June 3, 2019

NEW MAJORITY SAN DIEGO ANNOUNCES ENDORSEMENT OF JUNE CUTTER FOR STATE ASSEMBLY

(San Diego, CA) – New Majority San Diego today announced its endorsement of June Cutter, a Republican candidate running in the 77th Assembly District of California.

“The New Majority prides itself on endorsing candidates that support our philosophy of fiscal responsibility, inclusivity, and business-friendly policies,” said John Franklin, the Executive Director of the San Diego chapter of New Majority. “We have every confidence that June Cutter will embody these principles in Sacramento, and we are pleased to support her in her race for Assembly.”

Founded in 1999, the New Majority, with chapters in San Diego, Orange County, and Los Angeles, is a member driven political action committee with a membership that includes some of California’s most respected business and community leaders who are focused on supporting and electing fiscally responsible state and federal candidates and initiatives.

“I am proud to be endorsed by the New Majority, a group of leaders that are vital to the economic success of our region and the greater state of California,” said June Cutter. “This endorsement solidifies our campaign as the common sense, fiscally responsible choice for the 77th District.”

The New Majority’s endorsement adds to the growing list of supporters of June Cutter for Assembly. June has already been endorsed by the San Diego County Republican Party, the California Women’s Leadership Association, Assembly Republican Leader Marie Waldron, Senate Republican Leader Shannon Grove, State Senator Brian Jones, San Diego County Supervisor Jim Desmond, San Diego City Councilman Chris Cate, former San Diego City Councilman Carl DeMaio, and many other elected officials and community leaders.

June Cutter is a wife and mom, attorney, small business owner and PTA President at Del Sur Elementary School. She is running in the 77th district, a seat currently occupied by newly minted Democrat Brian Maienschein. Maienschein won reelection in November 2018 as a Republican, and publicly re-registered as a Democrat in January.

To learn more about June and her campaign for Assembly, visit: www.JuneCutter.com