This past week in the California Senate race, Elizabeth Emken (R) is experiencing a powerful surge. Check out the numbers. Does anybody know what’s going on? That was the question the answers follow below.
Absolutely we know. Through your help and contributions Elizabeth’s message of job creation, lowering taxes, true transparency in Washington and the immediate repeal of Obama Care has begun to resonate with the voter who wants new leadership and has now understands the tax and spend policies of the 82-year-old senator have led to loss of jobs, young families moving from the state, business’ moving out-of-state and in many instances overseas. Feinstein’s policies have been “Too Wrong” for “Too Long not just for CA but for the entire United States.
Please share this information with friends from California as well as those across the United States. With Elizabeth as the next US Senator from CA the country becomes that much closer to removing the gavel from the obstreperous Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who has yet to pass a budget and will not do so during Obama’s only term in the oval office. Please come visit Elizabeth Emken for Senate here.
Elizabeth graduated from UCLA in 1984 with degrees in Economics and Political Science. Her studies included course work at Cambridge University, where she focused on political and economic issues in China and the Middle East.
Before becoming active with the autism issue, Elizabeth served in management, financial analysis, and corporate operations at IBM. As an efficiency and cost cutting expert, Elizabeth utilized activity-based cost analyses to identify administrative savings across IBM U.S. – helping streamline operations, eliminate waste, and save the company millions of dollars. Contrast that with the educational background of Senator Feinstein, a degree in political science from Stanford which she turned into a life long political career.
There you have it folk, the old guard is about to be moved aside by the younger Emken, with fresh ideas, and a wealth of experience in the private sector will be why Californians will be able to once again call their home the Golden State.