Tony Strickland Discusses His Platform For The US House Of Representatives

State Senator Tony Strickland, Republican candidate for the US House of Representatives from the 26th Congressional District

Tony Strickland is our Senator in the California Assembly.

Tony was first elected to the California State Assembly in 1998.

Tony made his mark during the energy crisis of 2001 by filing a lawsuit against then-Governor Gray Davis on behalf of energy ratepayers.

Locally, Tony has been a Board Member of the Ventura County Council Boy Scouts of America, an Advisory Committee Member of Food Share, and an Honorary Board Member of the Moorpark Boys & Girls Club, in addition to being active in numerous civic, business and church organizations throughout Ventura County.

Tony received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Whittier College.

Tony lives in Moorpark with his wife and two children.

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