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Elect Mike Boudreaux for Congress

Dear Editor,

The citizens of the 20th Congressional District have the first opportunity in many years to truly make a difference in Washington, D.C., to protect the future of our Constitutional Republic by electing Mike Boudreaux for Congress. He is the first Republican candidate for our congressional district in over 50 years who was not groomed for the position by the Republican Party as the chosen heir to assume the Congressional seat by big money. Kevin McCarthy was the chosen heir by Bill Thomas, and Vince Fong was the chosen heir by Kevin McCarthy. A Republican Group spent $650,000.00 to elect Fong in the primary, https://www.fresnobee.com/news/politics-government/election/article286701200.htm, big money that is going to control his vote, not the people.

Mike Boudreaux wants to be a Congressional Representative of the people, not big money, and is not a yes man to the power players in the Republican Party. He understands that we, the people, have a duty to protect the future of Our Constitutional Republic and the individual liberty it was instituted to protect for our children and grandchildren.

I have nothing against Vince Fong. It is just that I cannot point to anything that he has done with any results in the State Assembly to protect the people from our state’s continuing assault on our wallets and the people’s liberty from the Democrat’s progressive/woke venue and ideologies to control every aspect of our lives.

“Vote for Mike Boudreaux for Congress”  to protect our Republic and our liberty on May 21, 2024.

The people need to start looking at the individual candidates and stop electing career politicians who only support their party and the groups that support them. Groups that are only concerned about their immediate agenda and are not concerned about protecting the future of our republic or our personal liberty.

I am not writing this in support of the Republican Party; I do not believe in political parties because political parties do not support the people’s interests, only the interests of those who give them money.

Respectfully,

Ronald L. Porter