Statement from Jordan Cunningham
It’s no secret that Sacramento can do better. I am a policy-oriented small businessman, a school trustee, and a former prosecutor. I am running to bring common sense back to our state government and make it work better for families on the Central Coast.
Each year, businesses leave California for more business-friendly states, taking good jobs with them. It’s time to turn the tide. The California Small Business Association supports my vision for a growing economy. They know that I will use my experience as past President of the Central Coast Taxpayers Association to fight the tax increases and regulatory burdens that are costing us jobs.
Failed policies from Sacramento have endangered our neighborhoods. As a former prosecutor, I know what we need to make our community safer. District Attorney Dan Dow and Sheriff Ian Parkinson have endorsed me because of my dedication to public safety.
California’s future workforce is a direct product of our education system. We must do everything we can to support our schools, and to make our public colleges affordable for working families. I have worked with students, parents, and teachers as a school trustee. This election cycle I am one of the only candidates in the state endorsed by both the California Teachers Association and the California Charter School Association because of my pragmatic vision for improving our schools.
Contact: 805-391-7474 – email: firstname.lastname@example.org – website: www.jordancunningham.org
Dawn Ortiz-Legg is a 24-year resident of the Central Coast, fourth generation small-business owner and second generation Mexican-American. She currently works as a Central Coast solar energy contractor and small business owner.
Ortiz-Legg’s core principals are:
- I will be a strong voice for Central Coast – Protecting our quality of life and ensuring that working families and future generations can thrive here
- Putting a hold on taxes – We can’t tax our way to prosperity
- Supporting and building local infrastructure, including housing
- Promoting education for all it brings to our region
- The path to opportunity
- Improved productivity through the responsible use of science and technology
- Public-private research collaboration around integrated solutions
- Be an elected official who is accessible, accountable and transparent to all – Has the right priorities to represent the Central Coast in Sacramento
“Our world is undergoing a tremendous transformation and without any easy answers for the issues we face, collaboration is critical,” Ortiz-Legg said. “My experience working as a small business owner has taught me how to work with diverse interests and create common sense solutions on complex issues.”
Ortiz-Legg has a three-point plan that creates programs to help retrain the workforce, improve infrastructure and create housing.
contact: dawnortizlegg.com – website: www.dawnortizlegg.com/