(San Diego, CA) – San Diego County Supervisor Dianne Jacob today announced her endorsement of June Cutter for State Assembly.
Supervisor Jacob was first elected to the San Diego County Board of Supervisors in 1992. Now serving a seventh consecutive term, she has held elective office longer than anyone in San Diego County government history. Supervisor Jacob has earned a reputation over her decades of service as a tireless fighter for taxpayers and as an advocate for government accountability.
“I endorse June Cutter for State Assembly because I know that she will bring the fight for responsible government to light in Sacramento,” said Supervisor Jacob. “June has what it takes to stand up for what is right and make a meaningful impact for the people of San Diego County.”
Supervisor Jacob’s endorsement adds to the growing list of prominent leaders who have voiced their support for June for State Assembly. June has already been endorsed by the San Diego County Republican Party, Assembly Republican Leader Marie Waldron, State Senator Brian Jones, San Diego County Supervisor Jim Desmond, San Diego Councilmember Chris Cate, and former San Diego Councilman Carl DeMaio.
“I am proud to accept an endorsement from such a distinguished and accomplished leader,” said June Cutter. “If elected, I will continue Supervisor Jacob’s work of advocating for taxpayers and working to foster a more responsible, fiscally sound California state government.”
June 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