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June 7, 2016 — California Primary Election
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Contra Costa County Republican Party — Republican PartyCandidate for Central Committee, District 5

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Patty O'Day

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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Register Republican Voters
  • Recruit, Train and Elect Republican Candidates to Local, County, State, and Federal Offices
  • Hold elected officials accountable for their votes and actions



Cal State University of Long Beach Bachelor of Science, Public Accounting (1984)


I am a Veteran of the United States Air Force.  I have worked as an Accountant for the same company since 1987.  I have been volunteering for Republicans in every election since 2002.  In 2004 I was the Veterans for Bush Chair for Contra Costa County Republicans.  In 2006 I was the Contra Costa Republican Party Volunteer of the Year.  In 2008 I was the CD 10 Chair for the Rudy Giuliani for President campaign.  In 2009, I was the California Republican Party Volunteer of the Year.  While a Member of the Contra Costa Republican Party, I served in many capacities including "Petition Chair", "Volunteer Chair", and "Voter Registration Chair".  

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

I believe the mission of the Contra Costa Republican Party is to be the grassroots volunteers to get Republicans elected to local, state and federal positions.  We need to be registering Republican Voters, recruiting, training and electing Republicans.  We do that through phone banking, precinct walking, voter registration booths, and educating the public.

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