Lake Forest City Council Candidate Dwight Robinson Holds Fundraiser
Posted by Greg Woodard on October 2, 2012
Dwight Robinson, running for Lake Forest City Council in November, held a local fundraiser on September 30, 2012. In attendance were California State Assemblyman Don Wagner, Lake Forest Mayor Pro Tem Scott Voigts, Orange City Councilman Fred Whitaker, Fountain Valley Councilman Michael Vo, and many other supporters.
Dwight stated that he was running for his family and other Lake Forest residents. If he wins a seat, he wants to leave the city better off than when he takes office. Robinson, a successful businessman who runs a commodities exporting business, said that he wanted to provide the Council with the business experience that it currently lacks.
Scott Voigts introduced Dwight as a true conservative who will be a valuable addition to the Council. Fred Whitaker noted that Dwight is a true small government conservative, and that, as a fellow businessman, he believed Dwight’s business experience will benefit the Council. Michael Vo stressed the need for volunteers to help make sure Dwight gets elected to the Council.
Don Wagner echoed Dwight’s emphasis on families, and expressed his support for Dwight’s Council run.
In addition to Wagner and Voigts, Dwight also is endorsed by Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas, the Orange County Republican Party, the Orange County Taxpayers Association, and the Lincoln Club.
For more information about Dwight, go to http://robinsonforcitycouncil.com/.