Let me start by thanking the CRIHB and its Board of Directors for inviting me to speak to you today. I feel very honored to be able to share my comments of where this nation and this state of California are today and where I believe we are headed and what we can expect. As a Republican I am speaking only for myself and not for the Republican Party. I was a Republican candidate for the U S Senate race running against 34 candidates to occupy Barbara Boxer’s present position in the U S Senate. Unfortunately, I did not garner enough votes to run in the November General election. One of the successful candidates will speak to you later in the week.Read more
Palo Alto, Calif. - Greg Conlon has decided to run for U.S. Senate for the first open seat in over two decades, after Senator Barbara Boxer’s retirement and has qualified for the ballot this week.Read more
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I would like to recommend two amendments to the final AB 1711 bills which you were one of the major sponsors.Read more
GREG CONLON IN THREE-WAY TIE FOR FIRST PLACE AMONG REPUBLICAN US SENATE CANDIDATESRead more
Major General Robert B. Ostenberg (U.S. Army Retired) Endorses Air Force Veteran Captain Greg Conlon for U S Senate
Major General Robert B. Ostenberg (U.S. Army Retired) Endorses Air Force Veteran Captain Greg Conlon for U S SenateRead more
GREG CONLON FOR U S SENATE SUPPORTS ASSEMBLY BILL 1711 WHICH RESTRICTS THE NUMBER OF NON-RESIDENT STUDENTS ATTENDING U C SYSTEM UNIVERSITIES.
Assembly Bill 1711 restricts the number of NON-RESIDENT students in the University of California system to 15.9% of the student body of each university. Greg Conlon, GOP candidate for U S Senate, wants to add a Revenue Adjustment each year consistent with the increases in appropriations to K-12 and California Community Colleges.Read more
Check out Charter Local Edition with US Senate Candidate Greg Conlon!Read more
GREG CONLON PULLS UP TO 4TH IN NEW ONLINE POLL THAT INCLUDES ALL 34 U. S. SENATE CANDIDATES
Results of an online poll reported May 13 in Political Pulse found two Republican candidates for U.S. Senate ahead of the three GOP hopefuls who appeared in previously televised debates.Read more
(1) Reduce the number of illegal aliens coming in the nation by enforcing expiration of visas. There are approximately 11 million illegal aliens in the nation of which about 40% (about 5 million) entered the nation legally on either student visas or work visas (Green Cards) but who stayed after their visas expired. The simplest way to solve their illegal status is to ask them to return to the country that issued their visa, or if they still qualify, have them apply for a new Green Card or student visa. This simple solution may eliminate the problem of illegals who came into the country legally but are staying in the country and taking jobs that would otherwise be taken by citizens.Read more
The Sacramento Bee Voter Guide has been releasedRead more