For Immediate Release

June 5, 2014


John S. Thomas - Chief Strategist

Tel: (818) 396-6578



Ryan Hall - Press Secretary

Tel: (909) 300-5114


Congressman Kevin McCarthy, Republican Majority Whip

Endorses Chabot for Congress


Rancho Cucamonga - June 5 - Military officer, reserve deputy sheriff and small business owner, Paul Chabot, announces the endorsement of Congressman Kevin McCarthy, Republican Majority Whip.

Congressman McCarthy stated, "I'm proud to endorse Paul Chabot for Congress. He understands what it takes to help create good jobs and has dedicated his life to protecting families both at home and aboard. His commitment to crime prevention has made a real impact on children's lives. Paul Chabot will make an excellent Congressman and he has my full support."

Paul Chabot responded, "I am honored to have Congressman McCarthy's support and I look forward to working with him in Congress next year.  This seat is important to our region, and America. I pledge to work with all to ensure a brighter future for Inland Empire residents, you have my word."
Chabot won a clear and decisive victory in Tuesday's election, placing first as the top vote getter. He faced six other candidates and garnered over 26% of the vote after being out spent by his next closest opponent 11 to 1 and placed nearly 10-points above the second place finisher.

Chabot's Chief Strategist John Thomas stated, "Paul's track record on the issues that resonate with all voters is unmatched. This is yet another clear signal of momentum as supporters continue to rally with Paul."

Paul Chabot, 40, is a military officer, small business owner and law enforcement veteran. He has the real life experience to truly understand the challenges Californians face. He is a proven leader with a track record of getting things done.


Paul Chabot served in the Clinton White House as a Presidential Fellow and later in the Bush White House as a Senior Advisor. He also served in the Pentagon, U.S. State Department, U.S. Congress, U.S. Department of Justice and in the California Governor's Office as a three-term parole board commissioner, unanimously confirmed by the Senate. He has 13-years of military experience and deployed with Special Operation Forces to Iraq in 2008. Paul has a B.A. from Cal-State San Bernardino, a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Southern California and a Doctorate in Executive Leadership from the George Washington University.  He resides in Rancho Cucamonga with his wife and four children.