2018 Libertarian Candidate for the 4th California State Assembly District
2018 Libertarian Candidate for the 21st California State Assembly District
2018 Libertarian Candidate for the 51st California State Assembly District
2018 Libertarian Candidate for the 69th California State Assembly District
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2018 Libertarian Candidate for the 70th California State Assembly District
Honor Robson was the Libertarian Candidate for California’s 33rd State Senate District in 2016 and with very little time, money or name recognition she garnered almost 50,000 votes (22%) in the November General Election. Although she didn’t win she was able to make a strong showing and is planning to build on that success in her campaign for the 70th District California State Assembly seat. Honor has always been involved in her community and she knows that when she’s elected to the State Assembly she will have the opportunity to bring a fresh viewpoint to the legislature. As a Libertarian she is in a unique position to work with members on both sides of the traditional “aisle”. She will take advantage of this by bringing the voice of her community and leveraging it into policies that will better the economic and educational climate and improve the state’s failing infrastructure. She will bring practical and logical Free Market solutions which will give all Californians the opportunity to thrive without government intervening in all aspects of their lives. Please support her and bring Honor to Sacramento!
2018 Libertarian Candidate for Fullerton City Council, District 3
Nickolas Wildstar is a human rights activist who has turned his passion for change in the community from being a protesting demonstrator to being a protesting politician. He’s run for Governor of California, twice, gaining traction towards a more liberated and prosperous society each time. Now the resilient freedom fighter is seeking a seat on the City Council of Fullerton as a candidate to represent District 3. On November 6th, 2018, voters in the city will have the chance to reset the course of their local government by electing Nickolas Wildstar to lead the way back to liberty.
2018 Candidate for Mountain View City Council
I served as Mayor on the Mountain View City Council in 2013, and on the City Council, Parks and Recreation Commission, and the Environmental Planning Commission from 2002 to 2008. As a resident since 1975, I would like to again serve the Mountain View Community.
My general approach to fiscal and regulatory policy is more measured compared to other policymakers. Any new ordinance, tax, fee, mandate or restriction should have a purpose, solve a problem, and support objective policy and economic analysis and objectives.
I would like to work on Council to improve the community development planning processes and expand opportunities to increase the supply of housing in the city generations to come. Precise plans take years to develop and cost millions of dollars for consultants staff time and ultimately can be very specific. More concise and focused planning should provide more flexibility in development because of the dynamic nature of the markets, and evolution of community and development needs.
I will continue my previous work helping residents and businesses in dealing with City matters pertaining to transportation, building regulations, trees, fences, signage, etc.!
The City is currently realizing historic and very large budget surpluses. Nine percent sales tax, escalating land values and an unprecedented robust economy have ballooned City sales and property tax revenues that will allow us to address the concerns all of us have by implementing solutions, not more staff.
I bring a reasoned, well researched and analytical approach to Council. I am a strong advocate for taxpayers, residents, and businesses. I will defend your civic and property rights and protect your tax dollars.