Category: Press Release

Former U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Anthony Principi Endorses Diane Harkey for Congress

CARLSBAD, CA — Anthony Principi, Former U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs under President George W. Bush, has endorsed Diane Harkey for Congress in the 49th District. “I support Diane Harkey for Congress because she is an experienced leader who will protect taxpayers and focus on public and national safety,” said Secretary Anthony Principi. “I also…

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The National Border Patrol Council Endorsed Diane Harkey for Congress

SAN DIEGO, CA — The National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) has endorsed Diane Harkey for Congress. The NBPC represents agents and support staff on the United States Border Patrol. “Diane Harkey has a proven record of working with public safety agencies to ensure secure communities,” said NBPC President Brandon Judd. “Diane understands the need to…

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Faulty New York Times poll greatly over-sampled Democrats in CA 49 — While new Harkey poll shows race is a dead heat

Carlsbad, CA — The New York Times poll in CA-49 interviewed 208 Democrats and only 162 Republicans, greatly skewing the results in a district where Republicans outnumber Democrats by 20,000 voters. “The NY Times poll is skewed to give Democrats the advantage and the results are meaningless,” said consultant Andre Levesque. “More Republicans will vote…

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Wages Grew 9.2% in 49th District

In case you missed it, Reuters highlighted strong income growth in over a dozen U.S. Congressional Districts, one of these being our 49th District. Reuters’ analysis of Census Bureau data that was released on Thursday shows a 6 percent increase of the median income in 14 battleground districts, more than 1 percent higher than the national median…

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Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas Endorses Diane Harkey For Congress

Oceanside, CA – – Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas has endorsed Diane Harkey for Congress. His endorsement is just one of the many endorsements she has received from law enforcement individuals and organizations. “I have chosen to endorse Diane for her absolute commitment to public safety and protection for crime victims,” said DA Rackauckas….

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Diane Harkey’s Strong Law Enforcement Coalition Proves She Is The Candidate To Support Public Safety

SAN DIEGO, CA — Diane Harkey has received immense support from many law enforcement individuals and organizations in her run for Congress. Public safety is becoming a top issue in the 49th District and Harkey’s backing from law enforcement proves she is the candidate they trust to provide the tools and the support to efficiently…

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Harkey campaign launches new TV ad highlighting opponent’s record as trial lawyer for Countrywide

San Juan Capistrano, CA — The Diane Harkey for Congress campaign in CA-49 launched their first TV ad of the fall campaign this morning. The ad titled “Predatory” highlights Democrat Mike Levin’s work as a trial lawyer filing lawsuits to evict families from their homes on behalf of Countrywide Financial, once the nation’s largest subprime mortgage company, which was…

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Carlsbad Police Officers’ Association Endorses Harkey for Congress

San Diego County, CA — Today Diane Harkey announced receiving the endorsement of the Carlsbad Police Officers’ Association (CPOA) in her campaign for the 49th Congressional District. In the endorsement, CPOA President Ursula Patton-Truebe stated, “Diane Harkey has a strong record on public safety, and we know she understands the challenges that law enforcement faces when…

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San Diego Police Officers’ Association (SDPOA) endorses Diane Harkey for Congress

San Diego, CA – – Republican Diane Harkey (CA-49) received the endorsement of the San Diego Police Officers’ Association (SDPOA). The SDPOA represents more than 1,850 dedicated and professional sworn members of the San Diego Police Department. “Throughout her career as a public servant, Diane Harkey has been a consistent advocate for public safety. As…

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