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Website shows shared values of both Trump and Hadley, including poor records on the environment and reproductive rights

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CONTACT: Mike Shimpock, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

In a pattern that has become his signature move in Sacramento, Republican Assemblyman David Hadley has once again shown how afraid he is to take real stand.. In this case, his indecision in the Presidential race is really just a mask hiding the truth: that he actually politically agrees with much of what Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump stands for. As the website www.Hadleytrump.com shows, their shared values includes positions that are clearly too extreme for the South Bay, including Hadley’s 17 percent rating from Planned Parenthood, his opposition to clear air regulations and support of fracking.

Does the South Bay rally need a representative in Sacramento who won’t vote for Hillary Clinton because he secretly agrees with Donald Trump and all of his extreme positions?

“If Hadley was the moderate, independent as he claims he is, he would have no problem voting for Hillary Clinton to protect the voters against the real threat to our republic: Donald Trump. He would have no problem voting against a candidate who regularly spews rhetoric that is both racist and xenophobic. David Hadley needs to do what many other logical Republicans are now doing to keep our country safe: Vote for Hillary Clinton. But because he secretly agrees all that Donald Trump stands for, he chooses to hide and yet again make another one of his classic indecisions.”

Hadley’s failure to take a real stand in the Presidential race is just another example of how out-of-touch he is with this moderate, bipartisan district:

  • Repeatedly voted against funding for our schools
  • Voted in lockstep with his extremist Republican colleagues against laws to protect our beaches and air from pollution and oil spills
  • Refused to support “one person, one vote” protections for voters
  • Took $25,000 from the oil companies and opposed clean air regulations
  • Voted with Republicans to cut Health Insurance for children
  • Opposed health care funding for patients suffering from AIDS/HIV

Republican David Hadley was elected by a 0.5% margin in the lowest turnout election in recorded California history with the aid of nearly $1 million in donations from a single billionaire, and has repeatedly voted against the interests of his moderate, bipartisan district.

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