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James P. Bradley

CEO/Business Owner
234,863 votes (3.4%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Homelessness and Veterans As a decorated veteran, patriot and statesman, my proven executive leadership reflects my lifelong pursuit of American exceptionalism, holding myself professionally, politically and personally responsibility to protect.
  • Growth oriented leadership will end the current economic crisis and end the war on poverty by providing pro-business programs will uphold the highest ethical, moral and legal standards.
  • Lead to make America succeed again by advancing integrity in political action. In order that Americans are safe, I see the immediate importance of rebuilding our military so that we have the strongest national defense in the world.



Profession:CEO Business Owner
President/CEO, Allied Rescue Coalition (2021–current)
President/CEO, Constitutional Republic Action Force (2021–current)
President/CEO, Health Alliance Corporation (2015–2018)
Senior Vice President, Reny Company (2011–2015)


UCI Computer Science Certificate, Predictive Analytics (2017)
Saddleback College HIT, Health Information Technology (2015)
National University Masters Business Administration, Financial Management (1990)
National University Masters Business Administration, International Business (1990)
National University Bachelor’s Degree, Business Administration Marketing (1988)

Community Activities

Advisor, Employer Fraud Task Force (2013–2015)
Advisor, Easter Seals (1986–1991)
Board Advisor, Center for Creative Alternatives (1988–1990)


Election Integrity


I am the lead plaintiff on the most important lawsuit in the Nation right now regarding election integrity.

Election Integrity Project of Ca and I teamed up with 12 Congressional Candidates in the 2020 general election as a non-partisan effort to address the concerns and irregularities in the 2020 general election.

Our case is currently in the 9th District Court of Appeals.


US Senatorial Candidate CA 2022

James P. Bradley Primary Election on June 7th 2022.

Currently polling second place.


US Congressional Candidate CA D33 2020

Top Republican advanced into the General Election and technically won the election after our internal post election audit.  Lead plaintiff in a historic election case with Election Integrity Project of Ca and 13 other 2020 Congressional candidates.


Top US Senate Candidate California 2018 Primary (3rd place overall out of 32 candidates)

One of nine children raised in Rhode Island.  Proud father of one daughter, uncle and friend of many that have been vaccine damaged. Third generation military veteran, international leader, national speaker and author with 30 plus years’ experience in senior management roles for technology and service entities within the healthcare, insurance.  National speaker on developing technologies and practices within healthcare, insurance, and fraud prevention.  Extensive experience within governmental and commercial healthcare programs in evaluation and design of normalization design to meet market demands. Served as President, CEO, CFO, CTO and COO for Start Up and Transitioning Companies. Predictive Analytics, Business Intelligence and Data Warehouse. Currently the Founder, President, CEO of a startup digital media company.


President of the following organizations:


Constitutional Republic Action Force

The Constitutional Republic Action Force (CRAF) is dedicated to educating and mentoring Constitutionally grounded candidates for public office. CRAF is focused on restoring our Republic to its Constitutional roots and promoting policies that put America first. We provide mentoring, training, and support for candidates seeking federal, state and local office who are grounded in the US Constitution. Join us in saving our Constitutional Republic, defending the United States of America and assuring a bright future for all Americans.



Allied Rescue Coalition

Allied Rescue Coalition is a nonprofit (pending) organization 501.c3 formed to provide support for “on the ground organizations” using media, government resources, citizen efforts to create awareness and support for US citizens and vetted allies that are behind enemy lines.


Professional Experience

Served as chief executive officer, financial officer and chief operating officer with over 30 years in the Health Care sector modernizing and improving medical systems, as an innovative technology executive helping to implement visionary plans like Tele-medicine, which made it easier for patients to reach out to their physicians, remotely and economically.


USCG Veteran,  proudly served under President Reagan in the United States Coast Guard conducting search and rescue (SAR), law enforcement, fisher patrols in Hawaii and the South East United States. Conducted multi defense department training and campaigns in the southeast US.  Coordination with US Navy, DEA, US Air Force, Bahamian Coast Guard. The Bahamas, a country of 700 islands and cays distributed over an area the size of California maritime and aerial routes between Colombia and the U.S., is an attractive location for drug transshipments of cocaine, marijuana and other illegal drugs.



University of California, Irvine

Predictive Analytics, Computer Science, 2016 - 2018

California State University-Fullerton

Certificate Program, International Business, 1991 - 1992

National University

MBA, Financial Management, 1988 - 1990

Activities and Societies:  Forensics, International Law, etc.

            MBA, International Business and Policy, 1988 - 1990

Activities and Societies:  International studies covering North America, South America, Germany, Russia, Japan, Korea, Poland, UK and UIE

National University

Baccalaureate, Business Administration and Marketing, 1986 - 1988

            Activities and Societies:  Business Admin Emphasis Operations, Marketing                  and Finance

Orange Coast College

Business Law Studies 1986 - 1986

St Petersburg College

Business Law 1983 - 1984

Brown University

            English Literature  1975 – 1976

Questions & Answers

Questions from League of Women Voters of California (4)

The Federal Government plays a part in California water allocation and use through a variety of projects and laws.  What, if any, new programs or projects or reforms to existing programs and projects would you support in an effort to handle water shortages caused by the current and any future drought?
Answer from James P. Bradley:

As your next US Senator for California I will review the status, use of funds and full accounting of the America’s Water Infrastructure Act 2018 (AWIA) 2019 Energy and Water appropriations bill that addresses water storage, drought preparedness, and water infrastructure needs for the Bureau of Reclamation and Army Corps of Engineers.

 AWIA authorizes financing for new water-storage projects as part of the Water Resources Development Act, the primary federal vehicle for water resources funding that is reauthorized every two years. Federally backed financing reduces the costs to project proponents and means much better rates for debt service that will benefit water storage projects like Sites and Temperance Flat reservoirs.

AWIA contains provisions that will support local irrigation districts and water agencies to raise spillway gates, repair and expand dams, reservoirs and other water projects. It also includes flood protections for San Joaquin Valley, funding for a program to restore seismic stability and expansion of the San Luis Reservoir, and funding for a pilot project in the Russian River Basin to develop a system for incorporating weather forecasts into reservoir operations.

The 2019 Energy and Water bill provides:

An additional $196 million to fund California and Western drought programs including $134 million for water storage, $20 million for water recycling, $12 million for desalination and $30 million for environment and science projects.

$540 million for Army Corps of Engineers and Bureau of Reclamation water infrastructure programs specifically in California.

$34 million for WaterSMART grants and almost $59 million for the Title XVI Water Reclamation and Reuse program.

$35 million for the San Joaquin River Restoration project.

$8 million for improved research, monitoring and forecasting of atmospheric river storms, which contributes an increasingly large share of California’s annual rainfall.

A requirement that an independent risk analysis of Oroville Dam be conducted and an extensive review of all federal dam safety practices.

Increased funding for desalination research and development by almost 35 percent.


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Should immigration laws be changed?  What changes would you support?  Please explain why.
Answer from James P. Bradley:


Stream lining the process, addressing the court issues, discuss the current bi-partisan pathway to citizenship for so-called Dreamers, border security upgrades, and a guest-worker program to alleviate labor shortages in industries like restaurants.

Safety, security, border concerns, human trafficking and drug smuggling have been on the rise.  Protecting US citizens, immigrants and those awaiting processing with be addressed.

As Senator what, if any, policies or legislation would you support to preserve democracy for all US residents?
Answer from James P. Bradley:

Our democracy must be protected for all to live in a free constitutional republic.  The cornerstone of our constitutional republic are our elections which must be fair, transparent and honest to insure every legal vote is counted. Election integrity is an essential part where laws, regulations, technology and audit appeal processes must meet the highest standards. I am activily addressing our election process to reverse the disenfrachisement of the voters.

What legislation, if any, would you support to reduce American greenhouse gas production?  Please explain the reasons for your position.
Answer from James P. Bradley:

I am a conservationist believing in a balanced clean environment. Having served in the United States Coast Guard one of the many missions was protecting the delicate ecosystem of oceans is a vital Coast Guard mission. There are five areas of emphasis in the marine environmental protection (MEP) mission. These areas cover virtually every aspect of oil and chemical response. Prevention, stopping pollution before it occurs. Enforcement, provide civil and criminal penalties for illegal acts. Surveillance, protecting the marine environment by conducting, pollution overflights, vessel boardings, harbor patrols, transfer monitoring, inspections. Response, cleanup and impact limitation of an oil or chemical discharge. In-house abatement, ensure that Coast Guard vessels and facilities comply with federal pollution laws and regulations Regarding greenhouse gas production.

I will support the further research on the environmental impact of greenhouse gas and evaluate proposed bills commensurate with the findings and recommendations.

Who gave money to this candidate?


Total money raised: $113,738

Top contributors that gave money to support the candidate, by organization:

James P. Bradley
Employees of Charles A. Klein & Sons Inc.
Employees of Allcap
Employees of Wilkiebros
Employees of Bellwether Enterprise

More information about contributions

By State:

California 75.06%
Texas 5.42%
Massachusetts 3.96%
Florida 2.47%
Other 13.10%

By Size:

Large contributions (49.92%)
Small contributions (50.08%)

By Type:

From organizations (-0.66%)
From individuals (100.66%)
Source: MapLight analysis of data from the Federal Election Commission.

Political Beliefs

Position Papers

Positions Statement


The is a brief summary of the various positions on the topics of today.

Border Security

             increase border security

             strong a with DHS in fortifying border patrol


Illegal immigration

             travel ban/extreme vetting executive order

             supports all efforts and agencies tasked with protecting American citizens from threats known or unknown by nations known to import terrorism to the United States and nations that support terrorism

             against activist judges who seek to lessen our security through unconstitutional reversals of current or future travel bans enacted from the executive branch


Re-unite families

             road to citizenship for existing immigrants that have delayed naturalization applications. Re-unite immigrant families of those whose parents that were deported

             we are America for all citizens and those seeking citizenship



             pro school choice

             money should follow the student and the parents should be allowed a more active voice in the education system

             fixing the student debt problem

             making trade schools/colleges/high learning more affordable by removing the federal grants from the education administrators

             focusing on revamping our trade schools


Jobs and more jobs

             pro business and programs to stimulate more jobs in the us

             limited government regulations that will unleash the free market leading to higher pay and more job opportunities for all American citizens

             supports deregulating the cumbersome tax burdens on employers and employees which has resulted in an environment of stagnation and regression in California and the United States

             remove restrictions and penalties from employers enabling them to utilize the current verify laws already enacted which will eliminate illegals from having an advantage over American citizens in certain employment environments


Voter id law

             pro voter id for local, state, national elections to eliminate voter irregularities and protect Americans voting rights against foreign and domestic voter manipulation or fraud


Supreme court

             I am a strict constitutional conservative who believes the highest court of the land should not be used to find precedence not outlined in the constitution.

             will not support activist judges up for confirmation in the senate


Federal reserve

             restructuring the federal reserve to unleash the free market allowing for unprecedented economic growth throughout California and all of the United States



             Obamacare repeal and expanding Medicare to cover more lives. Similar to the social security system, we expand Medicare to cover all lives with multiple deductibles tears.

             over 30 years in healthcare consulting with national payers for 15 years.

             allow free market to advance medicine and health care coverage Medicare/Medicaid (medical)

             reform the broken system and remove excessive red tape and departments. Increase the budget and putting the money into increase benefits and lower deductibles

             open access to more medical providers with higher reimbursements to bring in better providers

             streamline FDA clinical trials reducing red tape and the cost to bring advance medicine to market

             price controls on big pharma thus decreasing costs of brand name drugs

             open formulary to futuristic therapies to deal with chronic diseases. Many new therapies eliminate redundant procedures

             use genomic studies to tailor make therapies and medications avoiding caustic effects on the elderly

             big pharma review and revision of current laws governing this industry

·               create FDA II for holistic therapeutics in order to offer these medicines and have them approved on health plan formularies


Senior and elder care

             seniors are the treasure of America and must be treated as such.

             adopt programs from alliance countries i.e., Japan that honor and care for the elderly.

             increase funding for programs and care for the elderly

             complete audit of existing programs and facilities to upgrade services and quality of care

             increase monthly case rates and custodian care


Opioid and Fetynal recovery care

             advance and promote opioid and fentynal recovery plans to the afflicted population

             the president’s commission on opioid crisis has budgeted many billions to address this epidemic issue and a rapid deployment is a must.


Deep state investigations

             complete review of existing staff to determine risk level, leaks and compromised security

             investigate, detained and prosecute violators of national security within all departments

             possible restructuring of CIA and FBI in lieu of most recent findings


Foreign policy and united nations

             scale back funding or defund the United Nations due to violations of charter and bias against Israel

             cut off funding, travel and immigration to combatant nations in the middle east that harbor, protect and fund terrorist groups


Energy independence

             advance inconnus oil exploration and drilling to support a national independence of natural energy

             enact environmental protections against disasters

             provide government grants and incentives for alternative energy sources


Trade policy

             better negotiated trade agreements that put America first. When trade agreements have been carefully negotiated with friendly democracies, they have resulted in millions of new jobs here at home supported by our exports.

             we cannot allow foreign governments to limit American access to their markets while stealing our designs, patents, brands, know-how, and technology.

             we cannot allow China to continue its currency manipulation, exclusion of us products from government purchases, and subsidization of Chinese companies to thwart American imports.


Financial markets

             repeal the Dodd-frank act allowing less government control to allow free market to provide parity in the industry.

             too many community banks have closed as a result of Dodd frank act and this needs to be repealed open markets for lending.



             we envision government at all levels as a partner with individuals and industries in technological progress, not a meddlesome monitor.

             phase out the federal transit program and reform provisions of the national environmental policy act which can delay and drive-up costs for transportation projects. We renew our call for repeal of the Davis-bacon law, which limits employment and drives up construction and maintenance costs for the benefit of unions.

             remove legal roadblocks to public-private partnership agreements that can save the taxpayers’ money and bring outside investment to meet a community’s needs.



             government at all levels as a partner with individuals and industries in technological progress, not a meddlesome monitor.

             create a business climate that rewards risk and promotes innovation, a learning system that gives Americans the skills needed to seize the opportunities of the 21st century, and an international order that maintains a fair and open global market for America’s goods and services


The fourth amendment: liberty and privacy

             right of the people to be secure in their houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures. Strict limitations on the use of aerial surveillance on US soil, with the exception of patrolling our national borders for illegal entry and activity.

             oppose any attempts by government to require surveillance devices in our daily lives, including tracking devices in motor vehicles.


The fifth amendment: protecting human life

             oppose the use of public funds to perform or promote abortion or to fund organizations, like planned parenthood, so long as they provide or refer for elective abortions or sell fetal body parts rather than provide healthcare.


Social security

             preserve and modernize a system of retirement security.


Term limits

             endorse term limits for members of congress.

Golden State Agenda


The Golden State Agenda California’s Legislative Blueprint for the Destruction of Election Integrity



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