VIDEO: How Republicans can maintain relevance in California

In a conversation with CalWatchdog.com Editor Brian Calle, San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer tells us why Republicans aren’t an endangered species in California. Mayor Faulconer, arguably one of the highest ranking elected officials in California, outlines his take on the future of the Republican Party, emphasizing the need to be inclusive and the importance of finding policy solutions for issues that matter most to voters.

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  1. Julie
    Julie 29 April, 2015, 10:32

    Kevin is doing a great job in San Diego precisely because he doesn’t just SAY that he’s the mayor of all the people; he actually ACTS like he is the mayor of all the people. He is smart, focused and a terrific communicator and the embodiment of what the Republican Party needs to be — inclusive, responsible, focusing on the issues most people care about not the wedge issues that have marginalized so many. I am glad that he has not focused on his next office as yet. There is plenty of time and we need him here for now.

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