Patrick is the oldest of five siblings from a multi-cultural family made up of Mexican and Irish decent. His mother, Brigida Acosta and father, Patrick Lindel Gipson raised their five children together, while facing poverty and even homeless for a time. Patrick Lee Gipson, came from very humble beginnings, where he aspired to have a better life and a career. He started serving his community at a very young age, by becoming a lifeguard for both the City and the County of Los Angeles. Patrick later decided to further his career in public service and joined the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department as a Sheriff’s deputy and has been serving and protecting his communities throughout the County of Los Angeles for the past 24 years.
I’m standing up for the impoverished homeless families whose pain has been made worse by careless policies that are wreaking havoc in our neighborhoods. I’m running to take on career politicians who continue to limit our liberties and our God given freedoms. I’m running because thousands of Californians’ lives have been impacted by government overreach. I’m here to defend and speak up for small businesses that are fighting to survive in a political environment that continues to limit their capacity to grow. Where bureaucratic red tape limits job opportunities and business expansion, and where inflation is on the rise, driving businesses away from California.
By authoring sensible legislation that boosts economic opportunities and quickly improves public safety measures. It is my mission to develop our communities and improve our current conditions. Because of a failed experiment in our criminal justice system that has emboldened criminals while abandoning crime victims, our communities are under constant attack. Healing and confidence must be restored in our public safety institutions which many have lost faith in.
As a Law Enforcement Officer, I’ve watched the rate of crime increase with very little consequences for emboldened criminals, terrorizing families and communities living in fear. I will work to repeal Prop 47 and 57 which have been catastrophic to California while simultaneously focusing on rehabilitation programs that work. The breakdown of the family structure and deterioration of the family unit contributes to juvenile crime rates. Criminal offenders must be held accountable, not celebrated by activist District Attorneys that support deviancy instead of justice.
The costs of housing, groceries, and everyday supplies are making living in California unaffordable. I will work to bring down the cost of living and lower your taxes.
Sunday, February 2024
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