David Hadley: a strong Republican candidate for state Assembly

David Hadley: a strong Republican candidate for state Assembly

David Hadley, who is running for the California State Assembly in the 66th District, is one of the few Republicans who are not waiting for others to make things happen to make the Golden State a better place to live in.

In the primary, where candidates from all parties have to run to grab a spot of the two candidates on the general election ballot, David defeated the Democrat incumbent, which was really impressive. If he wins in November elections, the supermajority of Democrats will come to an end.

In fact, David is showing the way for the Republican Party's recovery in the Golden State. What impresses a lot of people is the fact that he is not a career politician. Born and raised in Fullerton, he attended Servite High School, and earned his Bachelor's and master's degrees from Darmouth College and London School of Economics.

David is also a family man. He and his wife Suzanne have been married for 21 years. His son Jack is currently serving as a cadet at West Point. His son could have easily afforded a lavish living in an affluent suburb, but he opted to serve his country.

He is also father of three daughters, viz. 17-year-old Claire, 15-year-old Ellen and 13-year-old Faith.

David's character serves a big lesson for the GOP - let's pick strong-character candidates who are the kind of people everyone would like as neighbors.

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