Adrian Galysh for State Senator

District 20, San Fernando Valley

 

News & Upcoming Events





October 21, 2010 - Adrian’s new campaign commercials will start airing on Time Warner Cable. Keep an eye out for them on Fox News, and HGTV.















October 17, 12n - Adrian will be attending the San Fernando City Street Fair, and Sherman Oaks Street Fair.


September 18, 9pm - Placing campaign signs throughout SFV


June 20, 2010 - Adrian wins primary read press release here: Candidacy Press Release Primary Win.pdf


March 30, 2010: Citizens for California Reform has officially endorsed Adrian Galysh’s run for Ca. State Senate, District 20. Together, they will work to downsize Sacramento. Please visit: www.reformcal.com for more information.


March 16, 2010 - Adrian is featured in the Los Angeles Daily News, click here.

Albert Einstein once said, “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and over again and expecting different results”.

Welcome_files/Contribution%20Form.pdf

Countdown to election day, Nov. 2, 2010

Click here for contribution formWelcome_files/Contribution%20Form_1.pdfWelcome_files/Fundraising%20Letter.pdfshapeimage_2_link_0

*Paid for by Elect Adrian Galysh For State Senate 2010

Campaign Merch!

Click Here!

A Revolutionary Return to Common Sense

Request a yard sign now!

Are you tired of higher taxes, out of control government spending, and poorly performing public schools? Then why keep casting the same vote?


You know that California’s government and economy are in dire straits. Both the Republican gover-nator, and the Democratic-controlled legislature have proved themselves incapable of managing the state budget, let alone providing basic government services efficiently, but most of all, California’s government has a horrible spending problem, with little to show for their $600 billion debt.


Besides reducing taxes and greatly cutting government spending, I will focus on providing increased competition in:


  1. 1.Public services.

  2. 2.Education: Californians should have their public funds returned as a voucher, or a tax deduction, so they are empowered to make education choices for their own children.

  3. 3.Healthcare: I will work to repeal all the state laws that restrict choice in consumer’s insurance policy options, and make all medical expenses deductible on your state income tax return.




Still Expecting Different Results?


When the Los Angeles Lakers play the Clippers, the rivalry is intense. But no one tries to picture it as a battle for the future of California. It's just a basketball game.


When the Republicans face the Democrats, the rivalry is even more intense. The politicians try to make us think California will survive or die depending on the outcome — when in fact it's just as much a game as a basketball contest.


No matter who's elected Governor, no matter who's elected State Senator, government is going to get bigger, more intrusive, and more expensive.


If you voted Libertarian, you at least know you didn't endorse big government.


It may seem that you have to vote for the lesser of evils among the major-party candidates. But since California government spending grew just as rapidly with Arnold Schwarzeneggar as Governor as it did with Grey Davis, and since the Republican State Senators expanded government at the same speed as the Democratic State Senators, it's obvious that your vote didn’t change anything.


There is no lesser of evils between the two major parties.


Your vote achieves only one thing: It tells the people you voted for that you love big government – that there's no program they can support that's so bad that you won't vote for them anymore. Your vote provided a big boost for big government.


Is that what you wanted?


I didn’t think so. There is an alternative.