The Draft Perry movement begins … in California 

Some have speculated that if Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels declines to enter the 2012 race, conservatives would then form a Draft Texas Gov. Rick Perry campaign. California Assemblyman Dan Logue isn’t waiting that long. He announces on FlashReport:

As a member of the California State Assembly, I led a bipartisan delegation of lawmakers that visited Austin a few weeks ago to learn why Texas was creating jobs while the Golden State was struggling.

We found that from January 2008 to December 2010, Texas added more than 165,000 jobs while during the same period, California lost 1.2 million jobs. My colleagues and I saw those numbers as an indication that, under the leadership of Rick Perry, Texas was doing something very right.

If we can get Governor Rick Perry in Washington instead of Texas he will no longer recruit businesses from California, but he will recruit jobs back to America from China and India. Rick Perry will put America – not just Texas, back to work.

Assemblymen Katcho Achadjian, Diane Harkey, Kevin Jeffries, Brian Jones, and Mike Morrell have all joined Logue’s effort. You can join them at

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