Thank you voters in the Third Supervisorial District

Just five short months ago, a small group of volunteers launched a grassroots campaign from the dining room table at the home of one of my supporters to elected our next San Diego County Third District Supervisor.  We knew this election was critical to our future because San Diego County is facing many significant challenges and this election will be the first time in 20 years that an incumbent will not appear on the ballot.

On Primary Election Day, the Third District voters spoke loud and clear supporting me as one of two finalists to be their next supervisor.  My family and I want to thank everyone who supported our grassroots efforts in the primary which resulted in such a strong victory.

We look forward to working with you in a positive and bipartisan fashion to win this seat on Nov. 6.

With my proven track record of being fiscally responsible, environmentally sound and business friendly, I pledge to protect your quality of life, protect the county’s AAA bond rating and reform county pensions.  A vote for Dave Roberts in 2012 is a vote for your quality of life and for fulfilling our county’s potential!

Dave Roberts
Candidate, San Diego County Board of Supervisors, Third District

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