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—  Craig Alexander, Dana Point 

This Nov. 6, voters in the 49th Congressional District will have a stark choice between two candidates – one a Conservative Republican and one a Liberal Resist Democrat. Before you go vote consider what each of these candidates stand for and will likely do if elected to Congress.

Diane is being maliciously smeared by the Levin campaign for a lawsuit from which she was dismissed.  I have known Diane for more than 15 years.  She is of the utmost integrity, has a notable list of endorsements and has a solid record of fighting for taxpayers and average citizens.  She advocates common sense solutions for everyday Americans and Californians.  If you wish to see the economy continue to improve and provide opportunity for everyone, vote for Diane Harkey.  If you think Government should run your life, tax you massively for that “service” and force you to pay for ever more government programs, Mike Levin is your candidate.

Harkey = Economic Growth, Freedom and National Security.  Levin = halting the current economic boom, open borders, and more gridlock in Washington, D.C. with endless calls for investigations and impeachment of President Trump (then Pence, then whoever Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters do not like).

One final thought – if you as a conservative voter stay home (do not vote), in my opinion you are casting a vote for the Democrats. Visit Diane’s website: www.harkeyforcongress.com if you want to see the issues and where she stands on important topics of the day.

CRAIG ALEXANDER, Dana Point

This Nov. 6, voters in the 49th Congressional District will have a stark choice between two candidates – one a Conservative Republican and one a Liberal Resist Democrat. Before you go vote consider what each of these candidates stand for and will likely do if elected to Congress.

Diane is being maliciously smeared by the Levin campaign for a lawsuit from which she was dismissed.  I have known Diane for more than 15 years.  She is of the utmost integrity, has a notable list of endorsements and has a solid record of fighting for taxpayers and average citizens.  She advocates common sense solutions for everyday Americans and Californians.  If you wish to see the economy continue to improve and provide opportunity for everyone, vote for Diane Harkey.  If you think Government should run your life, tax you massively for that “service” and force you to pay for ever more government programs, Mike Levin is your candidate.

Harkey = Economic Growth, Freedom and National Security.  Levin = halting the current economic boom, open borders, and more gridlock in Washington, D.C. with endless calls for investigations and impeachment of President Trump (then Pence, then whoever Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters do not like).

One final thought – if you as a conservative voter stay home (do not vote), in my opinion you are casting a vote for the Democrats. Visit Diane’s website: www.harkeyforcongress.com if you want to see the issues and where she stands on important topics of the day.

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  • We have the power to change this, through our vote. Come November 6, 2018, it is important that you vote, but you need to vote wisely. Vote for candidates that hopefully demonstrate:

    • A respect for the Constitution and rule of law, particularly as it applies to the separation of church and state.
    • Good character, possessing honesty, integrity and courage.
    • A good understanding of the importance of protecting and maintaining the Earth’s environment, in order to insure our children will inherit a livable Earth.
    • Are committed to protecting every persons right to due process and equal rights, as guaranteed by our Constitution, without regard to the persons age, disability, ethnicity, economic or social status, immigrant, race, religious or political beliefs, or sex (male, female, sexual orientation or gender identity, bi-sexual or intersex status).
    • A belief that health care should be considered a basic right in a Democratic society, and it is the responsibility of society, through its government, to assure this right.
    • A belief that employers should pay a living wage, so that their employees do not have to rely on government programs like SNAP or Medicaid to sustain themselves and their families.
    • A belief that high-quality free or low-cost public education programs from pre-school to a post-doctorate or technical diploma benefits our nation as a whole

    When we say “one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all” let’s give it real meaning.

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