Abrahms Unites Republicans

In case you missed it LA Regional Vice Chair candidate Adam Abrahms made headlines over the weekend as he successfully led the effort to unify an 18 year Young Republican schism. Under his leadership all Young Republicans in California are now united as the California Young Republican Federation which also elected Abrahms as their first Chairman. See the full story below.

Uniting behind Abrahms doesn’t stop with the Young Republicans. All over Los Angeles, from Long Beach to the Antelope Valley, Santa Monica to Pomona, Republicans are uniting in support of Adam’s campaign to put LA back on offense. Abrahms is the only candidate to unite the grassroots groups, nominees, legislators, party leaders, tea party activists, old and new alike and from all segments of our Party. Every day more Los Angeles Republicans realize we need new leadership, principled activism and unity if we are to succeed and are coalescing behind Abrahms and his Plan for LA.


Adam Abrahms, President, California Young Republican Federation

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Alert: Los Angeles County Republican Party Endorses Adam Abrahms

In another display of the growing enthusiasm for his campaign, Adam Abrahms received the endorsement of the Republican Party of Los Angeles (RPLAC) Thursday night. Although his opponent had served as RPLAC Chair for six years, she was unable to counter the momentum of the Abrahms campaign.

After listening to both candidates during a forum at their regular meeting, LA Republican Central Committee voted overwhelmingly to endorse Adam Abrahms for CRP LA Regional Vice Chair. During the forum Abrahms presented a clear plan for the future and exhibited the experience and energy needed to turn LA around.

Asked about the endorsement, LA County Central Committee Regional Vice Chair Allen Wilson, said “The LA Delegation knows we must leave the past in the past. Now is the time for new leadership. We need a leader who is willing to engage with the volunteers and grassroots to fight for Los Angeles County, the choice is clear, Adam Abrahms for CRP Los Angeles Regional Vice Chair.”

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CRA and CCR! Activists Continue to Unite Behind Abrahms

The momentum continues in the Abrahms for LA Regional Vice Chair campaign.  This weekend the California Republican Assembly and California Congress of Republicans met to evaluate and consider candidates for CRP offices.  Despite their historic differences, both groups voted overwhelmingly in favor of Abrahms for LA Regional Vice Chair.

California Republican Assembly (CRA): Saturday marked the first time in eight years Adam’s opponent (or her husband) did not receive the endorsement of CRA.  Instead, Abrahms’ energy, activism and plan, resulted in the board voting in favor of Abrahms, with Abrahms receiving  a resounding 61 percent of the vote.

In addition to earning the support of a vast majority of the board, Abrahms was also the recommended candidate of the CRA fact-finding committee, which met and interviewed both candidates.

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Steve Poizner Endorses Abrahms for Regional Vice Chair

Today, Los Angeles Regional CRP Vice-Chair candidate Adam Abrahms proudly announced the endorsement of conservative leader and former California State Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner.

When asked about the endorsement, Poizner had this to say, “Adam embodies the kind of principled leadership, energy and enthusiasm our Party needs. He has proven time and again that he is not afraid to stand-up for what he believes and, at this watershed moment, I can think of no better advocate to represent Los Angeles and the Republican Party than Adam Abrahms.”

A highly accomplished entrepreneur, Steve Poizner became one of only two Republicans elected statewide in 2006, when he defeated Lt. Governor Cruz Bustamante for the office of Insurance Commissioner. Poizner served as a White House Fellow to the National Security Council during the 9/11 attacks and was elected as a lifetime member of the Council on Foreign Relations after being nominated by former U.S. Secretary of State George Shultz.

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