TPCC General Session
What Would a Trump California Look Like and How Do We Get There?
Saturday, February 25
Sacramento Convention Center
Second Floor - Room 202 (click here for map)
Open to the Public - No Admission Necessary
The Trump Wave stopped short at the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Governor Jerry Brown and California Democrats are in full rebellion against the Conservative restoration sweeping America. But liberty is far from dead in the once-Golden State. How do we revive it?
Come hear from some of California's Conservative leaders who have some ideas!
Kimberlin Brown is a true renaissance woman. Best know as popular villainess Sheila Carter on CBS’s multi award winning international soap operas, “The Young and the Restless” and “The Bold and the Beautiful,” she is now a successful business woman and passionate political activist.
Kimberlin also had long term rolls on daytime’s “Port Charles,” “One Life To Live” and most recently on “All My Children.”
Most recently Kimberlin has engaged in yet another passion, political activism. As a proud American and Republican, she was a prime time featured speaker at the Republican Convention in Ohio following Dr. Ben Carson. She fervently spoke about small business and women in business. She is a member of California Business Women for Trump.
“I feel the need to speak out publicly for my children and their future. We’re expected to leave a better America to our youth as was left to us.”
Kimberlin enjoys skiing, boating, golfing, shooting, gardening and most importantly, spending time with family. She spends her free time actively involved in charity work including The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and Susan G. Komen Foundation through American Airlines Celebrity Events and The Blue Angels Foundation benefiting wounded warriors. Most notably and demonstrating her true hands on spirit, she has twice been a bone marrow donor. She has never met either recipient but has been told they are both doing well.
Kimberlin, a California native, lives with her family in San Diego, CA.
Tim Donnelly was a California State Assemblyman — serving 2 terms, and a former candidate for California Governor and US Congress. Author of AB 351, the California Liberty Preservation Act of 2013, which nullified the NDAA in California, Tim has been a staunch defender of our Civil Liberties.
Founder of the largest Minuteman chapter in California, he leveraged the media to bring national spotlight on the Federal government’s failure to enforce the border.
One of the most outspoken advocates in Sacramento for the protection of the Second Amendment, Tim's a key issue in his 2016 campaign for California’s 8th Congressional District.
Tim was a key figure for reforms protecting families in California. Donnelly called for an audit of California's Child Protective Services along with Assemblyman Mike Gatto, following the case of Sammy Nikolayev, who was removed from his parents' home after his parents wanted a second opinion regarding medical treatment. The Joint Legislative Audit Committee voted unanimously to audit CPS in three counties in the state of California on June 5. Tim also led an unsuccessful efforts to prevent or revote California's controversial transgender public bathroom law and mandatory public school vaccinations.
The Tim Donnelly Radio Show premiered on tax day, April 15, 2015 on AM 980, which ran every weekday until his 2016 run for congress.
Jon Coupal is the President of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association (HJTA). HJTA, with offices in both Los Angeles and Sacramento, is the largest taxpayers association in California with a membership of over 200,000. Founded by the late Howard Jarvis, the author of Proposition 13, HJTA’s name is synonymous with tax relief and the uncompromising defense of the California homeowner.
From 1991 to 1998, Coupal served as Director of Legal Affairs for HJTA, overseeing the organization’s litigation and lobbying efforts. He is a recognized expert in California fiscal affairs and has argued numerous tax cases before the courts. Coupal also successfully defended Proposition 140, the state’s term limit initiative, before the California Supreme Court. In 1995, he won a major ruling before the Supreme Court when it upheld the validity of Proposition 62, an HJTA sponsored initiative guaranteeing the right to vote on local taxes. He is also the principal drafter of Proposition 218, the Right to Vote on Taxes Act, a measure passed by the voters in November 1996. He has served as chairman of several initiative campaigns representing the interests of taxpayers including his most recent battle against Proposition 88, the statewide parcel tax initiative, defeated by the voters in November of 2006. Coupal is also Chairman of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayer Foundation which provides funding for taxpayer rights litigation and educational studies.
Coupal is a graduate of the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary, where he received his J.D. degree in 1982. After law school, he was an attorney with Pacific Legal Foundation for nine years, specializing in tax issues and political law. He resides in Sacramento, California with his wife Catherine, daughter Elena and son Adam.