My First Two Days as a Presidential Candidate
Well, yesterday's filing at the FEC could not have gone better. Several reporters covered it, including LA's La Opinion. We captured it for a CNN iReport for producer Chris Morrow CLICK HERE and filmmaker extraordinaire John Keitel took the redeye out from LA to record the historic day.
Our new Communications Director, Rina Shah was incredible and was very busy with media requests. Our first-day-on-the-job UCSD intern Matt Hammond was a big help, too.
We went from the FEC to CBS News (see below) where I was interviewed for 20 minutes by CBS Congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes! CLICK HERE
I ended the day speaking to the Washington DC chapter of the Log Cabin Republican Club. This morning I did a remote interview from CNN Studios in Washington that went live on FOX News Channel 40 in Sacramento.
I'm in New York now until Sunday with lots more activities including an NPR interview tomorrow morning and the Alan Colmes FOX radio show tomorrow night. Off to New Hampshire on Sunday for the rest of the week.
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