Paul's Mission
  • To defend individual rights and freedoms.
  • To promote the value of personal responsibility for actions.
  • To reduce the burdens of government on people.
  • To reinforce the individual's right to define their own life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness.

Declaration of Candidacy

Paul filed his Declaration of Candidacy today and took the Oath of Office at the Santa Cruz County Registrar of Voters.

With the help of fellow Libertarians Paul received the required number of Signature-in-Lieu and Nomination petition signatures to qualify without paying filing fees.

Reducing the Size of Government

There has been a lot of talk recently about fiscal responsibility, but most of the talk has been meaningless rhetoric. While it has taken many years to get where we are, it will also take many years to undo the intrusions, waste, and burdens of our federal government.

State of the Union

While not by any means covering everything here are a few things I noted in the State of the Union address by President Obama last evening.

Paul receives Santa Clara LP endorsement

Saturday, January 23, 2010, Paul Lazaga received the endorsement of the Libertarian Party of Santa Clara County http://www.scclp.org/ at their Annual Convention.

Paul elected to Libertarian Party of San Mateo Judicial Committee

Paul was elected to the Judicial Committee of the Libertarian Party of San Mateo County by unanimous vote at their Annual Meeting today, January 21, 2010, in Belmont, CA.

Response to the CALM Act (H.R. 1084) - Censorship!

The CALM Act (Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation) drafted by Anna Eshoo, my presumed upcoming opponent, and passed last month highlight what she thinks if of high importance to the citizens of her district and country. This bill, from what is mentioned in her own statement, (http://eshoo.house.gov/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=695&Ite...) "The CALM Act is an easy fix for a tremendous nuisance.

Signature Drive

The Signature-in-Lieu of fee and Nomination drive officially began January 4th, 2010. This allows Paul to be on the ballot for the June primary and with enough signatures reduces or eliminates the fees involved.

To become involved contact or office and/or download the petition. The deadline for Paul to get his partitions in to the various county Registrar of Voters is February 25th.

Also available here are the petitions for Kennita Watson, Board of Equalization, Ray Bell, 21st Assembly District, and TJ Campbell 22nd Assembly District.

Libertarian Party of Santa Clara County - 2010 Annual Convention

Schedule of Events:

11:30am Registration
11:45am Lunch
12:45pm Convention Business Session (plus, we have a speaker: Brian Holtz, who is on the Purissima Hills Water District Board of Directors)
3:45pm Convention Adjourns

Location: Hong Fu Restaurant 20588 Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino, CA

(This is in the western portion of the shopping center on the SW corner of Stevens Creek Blvd and De Anza Blvd).

See www.scclp.org for more information.

Paul receives endorsement

Thursday, December 17, 2009, Paul Lazaga received the endorsement of the Libertarian Party of San Mateo County (www.lpsm.org) at their Central Committee Meeting.

Paul announces his intention to run for office

"When in the course of human events...."
These few words and the ones that followed it are what drove Paul into becoming a public figure. That and a phone call from the Libertarian Party of California (www.ca.lp.org).

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