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CRA Endorses Dr. Ken Williams for Re-Election to OC Board of Education

Posted by Newsletter Reprint on March 29, 2012

This just came across the wire from the Williams for OCBE campaign (Full Disclosure: Ken Williams is a Custom Campaigns client):

California Republican Assembly Unanimously Endorses Dr. Ken Williams for Re-Election to OC Board of Education 

Irvine, CA (March 28, 2012) – This last weekend, the California Republican Assembly    unanimously voted to endorse Dr. Ken Williams for re-election to the Orange County Board of Education Trustee Area 3 seat in the June primary.

“I am deeply appreciative to the California Republican Assembly for their unanimous endorsement for recognizing my governing principles of smaller government, greater personal responsibility, and traditional family values such as the sanctity of life and traditional marriage between a man and a woman,” Williams said.

As a member of the Orange County Board of Education for sixteen years, Dr. Williams has served his constituents as their conservative education voice on the board, promoting traditional family values, student and campus safety, safe schools,  twenty first century science and technology in school curriculums,  parental rights, and a “back to basics” approach to education.

Dr. Williams has also received the endorsement of a near majority of elected leaders from Orange County including all county supervisors, state assembly and senate members, city mayors and city council, and school boards.

Trustee Area 3 consists of the cities of Brea, Irvine, Orange, Villa Park, and Yorba Linda; the communities of Anaheim Hills and North Tustin; and portions of East Anaheim, Lake Forest, Tustin, and Orange County’s canyon communities.  


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