Two Republican gubernatorial candidates are hoping for the California GOP's endorsement, but it will be hard to win statewide in blue California.
- Governor of California
- Primary Election: June 5, 2018. Top two candidates move to the General
- State Assemblyman
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Allen on why he’s running
“Things aren’t good in California. There’s a lot of problems that have been brought on by the liberal leadership.”
Allen on education
“There must be accountability. I am a huge advocate for standardized testing of all children every single year.”
Allen on infrastructure and transportation
“First, we get rid of the gas tax. Second, we find efficiencies in our existing budget, and using that money to actually rebuild our roads.”
Allen on immigration
“We will enforce federal immigration law in California. In my first 100 days, I’ve vowed to reverse the illegal ‘sanctuary state’ by calling a special election.”
Election 2018 Voter Guide
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