The Signal
Mike Garcia
April 15, 2020

“Congress needs to stop the games and help American small business now.

“Our small businesses and their employees are in desperate need of money and certainty.

“What they don’t need is political posturing for a far-left liberal agenda, but that is what we continue seeing from Nancy Pelosi in Washington as businesses and their employees practically beg for help during this difficult time…

“We are talking about local businesses of all stripes. You likely know someone who either owns a small business or someone who works at one or both — guaranteed you patronize one or many that are fighting for survival. 

“Due to the overwhelming requests, an extension of funding is needed very soon in order to keep those businesses alive….

“Unfortunately, Nancy Pelosi is once again holding up these necessary funds for pet projects.

“What makes this blockade even more troubling is this round of funding goes to a program already agreed to and approved by the speaker herself.

“The bottom line is small business is the backbone of our American economy. They need help, they need certainty and they need it yesterday.

“Californians are already struggling under the pressure of high taxes…. 

“…It’s time to set aside partisanship and pet projects and pass funding for the Paycheck Protection Program.”

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Mike Garcia believes in a strong national defense and is a pro-business, pro-taxpayer, political outsider with nearly 20 years of service to this country as one of the first Super Hornet strike fighter pilots in the Navy and is a highly decorated US Naval Officer.  Garcia is a first-generation American whose father immigrated to the US in 1959 and has lived in the 25th district for nearly all of his life.  Garcia lives in Santa Clarita with his wife and two sons. He was named to the National Republican Congressional Committee’s Young Guns program as one of the top GOP candidates in the country.
 The 25th district encompasses the cities of Santa Clarita, Simi Valley, Palmdale, Lancaster and the northern part of the San Fernando Valley.  The median income is $76,866 and the ethnic breakdown is 45.8% White, 8% Black, 7.7% Asian and 35.3% Hispanic.  
To learn more about Mike and his campaign for Congress, visit