Newport Mesa Tea Party Patriots Meeting – August 13th
Double Strength Steel!
What’s the inside baseball regarding the Presidential Candidates and local Orange County issues?
Shawn Steel will speak on the current crop of Republican Presidential candidates, Republican gains with Asian-Americans, the Republican Rainbow Coalition and “Tribal Politics”, Silicon Valley’s relationship with the GOP, and Immigration.
Michelle Steel will speak on the Orange County pension bomb, budgets, effects of Covered California on Californians and business, and a proposed toll road in Costa Mesa on the 405 freeway.
Shawn Steel is the Republican National Committeeman from California. He is a past Chairman of the California Republican Party and the Founding Director of the California chapter of the influential pro-taxpayer group, the Club for Growth.
Mr. Steel was also an early supporter and key driving force in the 2009 historic election of Michael Steele to the position of Chairman of the Republican National Committee.
Shawn Steel has served in countless positions within the Republican Party- from grassroots volunteer to California Republican Party Treasurer to Secretary of the Lincoln Clubs to CRP Chairman. Currently, he serves as the Republican National Committeeman for California. The National Committeeman is a volunteer position. The Committeeman represents the California Republican Party to the RNC. The primary purpose of the RNC is to nominate and elect Presidents.
Born and raised in California, Shawn Steel attended Los Angeles-area public schools and earned his BA at CSU-N and a Masters in History from the University of Southern California. Shawn also later earned his Juris Doctorate.
Elected to the Orange County Board of Supervisors in 2014, Michelle Steel represents the residents of the Second District, which includes, Costa Mesa, Cypress, Huntington Beach, La Palma, Los Alamitos, Newport Beach, Seal Beach, Stanton, and portions of Rossmoor, Buena Park and Fountain Valley.
As a member of the Board of Equalization, Michelle Steel distinguished herself as the state’s leading tax fighter. Her hallmark first-term achievement was the discovery, that the Board of Equalization had delayed the return of millions of dollars in security deposits owed to California businesses.
As Southern California’s elected taxpayer advocate, Steel fought on the front lines of California’s perennial battle against higher taxes. In 2008, she successfully led the fight against a new iTax, a $500 million tax on digital downloads.
Over the past decade, Michelle Steel has served on the President’s Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, California World Trade Commission, Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services, and Los Angeles Airport and Fire Commissions.
Michelle holds a degree in Business from Pepperdine University, an Executive MBA from the University of Southern California, and is fluent in Korean and Japanese.
Meeting to be held:
Thursday August 13th, 2015
6:30pm – 8:30 PM
Halecrest Swim and Tennis Club
3107 Killybrooke Lane
Costa Mesa, CA 92626