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June 7, 2016 — California Primary Election
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June 7, 2016 —California Primary Election

United States of America — American Independent Party — ” Robert Ornelas, Candidate for President

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Robert Ornelas

American Independent
Community Outreach Specialist, Entertainer, Pastor, Activist
7,164 votes (17%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Creating Jobs- by reducing and enforcing regulations holistically; taking into consideration the differences between small businesses, big businesses, rural, and industrial.
  • Improving Education- increasing the proficiency rates in math and English in public schools by allowing parents and students to chose their preferred schools and encouraging more charter schools.
  • Strong Military- by stopping current downsizing and changing perception that military is a political bargaining chip. American public should always trust that we will support our current, past, and future troops without making it a political issue.



Profession:Community Outreach Specialist, Entertainer, Pastor, Activist
Founder, S.O.G. Crew (1999–current)
Founder, Elite TV (2008–current)
Founder, S.O.G. Media & Promotions (2007–current)
Newscaster, Office of the President of Burundi (2011–2011)
Special Youth Advisor, Office of the Honorary Ambassador at Large of the Republic of Burundi (2010–2010)


New Creation Outreach Pastoral License (2003)

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