Congratulations! Great news!
Will you officially endorse the cannabis initiatives on the ballot in November and will you actively campaign for a yes vote simultaneously to your own campaign?
I support ending the federal drug war. The issue of drug legalization is for states and local communities to decide. I support "Regulate Marijuana Like Wine" in California. Dianne Feinstein, by the way, supports the federal drug war. She is pro Patriot Act; pro NDAA-- against civil liberties right down the line. Yet liberals support her. Go figure.
Two other OUTSTANDING liberty candidates in California are running parallel campaigns with my Senate race. Christopher David for Congress in California 33rd District (Beverly Hills, Malibu, South Bay coastal); and Jenny Worman for Congress in California 28th District (Hollywood, Burbank, Glendale). Chris and Jenny are the real deal-- the three of us are running together; all operating out of the grassroots Ron Paul Headquarters office in Venice where Paul supporters are making phone calls and organizing Central Committee races for LAGOP seats every day. Southern California has become a major focal point for RP activism. Check out Chris and Jenny websites-- you'll see why I'm proud to be campaigning with them.
As a registered Republican (switched from Democrat last November) from Morgan Hill, Ca. You sir have my vote and my families vote. I think you will have a tough time getting past Feinstein, I should know, I sipped on her and the Democrat's koolaid for the past few years. With that said, I wouldn't be a Republican if it weren't for Ron Paul and I still have a strong disdain for most of the GOP. How do you intend on differentiating yourself from the neo-cons? Most people in our state will see the (R) behind your name and vote the other way because they will automatically associate you with the likes of Mitch Mcconell and Jim Boehner.
Good luck Rick Williams. It's good to see Ron Paul followers running for office. This is what we need if we're ever going to take our country back.