Why You Should Join
Over the last 20 years, New Majority has built a reputation as one of the premier political organizations in California. Our unique structure allows us to participate actively in local, state, and national politics and attract high-profile speakers on a frequent basis.
Our proven track record of success includes helping elect influential leaders, building valuable relationships in the early stages of a leader’s development, blocking tax increases, and funding successful ballot initiatives.
Our members are leaders in business, technology, philanthropy, and the public sector. This unique mix of individuals brings a variety of perspectives to a shared common interest in politics.
The camaraderie among our members is second to none. Members form relationships that last a lifetime.
We work with the best political consultants in the nation to ensure our political giving is focused on the areas where it matters most.
Having access to high-caliber political consultants allows members access to information that isn’t always privy to the general public. This allows for better strategic decision making and stewardship of resources.
Help us make California golden again by joining today.
2017–2018 NMOC Strategic Priorities
Regain 1/3 Republican seats in both houses of the California State Legislature.
To block the Democrat’s Supermajority, we must work with TEAMCAL, the Legislative Leadership, and the California Republican Party to identify and support targeted races, and to regain one-third Republican seats in the State Legislature.
Support the best Republican 2018 Gubernatorial candidate.
It is essential that the GOP has a strong contender. If a candidate makes the “top-two,” it will also help turn out voters for lower-ticket races.
Promote candidates and initiatives that reflect a pro-business agenda, and defeat any future tax increases.
With the Democrat’s Supermajority, New Majority’s goal is to promote a probusiness agenda and protect Californians from any future tax increases. The focus for New Majority Orange County (NMOC) will be to assist any candidates or coalition groups in defeating these efforts.
Focus on recruiting new members to New Majority Orange County.
All members double-down and continue engaging potential new members. The more individuals New Majority has involved, the more the organization can maximize efforts in supporting its mission and priorities.
Partner with other organizations to improve voter registration and diversify the party.
Work with coalition groups such as the California Republican Party, Republican Party of Orange County, and others in an effort to increase Republican voter registration, as well as expand participation with ethnic, millennial, and female voters.
Participate in federal races we can win.
The New Majority California Federal PAC will actively participate in federal races where Republicans can win and continue to protect the majority margins in the House and U.S. Senate. The FedPAC will also continue to work directly with the National Republican Congressional Committee and the National Republican Senatorial Committee to identify targeted races throughout the nation with increased emphasis on protecting the GOP incumbents in vulnerable seats.
Board of Directors
- Zee Allred
- Joni Alter
- Amb. George L. Argyros
- Lisa Argyros
- Mari Barke
- Daniel J. Callahan
- Steven L. Craig
- Donald E. Garcia
- Dave Hanna
- Michael K. Hayde
- Paul Hernandez
- Larry Higby
- David Horowitz
- Cary Hyden
- David Krajanowski
- Tom Larkin
- General William Lyon
- Tom McKernan
- Norman Metcalfe
- Trish O’Donnell
- Steve Prough
- Lucy Rawlins
- Richard Reisman
- Todd Rustman
- Thomas E. Tucker
George W. Bush, President of the United States
Dick Cheney, Vice President of the United States
Mike Pence, Vice President of the United States
Nikki Haley, United States Ambassador to the United Nations
Rick Perry, United States Secretary of Energy 2016
Jeb Bush, Former Governor of Florida
Ben Carson, Neurosurgeon
Chris Christie, Governor of New Jersey
Ted Cruz, U.S. Senator from Texas
Carly Fiorina, Former CEO of Hewlett-Packard
Lindsey Graham, U.S. Senator from South Carolina
Mike Huckabee, Former Governor of Arkansas
Bobby Jindal, Former Governor of Louisiana
John Kasich, Governor of Ohio
Marco Rubio, U.S. Senator from Florida
George Pataki, Former Governor of New York
Scott Walker, Governor of Wisconsin
Doug Ducey, Governor of Arizona
Susana Martinez, Governor of New Mexico
Mitt Romney, Former Governor of Massachusetts
Brian Sandoval, Governor of Nevada
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Former Governor of California
Mitch McConnell, U.S. Senate Majority Leader from Kentucky
Kelly Ayotte, Former U.S. Senator from New Hampshire
Richard Burr, U.S. Senator from North Carolina
John Cornyn, U.S. Senator from Texas
Debra Fischer, U.S. Senator from Nebraska
Jeff Flake, U.S. Senator from Arizona
Orrin Hatch, U.S. Senator from Utah
Dean Heller, U.S. Senator from Nevada
John McCain, U.S. Senator from Arizona
Lisa Murkowski, U.S. Senator from Alaska
Pat Roberts, U.S. Senator from Kansas
John Sununu, Former U.S. Senator from New Hampshire
John Thune, U.S. Senator from South Dakota
Pat Toomey, U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania
U.S. House of Representatives
Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House from Wisconsin
Kevin McCarthy, House Majority Leader from California
Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Chair, House Republican Conference from Washington
John Boehner, Former Speaker of the House from Ohio
Newt Gingrich, Former Speaker of the House from Georgia
Ken Calvert, Congressman from California
Jeff Denham, Congressman from California
Duncan Hunter, Jr., Congressman from California
Darrell Issa, Congressman from California
Mia Love, Congresswoman from Utah
Michael McCaul, Congressman from Texas
Ed Royce, Congressman from California
Lee Terry, Congressman from Nebraska
David Valadao, Congressman from California
Mimi Walters, Congresswoman from California
Charlie Cook, Political Analyst
Hugh Hewitt, Radio Host
Joel Kotkin, Author and University Professor
Bill Kristol, Editor of The Weekly Standard
Frank Luntz, Political Pollster
Micheal Medved, Radio Host
Dick Morris, Political Commentator
Dana Perino, Former White House Press Secretary
Dennis Prager, Radio Host
Karl Rove, Political Commentator
George Skelton, Political Columnist
Dan Walters, Political Columnist
Rudy Giuliani, Former Mayor of New York City
Ari Flesicher, Former White House Press Secretary
Ben Stein, Best Selling Author & Emmy Award Winning Actor
Nigel Farage, UK Independence Party Leader