Jeff Gorell receives pre-primary endorsement from Ventura County Republican Party

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Ventura County Republican Central Committee voted unanimously last night to officially endorse Jeff Gorell’s bid for the 37th State Assembly District in 2010.  The Party joins Senator Strickland, Senator Runner, Assemblywoman Strickland, Assemblyman Smyth, Supervisor Foy, and many other elected local Republicans with the endorsement.

“Jeff Gorell’s strong stance on the issues of importance to the citizens of Ventura County has demonstrated that he is the best candidate to represent the diverse interests of the 37th District”, says Chairman Mike Osborn. “Candidates like Jeff are going to be instrumental in leading the Republican Party at the local level, and preparing our Party for victory in 2010 and beyond.”

Jeff Gorell is a long time supporter of small business and a tireless advocate for greater fiscal responsibility. As a former deputy district attorney, small business owner and war veteran Jeff Gorell understands and is committed to bringing conservative solutions to the issues facing Ventura County residents.

About the VCRCC
The Ventura County Republican Central Committee is comprised of members from across the County, elected every two years.  The Committee meets the 4th Wednesday of each month at its office in Thousand Oaks.  More information on the Party can be found at www.venturagop.org.

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