Leadership with a Passion for California

My name is James P. Bradley and I am running to be your next Congressman in the great 33rd District of California. I am not a politician! I am a father, a Coast Guard veteran and a Senior Executive who is tired of seeing the last four decades of Democrat control destroy our State! It is my passion to find solutions to growing problems. I’ve lived in this State since 1982, served under President Ronald Reagan in the U.S. Coast Guard protecting the waters and coasts from drug and human trafficking. In this polarized World we live in now, it is my purpose to help restore our once Golden State and “Re-Unite” the United States of America.

We hope to spend some time reading the statistics, and understand my platform. To take back our state it takes an outsider or a team of outsiders to believe in this State and our Country enough to restore it. As your next Congressman, I will do exactly that!

‘There is no more neutrality in the world. You either have to be part of the solution, or you’re going to be part of the problem.’

– Eldridge Cleaver

The Rise of Socialism

Since 2014 there has been a strategic push by the Democrat Socialists of America to push Marxist ideas on our citizens promising everything from free healthcare, free college and a $15 minimum wage.

Homeless Epidemic

The direct result of these policies enforced by the Democrat leaders have led to a Homeless epidemic in California. Overpriced housing, mental health issues and most importantly welfare have led to an estimate 36,000 homeless people in California.

Massive Corruption

Over the past 30 years, legislators have engaged in schemes to enrich themselves off the back of taxpayers. Receiving payoffs to keep our borders open, to cutting side deals on the USPS postal buildings, the bullet train to nowhere and many other side deals, which enriched the politicians, while the middle class suffered.

California Demographics

Current Population: 39,747,267
Percentage of which are Citizens: 87% or 33,785,176 (-5.9M)

According to the most recent ACS (American Community Survey), the racial composition of California was:

  • White: 60.56% (Includes Hispanic)
  • Asian: 14.12%
  • Other race: 13.67%
  • Black or African American: 5.81%
  • Two or more races: 4.71%
  • Native American: 0.75%
  • Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander: 0.39%

The American Community Survey (ACS) is conducted by the US Census and sent to a portion of the population every year.

District 33 Demographics

Population: 713,625

According to Statistical Atlas, based on race and ethnicity the population is as follows:

  • White (non-Hispanic): 65.8%  (469,000)
  • Asian: 14.0%  (99,900)
  • Hispanic: 12.4%  (88,600)
  • Mixed (non-hispanic): 4.2%  (30,100)
  • Black: 2.9%  (20,500)
  • Other: 0.7% (5,145)

Age Groups:

  • Seniors (65+): 16.3%  (117,000)
  • Older Adult (40-64): 35.1%  (250,000)
  • Younger Adult (22-39): 24.2%   (173,000)
  • College Age (18-21): 5.85%  (41,700)
  • Children (0-17): 18.5%  (132,000)

Tired of Losing?

Politics as usual gets results as usual and for California Citizens after the Massacre of 2018 that looks like a one-way ticket to oblivion.

What about non carbon copy politics?

What should California Citizens do when they become tired of losing?

Let’s break that question down and look at each aspect:

  • Who do you send in to fight when you are faced with an entrenched and strong opposition?

  • Who do you send in to take down the establishment a peg or two?

  • Who do you send in who will change the tired, sour discourse of politics as usual?

  • Who do you send in who isn’t owned body and soul by special interests or lobbyists?

  • Who do you send in when Congress has been infiltrated by Socialist foreign born nationals?

  • Who do you send in when the only mission of most career politicians’ is to divide our country for their own gain?

  • Who do you send in when everyone in power is playing the same nasty game of polarization?

  • Who do you send in when our nation faces its greatest, soul-wrenching division since the Civil War?

Send in the only choice