January 16, 2014
For Immediate Release
Contact: Dave Gilliard 916-626-6804
PARADISE, CA – Conservative North-State Republican James Gallagher announced receiving the endorsements of four leaders of the Paradise Town Council in his campaign for Assembly today. Mayor Scott Lotter, and Council Members Steve “Woody” Culleton, John Rawlings and Tim Titus are all supporting Gallagher for State Assembly. These endorsements are important in the upcoming election because Paradise is home to a significant portion of the District’s voters.
“As a small business owner, James understands the need to create an economic environment that will allow our businesses to flourish and create jobs,” said Council Member Tim Titus. “We need to elect more conservatives like James Gallagher who will fight to reduce burdensome regulations and taxes that are hurting families and businesses throughout California.”
Fellow council member John Rawlings added, “Too many politicians in Sacramento are out of touch with the needs of local communities, with experience serving as a county supervisor, James will be the voice we desperately need to shake up the status quo and help restore our North State economy.”
Gallagher’s quickly expanding endorsement list illustrates his impressive support from around the District and positions him well to win in the 2014 election.
Gallagher is a Sutter County Supervisor and a member of a long-standing farming family in Sutter County. As a Supervisor and an agricultural attorney, he has championed property rights, protection of our ag-based economy and limited government. He has worked hard on important regional issues including levee repair and flood control.
The Gallagher farming operation, including grandfather, father, uncle and brothers, produces rice and walnuts in Rio Oso. James is married to his high school sweetheart, Janna, and together they are raising the seventh generation of Gallaghers in the North State.
For more information on James Gallagher visit www.GallagherforAssembly.com.
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