April 22, 2019

REPUBLICAN PARTY OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ENDORSES JUNE CUTTER FOR ASSEMBLY

(San Diego, CA) – The Republican Party of San Diego County (RPSDC) endorsed June Cutter for State Assembly (AD77) by a unanimous vote amongst its elected Central Committee members on April 8, 2019.

“June Cutter is an impressive and hardworking candidate,” said Tony Krvaric, Chairman of the RPSDC.  “June’s real-world experience as an attorney and business owner, coupled with her tenacity and unwavering principles, is what makes her a powerhouse. I am confident that she will be an advocate for fiscal responsibility and economic prosperity in Sacramento.”

June is running in the 77th Assembly 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.

“This race is a priority for the Republican Party of San Diego County because we are determined to restore principled and sensible leadership in this District,” said Krvaric. “Brian Maienschein’s decision to defect to the Democratic Party in January, after being elected as a Republican just two months prior, revealed him to be no more than another self-serving politician.”

The RPSDC’s endorsement adds to a growing list of prominent Republican elected officials and community leaders who have endorsed June Cutter for State Assembly.  June has already been endorsed by Assembly Republican Leader Marie Waldron, State Senator Brian Jones, San Marcos Mayor Rebecca Jones, San Diego Councilmember Chris Cate, and the California Women’s Leadership Association.

“I am proud to be the Republican Party of San Diego County endorsed candidate for AD77, and to have the support of so many elected officials and community leaders,” said June Cutter. “When elected, my priority will be to support the common-sense principles that the incumbent has abandoned. I will fight to lower taxes, reduce wasteful spending, and ensure economic growth in the State of California.”

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