Campaign News

October 10, 2012

Chad Walsh receives endorsement from San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed

SILICON VALLEY. Independent/no party affiliation Assembly candidate Chad Walsh announced the endorsement of San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed. In a statement released today, Mayor Reed cited Chad Walsh's "commitment to bipartisanship and real pension reform."

Statement from San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed endorsing independent/no party affiliation Assembly candidate Chad Walsh:

"California desperately needs elected officials who can put partisanship aside and deal with the many problems facing our state. Much more work needs to be done on pension reform, and we need pragmatic legislators who will work with both parties and the Governor to significantly reduce the state's huge pension debt and help local governments do so as well. I proudly endorse Chad Walsh for his commitment to bipartisanship and real pension reform."

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September 24, 2012

Walsh Campaign Announces Overwhelming Support of Silicon Valley Business Community

SILICON VALLEY: Assembly Candidate Chad Walsh this week announced the endorsements of multiple business groups from across Silicon Valley. Walsh, a former Electrical Engineer, Entrepreneur, and College Trustee, with over 20 years of experience in the High Tech industry was endorsed by the San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce, the Santa Clara Chamber of Commerce, and the Saratoga Chamber of Commerce. “Economic growth is critical to meeting California’s challenges,” said Walsh. “A strong economy is the foundation of a strong public education system, which is critical for the future of California. For California to succeed, we must create jobs by creating an environment where businesses can thrive.”

June 5, 2012

Primary Election Results validate Chad Walsh Independent Campaign for State Assembly

SILICON VALLEY: Entrepreneur and Community College Trustee Chad Walsh surprised political experts across California with a strong primary performance against incumbent Paul Fong. Mr. Walsh’s strong showing validated the viability of his campaign and places him within striking distance of incumbent Fong in the November General Election. Walsh came within only a few percentage points of the incumbent in what was considered a “safe” seat. “The people of California are tired of divisive partisan politics and career politicians like Fong who answer to party leaders and special interests over the people who voted them into office.” Walsh said. “Voters want and deserve elected leaders who want to work for their constituents.”

March 23, 2012

Chad Walsh for Assembly releases new web video

LOS GATOS: Twice-elected West Valley-Mission Community College trustee, engineer, and patent attorney Chad Walsh today released a new web video outlining his vision for the newly created Assembly District 28.

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Jan. 31, 2012

Chad Walsh for Assembly reports raising over $100,000

LOS GATOS: Twice-elected West Valley-Mission Community College trustee, engineer, and patent attorney Chad Walsh reported raising over $100,000 as of January 1st for his non-partisan campaign for the newly created Assembly District 28.

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Nov. 8, 2011

Chad Walsh launches campaign website for newly created 28th State Assembly District

Innovation. Education. Working together for solutions. These are ideas and endeavors that will move us forward and they are the heart of my firsthand experience creating jobs, improving education, and raising a family here in the Silicon Valley.

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Aug. 15, 2011

California’s Citizens Redistricting Commission creates entirely new 28th Assembly District

The independent California Citizens Redistricting Commission voted today to adopt its final maps for U.S. Congressional, State Senate, State Assembly and Board of Equalization districts. This is the first time in the history of California that an independent citizens commission drew district boundaries.

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