GBA Clients win 17 of 20 races, with one still too close to call

ROCKLIN, CA — Clients of the political consulting firm of Gilliard Blanning & Associates Inc. won outright, or came in first, in 17 of 20 races on Tuesday, with one race still too close to call.

Included in the list were two high profile races in Northern California. In the first Congressional district, Doug LaMalfa was the top vote-getter and will face Democrat Jim Reed in November. LaMalfa defeated Republican rival and former Senator Sam Annestad in the hard fought race to represent the rural district. In the 6th Assembly district, Beth Gaines was the top vote-getter in a furious race against fellow Republican, Andy Pugno. Gaines will face Democrat Regy Bronner in November.

In the 10th Congressional district, GBA client Jeff Denham is easily the top vote getter, besting the anointed Democrat candidate Jose Hernandez by 20 points.

In San Bernardino County, GBA client James Ramos crushed incumbent Supervisor Neil Derry to become the top vote-getter in the heavily contested 3rd Supervisor district. Ramos received 47% of the vote, against the incumbent’s 32%.

In Riverside County, GBA client Jeff Miller received 51% in his Senate race in SD 31, beating second place finisher Richard Roth by over 22 points.  GBA client Phil Paule was the top vote-getter in AD 67 and is well positioned to win the conservative district in November.

In Orange County, every one of GBA’s clients won and the GBA led campaign for Allan Mansoor in AD 74 for the Orange County Republican Party routed Leslie Daigle, who had nearly $1 million in outside help that proved futile.

All told, GBA helped elect clients at all levels of state and local government, including races for Judge, County Supervisor, Assembly, Senate and U.S. Congress. GBA also produced direct mail that helped elect much needed new blood to the Placer County Republican Central Committee.

 

 

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