Republican Candidate for Governor Travis Allen Raises Over One Million Dollars From Over 12,000 Contributors
SACRAMENTO – Today, Assemblyman Travis Allen (R-Huntington Beach) announced that his campaign for Governor has raised more than one million dollars from over 12,000 contributors. Hiting this significant campaign milestone is evidence of the deep support that the Allen campaign has built across the state among everyday Californians.
Allen built a donor base that outclasses other Republican gubernatorial candidates by order of magnitude. The previous two GOP candidates for Governor, Neel Kashkari and Tim Donnelly, received support from 1,372 and 2,432 donors, respectively.
“I am humbled by this outpouring of support from ordinary Californians who simply want to once again make California the greatest place to live in the nation,” said Travis Allen.
“The Republican establishment has ignored the needs of Californians for far too long, catering instead to rich or celebrity candidates,” said Allen. “Our campaign clearly demonstrates that if you stand up for hardworking Californians, they will have your back and together we will Take Back California.”
Travis Allen, the proven conservative in the California Governor’s race, has a five point plan for California: 1) Cut taxes for all Californians; 2) Get tough on crime to protect California’s families, not criminals; 3) Fix our roads and reduce traffic by spending our existing tax revenue for high quality roads, not high speed rail; 4) Once again provide the best education in America by giving our children safe schools and charter schools; and 5) Complete the State Water Project to provide water storage that will preserve the Delta and supply water to California’s farms, suburbs, and cities.