March 20 Speaker Luncheon

Novato Republican Women


Assemblyman Travis Allen,
Republican Candidate for California Governor

"My Vision for a Better California"

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

11:30 a.m. -- 1:30 p.m.

Marin Country Club, 500 Country Club Drive, Novato


 You can listen to a live stream on Facebook at the
Travis Allen for Governor Volunteers Facebook Page

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Assemblyman Travis Allen, a Huntington Beach Republican and leading conservative force, announced on June 22, 2017 that he is running for California Governor. Since his election to the Assembly in 2012, Travis Allen has fought for lower taxes. Perhaps most noticed in his fight for lower taxes was the (unsuccessful) initiative to repeal Jerry Brown’s recent state gas tax.

Travis Allen became politically active to help small businesses and all of us squeezed by overregulation, high taxes and bad public policies. For over 20 years, Allen operated his own small business as a Certified Financial Planner and saw firsthand businesses forced to relocate to other states, taking their jobs with them.

In his run for Governor, Travis Allen offers to Californians, “Is it time for a change?” His priorities are to lower taxes in the state, reduce the regulatory burden for businesses, get tough on crime, improve our roads and reduce traffic, improve education and improve our water supply. Check out his campaign website for more details or sign up to get involved:

There are many candidates, both Republican and Democrat, in the race. With our current top-two primary system and a high percentage of undecided voters, polling numbers are still indicating no clear choice. So, will the overtaxed California voter start shopping for an alternative? Travis has been a bold and tireless voice articulating a vision for a prosperous state for the ordinary citizen. He will share his vision with us how we can make California better.

The NRWF does not endorse one Republican candidate over another Republican and extends an invitation to each to address our group. John Cox is scheduled to speak at our May meeting. We do encourage our members to get involved now so we can have a Republican candidate advance to the General Election.