Election News: San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders endorses Carmel Valley resident Steve Danon for County Supervisor
San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders recently announced his endorsement of Steve Danon for County Supervisor in the Third District.
“I’ve known Steve for years, and have had the pleasure of working alongside him on a number of important regional issues,” said Sanders. ”I’m confident that Steve will continue to work with cities throughout San Diego County to strengthen our economy and reform local government. Steve’s experience in both the public and the private sectors has given him the tools necessary to be an effective County Supervisor. Steve has my enthusiastic support,” stated Sanders.
“Mayor Sanders has been a very strong and decisive leader for our region during a time of serious financial problems, and I’m humbled and honored to have his support. Over the past six years, the Mayor has made the City of San Diego a better-run city and a better place for its residents,” said Danon. “I particularly respect the work that the Mayor has done to help the City recover from years of financial mismanagement. The Mayor’s work should serve as a model for cities struggling with cumbersome financial burdens as a result of poor governance. I look forward to continuing to work with him on the challenges that our region faces,” concluded Danon.
Mayor Sanders’ endorsement adds to an impressive list of organizations, community leaders and elected officials who have endorsed Steve Danon including Former Governor Pete Wilson, The California Republican Party, The San Diego County Republican Party, The Lincoln Club of San Diego County, The New Majority, Father Joe Carroll, Former U.S. Secretary for Veterans Affairs Anthony Principi, Congressman Brian Bilbray, Congressman Darrell Issa, Congressman Duncan D. Hunter, former Congressman Ron Packard, California State Senator Joel Anderson, California State Senator Wadie Deddeh (ret.), California State Assemblyman Nathan Fletcher, California State Assemblyman Brian Jones, San Diego County Supervisor Ron Roberts, Escondido Mayor Sam Abed, Encinitas Mayor and Chairman of SANDAG Jerome Stocks, San Marcos Mayor Jim Desmond, San Diego City Council President Pro Tem Kevin Faulconer, San Diego City Councilmember Lorie Zapf, Lemon Grove Mayor and former SANDAG Chairwoman Mary Sessom, Encinitas City Councilmember James Bond, Escondido Councilmember Ed Gallo, Escondido Councilmember Mike Morasco, Escondido Councilmember Marie Waldron, Former Escondido City Councilmembers Jerry Kaufman and Dick Daniels, County School Board Members Susan Hartley and John Witt, Del Mar Union School District Board Trustee Doug Perkins, President of the Sweetwater Unified School District Board John McCann, Encinitas City Deputy Mayor Kristin Gaspar, Encinitas City Councilman and former Fire Chief Mark Muir, Oceanside Councilmembers Jerry Kern and Gary Felien, Chief Lifeguard B. Chris Brewster (ret.), California Republican Party immediate past Chairman Ron Nehring, North County Republican Club, The San Diego Association REALTORS®, The North San Diego County Association of REALTORS®, Associated Building Contractors (ABC), Associated General Contractors (AGC), Building Industry Association (BIA), The San Diego County Apartment Association, San Diego County Probation Officers Association, The Deputy Sheriffs’ Association, Deputy District Attorneys’ Association and San Diegans Against Crime, The San Diego Police Officers Association, Escondido Police Officers’ Association, Chula Vista Police Officers Association, Peace Officers Research Association, and the California Restaurant Association, San Diego Chapter.
For more information regarding Steve Danon for County Supervisor, please visit www.SteveDanon.com.
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