First pre-primary endorsement of non-incumbent candidate since Schwarzenegger in 2003
San Diego — Leading Republican Secretary of State candidate Mark Meuser is the first non-incumbent statewide candidate to earn the endorsement of the California Republican Party (CAGOP) at this past weekend’s convention in San Diego. Meuser is a Constitution and election law attorney from Clayton.
Meuser earned the endorsement with a vote of 803-51, something that has not been accomplished since former Governor Schwarzenegger received the party’s endorsement in 2003.
“The CAGOP recognized the importance of addressing increasingly-severe voter integrity issues throughout California,” said Meuser. “I take this endorsement very seriously and will take this critical message to the voters of California.”
He was the only Republican candidate who met the qualifications for consideration of an endorsement for Secretary of State by the CAGOP.
Meuser’s priority is to guide the Secretary of State’s office out of the antiquated 19th Century and into the 21st Century. The people of California deserve an open and accessible government that works for them, not against them.
California needs a Secretary of State who will fight to protect the rights of citizens to vote and petition their government. California needs a Secretary of State who will restore the people’s confidence in open, secure, and fair elections. California needs a Secretary of State who will utilize the knowledge and experience of Silicon Valley to modernize the way businesses register in the State.
To learn more about Meuser, please visit his website at www.MarkMeuser.com.