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Vote for Conservative Diane Harkey for Congress or Liberal Mike Levin (and therefore Nancy Pelosi).

Posted by Craig P Alexander on October 4, 2018

Your Vote  – Huge Consequences!

This November 6, 2018 voters in the 49th Congressional District will have a stark choice between two candidates – one a Conservative Republican and one a Liberal Resist Democrat. Before you go vote consider what each of these candidates stand for and will likely do if elected to Congress.

Diane is being maliciously smeared by the Levin campaign for a lawsuit from which she was dismissed.  I have known Diane for more than 15 years.  She is of the utmost integrity, has a notable list of endorsements and has a solid record of fighting for taxpayers and average citizens.  She advocates common sense solutions for everyday Americans and Californians.  If you wish to see the economy continue to improve and provide opportunity for everyone, vote for Diane Harkey.  If you think Government should run your life, tax you massively for that “service” and force you to pay for ever more government programs, Mike Levin is your candidate.

Harkey = Economic Growth, Freedom and National Security.  Levin = halting the current economic boom, open borders, and more gridlock in Washington, D.C. with endless calls for investigations and impeachment of President Trump (then Pence, then whoever Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters to not like).

One final thought (as I stated in my prior posts on this blog) – if you as a conservative voter stay home (do not vote), in my opinion you are casting a vote for the Democrats.

Visit Diane’s website: www.harkeyforcongress.com if you want to see the issues and where she stands on important topics of the day.

Craig P. Alexander is an attorney whose office is in Dana Point, CA.

3 Responses to “Vote for Conservative Diane Harkey for Congress or Liberal Mike Levin (and therefore Nancy Pelosi).”

  1. Robyn Nordell said

    Craig – you make an excellent case for Diane Harkey! I hope that my South County friends will not only vote for her, but will consider contacting the campaign to volunteer.

  2. Is it common to have your wages garnished after a lawsuit against you has been dismissed?

    • Craig P Alexander said

      When you are married to the judgment debtor that can happen to an innocent spouse. And that happened to Diane.

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