May 28, 2018



39th District Endorsements

“Bob Huff is the candidate who can win in November. That’s why Pelosi and the Democrats are dishonestly claiming he raised taxes.”

Connie Conway, Assembly Republican Leader (ret.)


“He’ll stand up to Nancy Pelosi and fight for our district.”

Gene Hernandez, Yorba Linda Mayor

“No work—no welfare—no nonsense”

Tom Lindsey, Yorba Linda Councilmember

“In Congress, Bob will work to end a welfare system that traps people in poverty by paying them not to work.”

Jeremy Yamaguchi, Placentia Councilmember

“In the Senate, Bob reduced his own compensation and led successful efforts in the state legislature to eliminate pay increases for politicians during times when the state had a deficit. ”

Tim Shaw, La Habra Mayor

“Bob will prioritize our budget to better take care of our Veterans.”

Ron Garcia, Brea Mayor (ret.)

“The right choice to secure the border”

Don Schweitzer, Brea Mayor (ret.)

“Bob Huff is one of the few politicians who is honest, thoughtful, and always responsive to his constituents. I always support him and will certainly do so in this race.”

Dr. Barbara Stone, CSUF Professor Emeritus


“Bob Huff has a strong record of protecting taxpayer dollars.”

Don Knabe, L.A. County Supervisor (ret.)

“Bob protected Proposition 13 and stopped billions in higher taxes.”

Carol Herrera, Diamond Bar Mayor Pro Tem

“Among the large slate of candidates, I firmly believe that Bob is the most qualified and experienced person to represent our interests in Congress.”

Jimmy Lin, Diamond Bar Councilmember

“The kind of Conservative leader we need in Congress.”

Nancy Tragarz, Walnut Mayor Pro Tem

“Bob understands and cares about issues that impact all of us. Bob has served locally as a city councilman to the highest level in the state senate. Bobwill be an excellent leader to represent us in Washington DC.”

Eric Ching, Walnut Councilmember

“Bob will work to ensure illegal immigrants who are dangerous, violent criminals are not allowed to stay in the country.”

Tom King, Walnut Mayor (ret.)

“Bob Huff has continuously demonstrated the ability to sort through all the information on a given topic, identify the key issues like buried nuggets, develop solutions and present a rational approach. “

Drexel Smith, Walnut Mayor (ret.)

“I am confident Bob has the ability to be one of the best representatives that California has ever seen.”

Martha House, Hacienda Heights
Mt. San Antonio College Trustee (ret.)

“We need someone in Washington who is familiar with problems affecting our local communities and has experience trying to solve them. That person is Bob Huff.”

Ted Ebenkamp, Rowland Heights
Community Coordinating Council President;
Walnut Valley Water District Director

“Bob Huff is a Conservative who gets results.”

Howard Vipperman,

La Habra Heights Mayor (ret.)

Lynne Ebenkamp, Rowland Heights Unified School District Trustee

Larry Redinger, Walnut Valley Unifed School District Boardmember

Ed Hilden, Walnut Valley Water District Boardmember

Joe Ruzicka, Three Valleys Municiapl Water District Boardmember

Tom Sykes, Walnut Mayor (ret.)

John Forbing, Diamond Bar Mayor (ret.)

Charles House, Hacienda Heights Community Leader

Fred Chyr, Mt. San Antonio College Trustee (ret.)


“Bob always worked hard to find solutions for our needs.”

Peter Rogers, Chino Hills Mayor

“Bob Huff is the right ally to fight for us in Washington, D.C.”

Cynthia Moran, Chino Hills Vice Mayor

“In my experience, those who lead by example are the best leaders. As our State Senator, Bob Huff reduced his own compensation and led successful efforts to eliminate pay increases for state politicians when the state government is operating at a deficit”

Ray Marquez, Chino Hills Councilmember

“Bob’s strong record on taxes earned him “A” ratings from the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association. Count on Bob to fight for Chino Hills taxpayers.”

Art Bennett, Chino Hills Councilmember

“As Senate Republican Leader, Bob Huff fought to cut waste in the Welfare system, saved the state billions of dollars and required mandatory fingerprinting of welfare recipients.”

Gwenn Norton-Perry, Chino Hills Mayor (ret.)
Gary George, Chino Councilmember


“In Congress, Bob will support a balanced budget that includes a requirement that if Members of Congress don’t pass a budget then they shouldn’t get paid.”

Dennis Hollingsworth, Senate Republican Leader (ret.)