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November 8, 2016 — Elección General de California

Asamblea Estatal de CaliforniaCandidato para Distrito 18

Photo de Roseann Slonsky-Breault

Roseann Slonsky-Breault

Propietario de pequeña empresa
23,273 votos (13%)
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Mis 3 prioridades principales

  • Crear más empleos alentando que más negocios regresen a California con menos regulaciones sobre las empresas y menores impuestos para liberar el potencial de los empresarios.
  • Hacer que fluya de nuevo el agua al Valle Central y proporcionar más almacenamiento de agua en todo el estado para garantizar que los californianos tengan suficiente agua para las sequías futuras.
  • Seguridad pública, aumentar el número de policías, brindarles las herramientas que necesitan y el APOYO para realizar su trabajo para proteger a los ciudadanos.



Profesión:Gerente de proyectos y mercadotecnia creativa, instructor adjunto universitario, propietario de pequeña empresa
Gerente creativo de marca en la industria textil/de fibras, dueña de propie, Dupont Fibers, JP Stevens, Klopman Mills. También instructora adjunta en la universidad/colegios comunitarios y del Fashion Institute of Design and Me (1970–actual)
Elegido por votación para un cargo a través de una elección pública., Miembro electo del Partido Republicano del condado de Alameda. — Cargo elegido (2008–actual)
Miembros del 18.° Distrito de asamblea, también Presidenta electa del, Partido Republicano del condado de Alameda — Cargo elegido (2008–actual)
Gerente de mercadotecnia creativa, instructor adjunto universitario, propie, DuPont Fibers, JPStevens & Company, Colegios Comunitarios de California y FIDM, administrador de propiedades/empresa familiar. (1970–2004)


University of Delaware Licenciatura en Ciencias/empresa e industria del vestido, Diseño de modas, mercadotecnia creativa, textiles y fibra, historia de la ropa, derecho mercantil, química, orador públi (1970)
University of Delaware Licenciatura en Ciencias/empresa e industria del vestido, Mercadotecnia creativa, textiles y fibra, historia de la ropa, derecho mercantil, química, orador público (1970)
University of Delaware Licenciatura en, especialidad en Prendas de vestir en las empresas y la industria. Creación de marcas de diseño de moda (1970)

Actividades comunitarias

Member& volunteer, Immediate past President , BOD Membership Chairman , California Federation ope Republican Women , BOD National Federation of Republican Women (2007–current)


I decided to run for office because too many California families are being denied the promise of the Califronia and American Dream.  My Grandparents came to America with nothing but the desire and willingness to work hard and provide a better life for thier children and grandchildren. My parents did better in spite of the fact that they came of age during the Depression and had to quit school .  The proudest day in my parent's life was the day I graduated from the University of Delaware, because my success was the embodiment of my grandparents Dreams! My story is the story of so many who have made Califronia Exceptional ! Unfortunatly too many parents today see thisdream slipping away and  realize that their children will not have the same opportunities as they did.  We cannot let that  happen and I want to make a change in Sacramento!  

I have been active in the Republican Party since 2007, on the state level and as a members of the Alameda County Republican Party since 2007, including being elected the Chairrman of the ACRP in 2011.    I am very active in the California Federation of Republican Women and National Federation of Republican Women.  I am currently the Immediate Past President for California and  I am a member of the Board of Directors of the National Federation as Chaiman of the NFRW  Membership Committee.

 I support less regulation on bussinesses so we can bring more jobs back to Clifornia, I also support lower taxes for businesses and hard working families.  I am a very strong proponent of school vouchers & charter schools so all children have the opportunity to suceed. A good education is the gateway to a better future. I  believe education and economic growth is the key to component to Crime reduction!  

  Please go to my website for more infromation:  




Preguntas y Respuestas

Preguntas de The League of Women Voters of California Education Fund and California Counts, a public media collaboration. (6)

Climate changes and the continuing drought worry many in California. What new strategies do you believe would ensure that California is able to both satisfy its water needs and protect the environment? Please be specific. 
Respuesta de Roseann Slonsky-Breault:

California is in a water crisis.  We cannot always rely on Mother nature.!

When we have a strong wet winter season more than half the of the water goes out to the ocean. We need to build more storage across Califronia so we can be prepared for future droughts whether the drought is made by nature or  a manmade drought!  We must get water flowing to the central valley again.  It is a shame to see the demise of the agricurtural industry in the central valley.

Water is the life blood for civilization. The farmers in California provide food for California, our country and the world .  It is a sin that the farmers are denied the water they need!!!!

The lack of water is also  destroying jobs, farmers are losing their family farms and the most fertile land in the country is turning into a desert!   

Many Californians are concerned about the influence of money in politics. What can the state legislature do to ensure that decision-making by elected officials is not swayed by moneyed interests at the expense of constituents?
Respuesta de Roseann Slonsky-Breault:

The problem is we have too many career politicians and they know how to manipulate the system which includes more money !   Politicians  stay in their position until they lose an election  or termed out and even then they go and run for a seat in another office.   We need more term limits but done in a way that if the are termed out or lose an election "they need to wait a few years before they can run for another office."

It is almost impossible for someone new to have an opportuntity to run for a seat in any office. It would be nice if some new candidates had an oppoetunty to run and win. They might bring innovative and  fresh ideas and better solutions to our problems .  

There are a variety of proposals to raise California's minimum wage. Many of these proposals face opposition from business groups who are concerned that they would kill jobs. Do you support increasing the minimum wage in California?  In your answer please explain your position on the relationship between wages and jobs with specific reference to the situation in your district. 
Respuesta de Roseann Slonsky-Breault:

I support and endorse the idea that everyone deserves an opportunity to succeed and all people deserve a fair wage. However I do not agree with the $15 minimum wage law signed by Gov. Brown.

It adversely impacts businesses and will most certainly cause significant job loss and also make it less likely that young people will find employment.  Small businesses are the back bone of our local economy and require the freedom to operate their business. The business owner knows better about how to run their business than the politicians.  


What are your top three fiscal priorities, recognizing the need to balance the state’s income with its spending?
Respuesta de Roseann Slonsky-Breault:


California's budget relies on "Boom " cycles where the richest among us pay a huge portion of the taxes. This is not sound policy and makes budgeting difficult and lacking exactness . 

We need to restructure the Pension funds in California. For decades California public employee pensions funds have not been properly funded.  This cannot continue!

The bullet train needs to be stopped in its tracks! It is already way over budget and major construction has not even started. We could use this money more wisely such as fixing our infrastructure

and providing lower income familes opportunities for a better future for their children with school vouchers, charter schools , etc. Every child should have the opportunity to have a better future!

If elected, what solutions do you propose to deal with the high cost of living in the Bay Area?
Respuesta de Roseann Slonsky-Breault:

California is not business friendly with too many regulations and too high a tax rate. Too many businesses are leaving California. We need less regulations on business and on hard working families.

With more job opportunities hard working families in California can have a better future. 

The state needs to live within it's means and stop raising taxes on hard working families.



What steps are needed to improve region-wide transportation planning and the growing traffic congestion?
Respuesta de Roseann Slonsky-Breault:

We need to improve our infrastructure , build better roads.  We should build more housing closer to public transit.  I notice that in my area  CalTrans is changing the roads and making more

bike lanes leaving less road space for cars, and creating more congestion than we already have!  I personally don't think bikes belong on congested urban roads!

We also need to build one more bridge across the San Francisco Bay. Traffic across the Bay bridge has become incredibly congested!   A bridge from near San Leandro to  South San Francisco area would help ease some of the traffic  destined  to bypass San Francisco. 

I realize this would take quite a few years but  with more people moving to the Bay Area there will be even more cars in the future.  We should start to prepare now! 

¿Quién proporcionó dinero a este candidato?


Dinero total recaudado: $9,239

Principales contribuyentes que dieron dinero para apoyar al candidato, por organización:

Employees of Gellert & Associates
Employees of Mome
Employees of Rockledge Associates
Employees of Rosemary Hernandez, ZA
Employees of Bluy CPA
Employees of Dhillon Law

Más información acerca de contribuciones

Por estado:

California 98.53%
Nevada 1.47%

Por tamaño:

Contribuciones grandes (73.60%)
Contribuciones pequeñas (26.40%)

Por tipo:

De organizaciones (0.00%)
De individuos (100.00%)
Fuente: Análisis de datos de la Secretaría del Estado de California de MapLight.

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