Assemblyman Travis Allen is Named “Legislator of the Year” by the Republican Party of Orange County
Award highlights the Assemblyman’s commitment to building and strengthening the Republican Party in Orange County and throughout California
SACRAMENTO –Assemblyman Travis Allen (R-Huntington Beach) was honored by the Republican Party of Orange County with the 2014 Legislator of the Year Award. The award highlights the Assemblyman’s desire to help maintain and build Orange County’s role as the stronghold of California’s Republican Party and the catalyst for rebuilding a Republican majority in California.
“As companies and jobs leave California in record numbers the time has come for responsible leadership that lowers our highest in the nation taxes and reduces our historic government over-regulation. By electing Republicans at all levels of government we can begin rebuilding a California where job creation, company formation, and the ability to achieve the American Dream for all Californians are our state’s highest priorities. I am deeply honored to receive this award and look forward to continuing to work to rebuild California,” said Assemblyman Travis Allen.
“Assemblyman Allen has been a tireless advocate for the Republican brand here in Orange County and across the state. During this election cycle he traveled across the state in order to get more Republicans elected and contributed to the success we saw in November. His commitment to growing the party, advocating for small government and lower taxes, and personally leading the deployment of hundreds of daily canvassers during this past campaign cycle makes Allen the natural choice for our Legislator of the Year,” said Fred Whitaker, Chairman, Republican Party of Orange County.
Since being elected in 2012 Assemblyman Travis Allen has recruited for and led the largest volunteer precinct walks for familiar names such as Mayor Kevin Faulconer in San Diego, Senator Andy Vidak in the Central Valley, Assemblywoman Catherine Baker in the Bay Area, Tom Lackey in the Desert, and for Young Kim and Janet Nguyen in Orange County. During the general election his professional statewide political army employed over 250 people that knocked on over 250,000 doors and made hundreds of thousands of phone calls.
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