Wednesday, June 07, 2017

1966: The GOP nominated Reagan for governor

We recalled this week that President Reagan passed away in 2004.  

Today, we remember that the California GOP nominated Ronald Reagan for governor.  

He went on to win in 1966 and reelection in 1970.

In 1976, Mr. Reagan challenged President Ford and took it to the Kansas City convention.

In 1980, Mr Reagan was elected and reelected in 1984.

We can say that it all started today in 1966.  

However, it probably really started when he delivered that great speech for Senator Goldwater in October 1964.     It was that speech that revealed Ronald Reagan's incredible ability to communicate conservative principles.





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