Honor Robson for Assembly in the 70th District

Honor Robson was the Libertarian Candidate for California’s 33rd State Senate District in 2016 and with very little time, money or name recognition she garnered almost 50,000 votes (22%) in the November General Election.  Although she didn’t win she was able to make a strong showing and is planning to build on that success in her campaign for California State Assembly in 2018!  She is doing this because she’s tired of “business as usual” in Sacramento where the career politicians are in it for themselves and their donors rather than the residents of the state that put them in office.

Honor has always been involved in her community and she knows that when she’s elected to the State Assembly she will have the opportunity to bring a fresh viewpoint to the legislature. As a Libertarian she is in a unique position to work with members on both sides of the traditional “aisle". She will take advantage of this by bringing the voice and needs of her community and leveraging it into policies that will better the economic and educational climate and improve the state’s failing infrastructure for not only her district but and all of California. 

Honor will bring practical and logical Free Market solutions which will give all Californians the opportunity to thrive without government intervening in all aspects of their lives. Please support her so that we can finally bring Honor to California politics and donate today!

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    A Bit More about Honor

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    Since I am not a politician and haven’t been in the public eye, I thought I would take this opportunity to introduce myself and tell you a little about me.

    My name is Honor Robson, although I’ve been called “Mimi” since before I was born as Honor is also my mother and grandmother’s name. I grew up in Southern California; moving to Santa Monica when I was 7 years old. My parents divorced when I was nine and my mother, a licensed vocational nurse, worked two jobs to insure that my little brother and I could continue receiving the excellent education of the Santa Monica school system; Santa Monica Unified was one of the best school districts in the country at that time. Seeing my mom work so hard for her kids taught me that anything is possible if you put your mind to it.

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