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San Joaquin County Republican Party — Republican PartyCandidate for County Central Committee, Supervisorial District 4

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Gordon Rupp

3,854 votes (5.65%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • As an incumbent I will continue to fight to keep conservative values the core plank of our party. I am the voice of you the conservatives looking for representation.
  • Continue vetting local candidates to identify real conservative values that will benefit our local and state party.
  • Become YOUR local representative to the county Republican Central Committee voicing your concerns and ideas to raise up the county republican party



Profession:I am currently in emergency management with prior experience in Fire/Police/Search and Rescue/EMT/Disaster Management
Owner, Noack Electric (1980–2007)

Community Activities

Volunteer/Planning Section Chief/Training Manager, Team Rubicon Disaster Management Worldwide (2013–current)
Emergency Medical Technician, San Joaquin County (2007–current)
Volunteer, Stockton Police Department (2007–current)
Volunteer/Assistant Director, San Jose Search and Rescue (1979–2007)
Volunteer/Assistant Fire Chief, Casa Loma Volunteer Fire Department (2000–2007)

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

I have been a republican since my first political registration in 1974.  It was common practice to vote party lines when going to the polls.  In 2009 it became apparent to myself and millions of other republicans that our vote and voice no longer counted in Washington DC and that changes had to be made.  It was that year that I co founded the Stockton Tea Party Patriots in an effort to make conservative voices heard again in Washington DC.  To a large extent we were mostly successful and continue to push that message forward today.  During those years of political activisim I learned to read the bills and vet candidates to see what their positions were on those bills.  During my political self education I also learned that to make a change in the political scene starting locally was not only the first step but the best step.  I am currently an incumbant in the San Joaquin County RCC and I have fought special interest money to the point of the entrenched good old boy network trying unsuccessfully to remove me from my position on a technicallity.  But I remain for now fighting special interest money and republican candidates and office holders beholden to the special interest money and not you the voter that put them into office.

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