ORANGE COUNTY, Calif., Feb. 9, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — A significant group of Lincoln Club officers, board members, and past presidents have endorsed John Moorlach in his bid for the state senate seat left vacant by Mimi Walters election to the United States Congress. The group of men are acting independently in their endorsement, believing Supervisor Moorlach to be just the exceptional candidate for whom special endorsements are needed.
“In John Moorlach you have a 20-year track record of defending efficient government, fiscal responsibility, and civic leadership. He has served in two major offices under one guiding light – principles of integrity and service,” says past Lincoln Club president and current member of their Board of Counselors, Michael Capaldi.
The group of men making this endorsement include former Hispanic 100 president and California Board of Accounting president, Manuel Ramirez, past Lincoln Club presidents Robert Loewen, Richard Wagner, and Michael Capaldi, as well as current board leadership and executive committee members David Bahnsen, Al Frink, and Mark Bucher.
“We believe that keeping your promises matters. We believe that a track record of getting things done matters. And we believe that a heart for making California what it once was matters. We don’t need a laidback official who will mostly vote acceptably; we need strong leadership and a track record of reform,” says club leader David Bahnsen.
The Lincoln Club bylaws prohibit endorsement in a contested race without a 75% vote by the Board of Directors. The men in this endorsement are acting with unanimous permission of their board to endorse independently.