Zoe Lofgren seems to have lost all self-respect or respect for her office by being in office for way too long. This was evidenced by her refusing to listen to reason in inviting Steven Colbert to make a mockery of a Congressional hearing on Friday. I mean, really? It’s somewhat akin to inviting Roseann Barr to sing the National Anthem and then being surprised it went badly.
Well, there is hope for that district, in what will hopefully be a successful campaign by Dan Sahagun to take that seat from Lofgren.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Chuck DeVore, California State Assemblyman, endorses Dan Sahagun for Congress
September 27, 2010 (SAN JOSE, CA). California State Assemblyman Chuck DeVore has endorsed Daniel Sahagun for Congress representing California’s 16th Congressional District.
DeVore said, “Dan Sahagun believes in the conservative principles of small government, less government spending and constitutional principles. He is the kind of representative California needs in Washington.”
Sahagun responded, “I appreciate the endorsement of State Assemblyman DeVote; the conservative principles that we share can help make government more efficient and responsible. By working together, we can create jobs and help move our country forward.”
About Chuck DeVore
Charles S. “Chuck” DeVore (born May 20, 1962) is currently serving as a Republican member of the California State Assembly, representing the 70th District, which includes portions of Orange County. DeVore serves as Vice Chair of the Assembly Revenue and Taxation Committee and is also a member of the Joint Legislative Audit Committee and Veterans Affairs Committee.
About Dan Sahagun
Daniel Sahagun was born in Ocotlan, Jalisco, Mexico. Dan’s family legally immigrated to California and settled in Salinas, California when he was eight years old. After finishing high school and working for 6 years to help support the family, Dan enlisted in the U.S. Marines where he trained in electronics. He was honorably discharged in 1969 as a Sergeant E5 and started his electronics career at Information Storage Systems, which became a division of Univac in Cupertino, CA in 1970.
After working for the company for a year, Dan was transferred to Virginia and later Europe to start up a new customer support division overseas. He later became a Field Engineering Manager for Memorex in Latin America, Asia, and Canada. Receiving his AA in Business Administration, Dan moved on to become Vice President of Customer Services for Valid Logic Systems in the Silicon Valley. In 1995, he branched out to start his own computer company for the next three years. From 2003 to 2006 he worked for Synopsys and PathScale, both high performance hardware and software companies. His experience in both hardware and software companies has given him a solid knowledge of the needs of Silicon Valley. Dan began working in his current position as a Customer Relations manager for Sonic Automotive at Honda of Stevens Creek in 2007. Dan will bring some solid skills as a negotiator and a variety of world wide experiences to Washington.
Dan has a long way to go, and can use your help.