Campaign HQ Grand Opening
Orange County Republicans are invited to the Mimi Walters campaign headquarters grand opening.
Join us on Saturday, February 22 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM to meet Republican congressional candidate Mimi Walters, local Republican office holders and dignitaries. In addition, you can enjoy refreshments, pick up campaign materials and yard signs.
MORE INFORMATION: Download an invitation flyer
The new Walters headquarters is located at 23615 El Toro Road, Suite U, Lake Forest, CA 92630. Call (949) 235-2078 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to RSVP.
New Majority Endorses Mimi Walters
The influential Republican donor group the New Majority has officially endorsed Mimi Walters in the 45th Congressional District.
New Majority California promotes a fiscally responsible philosophy in government. Its members contribute tens of millions of dollars to candidates and causes. The New Majority’s mission goes beyond being a major donor — it is dedicated to creating positive change that redefines the political landscape of California and the nation.
To support its mission, the New Majority Political Action Committee (PAC), which has grown to become California’s largest Republican PAC, and the Federal Political Action Committee (FEDPAC), promote and support both candidates and issues.
The New Majority was founded in 1999 in Orange County by Julia and George Argyros, Brigitte and Donald Bren, Dee and Larry Higby, Gary Hunt, Barbara and Mark Chapin Johnson, Willa Dean and William Lyon, and Joyce and Tom Tucker. Since then, the New Majority has expanded and opened additional Chapters in Los Angeles, San Diego and Inland Empire.
Walters Holds Commanding Lead in Donations – Raths, Moorlach lag way behind in support
Campaign Finance reports filed in Washington, DC on January 31, 2014 show that Orange County Republican Senator Mimi Walters holds an overwhelming lead in donations, having raised $623,760 compared to John Moorlach, who only raised $46,316. Walters holds a more than 11 to 1 lead over her two opponents in cash available for the campaign.