Nov 7, 2010 12:25 PM
Assemblyman Dan Logue says, "the north state is the future for California. It's all about jobs and recovery, and he believes that that will come from California and the north state. So we're real honored to have him here."
California state assemblyman, Dan Logue is thrilled to have the support of former Deputy Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor to President George W. Bush, Karl Rove.
Logue hosted a fundraising event Saturday night, which featured the special guest speaker. Rove arrived shortly before 6 p.m. at the Southridge Golf Club in Sutter, to show his support for Logue and the Republican efforts in northern California.
Karl Rove says, "it's a tough state. The Republican party's got to have good candidates and keep fighting the battle. It took a long time to fall into the shape its in, it's going to take some time to build its way out."
Nearly 400 guests joined the event, including Congressman Tom McClintock, Assemblyman Martin Garrick, and Senator Sam Aanestad. Some guests paid up to 3,900 dollars just to hear Rovem, and his idea's for change in America, beginning with jobs in California.
Karl Rove says, "just spending money through government doesn't create jobs. You've got to have policies that are aimed at incentivizing, encouraging people to invest in plans that equip them."
It's just one of a number of plans Logue and Rove have in mind that they say will change the nation for the better, starting right here in California. Dan Logue says, "he understands that California is very important for the future of the country that he wants to stand with people like myself in order to turn it around."
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