Archive for May, 2010
NATIONAL DEFENSE PAC HQ, Washington, DC: May 2010
Today, NATIONAL DEFENSE PAC announced their endorsement of Dr. Paul Chabot for election to the California 63rd Assembly District, NATIONAL DEFENSE PAC Chairman, Rear Admiral [Ret.] James J. Carey stated, “Paul Chabot has NATIONAL DEFENSE PAC’s full support for election to the 63rd. He served our country in the U.S. Navy, knows military hardships and dangers first hand, and is committed to keeping the promises made to our veterans when they agreed to risk their lives to face America’s enemies. Paul is who we want in the California Assembly continuing his selfless service for the people of the district. It is leaders like Paul that can bring trust and statesmanship back to our government.”
Paul Chabot is an Iraq War veteran and began his military career in 2001, serving first at the Office of Naval Intelligence, later with the Defense Intelligence Agency, in conjunction with an assignment in the Pentagon working for the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the National Military Command Center assessing immediate national security threats. He recently returned from serving in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom with Special Operations Forces. Today, Paul serves with the U.S. 3rd Fleet conducting homeland security exercises. He currently holds the rank of Lt. Commander (select), with the United States Navy Reserve.
Admiral Carey stated, “The California 63rd Assembly District has military veterans and a significant number of men and women, both active duty, guard & reserve, serving in the military today. Paul is an inspiration to all those that wish to continue to serve our country beyond their military career and he is the right person for the job. NATIONAL DEFENSE PAC intends to do all it can to help make that happen”.
Colonel (Ret.) Craig Carlson, NDPAC Executive Director, stated, “NATIONAL DEFENSE PAC has earned a reputation for endorsing winning candidates because we back men and women that have proven integrity forged in patriotic selfless military service. The American people trust our military and vote for our candidates. Our goal in 2010 is to endorse as many candidates that can meet our standard, and elect them all.”
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LT Commander Chabot(s), a former active duty special operations intelligence officer, is a leading candidate for the 63rd assembly seat currently held by Assemblyman Bill Emmerson who will step down due to term limits. Chabot resides in Rancho Cucamonga with his wife Brenda, and their three children.
For Immediate Release
Contact: Robin Haynal
Inland Empire, CA – May 3, 2010. 63rd Assembly Candidate, LT Commander (s) Paul Chabot, announces “Surge” in final weeks of campaign.
Chabot, who served in Iraq during the period known as the “Surge,” applies the same military tactic to his campaign during these final weeks to victory.
“This Saturday morning, our campaign launched a groundswell offensive to win over the hearts and minds of undecided voters. We will not take anything for granted, marching forward everyday as if it were our last until we reach victory on June 8th,” said Chabot.
The Chabot Surge began at 0700 hours on Saturday, DAY 1 with Operation Anchors Away.
Anchors Away, the first operation within the Surge brought forth an army of volunteers who put together hundreds of yard signs and then distributed them throughout the district. This true grassroots effort compiled countless number of Patriots, offering their time to build campaign signs and deliver them to the doors of voters. The Chabot Team did not outsource this job – they saved thousands of dollars by finding alternative ways to get the job done; the same tactic Chabot will apply in Sacramento when elected.
Anchors Away II, included volunteers hoisting 8 foot by 4 foot campaign signs in strategic locations throughout the district. The mobile command post was on full display this weekend transporting material and volunteers to the action.
Chabot Surge Campaign Sign “Anchors Away”
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Other operations where lead by Campaign Manager Adam Sands, Senior Advisor Brenda Chabot, Deputy Campaign Manager Anthony Garcia, Deputy Campaign Manager Karen DeAquino and Deputy Campaign Manager Keith Paterson. These operations included phone banking, precinct walking and special event planning. Special thanks to the following groups who lead precinct walks this past weekend: University of California Riverside College Republicans, Inland Empire Veterans Coalition, Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity.
Chabot personally helped build signs with the volunteers and hoisted them throughout the district during precinct walks. He thanked his staff, volunteers, fellows and interns for a job well done.
Chabot said, “I greatly appreciate our volunteers — you are the true boots-on-the-ground us military type refer to when we speak about those who are getting the job done. Without your devotion and passion, this entire effort would be for not. Thank you for standing by me – great things are happening, together we will cross that victory line and take your ideas and energy to help strengthen our conservative values in California so that we may restore our state to one in which we would all be proud to raise our families.”
On Saturday night, Chabot provided the keynote address to the Riverside Police Officers Association – annual Awards Gala. He spoke before a crowd of 300, including a number of dignitaries. Chabot spoke about the honor of being a law enforcement officer; recognized the spouses of department personnel; addressed drug cartels, gangs and dangerous policies of state mandated early prisoner release.
LT Commander Chabot (s), a former active duty special operations intelligence officer, is a leading candidate for the 63rd assembly seat currently held by Assemblyman Bill Emmerson who will step down due to term limits. Chabot resides in Rancho Cucamonga with his wife Brenda, and their three children.
Chabot to Keynote at Border Sheriffs Posse Conference on Border Security Ontario Marriott May 14 – 15
Chabot SURGE – DAY 12
For Immediate Release
Contact: Robin Haynal
Inland Empire, CA – May 12, 2010. 63rd Assembly Candidate, LT Commander(s) Paul Chabot’s Campaign Surge to Victory continues to gain ground.
Paul Chabot, a national expert on border issues was asked to keynote at Sheriffs Posse Border Conference, at the Ontario Marriott, May 14th. Chabot has a strong background in law enforcement, border issues, drug cartels and government policy.
Los Angeles Sheriff Sergeant Rich Valdemar (ret) and conference facilitator stated, “Dr. Chabot is law enforcement’s choice – hands down. We are excited he is participating in this important conference on border security.” Valdemar is a national gang expert and often seen on a number of televised programs.
Chabot will speak to the real issues affecting our border, including lack of political will, corruption, drugs and gangs.
Chabot stated, “As a resident of Rancho Cucamonga, one can see firsthand the problems that exist when local politicians turn a blind eye to illegal aliens on our street corners. Politicians are doing the same thing in Sacramento and Washington D.C. today. That collective cowardliness endangers our communities, our state and our nation. I support Arizona’s strong stand and I will fight to do the same in California. For the safety of our youth, for the future of America, we must.”
The Border Security Conference provides current de-classified intelligence from local and national experts on law enforcement issues that impact every American citizen.
The Border Security Conference will offer graphic, eye opening training on the following issues:
An inside look at the drug wars
Vulnerability of American youth
Issues confronting law enforcement along the border
Disconnect between border law enforcement and our federal government
Ritual murders of women in Juarez , Mexico
Occult worship of the cartels
Mexican military incursions into the U.S.
Alarming asylum crisis
California Candidate for State Assembly, Dr. Paul Chabot, former White House Senior Advisor for Law Enforcement, Justice and Drug Control Programs
Sheriff Arvin West, chair of Texas Border Sheriffs’ Coalition
Rusty Fleming, producer of Drug Wars: Silver or Lead
Dr. Jim Garlow, president of Renewing American Leadership and senior pastor of Skyline Church in San Diego
Sandra Morgan, R.N., M. A., Human Trafficking Task Force
Richard Valdemar, International gang expert