Former California gubernatorial candidate and State Assemblyman, Tim Donnelly—who took some uncalled and nasty blows from a prominent California congressman, the California GOP and the media—has moved on to the next phase of his career.
Donnelly will continue to fight for Conservatives via a microphone with a radio show debuting on April 15 on Victorville radio station KIXW, AM 960 as well as online through his website, TimDonnellyShow.com.
I’d never even planned for, or imagined losing the primary. It took a couple of months to recoup…I looked at running for a state Senate Seat, then realized I’d put my family on the back burner for four years…if you do your job right (in the Assembly), you’re gone all the time. I want to give people who feel like they don’t have any place to go, a place for three hours (a day).
According to the Sun Politics:
This isn’t Donnelly’s first time on the airwaves. He briefly had a 30-minute Saturday morning show on KIXW in 2012. But this time, he’s in it for keeps: He’s converting an office in Hesperia to a radio studio and his goal is to get the show syndicated to conservative talk radio throughout California. Donnelly hopes his almost 40,000 followers on his two Facebook pages, and the thousands who voted for him in the 2014 primary election, are still interested in what he has to say.
Donnelly continues, “I’ll be able to continue to impact public policy in a way that might have even more impact than being in office. This show is not going to be one that defends every idiotic thing Republicans do. I won’t just be taking on the Democrats. It’s a chance to carry on the fight I waged in the Assembly.”