Presidents’ Day, Anna Bryson, is pleased to announce the endorsements of three of President Reagans most trusted advisors—Economic Advisor Thomas Gale Moore, Secretary of Energy John Herrington, Chief Speechwriter Ken Khachigian and Speechwriter Peter Robinson.
Speechwriter Peter Robinson wrote one of President Reagan’s most famous speeches. Delivered by President Reagan at the Brandenburg Gate in West Berlin on June 12, 1987, his speech contained the now famous sentence: “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!”
“After reviewing her positions, I wholeheartedly endorse Anna,” commented Peter Robinson.
“As we reflect on Presidents’ Day, we can’t help but think of presidents who have positively changed our country, our freedom and our way of life—I’m overwhelmed by the support I’ve received from some of the most influential presidential advisors in our recent history,” said Bryson. “It’s truly an honor to have them join our team of supporters and I’m encouraged by the momentum that is reflected in their support.
These endorsements join other accomplished Californians, like Secretary of State George P. Shultz for President Reagan, nationally syndicated radio show host Hugh Hewitt, former U.S. Treasurer Rosario Marin, and Assemblyman Don Wagner in supporting Bryson’s bid for the State Assembly.
As a trustee on the Capistrano Unified School District, Bryson has been one of California’s leading education reformers, helping to balance the district’s budget while increasing educational excellence. To protect taxpayers, she recently voted to save Mission Viejo, Aliso Viejo, and Talega residents $59 million in taxes.
Bryson owns IEnterprise Technologies, which provided car dealers with management consulting and specialized technology for bottom-line improvements, and provided local businesses with government and media-relations advice. She is running for the seat currently held by Assemblywoman Diane Harkey, who is not seeking reelection because of term limits.