(San Diego, CA) - June Yang Cutter announced today that she is launching her campaign for the California State Assembly seat in District 77. June is an attorney, small business owner, and native Southern Californian. She has represented individuals and businesses in California for nearly two decades as an attorney and owns her own boutique organizing business.
June is active in the local community, currently serving as the PTA President for her local elementary school. June also serves as a neighborhood representative on her HOA, as well as an executive board member for the California Women’s Leadership Association.
“I am running for State Assembly to ensure that California’s economy can sustain a future for our children, and future generations,” said June. “I believe that wasteful spending backed by out-of-touch politicians in Sacramento threatens the fiscal security that generations of Californians have worked to achieve. It is time to roll up our sleeves and find viable, long-term solutions to California’s economic problems.”
The 77th district seat is 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. The District’s voter registration is nearly evenly split between Republicans, Democrats and Independents.
June has already been endorsed by Assembly Republican Leader Marie Waldron, State Senator Brian Jones, San Marcos Mayor Rebecca Jones, and San Diego Councilmember Chris Cate.
June’s campaign team includes political consultants Duane Dichiara and Stephen Puetz of Axiom Strategies, Ashley Hayek of Golden State Consultants as finance director, and April Boling as the campaign’s treasurer.
June graduated cum laude from U.C. Irvine in 1999 and went on to receive both her Juris Doctorate and Master’s in Business Taxation from the University of Southern California in 2002, completing both graduate degrees at the age of 23. June and her husband made San Diego their forever home nearly 10 years ago when her husband was stationed in San Diego as a Naval Flight Officer. To learn more about June and her campaign for Assembly, visit: www.JuneCutter.com