PRESS RELEASES
PRESS RELEASES
April 5, 2022

California Republican Assembly Endorses Kevin Muldoon For Orange County Supervisor



Newport Beach, CA - Today, Mayor Kevin Muldoon announced the endorsement of the California Republican Assembly (CRA) in his race for Orange County Supervisor. The CRA is the oldest and largest volunteer organization chartered by the California Republican Party.

"We are proud to endorse Kevin Muldoon for Orange County Supervisor. Kevin has the experience and record to lead Orange County. He has shown that he is a true leader, personally suing and beating Gavin Newsom in federal court. As Mayor, he is taking on Sacramento politicians and fighting the gas tax. We can trust Kevin to fight for Orange County," said Jennye Bigelow, Vice-President of the California Republican Assembly.

"I am honored to have the endorsement of the CRA. As President Reagan once stated, the CRA is 'the conscience of the Republican Party'. Since 1932, CRA grassroots activists have been at the forefront fighting for conservative values and for the Republican party.

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April 14, 2022

Orange County Gun Owners Endorse Kevin Muldoon for Orange County Supervisor



Newport Beach, CA - Today, Newport Beach Mayor Kevin Muldoon announced the endorsement of the Orange County Gun Owners.

The Orange County Gun Owners is an organization dedicated to preserving and restoring Orange County gun rights.

"We are proud to endorse Mayor Kevin Muldoon for Orange County Supervisor. As a community leader, Kevin Muldoon has a strong record of defending our constitutional rights. We can trust him to defend our 2nd Amendment rights," stated Michael A. Schwartz, President.

"I am honored to have received this endorsement. The Orange County Gun Owners have had a profound influence on advancing and protecting our 2nd Amendment rights," said Muldoon.

This endorsement comes on the heels of announcing the support of the California Republican Assembly. Combined, these endorsements represent a groundswell of support among Orange County's grassroots.

Mayor Muldoon was elected to the City Council in 2014 and re-elected in 2018 with 68% of the vote - the largest victory by a candidate in a Newport Beach city election. While in office, Muldoon voted to cut taxes and fees, refunded money to ratepayers, fought against bond debt, and introduced a Charter Amendment that required a popular vote to approve city issued debt.

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