State Senator Bob Huff Endorses Mayor Pro Tem Harry Sidhu
In Orange County Supervisor Race
Anaheim, Tim Clark
April 19, 2010
Today, State Senator Bob Huff announced his endorsement of Mayor Pro Tem Harry Sidhu for Orange County’s open 4th Supervisor District seat. The Sidhu for Supervisor campaign continues to build significant momentum with the announcement of key endorsement support from State Senator Huff, State Senator Tom Harman, and Congressman Dana Rohrabacher this past week.
“Harry Sidhu has a proven record of conservative leadership and fiscal responsibility,” said State Senator Bob Huff. “With his business background experience, Harry brings a unique problem-solving approach to the work of identifying bureaucratic excess and overreach. He will be a strong limited government voice on the Orange County Board of Supervisors in the fight to lower government taxes and spending, streamline burdensome regulations, protect private property rights, and preserve public safety. I am proud to endorse Harry Sidhu for Orange County Supervisor.”
State Senator Bob Huff is an experienced businessman and an accomplished legislator currently serving the 29th District. He holds the number two Republican leadership position as Senate Republican Caucus Chairman and has advocated for change in California schools along with accountability and transparency in government. He previously served on the Diamond Bar City Council and in the State Assembly from 2004-2008 where he held leadership positions of Whip and Republican Caucus Chairman.
State Senator Huff joins State Senator Tom Harman, Congressman Dana Rohrabacher, Board of Supervisors Chair Janet Nguyen and Vice Chair Bill Campbell, Board of Equalization Member Michelle Steel, Anaheim Mayor Curt Pringle, the California Republican Assembly, Assemblyman & Former OC Supervisor Jim Silva, Assemblyman Jeff Miller, Republican National Committeeman Shawn Steel, and the Orange County based OCTaxPac among dozens of others supporting Harry Sidhu for Supervisor.
Mayor Pro Tem Harry Sidhu was first elected to the Anaheim City Council in 2004 and was overwhelmingly re-elected to a second term in 2008. On the council, he quickly established a reputation as a tough-minded advocate for streamlined, efficient government and as a champion of small business. Harry also ensured the protection of property rights through the successful passage of a City Charter Amendment prohibiting eminent domain abuse. As a local business owner, he employs over 120 people with sales of close to $5 million a year.