LISTEN! East Bay Citizen Podcast – CAGOP Convention Special with Oakland CA13 candidate Sue Caro

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In addition, to running for Congress in Oakland’s
13th District, Sue Caro is also a potential John
Kasich delegate to the GOP National Convention.

EPISODE 23 | In most years, the California Republican State Convention is a sleepy affair, but certainly not this year. Republican presidential contenders Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich are coming to Burlingame this weekend to begin the final stretch toward the big June 7 California primary.

To kickoff coverage of the GOP state convention, former Alameda County Republican Party chair and 13th Congressional District candidate Sue Caro joins the program this week to talk about the local search by presidential hopefuls for locating loyal delegates to the national convention in Cleveland this summer.

Caro also lays out her vision for the congressional district long dominated by Rep. Barbara Lee, one of the most progressive members of Congress. In the interview, Caro describes Lee as ineffective for the district and merely a “symbol of a certain kind of thought process.”

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Categories: Alameda County Republican Party, Barbara Lee, CA13, CAGOP, California GOP Convention, Catharine Baker, congress, delegates, East Bay Citizen Podcast, John Kasich, Sue Caro, Ted Cruz

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