“Sam represents the American dream with a distinct climate flair. The son of working class immigrants, he’s worked in both government and the private sector to support the clean energy revolution, from solar power to electric vehicles. We’re excited about Sam, and so are his future constituents—our in-district members overwhelmingly voted for Sam in our member survey about the primary.”
"Today is a serious blow to the America I grew up in. I entered the campaign with the firm belief that - while we have our differences in how to get there - whether you are a Republican or Democrat, you cared about the future and making sure we maintain who we are as Americans in a changing economy."
"As a resident of neighboring Fullerton, who spent much of my youth working in Brea and currently frequents numerous local establishments throughout the City, I am concerned about how defending such a clearly unconstitutional ordinance will waste taxpayer dollars and draw negative publicity to this great city."
"We may remember today as the day innovation in America began its slow death. It's not the first time government has chosen the big guys over innovators - but this is a big hit. Once again politics is catering to well-subsidized incumbents over the upstart."
"By sending Sam Jammal to Congress, Californians will have the new warrior they need to fight back and Democracy for America members couldn’t be more excited to stand with him every step of the way.” -- Jim Dean, Chair of Democracy for America
This tax vote is reason number 1 why we need to retire Ed Royce. If people like Ed stood up for families in their district instead of donors and out of district millionaires, then we wouldn’t have the Senate abuse it’s own rules to force this vote.