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Orange County Republican Party — Republican PartyCandidate for County Central Committee, Assembly District 74

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John Warner

Orange County Businessman
15,432 votes (7.8%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Continue to elect conservative Republicans to local, county, and statewide offices
  • Get Young Kim reelected to CA Assembly, maintain block of Democrat super majority in Assembly
  • Maintain conservative majority on OC School Board.



I spent 20 years in the OC Surf Industry, as CEO of Quiksilver, Ocean Pacific, and O'Neill.

Currently am retired, but retain several business intersts.

I grew up in St. Louis, and received BSBA from University of Tulsa.

Am married, 3 children, reside in Newport Beach.


Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

I believe individual liberty,  free market capitalism, small government, and the rule of law....the Constitution.

I have served on the OC Republican Party Central Committee for 6 years, having been elected twice, and have served on the OCGOP Executive Committee for all 6 years, and was elected First Vice Chairman of the OCGOP for 4 years ago. I also serve as a vice president of the OC Lincoln Club.

I have been actively involved in the Santa Ana and Anaheim communities in support of school choice and the Parent Trigger Law.

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