Thank You From Eric Early

Thank You From Eric Early

LOS ANGELES, CA – I jumped into the Attorney General’s race last October because like so many Californians, I was fed-up with the madness coming out of Sacramento – from the criminals’ paradise that has been created, to the politicization of the office by the present (unelected) Attorney General, to the so-called Sanctuary State, to the unchecked homelessness epidemic, to the out-of-control taxes on California’s hard-working citizens, to a culture of overregulation in Sacramento that is hell-bent on destroying the jobs our citizens need.

During the campaign, I traveled from San Diego County in the south to Siskiyou County in the north — and many places in between. The thousands of great citizens I met repeatedly told me, “We are being ignored by our elected leaders in Sacramento. We need to take back our state.”

Although the result of the recent election was not what we had hoped for, I want to thank all of you for your support in this race. Without you, this first-time candidate could not possibly have received the almost 800,000 votes (and counting), that we have received. Although not enough to make it to the general election in November, our message clearly resonated with a huge portion of the electorate.

While my campaign for Attorney General is over, the work to turn around our state is far from done. I look forward to continuing to do my part to make California again the Golden State. For example, my lawsuit against Xavier Becerra continues. Becerra was not an active member of the California State Bar for 26 straight years before Jerry Brown anointed him Attorney General. My distinguished legal team will continue litigating to determine whether Becerra is legally eligible to be a candidate in the general election in November.

Thank you again for your support. I believe California’s best days are still ahead and I look forward to seeing many of you in the weeks and months to come.

Vote Today for Republican Eric Early for Attorney General

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May 31, 2018
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Vote Today for Republican Eric Early for Attorney General

The only candidate in this race who has never lived off the taxpayers.

The only practicing attorney and business owner in the race.

LOS ANGELES, CA – Republican candidate for Attorney General, Eric Early, jumped in the race in October because like so many Californians, he got fed up with the madness coming out of Sacramento – from the criminals’ paradise created by the Democrats, to the unconstitutionality of the so-called Sanctuary State, to the unchecked homelessness epidemic, to the out-of-control taxes, to a Sacramento culture that is bent on destroying the jobs our great citizens need.

Since becoming a candidate, Eric has met thousands of great Californians from San Diego County in the south to Siskiyou County in the north. And they all have said the same thing, “We need a change in Sacramento!”

“The professional political class is destroying our state,” said Early. “I am running to be Attorney General of the once and future great state of California. I have heard the voters. They are fed up with business as usual. So am I. I am the only candidate in this race who is not a lifetime politician. I am the only candidate in this race who has never lived off the taxpayers,” said Early. “I need your votes today. Together we can begin the massive job of rebuilding our once and future great state.”

See Eric’s appearance Sunday on KUSI TV in San Diego here.

See Eric’s latest filing in his lawsuit against Xavier Becerra here. Becerra was an inactive member of California’s State Bar for almost 26 straight years before Jerry Brown anointed him Attorney General. This goes a long way toward explaining why Becerra has been a completely incompetent Attorney General. He is legally ineligible to be Attorney General.

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