OFFICIAL STATEMENT REGARDING RUN-OFF ELECTION
Thank you to the 8% of San Marcos voters who chose to get involved, and made it to the polls on Tuesday November 3rd. Since we did not have a clear majority in the race for place 5, we are asking those who came out to again cast their ballot for a CHOICE on city council, and we welcome those who were not able to cast their vote to add their voices to this historic race to shape our local city council.
I have always fought against outside special interests and my track over the past two decades on this is well documented. The issues have not changed, and I will continue to be the candidate who knows that the role of city council is looking out for the best interests of the citizens, not for the special interests.
Our supporters are dedicated to getting voters to the polls. I received nearly 5000 votes just a year ago; I am confident in my chances in winning this runoff election as I pledge to continue to fight for people of San Marcos.