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|California Republican Party|
|Chairman||Tom Del Beccaro|
|Senate leader||Robert Dutton|
|Assembly leader||Connie Conway|
|Headquarters||1903 Magnolia Blvd.
Burbank, CA 91506
|National affiliation||Republican Party|
|Official colors||Red (unofficial)|
|Seats in the Upper House|
|Seats in the Lower House|
|Politics of the United States
The California Republican Party (CRP) is the California affiliate of the United States Republican Party. The party chairman is Tom Del Beccaro and is based in Burbank, California, a suburb of Los Angeles. The CRP also has a headquarters in Sacramento. It is a minority party in its state.
The party looks to enhance economic prosperity within the state, cut taxes, and eliminate government waste. The CRP is active throughout the entire state of California and is the majority party in many counties. The party also prides itself on "providing common sense solutions to the most troubling issues." 
|Frank F. Merriam||1928–1930|
|Louis B. Mayer||1932–1933|
|Arthur W. Carlson||1946–1948|
|Thomas W. Caldecott||1954–1956|
|George W. Milias||1958–1960|
|Michael B. Montgomery||1977–1979|
|Tirso del Junco||1981–1983|
|Tirso del Junco||1993–1995|
|Michael J. Schroeder||1997–1999|
|George "Duf" Sundheim||2003–2007|
|Tom Del Beccaro||2011–present|
Agriculture- The Republican Party supports the most efficient means of water usage among the state’s farmers and ranchers. The party advocates for the development of desalination plants and recycled water.
Crime and justice- The government’s job is to protect the welfare of the people and create fair and just laws in society. The party advocates victim’s rights because the victim is just as important as the offender in a crime. Overcrowding is a major issue that should be solved by the creation of both private and public prisons. The Republican Party also supports the use of Capital punishment for heinous crimes.
Economy- “We believe people make better decisions than government. Free enterprise should be the guiding force, not government regulation.” Republicans call for a cut on unnecessary spending in order to create government infrastructure that will boost the economy.
Education- All legal children have the right to a first-class education. Parents and local school boards should be the regulators of the education system. Safety is the number one priority of the children in the classroom setting. The party also contends that quality educators should be rewarded with incentives.
Family values- Marriage should be between one man and one woman. Additionally, the two-parent family is the ideal situation to raise children. Homosexuality or an “alternative” lifestyle should not be required to be taught by educators. The party is also against same-sex partner benefits as well as having custody of children.
Immigration- The party contends that the state of California is rich in the history of immigration and welcomes all legal immigrants. English should be mandatory in the workplace and all immigrants should be required to learn the language. Illegal aliens should be deported if they engage in criminal activity.
Right to life- The party supports laws that protect the life of an unborn child. Also, the Supreme Court decision of Roe v. Wade should be reversed. Physician assisted suicide and euthanasia are not supported by the party.
Taxes and government spending- The party is against the high taxes in the state and believes the government spends too much. California residents should not bear the burden of paying high taxes and the government should prioritize its spending. Welfare should be taken away from those who can work but refuse to do so. Reasonable work requirements should be set in place in order to regulate welfare recipients. Illegal immigrants shall not receive any assistance from the state. 
The following is a list of Republican statewide, federal, and legislative officeholders beginning in 2011:
None. Both of California U.S. Senate seats have held by Democrats since 1992. John F. Seymour was the last Republican to represent California in the U.S. Senate. Appointed in 1991 by Pete Wilson who resigned his Class I Senate seat because he was elected governor in 1990, Seymour lost the 1992 special election to determine who will serve the remainder of the term expiring in 1995. Pete Wilson was also the last Republican elected to represent California in the U.S. Senate in 1988, and the last Republican to represent California for a full term in the U.S. Senate from 1983 to 1989.
Out of the 53 seats California is apportioned in the U.S. House of Representatives, 19 are held by Republicans:
Of California's ten largest cities, three have Republican mayors in 2011: