San Diego Attorney and Business Owner Jumps in California Lieutenant Governor Race

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Cameron Gharabiklou is running on a platform touting California values as a strong rebuke against Donald Trump.

San Diego-based attorney Cameron Gharabiklou today announced his bid for Lieutenant Governor of California.

Gharabiklou, a 36-year-old attorney and business owner, launched with a strong and clear message: California will not tolerate the hateful and vindictive policies of the Donald Trump administration.

While many candidates thus far have been running their campaign with a more muted tone, Gharabiklou contends the state of California must use its position of strength and size to lead the country forward.

“California needs strong, outside thinkers in its state government,” said Gharabiklou. “We’re a state that has grown into the sixth largest economy in the world by embracing California values like inclusion, acceptance and equality.”

In Gharabiklou’s provocative launch video, he says, “we will not be silenced and we will not be bullied,” while calling for people to stand up for California values, and “lead the resistance.”

The Lieutenant Governor in California runs on its own ticket, independent of the Governor, and is one of the lesser known positions in state government; Gharabiklou wants to change that.

“My goal is to help educate Californians on why this position matters, and show them that the position can be used as an effective counterforce to the Trump administration,” said Gharabiklou. “We need people in office that will truly represent the California values that this state was built on.”

The primary election is in June 2018, and the general election is in November 2018. Gharabiklou will start campaigning in San Diego and work his way up the state meeting with people and groups in various cities during the campaign calendar.

More information is at CameronForCalifornia.com. Follow the Cameron for California campaign on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.

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